International Reach

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Companies with international reach have a big advantage over rivals especially when there clients conduct a lot of business in different countries. For instance, if a business traveler needs to access they money in another country, they can either bank with a company that has branches in that country, or they'll have to work with a third party, which will increase they fees and lower their productivity. Having international reach also works for businesses like McDonald's, which serves food in nearly every country in the world. Global access means that a consumer from one country can feel comfortable eating at any McDonald's around the world.

Non global companies can't match these advantages, therefore, international companies have strong advantages over rivals. … "International Reach" has a significant impact, so an analyst should put more weight into it. "International Reach" will have a long-term positive impact on the this entity, which adds to its value. This statements will have a short-term positive impact on this entity, which adds to its value. This qualitative factor will lead to a decrease in costs. This statement will lead to an increase in profits for this entity. "International Reach" is a difficult qualitative factor to defend, so competing institutions will have an easy time overcoming it.