Banks in America are much more advanced and have a variety of business, whereas banks in the Gulf countries are subject to the cultural and religious requirements of operations. Gulf financial markets do not allow to invest in interest bearing instruments and this can have a deep impact on the business organisation’s business structure and how they operate in the financial markets.
Legal system of Singapore is believed to be more stringent and can cancel the business license even on a small mistake, unlike America. The constitution of the host country may be more rigorous and this may impact the organisations in their strategy and conduct of business.
The opening of the markets with liberalisation efforts of allowing more incoming foreign direct investment in countries like India and China has impacted the investment cycles of US based organisations. The requirement for credit facilities in the host country may be more or less impacting the organisations trade volumes and its frequency.
Ethical decision making in host countries may require considering their business conduct impacts on a wider range of possible consequences, whereas US based organisations may only be looking at protecting their own business interests. In Asia, impacts on poor population are more and are highlighted through local media and this needs to be considered before making a strategy of entering the market.
Any changing trend in the market will have its own method of adaptation and the foreign firm will have to oblige to those standards which can impact the strategizing and goal formation for the target audience. In countries like India, adoption of technology is slower in rural regions compared to the urban population, thereby impacting the business’s expansion in rural regions.