• East Africa and Long Distance Trade
    History has always been the key to our existence. We learn from our failures to better our future, just as we learn from our triumphs to excel even further. A very important time in the history of our world was the East Africa long distance trade .In the middle of the seventeenth century, East Afr
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  • Cross-Cultural Emmerment from East Africa to the Indian Ocean Basin
    During the post-classical era (500 CE – 1000 CE), multiple kingdoms developed throughout the Indian Ocean Basin where societal practices of India had a huge impact, causing cross-cultural shifts in economical practices, religious views, and trade, resulting in increased population and agricultural
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  • Impact of Africa Culture and Business Customs on Business Management East Africa.
    INTRODUCTION Culture can be defined as a system of values and norms that are shared among a group of people and that when together taken constitute a design for living or doing things for that matter. From this definition we can see that every group of people has a way of going about their daily li
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  • Philippine Long Distance Telehphone Company’s Brief History
    PHILIPPINE LONG DISTANCE TELEHPHONE COMPANY’S BRIEF HISTORY When PLDT was incorporated and given the franchise to establish and operate telephone services in the country on November 28, 1928, a typhoon had just ravaged Eastern Visayas, Bicol Peninsula, and Samar. The ability to communicate amon
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  • Developing an Online Newspaper Business Model: Long Distance Meets the Long Tail
    DEVELOPING AN ONLINE NEWSPAPER BUSINESS MODEL: LONG DISTANCE MEETS THE LONG TAIL BY GEORGE SYLVIE ASSOCIATE PROFESSOR SCHOOL OF JOURNALISM THE UNIVERSITY OF TEXAS AT AUSTIN MARCH 24, 2008 AUSTIN, TEXAS 1 ABSTRACT Developing an Online Newspaper Business Model: Long Distance Meets the
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  • Use of Facebook and Twitter in Promoting Long Distance Communications Among College Students in Petaling Jaya
    SCHOOL OF BUSINESS AND MARKETING STAMFORD COLLEGE STUDENT NO 1117758/u1054333 DEGREE BA (Hons) International Business SUPERVISOR Ms Vashni Nambiar TITLE Use of Facebook and Twitter in promoting long distance communications among college students in Petaling Jaya DATE 4
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  • E-Commerce in East Africa
    Table of Contents Definition and background 2 Reasons for growth of e-commerce in East Africa. 4 Influence of e-commerce on trading practices in East Africa. 5 Types of e-commerce 8 Challenges facing the growth of e-commerce in East Africa. 9 1. Poor infrastructure 9 Computer illitera
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  • Trade Unions in Africa: Weak but Feared
    Summary Trade Unions in Africa are weak organisations with many internal problems. Trapped between an ongoing “informalisation” of the African economies on the one hand and the consequences of “neo-liberal globalisation” on the other, they are quite often seen to be a relict of the past.
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  • Trekk Sporting East Africa
    TREKK SPORTING EAST AFRICA Executive Summary Kenya’s free primary education policy which was implemented in January 2003 opened up opportunities for the disadvantaged and marginalized children who never enrolled in school or had dropped out because they simply could not afford the costs. With m
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  • Professional Ethics and Responsibility in the Era of Cooperation in East Africa
    Professional Ethics and Responsibility in the era of cooperation: Comparing the regimes in the East African Community states A research paper submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the bachelor of law degree. DECLARATION This work has not previously been accepted i
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  • Elections and Electioneering in East Africa
    It has always been a loosely guarded secret that the greatest bane to development in Africa has its deep roots in the quality of leaders they have produced. This is not far fetched with the level of underdevelopment in Africa, which when compared to their East Asian neighbors creates flickering ray
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  • The Main Frameworks of the Diplomacy of Integration and Its Status in East Africa.
    THE MAIN FRAMEWORKS OF THE DIPLOMACY OF INTEGRATION AND ITS STATUS IN EAST AFRICA.   INTRODUCTION Diplomacy is the art of conducting relationships for gain without conflict. It is the chief instrument of foreign policy. Its methods include secret negotiation by accredited envoys (though politic
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  • Slave Trade Depopulation of Africa
    The African slave trade, more specifically the Trans Atlantic slave trade as opposed to the East Indian, (although both served western ideals) robbed the continent of its most natural, essential and irreplaceable asset: its human resources. Those who were captured, shipped, and sold in the Americas
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  • Firestone East Africa
    21FIRESTONE EAST AFRICA (1969) LIMITED (NOW SAMEER AFRICA LIMITED): SURVIVAL AFTER LIBERALISATION. SUMMARY Firestone East Africa (1969) Limited was incorporated as a joint venture between the government of Kenya and Firestone Tyre and Rubber Company of U.S.A in Kenya in 1969. The government of
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  • History East &South Africa
    The Effects of Long Distance Trade in East Africa. By Deborah of Uganda 7th May 2008 Long Distance Trade was the trade between the East African coast and other interior states of Africa in the early 19th Century. In involved movement over long distances, the major participants were the Swahili
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  • Run Like the Wind: a Geographical Look at Kenyan Supremacy in Long Di
    Run Like the Wind: A Geographical Look At Kenyan Supremacy in Long Distance Running In East Africa, there is an area know as the Great Rift Valley. It is in this Great Rift Valley, where the world's most dominant long distance runners come from, Kenya. In the past three decades, runners from K
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  • Transportation Costs and International Trade over Time
    Transportation Costs and International Trade Over Time David Hummels David Hummels is Associate Professor of Economics, Purdue University, West Lafayette, Indiana. His e-mail address is <hummelsd@purdue.edu>. Abstract: While the precise causes of post-war trade growth are not well understoo
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  • Transport Costs and International Trade
              Transport costs and International Trade*     Alberto Behar University of Oxford Anthony J. Venables, University of Oxford and CEPR.       * Paper written for Handbook of Transport Economics, eds André de Palma, Robin Lindsey, Emile Quinet & Roger Vickerman, Alberto
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  • Revival of Trade and Commerce in the Middle Ages
    Western Civilization Final The revival of trade and commerce during the middle ages impacted European Society in many ways but it is important to know how and what caused the revival of trade and commerce and then how it really changed the future European Society. First the rise of Christianity s
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  • Telecommunication Innovations: the Effects on the Enhancement of Trade in the Accra Central Business Community, Accra
    BUSINESS SCHOOL UNIVERSITY OF GHANA LEGON TELECOMMUNICATION INNOVATIONS: THE EFFECTS ON THE ENHANCEMENT OF TRADE IN THE ACCRA CENTRAL BUSINESS COMMUNITY, ACCRA BY EDWARD NANA BOBBIE (10235173) A PROPOSAL PRESENTED TO THE BUSINESS SCHOOL, UNIVERSITY OF GHANA, LEGON CHAPTER ONE 1.0
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