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    Corporate Veil - Parent Companies Beware! Much interest has recently been shown in the potential consequences of the judgment given in Stocznia Gdanska SA -v- Latvian Shipping Co and others, which was substantially upheld by the Court of Appeal on 21 June 2002. Although the case related to Shipbuilding Contracts, the result has reinforced the traditional view that the Courts will not countenance any further erosion of the fundamental principle of English Company Law that a company is to be regarded

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    Solomon Case Study

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    Hansmann state that corporate law allows a company to serve as a single contracting entity different from its owners and managers i.e. the company can own property, enter into contracts, sue and be sued in its own name. Davies and Worthington (2012) sum up by saying that the company is a distinct legal entity

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    Case Study Of Zara

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    textbook, “International Retailing” by Brenda Sternquist, the company focus on the company Zara, shows the company overview from the beginning when the brand started in Spain. The study describes the company’s international expansion, business systems, production, and distribution within the U.S. markets. Zara is part of a parent company called, Inditex Group which is centralized in Spain. At first, Zara started as a lingerie company and quickly expanded into three sectors of fashion as a women’s

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    Introduction The prevalence of corruption is a potential host country is one of the important concerns in the firms investigation procedure, since the high prevalence of corruption leads to not only unfair business competition environment but also society’s instability. Corruption is an element of the norms and rules of states and, thus, affects both the external and internal legitimacy of MNE subsidiaries (Rodriguez, Uhlenbruck & et cal, 2005). Many world organizations such as World Bank survey

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    Assessing Carrefour’s Foreign Market Entry

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    Introduction Carrefour is an international hypermarket chain in the retail industry, established in France, the chain is now identified as the largest retailer in Europe, and the second largest retailer worldwide. In 1957, Carrefour opened the first store in South East France; and through its’ success the first French hypermarket opened in 1963, which sold both food and non food items. In 1969, the Group opened the first international hypermarket in Belgium, while also continuously introducing

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    Jollibee Foods Corporation was founded by the Chinese-Filipino Tan Family in 1975. The company started as an ice cream seller, and then diversified into sandwiches in 1977. They were using the “Five Fs” strategy which includes friendliness, flavourful food, fun atmosphere, flexibility in customer needs, and focus on family. They decided to expand their businesses overseas in 1986 due to the chain’s success of Mc Donald’s. However, they faced some issues dealing with overseas businesses. The problem

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    Trust Preferred Securities Trust Preferred Securities are cumulative preferred stock issued by a business trust that is wholly owned by a bank holding company (BHC) to increase the company’s capital. When originally created in 1993, this security could be classified as debt or equity, as needed, by the issuing company. However, in 2003, the Financial Accounting Standards Board issued Statement No. 150 to standardize classification of Trust Preferred Securities (TPS). A Trust Subsidiary would

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    Caru Coetzee

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    subsidiary company can enforce their claims against the other members of a company group. 1. The liability of members of a company group to the creditors of an insolvent subsidiary company (OR whether the law provides adequate protection to creditors and shareholders of insolvent companies. ) A group of companies refers to the relationship between a parent or holding company and its subsidiaries. A group of companies has a distinct legal personality, but every one of the subsidiary companies also has

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    intensive attempt of global business is encouraging and making use of brilliant ideas, which are frequently found in remote subsidiaries. To achieve this target, parent companies should consider its foreign units as peninsulas instead of islands. This means that each far-off subsidiary is a not a discrete unit but is the complement of the parent company to acquire the strategic objectives. There are four key resolutions to boost the local subsidiaries’ liberalization. Firstly, the response to the budgets

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    incorporation means that separate legal personality of company operates as a shield which is the courts will not normally look beyond the façade of the company to the shareholders who incorporate it. The screen depart the company from its individual shareholders and directors is commonly referred to as ‘the veil of incorporation’. The House of Lords in the case of Salomon v A. Salomon & Co [1897] identify the legality of Salomon's 'one-man company', and try to lift this veil, whether to force liability

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