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Must have the below textbook to complete this assignment: Please do not bid if you do not have the book. Chpt 19-21

 

 Daniels, J. D., Radebaugh, L. H., & Sullivan, D. P. (2015). International business: Environments and operations (15th ed.). Upper Saddle River, NJ: Pearson Educa

 

 

Part 1

 

Based upon recording balance of payment (BOP) transactions, determine whether or not the following is a debit, credit, or no entry to the U.S. Balance of Payment statement. Also determine what chart of account is affected (i.e., CA, KA, or OSB):

 

 

1. U.S. resident purchases Mercedes Benz C230,

2. U.S. resident purchases Chevelot Impala,

3. foreigner purchases GE dryer,

4. U.S. resident purchases UK stock, and

5. U.S. resident borrows funds from British broker to purchase stock.

 

 

 

Part Two

 

Read the case study, pp. 759-762, “H&M: The Challenges of Global Expansion and the Move to Adopt International Financial Reporting Standards.” Answer the two questions (19-3 and 19-4) at the end of the case study and the two below questions. All four questions must combine for 3 pages. APA style

 

1. What type of exposure could the CFO of H&M in the U.S. be subjected to since H&M is based in Sweden and the financial statements are prepared according to IFRS?

2. Payments or liabilities may also be subjected to exposure. Explain the operational hedging strategies that may offset exposure.

 

 

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    • Due: 26/10/2015
    • Budget: $15
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