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    Tata Marcopolo Case Study

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    It is one of the largest bus manufacturers in the world which belongs to Brazil and was founded in 1949 in the southern Brazil city of Caxias do Sul, state of Rio Grande do Sul. It has been involved in finding the innovation techniques to manufacture the buses to actively participate in providing the passengers a happy journey feeling. A whole range of buses has been manufactured by the company e.g. microbus, intercity, tourist vehicle etc. Marcopolo has more than half of the market share…

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    Dorival Caymmi and Luiz Gonzaga are both known for making and speaking to Bahian and nordestino (Northeastern) personalities. Luiz Gonzaga and Dorival Caymmi are the two specialists who used Northeastern territorial sounds and impacts into Brazilian music. The utilization of Northwestern moved these two specialists in global notoriety. In spite of the fact that they originated from the same Northeastern locale, they spoke to unmistakable societies from the district. Dorival Caymmi and Luiz…

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    The Singareni Collieries Company Limited (SCCL) is a Government coal mining organization mutually possessed by the Government of Telangana and Government of India on a 51:49 value basis. The reserves of Singareni coal stretch over 350 Km of the Pranahita – Godavari Valley of Telangana with a huge amount coming up to 8791 million tons. SCCL is as of now working on 16 opencast and 31 underground mines in 4 regions of Telangana with an employee base of around 58,837. Sustainable Management in SCCL…

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    BHP Billiton Case Study

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    BHP Billiton is an Anglo-Australian multinational mining, metals and petroleum company with its headquarter in Perth, Australia. According to the revenues in the year 2013, BHP Billiton is the world's largest mining company and Australia's largest company. They specialize in mining, processing and oil and gas production at sites in over 25 countries, such as Canada, Chile, Peru and many more. Their main products happen to be coal, copper, iron ore, petroleum and potash. In BHP Billiton,…

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    Bossa Nova Analysis

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    musicians who would informally gather in bars to play and compose. Bossa Nova produced international hits such as Garota de Ipanema by Tom Jobim, reinterpreted by Frank Sinatra as Girl from Ipanema. Mammi (1992) says that Bossa Nova represents the Rio de Janeiro middle class; it suggests the idea of a refined life without being…

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    It may be understandable why those in charge of the 2016 Rio Olympics created Rule 40. This rule forbids athletes from pointing out in any way, or even mentioning, sponsors that helped them as they prepared to get to the Olympics, but are not actually associated with the games. After all, advertisers who do participate in the Olympics bring in a lot of money. The rule also includes forbidding the mentions of summer, effort, and performance in a generic way to promote a company. It 's also…

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    is a mining and ore exploration project in Southeast Guinea, managed by the Rio Tinto Company. The mining camp is located between the cities of Dandano, Boola and Beyla. The surrounding communities are composed by many of the poorest people of the Republic of Guinea. There is lack of adequate sanitation and safe drinking water. The existing health system is weak and overwhelmed. Avid to explore the iron of the region, Rio Tinto received a mining concession of the region, while compromised to…

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    During the summer of the years 1133 to 1855 a famous fair came into London, most commonly known as the Bartholomew Fair. Hosted in Smithfield, otherwise known as the location popular for slaughterhouses and public executions, the fair was a trading event that attracted Londoners of all classes. Ben Jonson uses this factor to his advantage with his play entitled, “Bartholomew Fair.” The type of people, activities, and crimes that occur at the fair gives Jonson the opportunity to reflect on his…

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    place. Deteriorating housing and deprivation of sanitation services, water, and electricity characterizes cities in developing nations. Also, crime is pervasive in such places. The film is essential in raising awareness of the real issues within the Rio de Janeiro, which counters the popular cultural discourse of Brazil as a place of carnival, soccer, and beaches. The City of God is a manifestation of the socioeconomic impact of geography in cities of developing countries. According to the CIA…

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    Causal Essay On Brazil

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    attendance. Everyone may know of the famous carnival, thanks to the vibrant and exciting Blue Sky Studio’s movie Rio that was centered around the carnival festivities. The upbeat film inspired me to want to dig deeper and find a connection that speaks to me as a culinarian in the heart of Brazil. Carnival is thought of as both a massive and vibrant festival held in different places besides Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. Many tourists have been attracted to this area because of the flamboyant and rowdy…

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