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ESTABLISHMENT OF A PRINTING SHOP IN THAI NGUYEN CITY
An Undergradute Feasibility Study
Presented to
UNIVERSITY OF RIZAL SYSTEM
In partial fulfillment of the Requirement for the Degree
Bachelor of Science Business Administration major in Financial Management
HOÀNG THU HẰNG (JENNY)
HOÀNG THỊ BÍCH HOÀN ( MARY 2 )
June 2011ii
APPROVAL SHEET
This undergraduate feasibility study entitled ESTABLISHMENT OF A PRINTING
SHOP IN THAI NGUYEN CITY, prepared and submitted by Hoàng Thu
Hằng(Jenny) and Hoàng Thị Bích Hoàn (Mary 2) in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of Science in Business Administration major in Financial Management, is hereby recommended for approval. JENNELYN G MERCADO, MBA Date Adviser
Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirements for the degree Bachelor of
Science in Business Administration major in Financial Management by the Oral
Examination Committee. Member Member
Chairman
Accepted in partial fulfillment of the requirement for the degree Bachelor of
Science in Business Administration major in Financial Management. GRENELITA DC. BILBAO, DBA Date Dean, College of Business and Commerceiii
ACKNOWLEDGMENT
The researchers would like to express their profound gratitude and sincere appreciation to all, especially to those kind hearted people who extended their assistance, prayers and time for the completion and realization of this feasibility study.
PROF. GRENELITA DC. BILBAO, Dean of College of Business for the encouragement and moral support that she showed to all Vietnamese students;
DR. NGUYEN TUAN

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