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  • International Trade - China’s Move to Adopt a Floating Exchange Rate

    International Trade - China’s Move to Adopt a Floating Exchange Rate

    International Trade Introduction An exchange rate refers to the value a currency is given at the international market. This enables a nation to know its economic position and compare its activities with those of other nations (Piersanti 3). This paper uses the term international business to mean trading activities that involve a nation and other nations. This essay explores various issues about exchange rates and international business. China’s Move to Adopt a Floating Exchange Rate

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    Submitted: February 9, 2014 Autor: THUO
  • Continuations of the Indian Ocean Trade

    Continuations of the Indian Ocean Trade

    The Indian Ocean trade had many changes and continuities. Economically, the Indian Ocean trade stayed the same with the spread of goods from one place to another, but changed because of the process goods were traded along the trade route. In cultural terms, the Indian Ocean trade stayed the same because of the same constant spread of religion and ideas, but also changed because of the spread of dominant religions already in some places. In

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    Submitted: February 9, 2014 Autor: samhayden4
  • International Trade

    International Trade

    EC/FI 463/563 Exam 1 Instructions: Students will answer 5 of the following 7 questions. Specifically, each student will answer the first question and then choose 4 of the following 6 to complete the total of 5 questions. Each question is equally weighted. Note: Use a graph when possible to fully explain the answer to a question. Also, draw large and clear graphs. Answer the following question. Discuss and graph the free trade equilibrium under the

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    Essay Length: 391 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: February 10, 2014 Autor: echo19891005
  • Joe Willis: Feeling the Heat in Thailand

    Joe Willis: Feeling the Heat in Thailand

    Case: Joe Willis: Feeling the Heat in Thailand A) Joe Doyle, the Canadian president of Fasco Motors, faces many challenges as he attempts to restructure the company's finances and reputation. He must do so in a culturally foreign setting with many recently dismissed high-level management officials having close ties to government and business leaders in the region. The executive (Willis, Ramsey, and Fyvie) face serious trust issues with local employees, who remain dubious in regards

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    Submitted: February 18, 2014 Autor: rita
  • Dynamicity Case

    Dynamicity Case

    Dynamic IP Addressing is the very basic need of any web based service in current times. Most of the applications rely on dynamic addressing to save costs as single IP address can be re-used time and again by assigning it to multiple users. It also poses lesser security risks. This paper aims at introducing a peculiar method of DAMap with a capability to identify IP addresses that are assigned dynamically for an application and analyze

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    Submitted: February 19, 2014 Autor: shivaniagg0402
  • Conflict on a Trading Floor

    Conflict on a Trading Floor

    Poseidon Cruise Lines, a client of First America wanted to finance the construction of a new cruise ship to be built by a French shipyard at a total cost of $700 million. Linda, a top salesperson, made a financial structure alleged to cause the lowest cost in dollars aimed at this complex and big transaction. Seth, an assistant of Linda, found that Linda exaggerated the true situation about the secret transaction in the structure and

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    Submitted: February 22, 2014 Autor: Faye3021
  • The Global Trade Debate

    The Global Trade Debate

    Global Trade Debate Why do people love chocolate so much? Is it the smell, the taste, the texture or something more? Do people know what it is the truth hidden in the chocolate business? Do they know that the main ingredient it is child slavery? Thankfully, I can said that I don't like chocolate, so I don't feel guilty for consume it. However, should I feel comfortable? Or should I think about what I am

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    Submitted: February 22, 2014 Autor: jon
  • The World Trade Organization

    The World Trade Organization

    “The World Trade Organization (WTO) is the only global international organization dealing with the rules of trade between nations. At its heart are the WTO agreements, negotiated and signed by the bulk of the world’s trading nations and ratified in their parliaments. The goal is to help producers of goods and services, exporters, and importers conduct their business.” (World Trade Organization) The World Trade Organization was developed in the mid 1990’s. It is located in

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    Submitted: March 16, 2014 Autor: dwaynelewis9
  • Effect of Global Economy on Industrial Relations in Nigeria

    Effect of Global Economy on Industrial Relations in Nigeria

    The crisis that started in the United States in late 2008 has since become a major concern for political leaders, economists, and managers of financial institutions around the globe as its impact has gone beyond the borders of the United States. Analysts have noted its numerous causes, including excessive corrupt practices, particularly the ‘Sub-prime mortgage lending' that led to high mortgage default and delinquency rates in the United States, the "hands-off approach to regulation" of

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    Submitted: April 3, 2014 Autor: simba
  • There Are Several Issues, Which Based on the Relation of History, Between China and Taiwan

