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...mance ambiguity, asset specificity and environment volatility are some arguments to decide whether it is wise for a firm to internalise rather than externalise their operations.
Berjaya Hotels and Resorts is a member company of the Berjaya Corporation Group of Companies. It is one of the biggest public listed conglomerate in Malaysia. The company owns several properties in Malaysia, Asia Pacific and UK. The company also has several hotels & resorts abroad, located in Seychelles, Sri Lanka, Vietnam and London. Berjaya Group Berhad acknowledges the concept of internalisation advantage as they conduct their business and operations overseas with close proximity to the company’s head management. The company has enough capital, human skills and technological capacity to fully operate the hotels and resorts on their own giving them total control of their business abroad.
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