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    need to be corrected or improved CEMEX has made tremendous steps in trying to have a constant improvement in the understanding climate change and the need to address challenges that they face. This understanding of climate change and the human-induced components of climate change were as a result of complex scientific work around the world. The general scientific consensus is that human activities pose major challenges to environmental sustainability, which has threatened the ability of sustaining the current and future generations. The world population is rising steadily, which has resulted in increases in production and consumption of goods, as well as the associated trade flows underpinning the efforts of growth. With the world population predicted to grow to over 9 billion by 2050, the demand and need for…

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    Cemex Expansion Strategy

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    Critically evaluate the expansion strategy of a computer hardware firm by analysising “the Cemex Way”. In a rapidly changing and challenging global business environment, in order to maximize the optimization and meet current market dynamics, it is good for a computer hardware firm to exam some previous strategies from other enterprises before launching a successful expansion plan. There are a lot of global companies with very successful expansion strategies which are worth to summarize such as…

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    Case Study On Cemex

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    What benefits have CEMEX and other global competitors in cement derived from globalization? More broadly, how can cross-border activities add value in an industry as apparently localized as cement? CEMEX and other global competitors in the cement market have definitely benefitted by being able to operate on an international level. An obvious advantage that CEMEX and quite frankly any vast corporation that reaches a global scale is diversification. Diversification has brought and brings…

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    Cemex Case Analysis

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    CEMEX leverages its competitive advantages to cut operating costs and deliver a final product to the consumer at a lower cost. The company is vertically integrated in the cement industry. This allows them to optimize mining, packaging, and distribution channels (CEMEX, 2018). By doing so, CEMEX can reach a large number of consumers in a timely manner. CEMEX has leveraged technology to decrease costs in operating cement plants allowing the company to invest more in optimizing distribution…

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    Cemex Case Study

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    1. INTRODUCTIOLN In 1906, a small local cement company established in northern Mexico, it called CEMEX. But, today, almost 100 years later they became the third largest cement company in the world, and a largest international trader. After numbers of acquisitions, CEMEX had 15 billion US dollars of turnover and operated cement plants in 15 countries, having 50,000 employees worldwide. (CEMEX Company Profile | CEMEX UK, 2017) What have happened in these hundred years? It can be talked from the 7…

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    CEMEX’s Globalization benefits and Cross-border activities adding value to Cement industry CEMEX operates in the ‘not so export friendly’ globally concentrated cement industry, so, global expansion was an obvious choice for cement industry seeking geographic diversification. Globalization offered CEMEX and other Cement manufactures to enjoy various benefits such as i) empire building and growth via stabilized revenues, also benefiting from the arbitrage prices and economies of scale ii) export…

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    Amadeus Strategic Analysis

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    In terms of providers available in Amadeus there are 690 airlines storing their flight schedules, 32 car rental companies, 20 cruise lines, 30 ferries, 300000 hotel properties, 288 hotel chains, 100 rail companies and 243 tour operators as well as travel insurance companies. In terms of travel sellers Amadeus have around 400,000 agency points of sale and 145 airline reservation offices and services over 6,000 corporations worldwide such as Phillip Morris International, Nokia Siemens Networks,…

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    of general instability, as well as those of an operational nature, such as effects on the workforce, on production and access to raw materials, and on the market. For example, consider the following: In Pakistan one must understand the differences between Punjabi and Sindi. In Malaysia it is essential to recognize the special economic relationship between Chinese and Malay. In the Philippines it is important to understand the significant and lead financial role played by the Filipino-Chinese.73 …

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