The manufacturing company performance

The effect of internationalization and funding decision


  • Azib Azib
  • Dedy Ansari Harahap Universitas Islam Bandung
  • Dita Amanah



Internationalization, Funding Decisions, Company Performance, Manufacturing Companies


This study aims to determine the effect of internationalization and funding decisions on the performance of manufacturing companies in the last 5 (five) years from 2014-2018 registered in Kompas 100. This study uses a descriptive quantitative approach with secondary analysis. The analytical tool used is multiple linear regression analysis with the help of the SPSS 26 program. Based on the results of data analysis, internationalization (foreign sales to total sales) and funding decisions (DER) partially affect the company's performance (Tobin's Q). Simultaneously internationalization and funding decisions affect company performance. This means companies that are able to increase their exports selectively and strategically will have an impact on the company's performance through increasing effective funding to finance export performance so that it will increase revenue and create better profits, overall affecting the performance of a company through better company value, seen by the increasing value of the company's shares. Finally, this article contributes to the knowledge and understanding of companies especially in Indonesia relating to the performance of a company and its impact on the manufacturing industry, challenges, and future prospects. Therefore it is recommended that in order to improve the performance of companies, especially manufacturing industries, companies when appointing managers, management of manufacturing companies must consider factors such as individual knowledge of the manufacturing industry, export-import, and corporate financial management




How to Cite

Azib, A., Harahap, D. A., & Amanah, D. (2020). The manufacturing company performance: The effect of internationalization and funding decision. International Journal of Research in Business and Social Science (2147- 4478), 9(4), 220–227.