Foreign market

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Foreign market

Part of a nation's internal market, representing the mechanisms for issuing and trading securities of entities domiciled outside that nation. Compare external market and domestic market.

Foreign Market

The market in one country for the trading of securities registered and based in another country. Trading in a foreign market may involve trading on a foreign exchange electronically, or it may involve trading those foreign securities on a domestic exchange. Foreign markets often, but do not always, expose the investor to foreign exchange risk.
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Because of this balance arises our need for a foreign market.
Switching to a higher stage, the effort to determine the increased level of profitability and long term control on foreign markets, it will be possible under conditions which will realize the importance of marketing and international marketing of default of the company.
They may not be standard to foreign markets however, particularly those in developing countries.
Many suppliers are partnering with senior mining companies to gain access to foreign markets.
And to add a little more pep to the portfolio in 2006, Kasliwal suggests investing at least 20 percent to 30 percent of a portfolio in foreign markets.
Nearly half of the soybeans produced in the United States were exported to foreign markets during the 2002/2003 marketing year While the export market is one of the top priorities for the soybean industry, it is not expected to increase significantly during the next 10 years due to growing production in South America.
The Virtual Trade Commissioner gives Canadian companies access to industry market reports, business news, trade leads, events, and visit information on specific foreign markets.
Not only do most distribution companies make money once a film reaches the silver screen, they also obtain significant earnings from merchandising, as well as ancillary rights to distribute the movie on video, DVD, cable TV, broadcast TV, and in foreign markets.
Expanding into foreign markets has typically been associated with large businesses that have the capital and resources necessary to accomplish such growth.
Therefore, when CEOs of Asian firms begin to rank potential foreign markets, they must look far beyond their geographic neighbors.
The privately held Andre Maggi group has spliced together a network of trucks and river barges to move hundreds of thousands of tons of soybeans from its headquarters in the Mato Grosso interior town of Chapada dos Parecis to the Amazon and out to sea to Japan, Italy and other foreign markets.
In today's business environment, any company that overlooks foreign markets is risking obsolescence.

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