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    A PROJECT REPORT ON “BUDGET” AT HINDUSTHAN NATIONAL GALSS AND INDUSTRY LTD. Submitted in the Partial Fulfillment of the Requirement for the Award of the Degree Of Master of Business Administration 2009-2011 UNDERGONE AT DEPARMENT OF FINAN
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  • Financial Assessment of the Beiersdorf Ag Compared to Competitors of the Global Consumer Goods Market.
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  • Analyzing Financial Analysts: What They Look for in Financial Reports and How They Determine Earnings' Quality
    Analyzing Financial Analysts: What They Look for in Financial Reports and How They Determine Earnings' Quality Carol M Graham, Mark V Cannice, Todd L Sayre. Journal of Management Research. New Delhi: Aug 2002. Vol. 2, Iss. 2; pg. 63, 10 pgs Abstract (Summary) The impact that financial analysts ha
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  • Goods & Service Tax
    Goods and Services Tax ("GST”) in India – Impact on IT Industry 1. What is GST? GST is a comprehensive value added tax levied on goods and services. In a GST regime, goods and services are not differentiated as they move through the supply chain. GST is typically levied on all transact
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    Goods and Services Tax Kanhaiya Lal Suthar* Gaurav Mandot* Abstract: In this Research paper, we have started with the introduction in general of GST and tried to highlight the objectives the proposed GST is trying to achieve. Thereafter, it has been discussed the possible challenges and threats;
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  • Rpm International Inc. vs. Henkel a Comprehensive Analysis of Annual Reports - 2008 and 2009
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    BUDGET 2005-2006   [Click to Download Budget 2005-2006 Part 1] [Click to Download Budget 2005-2006 Part 2] | Saifur places Tk 64,383 crore pre-polls budged keeping key focus on rural development Pace of reforms to be stepped up, good governance essential prerequisite A Tk 64,383 crore a
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  • Difficulties in Estimating Company's Value from External Reports
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  • Market Research: Consumer Goods
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    ABCs of Managing Enterprise Social Responsibility Sitakanta Sethy( Abstract Corporate or the Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises Social Responsibility as a multi-stakeholder initiative is very often taken as a compulsion rather by choice. While administering the local community and
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  • Analysis of Annual German and French Reports
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