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March 28, 2012: Dissertation Conclusion - Logistics
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Conclusion With the continuously tighter global market competition, companies are increasingly focusing on their operations to gain market leadership and thus increase profitability. In many organizations—and at many business schools—the boundaries between operations and other functional areas is rigid and nearly impenetrable. Yet as competition heats up and cost-cutting pressures...

March 27, 2012: Executive Summary & Conclusion - Environmental Impacts of Tourist Transport in Thailand
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Environmental Impacts of Tourist Transport in Thailand Executive Summary Improvement of the public transportation in Thailand is considered as a vital aspect in order to maintain and improve the tourism industry of the country. With this, the country had been able to focus on improving the transportation network which helps...

March 16, 2012: Thesis Chapter 5 - African Migration To The United States
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Chapter 5 Conclusion This study intended to examine the issue of whether or not, modern Afro-Americans living as ethnic groups in the western society are suffering from the loss of self–identity as a group, which is resultant of the Diaspora their people experienced in the past. This study required a...

March 9, 2012: Value Creation in E-Business
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Value Creation in E-Business Introduction Internet business-to-business sales will reach $1.3 trillion by 2003 and, by 2004, business-to-consumer sales will reach $100 billion. E-businesses today have reached a point where they are trying to move beyond a cursory view of their customers to engaging in rich customer relationships (Ragins E.J....

March 1, 2012: Conclusion Paper On Technology’s Role in Enhancing Streets’ Social Life (Technology, New Urbanism, and the Streets)
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Conclusion Advanced computer and telecommunication technology has the potential to change the world fundamentally through the development of new forms of electronic communications, media, and information systems. Technology- driven changes are occurring rapidly in the structure of the economy, the roles and functions of cities, and the status of low-...

February 29, 2012: Thesis Chapter 5 - Linkages Between Foreign Affiliates and Domestic Firms in Chinese Automobile Industry
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Chapter 5 Conclusion Foreign linkages have thus become a critical component of China's auto industry, one that is integral to its success or failure as China's developmental "pillar". Nevertheless, one result of targeting is pinning the industry's future on the outcome of domestic procurement programs. This, in turn, depends on...

February 24, 2012: Conclusion - Chinese Automobile Industry
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CONCLUSION The development of the Chinese automobile industry and its entire economy is propelled by the shift from the command economy to an open economy that allows free flowing foreign investment. China’s automobile industry has yet to develop the necessary technological and personnel expertise that an assembly line needs. (Gaba...

February 22, 2012: Thesis Chapter 5 On Hawala Remittance System And It's Crucial Role In Money Laundering
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Chapter 5. Conclusion and Recommendations 5.1 Conclusion From the previous analysis, despite the informality of Hawala system, it has significant indirect and direct macroeconomic inferences such as for fiscal performance and financial activity. As described, one aspect is its latent blow on the monetary accounts of regions on any end...

February 22, 2012: Thesis Chapter 6 - Shopping Centres In A Centre Of A Business District
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Chapter 6. Conclusions and Recommendations 6.1 General Idea This chapter presents the conclusions and recommendations pertaining to the claim in which shopping centres located in a centre of a business district are not adversely affected by the credit crunch. With the expressive and exceptional development of shopping centres in Poland,...

February 21, 2012: Thesis Chapter 3 On Dual Diagnosis
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CHAPTER THREE Limitation The limitations is placed at the literature organization in support to secondary resources adhering to databases from wherein content and information as discussed and explained are realized and executed as reviewed articles and journals dealing with substance misuse, mental illness and dual diagnosis treatment have been in...

February 21, 2012: Discuss the differences between an administrator and a liquidator (in Australian context) including comparing and contrasting issues pertaining to managing the relationship with the forensic accountant
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Wolf Transport 1. Discuss the differences between an administrator and a liquidator (in Australian context) including comparing and contrasting issues pertaining to managing the relationship with the forensic accountant. Liquidator makes sure that all parties are treated fairly and with accordance with the Corporation Act, during the process of liquidation...

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