• Customer’s Behaviour in E-Commerce in China
    CUSTOMER’S BEHAVIOUR IN E-COMMERCE IN CHINA Case: taobao Thesis Xinxing Hong Yanlong Chen Degree Programme in International Business International Marketing Management SAVONIA UNIVERSITY OF APPLIED SCIENCES Business and Administration, Varkaus Degree Programme, option Bachelor of...
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    8 The pre-Communist Tibetan economy consisted of subsistence agriculture, harsh pastoralism and trade. In this Tibetan society, feudalism was the base of government, aristocracy and the religious institutions. Most economic surpluses were donated willingly to monastic institutions, an action which...
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  • Threats & Opportunities Posed by China to Malaysia
    Introduction BRIC or also referred to as the Big Four in economical terms, refers to the countries Brazil, Russia, India and China. These countries are grouped together because they seem to be all at the same stage of emerging into the global market scene. What is surprising is that BRIC countri...
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  • China Development Industrial Bank
    CHINA DEVELOPMENT INDUSTRIAL BANK A case study Submitted to: Dr. Felix D. Cena, Phd Submitted by: Jose Farley Y. Tagle Lalaine D. Cosadio Cherryl L. Villaruel Raymund S. Belleza July 17, 2011 Given: Assume that you recently graduated with a major in finance. You just landed a job...
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  • Hrm Compare China, American and Japanese
    Introduction Different countries or different regions could have different approaches to managing people. This is mainly due to cultural differences. This essay will select American, Japanese and China which have obvious distinctive cultural contexts and compare their human resource management pr...
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  • China Real Estate Market
    Introduction To some foreign companies, doing business in China is very difficult. Besides the language and cultural difference, the concerns facing foreign businesses may range from the not-so-transparent laws and regulations, the bureaucratic agencies, to the complicated taxation system. Despite...
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  • An Analysis of Tourism Policy Development in Modern China
    Tourism Management 20 (1999) 471}485 An analysis of tourism policy development in modern China Hanqin Qiu Zhang*, King Chong, John Ap Department of Hotel and Tourism Management, The Hong Kong Polytechnic University, Hung Hom, Kowloon, Hong Kong Received 28 March 1998; accepted 3 September 1998...
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  • Feudalism in Europe and Japan
    Feudalism in Europe and Japan Throughout history, the system of feudalism is used several times in different areas in the world. Because of this form of government, the European lifestyle changed dramatically as the Japanese culture began to form. Although feudalism in Europe had started earlier,...
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  • Hrm in China
    1. Introduction It is widely accepted that business relies on effective human resource management (HRM) to ensure that companies hire and keep good employees and meanwhile they are able to deal with the conflicts between workers and managers. As we look at the history and content of HRM, there have...
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  • What Impact Did the Major Political, Economic and Social Changes of the Meiji Restoration Have on Japan?
    Japan’s goal of achieving fukoku kyohei, “rich country; strong military”, fuelled major political, economic and social changes during the Meiji Restoration. By the 20th century, Japan had a modern constitution and national parliament, though it was not truly democratic. The modernization of th...
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  • Business in China
    1. Profile the evolution of the Chinese business environment. Does this evolution strike you as predictable or unpredictable? Why would its degree of predictability matter to foreign investors? For 30 years, China prohibited the entry of foreign investment and restricted foreign trade under the...
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  • Japan Disaster
    The 2011 Tōhoku earthquake, also known as the Great East Japan Earthquake,[6][7] (Japanese: "Eastern Japan Great Earthquake Disaster" (東日本大震災 Higashi Nihon Daishinsai?)[fn 1]) was a magnitude 9.0 (Mw) undersea megathrust earthquake off the coast of Japan that occurred at 14:...
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  • Comparing Cultures: the Development of Women’s Rights in China and Saudi Arabia
    Comparing Cultures: The Development of Women’s Rights in China and Saudi Arabia China and Saudi Arabia are two of the world’s most conservative and traditional societies. Each prides itself on respecting the values of their past, but how well do their cultures respect women? The role of w...
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  • Great Wall of China
    Brian Lane T/TH-11:00am-12:20pm Great Wall of China The Great Wall of China is one of the eight wonders of the modern world. It's one of the most recognizable symbols of China and it shows how sophisticated and advanced the Chinese were throughout history from medicine to inventions to...
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  • The Effect of Outsourcing on the U.S. Economy: Are China and India Threats or Opportunities
    The Effect of Outsourcing on the U.S. Economy: Are China and India Threats or Opportunities The U.S. economy has been negatively affected by Globalization and Outsourcing. The more U.S. based companies continue to outsource jobs, the more risk America takes in allowing other countries to...
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  • Trade Between Australia and China
    Many products we use today are made in China. Trade between Australia and China has heightened in the last couple of years. China has one of the world’s largest economies. It has an increasing role in shaping the world economy, accounting for a third of the increase in the world’s gross domestic...
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  • Us and China Business Issues
    Summary: The US trade deficit with China swelled to $201 billion last year up from $161 billion a year earlier. The strength of China's manufacturing sector in everything from clothing to electronics means that it is being blamed for the misfortune of the US workers. This paper critiquess on thes...
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  • Pest for Mcdonald in China
    INTRODUCTION McDonalds, being an American based fast food company was also very successful in other western countries. The cultural and consumer behavioral similarities among those nations might have caused a positive impact in this success. However it’s not only in western countries that McDonal...
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  • Compare and Contrast Russia and China
    Both China and Russia began the 20th century as a pawn of foreign powers. While the leaders of Russia’s revolution focused on ending Western domination by armed rebellion, China instead initially concentrated on adopting ‘foreign ways’. Both movements emphasized industrialization greatly. By t...
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  • Science and Technology in the Human Development of China
    Science And Technology In The Human Development Of China Abhinav Kumar (2009TT10837) Lokesh Varun (2009TT10797) TOTAL WORD COUNT :7857 Course Coordinator: Prof. Ambuj Sagar Contents Introduction A Background of Agriculture in China: Challenges and Needs Recent Technica...
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