Top 5 sectors contributing to Importsi
Current Trade % w.r.t. World Tradej
Selected Industry and Product Description: Pharmaceutical Industry, Atorvastatin Drug (Cholesterol Lowering Drug)
Existing Trade Relationships & Future Potential3:
Russia and European Union are Ukraine’s first and second largest trading partners.
Ukraine does not have a FTA with India yet, still India stands second in terms of Pharmaceuticals exports to Ukraine,
next to Germany.
Ukraine has a DCFTA and Most Favoured Nation treatment with Germany. In our business,
heart drugs exported from Germany or France can be a major competitor to our generic drug Atorvastatin.
Future potential of Ukraine’s trade relationships depend on how the economy develops in the next few months,
and European Bank for Reconstruction and Development
which will help Ukraine develop high quality medicines at cheaper prices compared to prices of imported drugs,
and also assist pharma companies reach international standards.
Reasons for Selection of the Product:
Demand Analysis: Key Points4
Ukraine ranks 2nd in the world for Heart Disease a. About 60% of the deaths in Ukraine are heart related b....
Assignment Topic: Characterstics Of Business
Course Code: ITB 101
Everything has some own characteristics, Business has also If we look the definition of business: Business means being busy, it is a process of producing and exchanging goods and services with a view to make profit. From this definition we have find One characteristics that is Profit, Business has more characteristics, Now we are going to discuss below
Characteristics of Business:
Business has some basic & own characteristics. Like as-
Expectation of profit:- Every organization must have the expectation of profit. Making profit is an essential characteristic of business, According to F.H. Knight: “Profit is reward for bearing the risk and uncertainty” The primary aim of business is to earn profits. Profits are essential for the survival as well as growth of the business, Profit is the biggest stimulus for maintaining the continuity of business. The hope of making a good profit attracts men of ability to business.
Legality:- Business activities must have to be legal, Earning profit through the illegal way is not called business. Profits must, however, be earned through legal and fair means. Business should never exploit society to make money....
...ACCG350 Financial Statement Analysis
Semester 1, 2013 Lecture Notes Week 1Introduction, Management Communication and Corporate Governance (Chapter 1 & 12) By Charlene Chen
• Introduction: Unit Guide
– Assessment – How to study
• Overview of Financial Statement Analysis (FSA) • Communication with Investors • Introduction of Corporate Governance
– Business Analysis and Valuation, 1st AsiaPacific edition, by Palepu, Healy, Bernard, Wright, Bradbury and Lee
• Teaching Staff
– – – – – – Unit Convenor/Lecturer: Charlene Chen Lecturer: Meiting Lu Lecturer: Philip Sinnadurai Tutor: Brian Millanta Tutor: Guillaume Babille Tutor: Ka Wai (Stanley) Choi
• Enquiries: sent to ACCG350@mq.edu.au ONLY
Unit Guide (cont’d)
– Assessed coursework 15%
• 10% weekly tutorial assignment (2.5%*4’, randomly collect) • 5% in-class exercises (5%*2’, the best result counts)
– Group Assignment 25%
• 5% presentation (week 8 & 9) • 20% report (due by 4 pm Thursday, 23rd May)
– Final Exam 60%
• 3 hours duration, both calculative and theory questions
• For further information, please refer to Unit Guide and Assessment Guide
Introductory comments on how to study
• Read Unit Guide for details of assessment regime. • Lecture Notes are only a...
BUSINESS IN THE INTERNATIONAL ECONOMY
ASSIGNMENT – 1
PART – A
1. If demand price elasticity measures 5,this implies that consumers would:
2. Economic profit is:
3. In the long run, a monopolistic competitive firm will operate at a price that:
4. Which of the following would NOT be considered an example of foreign direct investment (FDI)?
5. In terms of international business, market globalization can be viewed as a ------------.
6. Which of the following statements is true about the firm-level consequence of market globalization?
7. Peter, a graduate student from Michigan, ordered a notebook from Opus Inc., an American MNC manufacturing and selling computers and related products. The notebook that Peter ordered from Michigan was assembled in Opus ‘factory in Taipei. This exemplifies the ----------- stage in the international value chain.
