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Asian Agri and the Future of Palm Oil
Located in Indonesia, Asian Agri is a well-established producer of Asian palm oil. The company faces strong criticism from environmental groups over the conversion of highvalue conservation land into palm oil plantations. The firm must develop a strategy to market palm oil in the face of controversy. Harvard Business School #511015
Barceló Hotels and Resorts (A)
Barceló Hotels and Resorts owns and operates 182 hotels in 16 countries. The firm must decide whether to continue creating separate promotional campaigns for its many hotels or switch to a broad, corporate-level promotion plan. A unified strategy presents many challenges since the hotels vary greatly in character, clientele, and location.
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BBVA Compass is the 15th largest commercial bank in the U.S. and part of the BBVA Group of
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