Companies often face constraints imposed by the foreign or 'host' country government. Some of these market entry conditions relate to a variety of working practices including: degree of control (ownership) allowed; the hiring of local nationals; local content rules; the percentage of output exported; and the amount of profits that can be taken from the country. India, China, Mexico, Brazil and many African countries maintain formal, and often strict, entry conditions, while more advanced countries, such as Japan and the United States, impose strict 'quality' criteria.
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