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  • Recent Developments in the Emerging Markets of Latin America

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    Recent Developments in the Emerging Markets of Latin America 1. In the LAC region, growth is moderating after reaching a 24-year high in 2004. (Figure 26) Nonetheless, projected growth rates of about 4 percent in 2005 and 3¾ percent in 2006 are still well above historical averages. Recent growth performance has been supported by the continued strength of global commodity and raw material prices that have boosted terms of trade and exports receipts. Mexico and countries in South America have gained

  • Emerging Markets

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    Emerging Markets Definition: Emerging markets are some of the fastest growing economies in the world and represent countries that are experiencing a substantial economic transformation and lots of growth. Investing in these countries has lots of potential for big returns, but it also carries lots more risk than domestic investing. Emerging countries are listed below: 1. China 9. Chile 17. Malaysia 25. Taiwan 2. India

  • Emerging Markets

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    the quality & position there production as elite products, playing with the previous perception of inferior goods as in case of China. Sporting events in the past are not identified as a chariot for a sustainable growth, but today economies of the emerging countries exploit such opportunity in order to showcase the country as a prosperous & competing nation towards the world economy. Olympics 2008 acted a vehicle to sustain the financial crisis which otherwise could not have sustained this efficiently

  • A comparative study of market efficiency in emerging markets: performance of passively and actively managed funds.

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    global economic growth has become a factor of rising opportunities of emerging markets. According to the IMF, approximately 70% of Global GDP growth will be represented by emerging markets in the next 2-3 years, with India and China accounting for over half of that growth. Kawakastu (1999) shows United States investment in emerging markets grew from $138 million to $45 billion between 1985 and 1993. With this said, emerging markets thus provides robust opportunities for excess returns (alpha) and portfolio

  • Challenges Posed by Global Strategy in Pharmaceutical Industry

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    of paper ... ...ging countries Challenge from varying standards The US and the Europe are regulated markets with a higher quality/ standard requirements. The Indian and other emerging economies are less regulated with less stringent quality and efficacy requirements. These varying standards although push the case for focus on adaptation but adapting to different qualities for different markets in the drugs industry can work negatively for a pharmaceutical firm. For instance Ranbaxy has been hauled

  • Understanding Multinational Enterprises (MNE’s)

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    the world. 9. Reasons why companies would want to be a MNE. 10. Emerging market? • Developing countries on the rise. • Developing countries → Emerging markets. 11. Strategies adopted by emerging markets • Export strategy. • Licensing strategy. • Franchising strategy. • Strategic alliance with foreign partners. • Strategies of local companies in emerging markets. 12. Globalization of the beer markets in the emerging markets. 13. Reference/Bibliography.

  • Offshore Outsourcing

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    offshore outsourcing is the very well known clothing based company called Gap Inc. which outsources its production from Indonesia to reduce its cost & to gain an advantage in the global market. WESTERN COMPANIES: Brands like Armani, Polo, Nike, GAP etc. have their manufacturing unit in emerging markets like India, China, Thailand, etc. Cost reduction is one of the major reasons for western companies from U.S.A., U.K, France, countries to opt for outsourcing. Outsourcing of activities

  • The Importance Of Internationalization In The Time Of Globalization

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    In the time of globalization internationalization is becoming more relevant for company’s strategies. All companies look for the opportunities in expanding their markets. The main reasons for them are: growing further, creating shareholder value, accessing profit pool, tax barriers transposition, demonstration effects, diversification and sustaining long term competitiveness. Globalization created resources and organizations, which build a great supportive platform for companies to go abroad. Internet

  • The Global Economic Crisis

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    McKibbin and Stoeckel (1). Because its consequences have a very big impact to the whole world, many economists and scientist have tried to find the causes of the crisis; and some major causes have been emphasized are greed, the defection of the free market system, and the lack of prudent regulation and supervision. This essay will focus on the global imbalances, one of the most important causes of the current economic crisis. Many researchers have pointed out that the global imbalances are the root

  • The Impact Of The Rise Of Digital Technology On Business

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    where emerging technologies would greatly benefit the local economy and inhibit personal benefits. In contrast, the rise of these technologies can also impact negatively through globalization, risk to cultural identity and lack of infrastructure. At the core of this digital agenda, is the rise of a technology that could influence change and open an unknown world to developing organisations. Endless PC is the first simplified,