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T.Y.B.COM BANKING AND INSURANCE.

PRESENTATION ON INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
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INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS
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to collectively describe all commercial transactions that take place between two or more regions, countries and nations beyond their political boundary. DEFINITION: International business is defined as “activities that buying and selling of goods and services across two or more national boundaries, even if the management is located in one country.”
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Growing importance of international business:GLOBALISATION q COMPETITION q EXCHANGE RATE q SOCIAL RESPONSIBILITY qECONOMIC DEVELOPMENT q NEW TECHNOLOGY
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TECHNOLOGY INNOVATION. q STRONG RESEARCH AND DEVELOPMENT. q INCREASE COMPETATION. q DEVELOP INDUSTRIAL GROWTH. qRISE IN THE EXPORTS.

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FOREIGN DIRECT INVESTMENT
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FDI is defined as a company from one country making a physical investment into building a factory in another country. The direct investment in buildings, machinery and equipment is in contrast with making a portfolio investment. INTERNATIONAL TRADE AND FDI: qAccess to factors of production qAccess to products qAccess to customers qAccess to market
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INTERNATIONAL MARKETING
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Marketing is the process of planning and executing the conception, pricing, promoting and distribution of ideas, goods or services. International marketing means promotion and distribution of a product at International Level i.e across the national boundaries.

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International Marketing can be defined as exchange of goods and services between different national markets involving buyers and sellers.

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PROCESS OF MARKET SELECTION
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DIFFERENTIATION BETWEEN MNC & TNC
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DEPENDENCY PRODUCTION PERFORMANCE DECISION MAKING SIZE OF THE
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Export finance & Risk Management
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MEANING: Was established in India in the year 1964. qThis institution is establishment for the purpose of avoiding higher risk situation by providing adequate cover of insurance to exporter. qIt does not provide direct finance to the exporter. 3/20/12
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Risk covered under ECGC
1.Commercial risks. Click to risks. 2.Politicaledit Master subtitle style RISK NOT COVERED UNDER ECGC q Mistake committed by exporter or agents. q Losses due to dispute. q Due to nature of the goods. q Default or insolvency of the exporter agent for collecting the payment. q Discremancies in documents.
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MEANING: Is a public financial institution established on 1st jan,1982. qEstablished by an act of parliament. qFor the purpose of financing, facilitating and promoting foreign trade.
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ROLE OF EXIM BANK
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LETTER OF CREDIT
MEANING: Master subtitle style Click to edit Is the safest method of receiving payments. qIt gives protection to exporter against the non payment from importer. qIssued by opening (importer bank) to negotiator (exporter bank). qContract of sale.
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BALANCE OF PAYMENT
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The balance of payments subtitle style Click to edit Master provides a country with a record of

international payment flows. The balance of payments is the difference between all payments coming into a nation and those going out of the nation. It is the balance of international monetary transactions for a nation.

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The Balance of Payments is the statistical record of a country’s international transactions over ascertain period of time presented in the form of double-entry bookkeeping.

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Balance of trade
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or a trade deficit. Under a balanced trade scheme between two countries, each country will agree to purchase as many goods as it sells to the other. A country looking to achieve balanced trade may use tariffs or barriers to trade to ensure that other countries purchase its goods. A condition in which an subtitle neither Click to edit Mastereconomy runsstyle a trade surplus

Factors of balance of tradeCost of production qNon-tarrif barriers qPrice of goods qAvailability
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PRESENTED BY01.PINKESH MOHINANI Click to edit Master subtitle style 02.MAYUR RANE 03.PRAJAKTA MARATHE 04.SANGEETA GAJARE 05.KIRAN MAKHIJA 06.PREETI DUSEJA 07.RAMESHWAR VHATKAR 08.POURNIMA ADHANGLE
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