With business operating more and more in an international arena, this text covers an increasingly important area of study for finance and other business majors. Aimed at the undergraduate with a basic finance background, it provides a thorough treatment of the issues and practical functions involved in international financial management. Beginning with an overview of foreign exchange rates, it addresses issues affecting the specific firm, like exchange rate fluctuations and the impact of internationalizations on the way the modern firm raises capital. The book's practical focus extends to short-term management issues, such as the transfer of funds, currency restrictions and management of foreign accounts receivable. Taxation is covered extensively, with particular emphasis on foreign income taxed in the US. The final section of the text discusses long-term foreign investment opportunities and how to evaluate them.
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