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  • Us Decline as Only Superpower
    are a number of factors that directly influence this decrease in power from the United States on the world stage including: a struggle to sustain economic hegemony in part due to the outsourcing of manufacturing jobs and plants; the rise of eastern powers and other booming economies; the limiting U.S...
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  • Dhl Logistics Project Report
    and judge the success of CRM activities (e.g., market share, number and types of customers, revenue, profitability). OBJECTIVE: AIRTEL BUSINESS CHALLENGE Bharti AIRTEL needed to maximize its future flexibility and growth potential by adopting a business-driven framework for integration, allowing...
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  • Slums, Favelas, Ghettos and Shanty Towns: a Global Epidemic
    Often these informal settlements, herein called to as ‘slums’, refer to semi-legal or unsanctioned subdivisions of land within the urban sphere (The Challenge of Slums 197). One can find slums in one form or another in most parts of the world. Whether they be Brazilian Favela, shanty towns, gecekoudus...
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  • Lookeast Policy
    and near neighbours in Asia with greater intensity, against a backdrop of momentous strategic and economic changes and challenges in the country and the world. LEP had a strategic objective and an economic one. Though its immediate focus was on South East Asia, specifically the ASEAN countries, over time...
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  • Human Resource Management
    reviews as follows: Document no. 1: “ Third World Quarterly” by Jeff Haynes. He focuses on connections between globalization and comparative political analysis, i.e. “Convergence or Divergence?” Document no. 2: “The impacts of Globalization on Growth and Inequality in Less Developed Countries”...
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  • Design
    disenchantment among youth due to economic and political conditions in their communities. For example, the Arab Spring uprisings in the Middle East and North Africa in spring 2011 were generally focused on regime change as a means to address the economic challenges confronting young adults (Haseeb, 2011)...
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  • Asean Economic Community (Aec) 2015 and Its Implication on
    ASEAN Economic Community (AEC) 2015 and its implication on APEC[1] Kuboon Charumanee[2] The Association of Southeast Asian Nations (ASEAN) has been the representative of regional economic cooperation and integration among developing countries. As part of the structural changes of the world...
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  • The Emergence of China as a Superpower
    International trade and investment are looked as the key factors that can advance the world's social and environmental well-being when managed within a political framework. In the last decade the WTO has failed to achieve its goal and there was no solution. US has shown no interest to solve the WTO issues rather...
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  • The Impact of Information Communication Technology on Malaysia Communication Culture in the Era of Globalization
    technology proliferation happens in a structured progression, one after another. Technological improvements began to tangibly influence our way of life. Today, even primary schools are equipped with ICT teaching tools (i.e. laptops & LCDs). Nevertheless, ICT plays as a key enabler of globalization that changes...
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  • Foreign Direct Investment in Jordan
    overthrow monarchy in 1970. In the eighties Jordan embraced the two important Arab summits in 1980, and began the joint Arab economic, which encouraged the need for reform in the economic sectors in the Arab countries. The second in 1987, and this worked to re-join Arabic forces. King Hussein in 1988 permanently...
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    Entrepreneurship is a well-known and well-studied phenomenon today. Since the inception of the term ‘entreprendre' in French in the Middle Ages when it was translated as "between-taker or go between", entrepreneurship has received continuous and enormous attention in both scholarly and policy circles...
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  • Singapore Bg
    gSymbol of Singapore The lion head symbol was introduced in 1986 as an alternative national symbol of Singapore. The lion head was chosen as a logo, as it best captures the characteristics of Singapore's reputation as a Lion City. It is used in less formal occasions mainly to promote Singapore's national...
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  • Cross Cultural Mgmt
    | |4 |Economy of Vietnam |12 -15 | |5 |Political Philosophy of Vietnam |16 -18 | |6 |Languages in Vietnam ...
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  • Future Research on Human Resource Management
    First, it analyses the main issues discussed in the existing literature regarding HRM in the Asian context. Second, it highlights the critical challenges facing HRM function in the region. Third, along with the analysis, it presents an agenda for future research. Fourth, it presents a framework useful...
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     The Singaporization of the International Airlines’ Hospitality: The Case of Singapore International Airlines’ Spirit of Service Excellence Nour Eddine Chiadmi Associate Professor in Services Marketing & Tourism Management Groupe Sup de Co La Rochelle – CEREGE 102, rue des...
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  • Warfare Against Malaysia
    capturing Malacca in 1511, followed by the Dutch. However, it was British, who after initially establishing bases at Jesselton, Kuching, Penang and Singapore, ultimately secured their hegemony across the territory that is now Malaysia. [5] After that, Japanese invasion during World War II ended British...
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  • Myanma in Afta, Opportunities and Challenges
    joining in ASEAN. Following the participation in the ASEAN community and with the establishment of AFTA agreement signed on 28 January 1992 in Singapore, Myanmar oversights its opportunities in development through the link of commercial trading which allows the free flow of trade, labor and information...
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  • India’s Key Foreign Policy Issues
    achieving their domestic objectives will require the engagement of the international community. In recent years, India’s military, diplomatic and economic energies have expanded far beyond Nehru’s Non-Aligned position. But what does that mean for India, its region, and the United States? CURRENT SITUATION: ...
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  • Uncontrollable Environment Affecting Organizations, Affecting International Logistic Activities
    environment will negatively affect any organization effort, no matter which function it is and perhaps the objectivities and strategies of the business. Today, business is a global market. In one way or another, we are all closely connected. The logistics systems have had the result of shrinking the world...
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