Foreign market

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.
We also evaluate both the impact of following this pattern and the impact of the timing of market entry on the performance in the foreign market.
Slovenia enterprises engaged in manufacturing with the highest share of net revenues from sales on the foreign market The export orientation indicator compares net revenues from sales on the foreign market with net sales revenues.
5% of enterprises that were established at least 5 years ago have chosen this option); however it can be seen an dependency on intermediary Romanian agents of enterprises that have penetrated the foreign market before 1989, and an orientation through the abroad intermediaries of exporters which were established after 1999 (about 59% of enterprises with this characteristics have chosen this feature version of the internationalization);
Besides the costly investment needed to establish a presence in a foreign market, Santora has had to manage the increasing financial stakes that have been created by the competitive nature of winning international business.
Canadian Companies prepared to do business abroad can now easily access valuable foreign market information through a unique and innovative online service: the Virtual Trade Commissioner.
LT: Yes, we at J-Phone are highly aware of this and we decided to make servicing the foreign market one of our main points of distinction.
Major studios and distributors maintain that such fare has narrow appeal domestically and fails to attract the lucrative foreign market.
Or, they may incur temporarily higher marketing costs while penetrating a new foreign market.
and Europe, complicates the prospect of choosing which foreign market to tackle.
A distributor, unlike an agent, performs more of the overall product marketing functions in a foreign market by handling many promotional and advertising details.
The purpose of this article is to examine, in a theoretical context, the foreign market entry patterns of U.

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