    There Are Several Issues, Which Based on the Relation of History, Between China and Taiwan

    There are several issues, which based on the relation of history, between China and Taiwan. Consequently, Taiwan is a country that might not be considered as a country in International Law. Furthermore, it induces not only the difficulty of diplomacy but also economic. Hence, how could Taiwan break this predicament? It is, however, essential that gradually develop partnerships of economic with China, such as ECFA. Moreover, TPP and RCEP should be pondered as well. CSSTA

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    Submitted: April 13, 2014 Autor: yvonnetsai1234
  • American Trade Unions

    American Trade Unions

    Introduction American trade unions served as a crucial segment of civil society enriching our democracy. Most of the social legislation that has built a better civilization, came about because of the strong political support of labor unions. “Social Security, Medicare, environment laws, wage and hour laws, the ban on child labor and free public elementary education garnered strong support from unions” (Stern, 2013). Many corporations and political opponents have argued over its current usefulness, but

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    Submitted: May 9, 2014 Autor: missaja
  • Law and Economics: Cap and Trade Scheme

    Law and Economics: Cap and Trade Scheme

    Australia emits around 550 million tonnes of greenhouse gasses (GHG) each year (Jordan and Zähres 2011). Although, in nominal terms, this is far below the emissions of China and the United States, on a per-capita basis, Australia is the most emissions-intensive of the world's major economies (Department of the Environment 2013). When the Australian public elected Kevin Rudd's Labor Party into Federal Parliament in 2007, this came with the promise of action on climate change

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    Submitted: May 20, 2014 Autor: antoni
  • International Trade

    International Trade

    However, on the other hand a sole reliance on international trade by SSA countries may not promote economic development due to the volatility in the prices of these goods. The reason for this is that the demand and supply of these natural resources and raw materials are very inelastic due to the time taken for production and the due to the nature of the business cycle. This means that a small change in quantity demanded

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    Essay Length: 363 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: May 20, 2014 Autor: 02alia3
  • Preparing Ljb’s Internal Control Reporting for Public Trading

    Preparing Ljb’s Internal Control Reporting for Public Trading

    Internal control ACCT504 Financial accounting and Managerial use, analysis Student : Aigul Rysmanova, ID: D40285115 Keller Graduate school of Management Professor : Linval Frazer Week 5: Case study 2 Friday , April 4, 2014 Preparing LJB’s Internal Control Reporting for Public Trading Background LJB Company , a small business local distributor who understands to go public in the future, the company should be in accordance with the law and may need to take more stringent

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    Submitted: May 22, 2014 Autor: Aigul
  • Financial Times: Low Volatility Hits Derivatives Trading

    Financial Times: Low Volatility Hits Derivatives Trading

    S-1941 Weekly Review 2 July 5, 2014 Financial Times: Low volatility hits derivatives trading This article that I am doing review on is called Low volatility hits derivatives trading from Financial Times, written by Philip Stafford in London and Gregory Meyer in New York on July 3, 2014. The main discuss in this article is about the how the interest rate and volatility influence the derivative market. So, because of the low volatility in markets

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    Submitted: July 20, 2014 Autor: dangcho
  • Analysis of Japan’s Trade Percentage over Gdp

    Analysis of Japan’s Trade Percentage over Gdp

    Analysis of Japan’s Trade Percentage over GDP Japan’s economy plays a prominent role in the ASEAN region; in the areas of business, politics; Official Development Assistance and more interestingly, economic health (Ng & Yeats, 2002; Yasutomo, 1989; Okita, 1999). Japan’s economic recovery from WWII from the 1950s is nothing short of remarkable in the early 1980s, thus earning Japan’s title as one of the four Asian tigers (Krugman, 1994; Johnson, 1982). Today, Japan’s economy is

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    Submitted: September 4, 2014 Autor: cass
  • Defining Public Relations Paper

    Defining Public Relations Paper

    Defining Public Relations Paper Workshop 1 Defining Public Relations Paper Defining Public Relations Paper Public Relations could be a good or bad experience for any company out in the world depending on what kind of spin the company might throw to a given situation. Companies want to maintain the front of being a well run oiled machine; however there are circumstances and situations that have the possibilities of throwing a company into a tailspin. A

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    Submitted: October 4, 2014 Autor: crock2569
  • Relation Between Motivation and Productivity

    Relation Between Motivation and Productivity

    Introduction Productivity is one of the important determinants of the success of an organization. It can be termed as the output to input ratio for production (Field, 2008). Productivity in turn depends on rationalized resource management, especially human resources. While talking about human resources, human behaviour plays a phenomenal role in assessing the underlying productivity in a given situation. Human nature or behaviour reflects the changes in its organizational periphery influenced with various internal and

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    Submitted: January 28, 2015 Autor: casanogal
  • How Has Diageo Historically Managed Its Capital Structure? How Has Its Past Strategy Compared to Other Firms in Similar or Related Industries?

