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It is an immediate challenge, as noted above, for companies to organize their input so that their CSR efforts are coordinated with other donor programs. USAID has served as an important organizing vehicle for American companies through its Global Development Alliance program, but this effort tends to leave non-American companies out of discussions. The role of companies in the CSR and development process will continue to increase. Today, 85 percent of resource flows to the developing world are private and the balance is ODA.
Given the increasing resources that companies are investing in Africa, the World Bank and donor agencies need to reach out on a more systematic basis to bring the companies into the development process to ensure that all parties coordinate the design and implementation of their development efforts. Witney W. Sullivan Foundation. Its research is nonpartisan and nonproprietary. CSIS does not take specific policy positions. Accordingly, all views, positions, and conclusions expressed in this publication should be understood to be solely those of the author s.
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The international journalists' network ICIJ has evaluated secret documents and has come to the conclusion that West African countries lose millions in unpaid taxes because the money is diverted elsewhere. The new leaks of financial records illustrate how powerful individuals and companies across Africa use offshore havens to not only avoid paying taxes, but also to hide bribery and illegal dealings.
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Wrong language? Change it here DW. COM has chosen English as your language setting. COM in 30 languages. In , the Chandarias diversified into Europe. Operations in Africa were expanding through their own earnings ensuring a surplus left over. From , fifteen manufacturing plants were established, eight ion Britain, two in France, others in Belgium, Holland, Italy, Spain and Switzerland.
Usually, existing firms were taken over, and the range of goods manufactured was in the area the Chandarias were familiar-metals, building products and later plastics. About engineers work in African plants and a further 10 to 12 new projects were planned for Africa between and 8. Using the Internalization Theory, we can argue and say that the family integrated backwards from hawking to retailing to semi-wholesaling and finally wholesaling, with profits accumulated locally.
The shift in into manufacturing shows a pattern of reinvestment of profits. Though technology was imported, together with foreign technicians for the initial period, family members were trained so that they could successfully apply this technology. Expanding abroad, the Chandarias relied on technical knowledge they had developed largely in Kenya during the s giving them material advantage which made them less vulnerable to contingencies that had marked the Indian venture 9.
The Emergence of Multinational Corporations in Kenya. A Discussion of the Internalization Theory
The Chandarias are similar to other multinationals in their financing and organizational structure as they expanded. Their concern in Kenya and elsewhere was travelling light so that they can leave with minimum losses when an expatriation order arrives. They also expanded through acquisition of ailing firms, offering creditors a return from the restructured company and contributing their managerial and technical abilities in return for equity.
They have also funded fixed assets out of loans and current liabilities. The general minimization of risk capital by joint ventures, takeover of devalued firms, and operation with funds borrowed from local market, form suppliers or accounts abroad —are all features of the financial behavior of multinational manufacturing companies in under-developed countries of which Kenya is our case study. The Chandarias have continued to diversify in Kenya whenever the economic climate was suitable.
In spite of their local knowledge of Kenya, and its conditions, their capital, like that of the multinationals, has tended to flow out. The Chandarias have not had to yield their high local profits to foreign technology suppliers, but have instead used them for their own chosen path of diversification, restricting themselves primarily to metals and construction materials It is important for us to first of all trace its historical origins up to its operations to date.
It was a British bank based in London and operating in India with the aim of financing external trade. The National Bank of India was established to serve the interests of the colonial government and finance its firms and agricultural industry for the export of primary goods and the import of her finished products In , the bank extended operations to Nairobi which had become the headquarters of the expanding railway line in Uganda. This was the first step towards increasing internal capacity that would later be used for cross-border expansion.
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As the local economy developed, the bank started to widen its functions from not only financing the external trade but also the more general functions of deposits banking. The bank started to collect deposits locally in excess of what could be used in Kenya. Form this; capital was exported from Kenya to Britain. This went on until Kenya gained her independence in From its internal resources, KCB began product diversification.
This acquisition specialized in mortgage finance This coincided with the favorable climate for investment being fostered by the Kenya government in the s and early s. The bank continued to expand its operations locally until the s when expansion across borders began. In , Kenya Commercial Bank Tanzania Limited was incorporated in Dar-es-Salaam, Tanzania to provide banking services and promote cross-border trading.
Since then, the subsidiary has 11 branches Notice the fact that the bank did not change its name.
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This marks the development of KCB as a brand name. Its expansion in Tanzania is as a result of internalization and pooling of resources for subsequent expansion. This subsidiary has 11 branches. This ushered in an era of relative peace conducive for business in a virgin market. The subsidiary has 13 branches today. There are now 9 branches spread out in Rwanda The bank did another rights issue offer in to raise Kshs.
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