• Marketing, Nepal
    better understand the need and problem of smokers. 6. In the late 80s Gorkaha Brewery also conducted several research on generating profiles to beer consumers. 7. In 1990s many multinational companies were established in Nepal under joint venture and licensing. These companies had their tradition...
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  • Impacts of Multinational in Nepal
    population more skillful and increasing their efficiency and quality. Similarly,the multinationals set up in Nepal produce surplus amount which can be exported to other countries.Apart from this,it increases competition between local companies and multinationals which results in more consumer choices...
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  • This Is Very Useless Paper, Created Just for Membership Purpose
    Bottlers Nepal Limited, the sole bottler of multinational brand Coca Cola in Nepal, has announced to invest $10 million in the next three years for expanding its bottling plant and introducing Kinley brand of mineral water. Saumindra Bhattacharya, managing director of Bottlers Nepal, hinted that...
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  • introduction to MNC's
    investment including financial, technical and managerial, including trade-mark. In specific terms, FDI enterprises are categorized into multinational companies (MNCs) or joint venture companies/corporations (JVs). A MNC or TNC is a company/corporation that spans multiple nations. These...
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  • Resesrch of Gdp
    Indian people. Culture of the country also affects the multinational company like a clothes company of Thailand ,zara if produces white sari and khurtasural then obiously it will not going to work because in India and Nepal these clothes are used in special occasion only so culture of that country and place will play vital role in globalization....
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  • Managerial Accounting in Nepalese Perspective
    value of remittances expanded 17 percent, supported in part by vibrant growth in India, a key source-country for Nepalese remittances. However due to many problem, such as political instability, security etc the government of Nepal has not achieved success. Due to these problems multinational...
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  • Unilever Nepal Limited
    name of UNL. Auditing firm: Every company requires its financial report to be audited. The joint stock companies and multinational companies should have their annual report audited via reputed auditing firm and this is a legal obligation which companies must comply with. Unilever Nepal Limited also...
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  • Its Wai Wai
    of adventure tourism and hospitality businesses through its tie-up with Cinnovation. "As a big group in Nepal, we also aspire to be a multinational company and India is perhaps the best country to grow with," says Chaudhary. With a distributorship of LG, Maruti, Escorts tractors, tie-ups with the...
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  • Culture, Hospitality and Tourism
    launched in Darbarmarg, Kathmandu, Nepal. On the 23 of November 2009, Nepalese people got the taste of some American food chain. This is huge for the Nepalese people and the economy of the country as the country hope for more multinational companies to join Nepal creating better job opportunities to the...
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  • Strategic Management
    specially when Coca-Cola Factory in the capital city Kathmandu was attacked with bomb . This political conflict dampened the confidence of business community and forced many multinational companies such as Colgate Palmolive, Nepal Lever Ltd. Unilever to reduce their operation and some of the companies...
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  • Labor Dilema of Nepal
    where there is favourable business environment. Experts believe that the labour issues have created a hostile environment to investments. Labour trouble experienced in Nepali units of multinational giants like Surya Nepal, Unilever, GMR and Asian Paints have turned off prospective investments to Nepal...
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  • Gjhbjh
    NIKE | Segmentation, Targeting, Positioning | NIKE Nepal segmentation, targeting, positioning | | Nawaraj Gurung | 10/7/2012 | This assignment is about the segmentation, targeting, positioning of NIKE Company. | Submitted By...
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  • Bhatbhatini
    SMALL BUSINESS 5/16/2013 | BHATBHATENI SUPERMARKET | MIN BAHADUR GURUNG | Truly a nepali entrepreneur | BY TEAM OF: SAM RICHA SUJAN KHUSH MOHIT NISHANT SUBHARNA MIN BAHADUR GURUNG AND BHATBHATENI SUPERMARKET Bhat-Bhateni Group operates as a Private Limited Company of...
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  • Essays
    garment 210 and energy, water and gas sector has 32 companies. While, according to the statistics from the Department of Industry, Nepal (2008/2009 Tourism dominates the FDI inflow in Nepal (30%). Service industries (27%) and manufacturing industries (25%) are next largest FDI involved industry...
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  • Chaudhary Groups
    Introduction 1935 -1943 The catastrophic earthquake of 1933 crippled commerce and social infrastructure in Nepal. This acted as the catalyst, which augmented the need for rebuilding. Under the Rana Regime, the first row of shops along the popular Juddha Sadak (the present New Road) took shape...
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  • International Business
    consultancy. However most of MBA (International Business) postgraduates are absorbed by international marketing departments of companies engaged in exports like multinational manufacturers such as automobile companies, electronics and computer companies and consumer durables manufacturers. As most of...
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  • Essay
    arguably the foremost construction company of Nepal at that time. Some of the prestigious projects undertaken were Jor Ganesh Press at Balaju, the first phase of the Soaltee Hotel, Janakpur Cigarette Factory and the road leading from Kathmandu to Trishuli. He envisioned the spurt of the Industrial...
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  • Impact of Fdi and Economic Growth
    controversies as some academics argue that the relationship between FDI and growth is non-linear. This is a complex issue whether FDI cause growth or growth causes the increase of FDI. Multinational companies go across the world with the objectives maximizing profits. Hence, countries are providing most...
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  • Ddc- a Project Reporrt
    international banking in Nepal. Standard Chartered Bank Nepal Limited offers a full range of banking products and services in Wholesale and Consumer banking, catering to a wide range of customers encompassing individuals, mid-market local corporates, multinationals, large public sector companies...
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  • Strategic Planning
    phase and it needs more to invest in this stage. The television is suffering to maintain the operation cost and the advertisement also going to reduce by the companies due to the effect of the inflation rate. The economic growth rate is around ‘2.5% ( Nepal Rastra Bank, 2010)’ in the fiscal years. All...
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