    How Has Diageo Historically Managed Its Capital Structure? How Has Its Past Strategy Compared to Other Firms in Similar or Related Industries?

    Summarize the key issues and facts in the case? Diageo’s goal is to become an industry leader by achieving cost savings through marketing synergies, cutting overhead expenses, and developing production and purchasing efficiencies. Diageo intends to sell its packed food subsidiary, Pillsbury to General Mills and also considers selling 20% of its Burger King subsidiary through an initial public offering. The company’s intention behind this strategy is to raise funds to purchase other leading beverage

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    Submitted: February 1, 2015 Autor: chsridhar123
  • Stock -Trak Trading Assignment

    Stock -Trak Trading Assignment

    Front page: Team name, student reference number for each member of the group and the total word count. Executive summary: Approximately 300 words summarising your investment policy, the trading environment, trading performance and conclusions. Investment policy: Firstly give a general outline of the investment style of your team, including your attitude to risk, the ways you will manage risk as well as any financial targets you have. Secondly explain the theories that you will use

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    Essay Length: 301 Words / 2 Pages
    Submitted: February 2, 2015 Autor: ac1085437351
  • International Relations

    International Relations

    INR Ivan Melgar 2:05 pm – 3:30 pm Notes 1/29/14 Chapter 4 The way that we fight war now is much different than we used to before We have adjusted to todays form of terror 6 types of war 1. Hegemonic War 1. About controlling world order (ex. World War 2) 2. Millions of people killed 3. Civilizaions collapse 4. About establishing a new world order Firesale: everything has to go *Attack technology grid and

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    Submitted: February 18, 2015 Autor: chavely95
  • Atlantic Slave Trade

    Atlantic Slave Trade

    How do we classify the term "slavery"? Slavery is referred to as the keeping of slaves or laborers by one's authority. The concept of slavery has been in effect for as long as many of the world's most ancient societies. The Europeans began their arrival along the Atlantic borders of the African continent during the 15th and 16th centuries. These people were drawn to this area due to its containment of a multitude of natural

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    Essay Length: 1,266 Words / 6 Pages
    Submitted: March 7, 2015 Autor: drmcmannis
  • Public Relations Lo1 Explain How Public Relations Functions as Part of the Marketing Mix

    Public Relations Lo1 Explain How Public Relations Functions as Part of the Marketing Mix

    Public Relations LO1 Explain How Public Relations Functions as Part of the Marketing Mix The marketing mix, the 4p’s, is the most commonly known marketing term. Its structure is the basic tactical components of a marketing plan. The 4p’s are price, which has to be right for the products image and also competing products, placement, finds the right outlets for the products target market which includes market research, product, must be fit for purpose for

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    Submitted: March 16, 2015 Autor: Danielle McGuinness
  • “whatever Recent Developments Have Occurred in International Trade Theory, in Reality, the Competitiveness of a Location Reflects the Availability of Resources in That Location.”

    “whatever Recent Developments Have Occurred in International Trade Theory, in Reality, the Competitiveness of a Location Reflects the Availability of Resources in That Location.”

    INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ESSAY “Whatever recent developments have occurred in international trade theory, in reality, the competitiveness of a location reflects the availability of resources in that location.” INTRODUCTION International trade theory is not a topic with unique character. It is basically a practical application of general trade theory to trading between persons from different countries. There is no great difference between mobility of factors of production inside or outside a country. We live in a

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    Submitted: March 21, 2015 Autor: ANSHUL BAJAJ
  • Explain Why and How the Role of the Federal Government Changed as a Result of the Civil War with Respect to Two of the Following During the Period 1861-1877:  Race Relations, Westward Expansion, Economic Development

    Explain Why and How the Role of the Federal Government Changed as a Result of the Civil War with Respect to Two of the Following During the Period 1861-1877:  Race Relations, Westward Expansion, Economic Development

    When President Lincoln entered the Civil War in 1861, his only goal was to preserve the union while the abolition of slavery was a possibility if it didn’t stand in the way of the preservation of the union. Prior to the Civil War, race relations had mostly been left under the jurisdiction of states. Individuals such as Jefferson and Madison advocated the importance of state rights and introduced the concept of nullification in their Kentucky

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    Submitted: March 23, 2015 Autor: ddawg35

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