Major Entry Modes for FDIs in the Mexican Oil Industry and Their Key Motivations. A Comparative Investigation


Seminar Paper, 2017

25 Pages, Grade: 76,0


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Table of contents

List of figures and tables

Introduction to the object of investigation

1. Preview: The transformation of the Mexican oil industry
1.1 Formerly predominant conditions
1.2 The recent energy reforms and their consequences

2. Comparative analysis between the past and the current modes of entry
2.1 Juxtaposition of entry modes
2.1.1 Past attempts
2.1.2 Currently planned attempts
2.2 Probable key motives behind the selected entry modes and prospective advantages
2.2.1 Key motivations
2.2.2 Expected advantages

Conclusion

List of references

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Title
Major Entry Modes for FDIs in the Mexican Oil Industry and Their Key Motivations. A Comparative Investigation
College
Sheffield Hallam University
Grade
76,0
Author
Year
2017
Pages
25
Catalog Number
V1010171
ISBN (eBook)
9783346403261
ISBN (Book)
9783346403278
Language
English
Keywords
fdi, foreign direct investment, international business strategy, mexican oil sector, mexico, oil industry, privatisation, privatization, transformation, entry modes, key motivators, joint venture, wholly owned subsidiary, pemex, liberal markets, liberalisation, liberalization
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Axel Capalbo (Author), 2017, Major Entry Modes for FDIs in the Mexican Oil Industry and Their Key Motivations. A Comparative Investigation, Munich, GRIN Verlag, https://www.grin.com/document/1010171

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