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Title Corporate rights as determinants of the economic security management of the country
Authors Yunin, O.
Honcharova, Alina Viacheslavivna  
Kovbasa, V.
Doroshenko, L.
Holubosh, V.
Keywords economic security
corporate rights
foreign direct investment
mergers and acquisitions (M&As)
civil proceedings
Type Article
Date of Issue 2020
URI https://essuir.sumdu.edu.ua/handle/123456789/83140
Publisher General Jonas Žemaitis Military Academy of Lithuania
License Creative Commons Attribution 4.0 International License
Citation Yunin, O., Goncharova, A., Kovbasa, V., Doroshenko, L., Holubosh, V. 2020. Corporate rights as determinants of the economic security management of the country. Journal of Security and Sustainability Issues 10(1), 263-275. https://doi.org/10.9770/jssi.2020.10.1(19)
Abstract It has been proven that foreign direct investment is an effective means of influencing the economic security of each country. Sectoral priorities of foreign investment can be divided into three groups: services sector, food industry and oil and gas sector. Capital investment in the services sector was determined by factors in the development of information and telecommunication technologies, internationalization of services and the implementation of liberalization policies by countries receiving direct foreign investments. The interest in attracting foreign investments in the above sector was shown by developed and developing countries. The oil and gas sector of Africa and North America has been an attractive investment object for international companies in West Asia. The increase in the number of M&A agreement in the food industry has been observed in developed and developing countries and was conditioned by the interest of international companies in reducing production costs and expanding the source of revenue at the expense of growing market demand. The necessity to introduce a mechanism for management of corporate rights in the system of national security has been substantiated. The corporate rights and responsibilities of participants in corporate legal entities established in EU member states are the subject of harmonization of EU legislation in the area of company law only to the extent necessary to ensure an equivalent degree of protection of their interests within the Community, to create a favorable environment for the conclusion of cross-border agreements and the effective functioning of the domestic market.
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