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  • Social Problems Among Youth in Malaysia
    INTRODUCTION 1.1 Background of the Study The globalization makes the world become smaller and the communication between countries could be done easily due to advance technologies. World without barriers allows cultures from other countries influence the Malaysian especially the youths. There are g...
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  • Indian Polity and Social Issue
    Polity, Constitution and Social Issues Polity & Constitution Constitution of India is the supreme law of India. It lays down the framework defining fundamental political principles, establishing the structure, procedures, powers and duties, of the government and spells out the fundamental rights...
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  • Predicting Corporate Failure of Malaysia Listed Company
    International Research Journal of Finance and Economics ISSN 1450-2887 Issue 15 (2008) © EuroJournals Publishing, Inc. 2008 http://www.eurojournals.com/finance.htm Predicting Corporate Failure of Malaysia’s Listed Companies: Comparing Multiple Discriminant Analysis, Logistic Regression and the...
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  • Comparative Advantage in Agricultural Products in Malaysia
    1.1 INTRODUCTION Malaysia and Thailand are both members of ASEAN and these countries are agricultural based economy since 1960s. Malaysia and Thailand have tropical climate which is suitable for the plantation of palm oil and paddy in the country. 1.1.1 Rice Production in Malaysia and Thailan...
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  • Problem Encountered by an Hrm Students in Their on the Job Training
    RESEARCH TITLE FOR HOTEL AND RESTAURANT MANAGEMENT * PERCEPTION OF CUSTOMERS ON THE QUALITY OF FOOD SERVICES OFFERED BY SELECTED RESTAURANT The researcher choose bar and grill as a food service establishment that they will use in determining. The service quality it provides because ma...
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  • A Comprehensive Study on the Problems and Prospects of Hrm Profession in Bangladesh
    Introduction Human Resource Management (HRM) is a way of management that links people-related activities to the strategy of a business or organization. HRM is often referred to as "strategic HRM". This includes employment and arbitration in accord with the law, and with a company's directives. Mo...
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  • Hrm in Grameenphone Ltd.
    Introduction 1. The Company Grameenphone Limited, a joint venture mobile operator in Bangladesh, has launched its operation on March 26,1997 with the purpose of enabling people to batter communicate which ultimately contributes to national development. Telenor Norway, the leading Telecommun...
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  • Indian Economy: Current Problems and Future Prospects
    Indian Economy: Current Problems and Future Prospects ms and rethinking of the pre-crisis policy regime, and even more importantly our development strategy, were called for. This realization led Dr. Singh to initiate systems reforms. In my view, these reforms would not have been initiated but for tw...
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  • Privatisation in Malaysia
    LE 4000 ENGLISH FOR ACADEMIC PURPOSE 2ND DRAFT TITLE: SHOULD CURRENT PRIVATIZATION PRACTICES BEING FURTHER IMPLEMENTED AS ONE OF THE GOVERNMENT POLICIES IN CATERING PUBLIC NEEDS AND IN ENSURING SERVICES QUALITY? DEPARTMENT OF ACCOUNTING KULIYYAH OF ECONOMICS AND MANAGEMENT SCIENCES...
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  • How Malaysia Manage Inflation
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  • What Do Moral, Citizenship and History Education in Malaysia Play Their Role in Constructing the National Identity
    (a) Summary 1. Title: Re-image our Country: What do Moral, Citizenship and History Education in Malaysia Play Their Role in Constructing the National Identity 2. Abstract This paper examines the politics and practice of the social education implemented in Malaysia. Our goal is to provide an overvie...
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  • Current Affairs
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  • Design and Cost of Soil Nailing in Roadways in Malaysia
    CHAPTER 1 INTRODUCTION 1.1 GENERAL Down slope soil erosion usually happens when there is displacement of soil by the agents of wind, water or others. The soil is being washed away and gives the ill-effect to buildings, structures or other livings in the surrounding. Soil nailing which...
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  • The Importance of Technology in the Production of 3d Animation Films Among the Animators in Malaysia.
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  • Professional Work Permit in Malaysia
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  • Discussing Why Unemployment Is Such an Important Issue
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  • History of Gst in Malaysia
    1. Introduction of GST Goods and service tax were first deliberated in 2005 with the intention to introducing it in 1st January 2007. However, it was withdrawn in the following year. In 2009, GST was revived with a proposed rate of 4% to replace current Sales Tax of 10% and Service Tax of 5% in a b...
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  • Minimum Wage: Moving Malaysia Backwards
    FACULTY OF BUSINESS AND ACCOUNTANCY University Malaya CSGB6101 Human Capital Management ------------------------------------------------- In the late 2010, the issue of a minimum wage policy has been debated in Malaysia after nationwide picketing organized by the Malaysian Trade Union Congres...
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  • Malaysia Smes
    INTRODUCTION The ASEAN-CHINA Free Trade Area is the free trade area among the 10 members’ states of the ASEAN with the People Republic of China. This agreement was intent on establishing a free trade area among the eleven states members by 2010. Its Framework Agreement was signed in November 2002...
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