This view severely restricts judges in dealing with new issues that our forefathers could not have possibly envisioned. The inability of "originalist" to deal with modern and future problems displays a need for Supreme Court judges to be able to interpret laws from the Constitution. Without this ability it would be doubtful if people today could claim a general right to privacy. The Griswald case involved a bizarre law that forbade the use of condoms in the hope that it would prevent adulterous affairs. This deduction is as absurd as banning all sales of chocolate in order to prevent obesity.
After China’s admission to WTO in 2001, it has become as one of the most important destinations for international business. It seems that China is a big market that is supported by the central government and has a strong potential economic and financial. This was the reason behind many multinational companies seeking a piece of the country's resources. Despite there being a great opportunity for business by multinational companies, there are so many risks that international businessmen have to deal with in order to remain competitive in the Chinese market( ). The aim of this paper is to analyze these risks and the strategies that have been applied to manage them.
Since the liberalisation of the FDI policy, India has experienced a massive increase in FDI inflow (see figure 1). The services sector and the computer software and hardware sector have received the largest shares of FDI inflows, followed by telecommunications, transportation, fuels and chemical sectors (figure 2). The main concept discussed in this essay is foreign direct investment. FDI is, according to the OECD, “a category of cross-border investment made by a resident entity in one economy (the direct investor) with the objective of establishing a lasting interest in an enterprise (the direct investment enterprise) that is resident in an economy other than that of the direct investor.” Firms invest in foreign economies in order to exploit their particular advantages and FDI is the preferred process, as opposed to licensing or agreements and exports. The advantages that firms often possess are patented technology, managerial skills, marketing skills and brand names.
The executive leadership team is tasked with analyzing financial strategies to accomplish this goal with the globalization of Shang-wa and Lester Electronics. "There is no more dramatic or controversial activity in corporate finance than the acquisition of one firm by another or the merger of two firms" (Ross, Westerfield, and Jaffe, 2005, p. 796). Acquisition benefits are referred to as synergies. "The acquisition of one firm by another is, of course, an investment made under uncertainty" (Ross, 2005 p. 795). Being global companies, legalities, tax issues and accounting structures must be accommodated.
Driver 1: The bank external pressure The external pressure is foreign banks that provide high-end technology and offer innovative products to Indian people (Infosys, 2009). PRAMEELA (2013) criticize that profitability and competition in the key things for the bank in India and technology helped them to beat their rivals. For this reason, ICICI bank was the first bank that adopts and introduced internet banking in India from Finacle e-banking system (Srivastava, 2007; Infosys,
The structure of MNC’s are greatly influenced by taxation, there are many strategies which MNC’s use to reduce tax which need intelligent structuring of a company is certain jurisdictions around the world in order to be successful. The main strategies I will be discussing are the: 1. Choice of where MNC’s set up their permanent establishment (PE)/headquarters, 2. Where their subsidiaries will be located, 3. Will they use tax havens?
Investment banking has now gained considerable position in Indian capital market on the basis of so many factors these includes awareness of the investment banking among investors; investment banking should reaches to investors and finally faithfulness of investor for investing in banking organization. Here study will find other vital factors
According to Iwai, when a group of shareholders come together and incorporate a business the resulting corporation becomes its own legal person (2002, p. 243). In essence this means that the corporation is conferred with many of the same rights of an i... ... middle of paper ... ...nomic Review 53 (3): 243-273. Katuoka, Saulius and Monika Dailidaite. 2012. "Responsibility of Transnational Corporations for Human Rights Violations: Deficiencies of International Legal Background and Solutions Offered by National and Regional Legal Tools."
However the industry’s growth depends to a large extent on how the corporate debt and derivative market in India expands. This would need liberalization of capital account and deregulation for increasing demands for debt instruments in not only domestic but also international markets. Also India is facing pressure from international circles in this regard, so far the regulatory authorities have followed a cautious line since it would cause disturbance and fluctuations in the domestic market. However the future is not completely bleak for this industry. The Credit rating industry in India has tremendous growth potential due to the following factors: -Strong capex cycle in Indian economy -Lower penetration due to corporate bond market -Regulatory push due to implementation of Basel II norms
Computer databases have been protected. The courts, under the doctrine of breach of confidentiality, accorded an extensive protection of trade secrets. Right to privacy, which is not protected even in some developed countries, has been recognized in India.  Protection of intellectual property rights in India continues to be strengthened further. The year 1999 witnessed the consideration and passage of major legislation with regard to protection of intellectual property rights in harmony with international practices and in compliance with India's obligations under TRIPS.