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. This is sold abroad.
So she took her pigs,' said my aunt, 'to a foreign market; and a very bad market it turned out to be.
'It's actually the foreign market who patronizes the Cavendish variety.
'There are a number of factors that had made it difficult for Proton to penetrate the foreign market, which includes strict terms, conditions and policies that have been set by other developed countries,' he said, citing high taxes and the Euro emissions standards, which limit the carbon monoxide emissions of new passenger cars, as examples.
It will be an electronic platform that includes studies and information about the foreign market to connect exporters with importers, develop a number of logistic centers in the targeted markets and continue the activities of the Green Trade Initiative (GTI), he said.
Helena, which is the best-selling Company in the peanut segment in Brazil, the foreign market has been an excellent opportunity.
The dynamism of international markets and lack of foreign market knowledge aggravate the severity of the constraints (Qian, Li, Li, & Qian, 2008).
The third foreign market on investors' radar is Sub-Saharan Africa, with 22% of respondents saying they are actively investing in and increasing their allocation to the region and 15% saying they are considering adding investments there.
Managers searched foreign market where real cash flow in trade relations existed.
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.
Network relationships, particularly alliances with partners in the foreign market, constitute an effective strategy to overcome deficiencies, such as a lack of resources or foreign market knowledge, upon entering into international markets (Lu and Beamish, 2001).

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