8. A born global firm is defined as -------------.
9. Which of the following is characteristic of collectivist societies?
10. Titania is a country characterized by a high-context culture. This implies that ---------.
PART – B
a. Discuss the impact of market globalization on consumer lifestyles and preferences around the world. Provide examples to illustrate your answer?...
... In order for an organization to be successful they must hire and retain talented and productive employees to keep the business going strong. In order to ensure that the organization is hiring the correct employee the business must come up with an organized plan, or a pre-hiring assessment plan to properly screen all potential candidates for the job. According to an online article from A&R Associates, interviews alone cannot properly screen a potential hire, the interview is only about twenty five percent accurate in placing the proper individual (A&R Associates, 2013).
If an organization was in the process of hiring for the open position of the President of a major retail store chain they would want to ensure they had a thorough pre-hire assessment plan prior to accepting applications or conducting any interviews. Obviously this position is at the top of the chain and very important to the organization's success. Therefore, it is very important that the company does its homework up front and increases the chances of hiring the right person the first time.
The first step to ensuring the organization is ready to hire the position of President is to employ a job modeling methodology which will be utilized to identify personal competencies that are required to perform the specific job that is being hired (Fisher, 2011). Ensuring this is accomplished from the start will allow the company to run a comparison between different job...
jchfjcjvjcjvjvhvjvj j j As a salon owner, you may run into issues that require you to step back and examine your own policies, standard operating procedures and ethics. Every time we learn, every time we go through change, we have an opportunity to improve. By approaching each challenge as it arises with a cool head, reason and patience, you give yourself, your business and your staff an opportunity to grow from a challenging experience.
After you are able to gather whatever resources necessary to help you handle an issue facing your salon, your ethics and general operating philosophy will continue to evolve as you as an owner lay out policies and guidelines for what is acceptable and not acceptable. It will be your responsibility to communicate and demonstrate personally to those working with you and for you what your expectations are. But it’s always important to remain open to every situation that arises and trust your instincts that you will do the right thing.
Here are some pointers for managing ethical issues and conflict when it arises at your own salon.Confront the source directly.
Too often business owners, regardless of industry, circumnavigate the problem because confrontation can be uncomfortable and sometimes messy, but it’s the only real solution to a problem. To deal with any form of conflict or dilemma, it’s best to approach it head-on. Is there a specific staff member for which you need to address behavioral issues or...
...and Hieroglyphics, a written
language using drawings
Notes are the use of symbols that code for thoughts
Photography records an image produced with light just as our
eye records an image in our mind
Two scientific processes needed for
photography to happen
Creation of Optics
Light Sensitive response
Chemicals (Silver Halides)
Silicon Chips (CCD or CMOS)
Camera contains these items
Early Pin-hole camera with no film for permanently
recording an image
Some cameras have no glass optics
Focal Length: 125mm
Exposure Time: 3 seconds
Super Wide Angle
Equivalent to a 18mm lens
on a 35mm camera.
Equivalent to a 27mm
lens on a 35mm camera.
Normal or 1:1
Equivalent to a 55mm
lens on a 35mm camera.
Equivalent to a 82mm
lens on a 35mm camera.
The Light Sensitive Media
Light interacts and creates chemical change
The changes are not all sufficiently:
Early successful media used wet silver halides process:
Daguerreotype: a positive on copper
coated with a thin layer of silver
Calotype: a paper negative that could be used to
create a positive. Useful for making copies
Silver halides continue to be the chemicals used to create the
latent image in modern films
The Light Sensitive Media
Many improvements were made
Collodion process: a wet process that reduced exposure
times to two or three seconds and was cheaper