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    GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES A Project Report Presented to the Faculty of the School of Management & Entrepreneurship AURO University Surat In Partial Fulfilment Of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Business Administration Submitted by: KHUSHBOO CHANDAK Submitted to: Ms. JYOTI CHANDWANI ORGANIZATIONAL BEHAVIOUR March 2013 DEED OF DECLARATION I‚ __________________________________‚ hereby submit my research paper entitled _____________________________________________________

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    Removal of Fuel Subsidy in Malaysia Nur Nadhila Bt Mohd Robi Bachelor of Accounting Kulliyyah of Economics and Management Sciences International Islamic University Malaysia‚ Gombak English for Academic and Writing LE 4000 Section 2 Lecturer: Madam Mona Mazlinda bt Mokhtar 5th December 2012 Abstract Fuel subsidy is a portion of fuel price paid by the government to reduce the price burden on the consumers. Due to the rise in global market price and problems associated with the fuel subsidies

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    Export Subsidies

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    Export Subsidies Export subsidies are attempts by the government to interfere with the free flow of exports. They are payments to a firm or individual for shipping a good abroad. Similar to taxes‚ export subsidies can be specific (a fixed sum per unit) or ad valorem (a proportion of the value exported). Around the world‚ the export industry most frequently subsidized is agriculture. The stated reasoning for export subsidies varies depending upon the product and industry‚ but proponents frequently

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    Essay: Petrol subsidies in Nigeria Nigeria‚ an oil-abundant nation‚ produces two million of barrels of crude oil a day‚ though despite this‚ it relies solely on importation to sustain its refined-fuel needs. This is because its four refineries fail to function effectively and continue to operate beneath capacity. Governmental mismanagement and political corruption are some of the reasons why Nigeria’s refineries remain in this state. The Nigerian government therefore implemented subsidies in order

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    Sport subsidies in Hungary

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    organizations go bankrupt. But the problem with these state subsidies was that they slowed down the transformation of sport organizations into businesses because sport organizations could continue to rely on the money of the state without having to worry about finding different ways to make their own revenues. The current government introduced a new state subsidy program for the sports and I am going to analyze the effects this huge state subsidy could have on sport organizations‚ with special attention

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    Oil subsidy in India

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    Title of the paper Subsidy: Devising methods of reducing its impact on India’s Economy. Author: Muzaffar Khan Waris Sounak Sarkar Affiliation: Pursuing MBA (1st year) in Energy and Infrastructure at School of Petroleum Management. Address (Home): Muzaffar Khan Waris F-35‚ Mehar Manzil‚ Garden Reach Road‚ Kolkata-700024. Sounak Sarkar H-4‚ Rail Kunj

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    The Impact of Agricultural Subsidies The Impact of Agricultural Subsidies Many countries started to negotiate Doha Development Agenda under the World Trade Organization (WTO) in 2001. In July 2004‚ members in WTO reached agreement to make a reform in agriculture. One of focused things is to cut agricultural subsidies both in developed countries and developing countries. In recent several years‚ millions of people from both developed and developing countries give in response to eliminate

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    Farm Subsidies

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    at Farm Subsidies The current Farm Bill is set to expire in 2012 and in this climate of spending reductions and budget balancing‚ there has been a lot of talk about reducing or eliminating many farm subsidies. The purpose of this paper and my research is to see what if any impact the elimination of the commodity subsidies would have on the local farming economy. The objectives of this paper are to examine the history of farm subsidies‚ the current Farm Bill‚ various commodity subsidy programs

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    Lamanilao Subsidies – A Brief Introduction: The recent GATT says that both the least developed countries and developed countries should have some level playing field. Likewise it was discussed in the WTO accord that there should be the phasing out of farm subsidies. Subsidies come in many forms. The U.S. heavily subsidizes irrigations as well as compensates their farmers not to plant when there is market glut. The E.U. adopts a common agricultural policy where it supports farm subsidies. The E

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    considerably (including his own for $1 year) and went to work. With the government subsidy‚ Chrysler initiated a new‚ aggressive campaign and “…paid back the loans a full seven years ahead of their due date” (Cole‚ 2004‚ Method section‚ para 25). Chrysler – and Iacocca’s – success is an example of how government subsidies‚ when managed properly‚ are a positive action in the government. WHAT ARE GOVERNMENT SUBSIDIES Subsidies are‚ in its most basic terms‚ funds provided by the government or other party

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