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  • The Importance Of Technology In I, Robot

    Technological advancements have transformed existing businesses by developing competitive advantages in the economic marketplace for people. Technology has affected the economic and social lives of humans and has provided more opportunities to prosper in society. Computer scientists have contributed to the expansion of technology by programming machines known as artificial intelligence to solve problems and perform ordinary tasks conducted by humans. However, people speculate that artificial…

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  • Case Study Of Rubber Research Institute Of Vietnam

    1. Introduction: 1.1. Background of Rubber Research Institute of Vietnam (RRIV): RRIV was established in 1941, is the member of Vietnam Rubber Group (VNRG) and has the mission of improving the competitive advantage and the sustainability of the natural rubber industry by researching the global environment for rubber. With more than 600 employees, which consists of 5 Ph.Ds, 20 masters, 85 engineers, bachelors and 53 intermediate technicians with a specialization in researching and transferring…

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  • Royalty Pharma Case Study

    1. Using the sales forecasts for Tysabri presented in Exhibit A, and using the discounted cash flow model presented in Exhibit B, what do you think Elan is worth? It can be fairly realized that the proposed value of Royalty Pharma in regard to the share value of Elan and the Tysabri undermines / undervalues the growth potential and actual sales forecast of the company. At $11 per share and later on at the revised offer of $12.50, it can be said that these proposed values are not…

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  • Textile Industries Case Study

    particularly in cotton textile industry. 11. Creation of Market Intelligence Database Ban on Imports of Secondhand (Worn) Clothing and more 12. The export credit may be made available for all textile products at 7% interest. 13. Activate special economic zones and facility centers for garment manufacturers for quality testing. CONCLUSION: Considering the problems of different segments of textile industry, the ministry of textiles has taken several initiatives. These initiatives saved…

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  • Negative Impacts Of Tourism

    desperate desire to make some money while posing for pictures. The camps have become a human zoo or have adopted the term zooification. The Padaung tribe is one of the modern world’s few matriarchal cultures and has a real dedicated sense of family and community. Nevertheless, many of the women have chosen freedom to their rings but some have become so dependent on their minimal income from tourism that they have chosen to keep their rings on and remain in Thailand. Another example is the Kuna…

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  • Advantages Of Internationalisation In Volkswagen

    foreign competitors. These foreign competitors follow a very aggressive policy to capture the major share of the market, so it is better for the domestic firms to expand their focus on international markets. There is a positive change in the general economic climate of the world. This positive change is providing incentives to the firm to think of expansion beyond boundaries. Many firms and companies are finding it easy to take up internationalisation activities. Earlier there used to exist…

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  • OYO Rooms Case Study

    1.1 Subject background of the study With the growth of the Industries around the globe and the development of transportation there have been an increased demand for accommodation. If we look at the scenario of Bangalore there has been tremendous growth in the IT industry in the recent 10 year. Growth in industries leads to increase in demand for travel accommodation. Thus there is huge demand for accommodations in Bangalore which is also called as the silicon city of India. For this OYO Rooms…

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  • Vodafone In Pakistan Case Study

    Each of the above-mentioned options has its own pros and cons. These will be discussed in detail in the next chapter. In short, strategic alliances can have low capital and low management input and in FDI's you can have higher management input but with higher capital investments. It is never easy to finalize the entry strategy for an international expansion. The firms' resource commitment, profits, the degree of control and investment opportunity is at a very high stake. (Shrader, 2001: 51). It…

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  • Contract Of Service Case Study

    OUM BUSINESS SCHOOL BBUI3103 EMPLOYMENT AND INDUSTRIAL LAW ASSIGNMENT TITLE: Discuss the differences between ‘contract of service’ and ‘contract for service’. Choose TWO non-pecuniary terms from contract of service in the selected organisation where you have access to the information and analyse the non-pecuniary terms with regards to their compliance to the Employment Act 1955. Name: Tang Wai Mooi Matric number: 791208145414001 NRIC: 791208-14-5414 Telephone number: 012-3115965 E-mail…

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  • QR Codes In Thailand: Case Study: Thailand – Royal Cliff Hotels Group

    Payment using QR Codes is gaining popularity fast due to its low barriers of entry and the convenience it provides to consumers as consumers do not need to carry credit cards or cash for their purchases. Merchants can also save cost by saving themselves the need to invest in expensive equipment, such as the EDC machine. Furthermore, merchants do not need to adhere to strict rules like the requirement of business permits and documents for the purchase of EDC machines. However, everything in…

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