• F585 Global Economy
    exports demanded and, thus, result in an increase in export revenues. A further consequence of a competitive devaluation is that the weaker currency will make imports appear more expensive. This could lead domestic consumers and businesses to switch their expenditure from imports to domestic...
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  • Asian Paints
    maintaining its original beauty. One important point to be remembered while painting is that no paint file is stronger than the surface on which it is applied. Surface defects like rising, dampness, leakages, cracks, microbial growth etc. should be well attended to before taking up the painting job. Post...
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  • Macroeco.....
    the households for the goods and services creates money flow. By combining the goods and money flows we get a circular flow. In reality, there are leakages from and additions to the circular flows of income and expenditure. They are also called as withdrawals and injections. A withdrawal is the...
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  • Hitory of Textile Industry in Bangladesh
    requirement of the industry. For this reason denationalization of the textile and apparel market situation has changed dramatically in Bangladesh. Today, approximately 80% of the foreign exchange revenue generated by textile, apparel and garments industry in Bangladesh. The textile and garments...
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  • Water
    . Profile of WS office of Tarcha town 2010 --------------------------------58 Table 4.10: Revenue - Expenditure Percentage Gap of WS Office of the Tarcha Town ----------------------------------------------------------59 Table: 4.11. Household participation to improve water supply...
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  • It Risk Analysis Case Study
    to change the hard disk and upload all the information on to it. If any of the above mentioned, keep happening in a short interval of time it could result in reducing revenue or can even lead to closure of the organisation and bankruptcy. Data Classification (authentication) When being...
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  • Csr of Dutch Lady Milk Industries Berhad
    production capacity by investing more money, and thus has a possibility of affecting Dutch Lady Berhad’s revenue. Apart from this, Fonterra Brands (M) Sendirian Berhad focuses on the growth of its high-performing brands such as Anmum, Fernleaf and Anlene in order to raise innovation and marketing...
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  • Emerging Business Models
    .............................................................................. 15 2. 3 Business Models Defined .................................................................................................. 17 2.3.1 Revenue model Innovation...
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  • Challenges to Collect Property Taxes in Bangladesh
    taxation from its past British and Pakistani rulers. The system, however, developed on the basis of generally accepted canons and there had been efforts towards rationalizing the tax administration for optimizing revenue collection, reducing tax evasion and preventing revenue leakage through system loss...
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  • Private Banking
    technical leakages, are not as simple to implement as banks initially think. They hope to see a 10-15 bp impact on revenue margins, but frontline resistance and limitations in establishing transparency frequently hamper such efforts. It is also difficult to maintain momentum in pricing projects...
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  • Residents Attitude
    certain degree of change. Once a destination becomes popular without any prior planning or preparation, the rapid development causes negative social, cultural, environmental impacts, and even adverse economic impacts (e.g., leakages, unfairness of benefits distribution, and foreign ownership; United...
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  • Eco-Tourism: an Investigation Into the Conceptual Framework and Policy Requirements for Its Growth in Bangladesh
    revenues to the local community which are sufficient for local people to value, and therefore, protect their wildlife and heritage areas (Fairbrain et al, 1998). By nature, ecotourism is dependant upon a number of “eco” resources, e.g. natural, cultural and heritage resources (Fairbrain et al, 1998...
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  • Tax in Bangladesh
    auditing and collection enforcement. A functional approach will provide a cross-checking across units reducing opportunities for revenue leakages. South Korea has been largely benefited when they changed their organizational structure to a functional structure consisting of three main arms: collection...
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  • Construction Economics
    income approach. Therefore, we exclude from the accounts the following items: * Transfer payments * Private Transfers of money from one individual to another * Income that is not registered with the Inland Revenue iii) The Output Method This measures the value of output produced by...
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  • Sez Protection in Navi Mumbai
    grounded for close to four years as the promoters were not able to meet the government requirement of contiguity within the composite zone. The government was concerned that lack of contiguity might lead to revenue leakages as products meant for exports could be smuggled to the local market. SEZs...
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  • Perceptions of Tourism Related Responsibility of the Stakeholders in a Tourist Destination: Empirical Evidences
    organizations in particular are the beneficiaries of tourism as well. They are either benefitted directly or indirectly through the multiplier effect. The revenue and expenditure of governments in destinations are influenced by state of tourism industry. Government is also concerned with economic...
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  • Internet and Ebusiness
    : Analyse the functions of client servers and browsers, and the role of the search engine. 19 3.1: illustrate the different e-business models that can be used to generate revenue for a business. 21 3.2: Analyse each model in terms of its capacity to generate revenues. 23 3.3: Report on...
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  • Sustainable Enterprise-Monistoring System on Samsung Electronics (Samsung Sdi)
    50,000 employees working in R&D department by 2010. Every year SECL invests around 9% of its sales revenue in R&D and also invests in hiring and training the top notch professionals and produces different trends and technologies in offering greatest benefits to the customers. It has 18 R&D centres...
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  • Customer Relationship Management
    relationship with its customers and therefore, CRM becomes even more essential. According to CRM Forecast.com, the revenue of CRM software industry in 2008 is about US$ 8.9 billion and it is being projected to increase to 13.3 billion in 2012. (CRMforecast.com, 2009) This illustrates that now the concept of...
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  • Student
    correlate with the income/revenue of tourism establishments. As such, a progressive tax in the form of a Goods and Sales Tax would be most appropriate to increase revenue from tourism without unduly placing a heavy tax burden on resorts and hotels. In order to reduce leakage from the workforce, more...
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