By participating in foreign direct investment, a firm might receive benefits in form of tax concessions. Firms that invest towards foreign direct investment may gain large sums of tax revenue from the profits of their firm. Companies that take part in foreign direct investment get opportunities for exploring new global markets, thereby generating higher incomes and profits. Foreign direct investment may improve a firm's organizational technologies and management skills, and as such can provide a strong stimulus to economic development. When firms take interest in foreign direct investment they must realize that there are certain requirements that should be met, primarily the need for competitiveness of the firm. A desire to maintain share of a market should be incentive enough to support foreign direct investment. Foreign direct investment may open a wide spectrum of opportunities in the trading of goods and services in the host country both in terms of import and export production.