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FINS3616 Report

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A report on Spain and Argentina and their distinct differences between Spain and Argentina’s corruption and political risk which can affect a company’s decision to make a Foreign Direct Investment.

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Economy International economics Structure Transparency Transparency International Foreign direct investment Political corruption
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Economy International economics Structure Transparency Transparency International Foreign direct investment Political corruption
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In 2013, Spain was the second highest country investing in Argentina, contributing to 18% of Argentina’s FDI inflows (Martinez, E and Jareno, F, 2014). Although, Spain’s FDI in Argentina is frequent, due to common language and culture, when deciding to make a FDI, a company must be aware of the varying financial systems, potential agency problems and political risks present in the foreign company. It is crucial to understand these several factors as they can have an adverse effect on the operations and profitability of the company. Thus, it can be determined whether Argentina is an appropriate country to make a FDI in, by comparing its corruption perception index with Spain’s as well as analysing both countries’ political risk. In 2014, Spain received a Corruption Perceptions Index (CPI) of 60, hence ranking at 37 compare...
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