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International Economic Affairs

3774220-Hanoi.jpgInternational Economic Affairs consists of the fundamentally close link between nations through trade in goods and services, through flows of money, through a heightened investment in each other’s economies. This has led to large inflows of capital; money that is being invested by foreign entities, which are willing to take a stake in the host economy. However, it is important to note that when for instance a U.S. based parent company - specialized in gourmet food - sells imported coffee beans from its Mexican subsidiary, several implications on the commercial and fiscal-judicial level need to be taken into account. The sovereignty of states can cause a clash on the business level due to international trade- and investment policies and procedures.

“Quality is never an accident. It is always a result of intelligent effort. There must be the will to produce superior things.”

John Ruskin (08/02/1819 – 20/01/1900), English writer, art critic and philanthropist

Van Clamsfield International Ltd. provides in-depth information and advice concerning:

  1. Fiscal-judicial and financial possibilities surrounding foreign direct investment from a commercial as well as a societal perspective;
  2. Fiscal-economic and financial incentives for international borrowing and lending within and between concerns;
  3. Sensitivity analysis of capital budgeting implications through the employment of discounted pay back methods such as net present value (NPV), internal rate of return (IRR).

Van Clamsfield International Ltd. is invested in stretching an organization’s corporate and societal goal to a global level. Hereby, extension of an organization’s control is the pivotal purpose.

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