Globalization in the Us

Goran Krkic
EG 462

Written Assignment

Globalization in the United States

Nestle S.A. is a multinational packaged foods company founded and headquartered in Vevey, Switzerland, and listed on the SWX Swiss Exchange with a market capitalization of over 87 billion Swiss francs. It originated in a 1905 merger of the Anglo-Swiss Milk Company for milk products established in 1866 by the Page Brothers in Cham, Switzerland, and the Farine Lactée Henri Nestlé Company set up in 1866 by Henri Nestlé to provide an infant food product. The two world wars both affected growth: during the first, dried milk was widely used but the second war caused profits to drop by around 70%. However, sales of the instant coffee Nescafé were boosted by the US military. After the wars, growth was stimulated by acquisitions that expanded the company's product range and brought a number of globally recognized brands into its fold, including Maggi and Thomy. Nestlé is the world's largest foods company. Overall, revenue for the Nestle company was $101.00 billion worldwide in 2008. The company employs 276,000 people worldwide. Having the Nestle Corporation in the United States offers jobs to the American people, with out Nestle where would the people be working. Nestle Corporation has Offices and Manufacturing Plants all over the world In Africa (Ghana, S. Africa), in North American (USA, Canada), in Asia (Hong Kong, Thailand) , and in Europe (Germany, Serbia and Montenegro)  

Honda Motor Company, Ltd.   is a Japanese multinational corporation primarily known as a manufacturer of automobiles and motorcycles. Honda is the world's largest manufacturer of motorcycles as well as the world's largest manufacturer of internal combustion engines measured by volume, producing more than 14 million internal combustion engines each year. Honda surpassed Nissan in 2001 to become the second-largest Japanese automobile manufacturer. As of August 2008, Honda surpassed Chrysler as the fourth...