If there is an adverse economic environment in the home country, multinational firms
may decide to invest abroad to preserve their competitiveness and export markets.
However, due to the existence of different tax rates between different jurisdictions in which a multinational firm
may operate, there is an incentive for these firms to agree upon transfer prices as low as possible and thereby displacing the extra revenue to the jurisdictions with a lower tax rate.
Firm presence in a host country was measured by the number of years that a multinational firm
has operated in China.
Changing patterns of multinational firm
activity have drawn attention to the role of tax havens and their effects on neighboring countries.
For example, when (1) intermediate goods are a small portion of multinational firm
operations; or (2) the elasticity of substitution between intermediate goods is high; or (3) public inputs do not substitute well for private fixed costs, a subsidy policy may be the best policy alternative for attracting multinational firms
and raising national income.
Dividend Policy Inside the Multinational Firm
," Financial Management (forthcoming).
Even though a multinational firm
can survive a challenge from the U.
At SM's reconstruction the bigger part of the multinational firm
had to be sold off in order to save the Swedish core.
KORONADAL CITY -- Two workers of a multinational firm
in Surallah, South Cotabato were killed when they were struck by lightning on Sunday.
Pescanova is expecting appointment of a new president subsequently Judge Roberto de la Cruz settles the creditors meeting of the Galician multinational firm
and creditor banks take control of the firm.
Sweden) presents six different perspectives/theories of the multinational firm
that have dominated the research in international business over the past 40 years.
A growing share of international trade occurs through intra-firm transactions: those between domestic and foreign subsidiaries of a multinational firm