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    to their customers. Compared to its competitors, both the postpaid (Indigo) and prepaid (JAZZ) brands are the largest brands of their kind in the Pakistan cellular industry. In addition to providing advanced voice communication services that makes the lives of millions that much easy, they also offer...
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  • Unbound
    reflects on the different scenarios that could have made India a world superpower. About the Author Gurcharan Das was born in Lyallpur, India (now Pakistan) into a Punjabi Hindu family. He spent his childhood in Shimla and Delhi. He went to high school in Washington D.C. He graduated with honors from...
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  • Bangladesh
    given up its initiative of pursuing a competition policy and law. Yet, there is no denial of the fact that both producers and consumers feel strongly that there should be a competitive business environment for their mutual welfare. So, the need for a competition policy is an internal imperative in...
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  • Ptcl
    COMSATS Institute of Information Technology Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited COMPANY analysis COURSE: Seminar In Business And Public Policy Submitted TO: Dr. Irum Khan Submitted BY: Sana Munir Midhat Batool MBO-II SEMINAR IN BUSINESS AND PUBLIC POLICY TABLE OF CONTENTS 1 INTRODUCTION...
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  • Economics
    in which firms operate vary a great deal. Some markets are highly competitive and profits are hard to come by. Some appear to be almost free from competition and firms in these markets earn large profits. Some markets are dominated by fierce advertising campaigns in which each firm seeks to persuade buyers...
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  • How to Promising Safta
    any RTA. The South Asian Free Trade Area (SAFTA) covering an area consisting of seven countries, namely, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka, is an RTA that has come into force with effect from 1 July 2006 after prolonged deliberations. The purpose of this policy brief is...
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  • Bureocracy
    formation and implementation in Pakistan and core value of institutions while making any policy. As democratic country, formation of institution and policy formation largely depends on bureaucrats and their decision. As per the studies and information below describe that in Pakistan, Policy-making is largely...
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  • Indian Telecom Industry
    above, BSNL enjoys the major share in the pie of the fixed subscribers segment, due to the pre-’91 monopolistic situation in the country. On the other hand, in the mobile segment, there is cut-throat competition for the 1st place. Drivers for increasing mobile coverage are Infrastructure Sharing ...
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  • Project Change Management - Ptcl
    Staff 19 Skills 19 Snyders’s Diagnostic Model 19 Conclusion 22 PTCL Journey Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) is a mega corporation and a leading telecommunication authority in Pakistan. The corporation provides and enforces policies for the telephonic services nation-wide...
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  • Ptcl
    Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) Pakistan Telecommunication Company Limited (PTCL) is proud to be Pakistan’s most reliable and largest converged services carrier providing all telecommunications services from basic voice telephony to data, internet, video-conferencing and carrier services...
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  • Marketing
    Management session. The purpose of this report is to analyze and evaluate whether there is a scope and market for our new product “FLAVORED BUTTER” in Pakistan. We gathered relevant material from secondary data using published material relating to the eating trends of people and their preference for new...
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  • indian sports
    champion, had the upper hand over the fabulous King Kong and others. India’s sportsmen and women have won laurels at the Asian and Commonwealth competitions. But with the lone exception of hockey they have failed to attain international standards at the Olympics and world meets. Even the hockey crown...
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  • HND business
    interaction among the firms. Market structure is the number of buyers and sellers in a market. There is different market structures such as Perfect Competition, Monopoly and Oligopoly and are discussed below: A place where different sellers of the same product then the firm’s price purpose and the output...
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  • Ptcl Research Paper
    1.1 INTRODUCTION OF TELECOM INDUSTRY Since the independence of Pakistan, basic telecom services were being provided by a monopolist, previously called as Telephone and Telegraph department (T&T). The department was being run by the government and played multiple roles as regulator, policy maker, operator...
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  • Analyse the Problems That Developing Countries Experience in Adopting Import Substituting Industries (Isi) Strategy as an Approach to Industrial Growth and Development.
    regimes are an assorted mix of tariffs ,quotas exchange control and overvalued currencies .Restrictions on imports protect domestic firms from competition with produces from other countries and are measured using effective rate of protection. Empirical estimates by Basassa (1971) and Lewis and Gulsinger...
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  • Mkt/421 Environmental Factors
    customers are concerned, and avoid tactics such as pressure selling, deception, and price gouging. Competition commissions have been developed in many countries to combat such practices and regulate monopolistic practices. Consumerism is an organized movement by the people and governments. Consumers demand...
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  • Research
    objectives most effectively.” The meaning of this definition can best be examined with the aid of Figure 1-1 © Copyright Virtual University of Pakistan 1 Managerial Economics –ECO404 VU RELATIONSHIP TO ECONOMIC THEORY Economic theories seek to predict and explain economic behavior. Economic...
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  • Hkhkhk
    derivative. Concept of maxima & minima, elasticity and point of inflection. Profit & revenue maximization under perfect competition, under monopoly. Maximizing excise tax revenue in monopolistic competitive market, Minimization of cost etc. Topic 6: Partial & Total Differentiation Partial...
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  • Competetion Commission of Pakistan
    | The Competition Commission of Pakistan | PRESENTED TO: SIR NAJAF | | Fatima Mustjab | | Presented By: * Sidra Tariq:BC100003 * Hira Khan:BC10037 * Faiza Awan:BC10042 * Iqra Shazadi:BC10046 * Aleena Tariq:BC10104 (eve) * Fatima Mustjab:BC10105(eve) CCP Introduction ...
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  • Foregin Direct Invstment in Indian Retail Market
    the study it was revealed that these policy variables were responsible for drawing FDI and it determined the growth in Pakistan and also showed the positive impact of reforms in Pakistan. On many variables affecting FDI have been examined, a set of descriptive variables were examined by several studies...
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