E-I-C Framework Essay

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BIRla ericsson optical ltd
E-I-C Framework

May 10, 2015 Kezang Wangmo (102077 Sonam Choden (102067) Wangda Lham (101832) Thinley Lhamo(101974) Tshering Zangmo(102092)

Table of Contents
Introduction 1
E-I-C Framework 5 Economic Analysis 5 1. Inflation 5 2. Exchange Rate 6 3. GDP 7 4. Infrastructure 8 5. Government expenditure 9 Government borrowing 10 6. Economic and political stability 11 Industry Analysis 12 Company Analysis 17
Bibliography 25

Introduction
Investor is any person who commits capital with the expectation of financial returns (Source). It is vital for the investors to know about the company before investing
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| BIRLA ERICSSON OPTICAL LIMITED | | Optical and Copper Telecommunication Cables, etc. | VINDHYA TELELINKS LIMITED | | Copper and Optical Telecommunication Cables, etc. | UNIVERSAL CABLES LIMITED | | EHV, HT and LT Power Cables and Capacitors, etc. | BIRLA FURUKAWA FIBRE OPTICS LIMITED | | Optical Fibers | HINDUSTAN GUM AND CHEMICALS LIMITED | | Guar Gum and Allied Products | BIRLA FINANCIAL CORPORATION LIMITED | | Non-Banking Financial Services | BIRLA DLW LIMITED | | Linoleum Floor Covering |
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Birla Ericson Optical Ltd (BEOL)
Birla Ericson Optical Ltd is an IOS-certified company under MP Birla Group of Industries (Source). It was established in 1992 and its registered head office is in Rewa, Madhya Pradesh, India. It is a ‘Fiber optic cable’ industry which is globally renowned for its innovative design and production of fiber optic cables. Thus, the company’s main activity is in Communication. Birla Optical has the ability to produce more than 36,414 km. of optical fiber telecommunication cable per year (Source). The company also produces jelly filled copper telephone cables and switchboard cables for switching equipment’s and specialty cables for various applications such as medical equipment, computers, local area network and cable TV network (Source). The division of customers are such as railway industries,

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