This course deals with the major issues, institutions and instruments of international finance affecting technology transfer and the exchange of goods and services under contract. Course content addresses principal elements that include, but may not be limited to: instruments, institutions, legislative/regulatory frameworks and international finance variables.
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Upon successful completion, the candidate will be able to:
conduct a basic financial risk assessment of a proposed international commercial transaction.
identify some alternative financial instruments to secure price and payment terms.
identify and select organizations to approach for advice, assistance or support.
describe how variables such as interest and exchange rates may affect profitability.
improve margins by accounting for direct and hidden transaction costs.
invoke international financial 'standards' to secure competitive advantage.
outline how host country laws may impact financing, payment and profitability of contracts.
improve preparation of business proposals and negotiate better international agreements.
Effective as of Spring/Summer 2004
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