If interest rates goes up, inflation goes up that means it would cost more to bo

If interest rates goes up, inflation goes up that means it would cost more to borrow money when the companies do FDI. When they go abroad during FDI it should have cost them more because they have to borrow money and FDI is more risky when interest rates goes high so the question here is basically that will the company continue to go international through FDI or will they go international doing exports
Given if the interest rate are rising or any other changes in international finance markets takes places, and given toyota’s risk attitude, is that gonna change the way the company enters the foreign markets.
Please use relevant international business theories and paradigms
PLEASE SPEAK ONLY ABOUT TOYOTA AND DO NOT SPEAK IN GENERAL. PLEASE STICK TO TOYOTA DO NOT SPEAK IN GENRAL ABOUT THE QUESTION

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