Passive Policy: Hedge 50% o/Commercial (Operating) Exposures
수동적 정책 : 상업(운영) 노출의 50% 회피
The policy adopted was generally to hedge 50% of all significant foreign exchange commercial (operating) exposures on a regional level. GM policy differentiated between "commercial" exposures-cash flows associated with the ongoing business such as receivables and payables-and "fin
crisis in 1999. Brazil, Argentina, and Colombia are countries that underwent economic crisis most
supported by IMF bailout in 1998.
The range of fluctuation of the foreign exchange rate in Brazil real shows dramatic movement.
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Case study : Nokia
In 2007, recalled 46,000,000 cell phone battery that supply from Matsushita
In 2009, recalled 14,000,000 cell phone charger that
One of the key industries of Egypt
Form 13.4% of GDP
3.6% of national’s population work
The largest foreign-exchange earner
A dynamic force for growth
Form 11% of GDP
During 2006/2007 fiscal years- high growth(13.2%)
Ranked second in employment manpower
WHILE the country's scientists and engineers churn out astonishing discoveries and devices, its economic policies look out of date... Economic officials, meanwhile, are still cloning mercantilist foreign-exchange policies from the 1970s, ...
Jun 9th 2005
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