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  • Dhamra Port Case Analysis

    port has lined up an investment of Rs 10,000 crore to augment capacity to 100 million tonne per annum (mtpa) from 25 mtpa. In the second phase, the port aims to handle diversified cargo. First, the port has to achieve capacity utilisation of 70 per cent of Phase-I in accordance with clause 4.4 of the concession agreement. Second, it has to obtain environment clearance from MoEF for the proposed expansion. Third, DPCL has to get a no-objection certificate from the National Green Tribunal (NGT)…

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  • Pay Gap Research Paper

    Since our country was first established women have been thought less of. Viewed as the weaker sex, they did not have the same privileges that men had throughout the centuries. For many years women had no choice but to be stay at home moms. Taking care of the kids, cleaning the house, and cooking was a woman’s day to day job. Then, the industrial revolution came and changed everything. Women began to work in factories and had a source of income. Soon women got the right to vote and the equality…

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  • Wallpaper Case

    harm a company’s reputation, which in turn may lead to less turnover, financial losses and maybe even bankruptcy. The chance that people will talk positively about the brand is the same as the chance that people will talk negatively about the brand (50/50). However, the chance that the company’s reputation will be seriously harmed by negative word-of-mouth communication is almost certain, especially due to the great importance that people attach to word-of-mouth…

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  • Media Coverage In Women's Sport

    “The overall coverage for women sport is 7.4 per cent, with men making up 81.1 per cent of the media coverage in Australia.” (Decline of women’s sports coverage in Australia ‘a tragedy’, 2015) Women are not recognized for their efforts and contribution to sport. They have been called “weak” and “mentally unprepared.”…

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  • Sydney Vs San Francisco

    In the modern world, waste production and diversion have become a crucially important issue that cannot be ignored. With the growth of the population and rapid development of the technology, the world now has immense waste production. Highly advanced cities with growing populations have a great requirement of resources in order to sustain the needs of the city. In consequences, the rate of waste production escalated along with all these factors. Sydney and San Francisco, at first sight, are…

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  • Chizingc Soap Case Study

    cannibalising brand sales. They were prepared to see Chic Soaps take on the sales of perfumed soap to a wider market. 3. The size of the total toilet soap market was around £190 million at retail. The top quality premium soap market was estimated to be 7 per cent of the total; it was growing slowly as the deodorant market came under pressure because of the environmental problems associated with aerosol sprays; other growth factors included the expansion in showers, and the expansion in the…

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  • The Window Metaphor: The Role Of Media In Society

    etc.).The average American spends 9 hours per day, using media. 50 per cent of children from ages 8 to 18 report that the television is on in their homes “constantly”. Outside of work and sleep, society is glued to screen time. It is said that over 90 per cent of fourth graders were unable to identify an image of Abraham Lincoln and 75 per cent of 17 year old could not identify the head of the German leader in World War II. 30 per cent of high school students in the United States did not know…

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  • Atticus Finch Discrimination

    "Shoot all the bluejays you want, if you can hit 'em, but remember it's a sin to kill a mockingbird" is Atticus Finch’s most powerful words. Within its 300 pages, winning the Pulitzer Prize in 1961, and more than 50 years later, one of the most popular and awarding books of all time, To Kill a Mockingbird by Harper Lee, is still widely being taught in Australian schools and striking chords with readers today. Why is this one specific book relevant to Australians? The content of the book…

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  • Art Is Global

    exhibition to this day, it penetrated the art world by the introduction of a new idea. The idea was a protest against the traditional Paris biennial where most of the art, and artists were western. The magicians of the earth exhibit featured 50% western artist and 50% non western artists, thus making the percentage equal. Art, equality, and culture sounds brilliant. However, the exhibition received a lot of criticism for various reasons. Benjamin Buchloh who is a German art historian inquired…

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  • SZLN Corporation Case Study

    banks to make the acquisition in cash if required. Because SZLN had raised approximately US$90 million equity funds in late 2006 and had accumulated profits in 2006 and 2007, its liabilities–assets ratio had decreased from approximately 70 per cent to 50 per cent over the 2006-2007 period. This financial slack provided the company with a degree of flexibility to take on this opportunity. Nevertheless, the future cash needs of PEM would need to be considered before signing the deal. Another…

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