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    Union Carbide Disaster in Bhopal - India The impact(s) of this incident. The Union Carbide Catastrophe is one of the world’s devastating and life-threatening events, which have claimed for many lives of people and it is reported that it continues to today. Based on the play, the Union Carbide Catastrophe is a 33 years incident that happened in Bhopal India on 4th December 1984; released nearly 40 tons of highly toxic gas or poisonous gases known as methyl isocyanate. According to the play, at the time, the Union Carbide disaster was reported the worst and dangerous industrial accident in the world’s history. The gas escaped and hit over the densely populated neighboring towns of the plants, and killed over 15, 000 people instantly and half million suffered from the exposure from the toxic as well as poisonous gas. The incident caused tension and fear as hundreds and thousands of people tempted to flee Bhopal India. The poisonous gas remained onto the surface ground, causing victims eyes to burn, throats, nausea and many deaths. The toxic components remain, and for the 33 years ago, many of people who were directly or indirectly experienced the poisonous gas gave birth to both mentally and physically disabled kids. For many years, numerous people who survived have been observed struggling to clean-up the site; however, the claim that their quest has relatively declined after the Michigan, a based firm took over the control of processing plant in 2001. Based on the play,…

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    The point of this program is to have the Indian government work in conjunction with major international manufacturers, and help international companies through the government restrictions. At this point, this program has successfully secured over seventeen international manufacturing projects from various industries, and it has reformed several labor laws to make them more accommodating to modern day businesses (New Initiatives). Because some of the stricter government regulations have been…

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    1b) Provide a one-two sentence summary of what the entire exercise was about. This SAP exercise revolves around the production logistics, emphasizing the regions involved in manufacturing the kites as well as the processes and steps required to do so. It portrays the significance of planning for materials in the process of procurement as it is essential to have the correct amount of materials required in order to finish the product. Through the exercise we can learn how to make planned orders…

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    codes are as follows: SIC Codes Percentage 0-999 6.32% 1000-1999 2.94% 2000-2999 3.75% 3000-3999 2.52% 4000-4999 6.28% 5000-5999 17.44% 6000-6999 0.38% 7000-7999 6.51% 8000-8999 11.15% 9000-9999 1.27% e. Per my observation, industries with SIC codes of 0-999, 4000-4999, 5000-5999, 7000-7999, and 8000-8999 are more likely to have more capitalized operating leases relative to their total liabilities (their percentages are significantly higher than the average). In particular, industries with SIC…

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    Global Production Essay

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    In this essay I am going to discuss recent changes of production in a global environment, and based on these changes, explain how business leaders will have to change in order to thrive in the next four years. Global production is the creation and assembly of components to make a finished product that will be exported to multiple different countries (Investopedia, 2016). The ability to adapt as a manager is crucial, as 21st century business leaders are currently working in a complex environment…

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    (PG 423) • Strategy of International Business. • Industry Structure: interdependent relation among suppliers of inputs, buyers of outputs, substitute products, potential new entrants, rivalry among competing firms. (PG 440) o Suppliers of inputs: EDA Industry mainly depends on inputs from three main suppliers – Mentor Graphics, Synopsys and Cadence Design Systems. o Buyers of outputs: Hi-Tech electronics development and manufacturing industry, PCB and semi-conductor manufacturers, aircraft…

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    1.Why did Philips’ organizational structure make sense in the 1950s and 1970s? Why did this structure start to create problems for the company in the 1980s? ORGANIZATIONAL STRUCTURE SUCCESSFUL IN 1950S AND 1970S:- Philips developed globally by the time of world war ll, as per the demand the company's national organizations in Britain, Australia, brazil, canada, and united states became autonomous. The strong national organizations with their own entity by their own manufacturing, marketing, and…

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    Miss Julie is naturalistic play written by August Strindberg in 1888. A naturalistic piece is a more extreme form of realism that is defined as “An avant-garde movement, which flourished between 1880 and 1914, that portrayed heredity and environmental factors as the primary causes of human behavior through the accurate rendition of external realities,” explains editor Tobin Nellhaus. Miss Julie contains these naturalistic elements as it takes place in real time and focuses heavily on survival of…

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    The United States had faced with the Great depression and fought combat in two World Wars. Therefore, this led to major losses and deficits. Since United States was no longer in warfare, manufacturers who had contributed products to the army during World War, had altered their management of the manufacture. Nevertheless, organizations thought of novel innovations, focusing directly onto consumers to meet personal wants. Industry players targeted to deliver services to consumers, which were…

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    Chapter 5: History’s Haves and Have Nots The overall point of this chapter was to figure out why some areas adopted food production at different times of other areas. Only a few areas had developed food production independently, but they had done so at very different times. Near those areas, hunter-gatherers adopted food production, while other areas did not and were replaced by invading food producers, but again, at very different times. Many people of some ecologically sound areas for food…

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