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The odds are pretty good that any Toyota we see on the road is made in the US. I’ve heard about the myth been talked about that Toyotas made in Japan are better quality than those made in the US. But it was never confirmed. Is the difference caused by the differences in political, economic, and legal systems of the two countries?
Q.2 What are the similarities, and differences between your home (JAPAN, Toyota) and your host country (USA)? What other websites do you think are good to use for this discussion topic?
Q.3 write a reply (Lissa)
Good evening, all, How your MNC operates in the home and a host (pick one) country? Rio Tinto operates across six continents in around 35 countries. A significant amount of Rio Tinto’s assets are in Australia and North America, with operations also in Europe, Asia, Africa, and Central and South America. Rio Tinto’s principal projects in Asia/Mongolia. Oyu Tolgoi is jointly owned by the government of Mongolia, which has 34% ownership, and Turquoise Hill Resources (THR), which owns 66%. Rio Tinto owns 50.8% of THR and manages the operation on behalf of the owners. Oyu Tolgoi, in the South Gobi region of Mongolia, is one of the largest known copper (Links to an external site.) and gold deposits in the world. It is also one of the most modern, safe and sustainable operations in the world. Economic system comparison Australia (Home Country) Mongolia (Host Country) Economic freedom score is 77.7 Economic freedom score is 63.9 World Free Rank in 2022 index: 12 World Free Rank in 2022 index: 66 Rank in Asia-Pacific Region: 4 out of 39 countries Rank in Asia-Pacific Region: 12 out of 39 countries Overall score is above the regional and world averages. Overall score is above the regional and world averages. *HDI Index 0.944 tier (very high) HDI Index 0.737 tier (high) *Listed 8 in top 10 countries with the Highest HDI index in 2019. According to the heritage.org Australia/Mongolia’s 2022 index of Economic represents followings: Australia (Home Country) Mongolia (Host Country) Population: 25.7 million Population: 3.3 million GDP (PPP): $1.3 trillion GDP (PPP): $39.7 billion -2.4% growth -5.3% growth -1.5% 5-year compound annual growth -2.7% 5-year compound annual growth -$51,680 per capita -$11,825 per capita Unemployment: 6.6% Unemployment: 4.3% Inflation (CPI): 0.9% Inflation (CPI): 3.7% FDI Inflow: $20.1 billion FDI (Foreign Direct Investment) Inflow: $1.7 billion