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Exploring Club Goods and Membership Fees - INTRODUCTION: Public goods are goods that are neither excludable, nor rival in consumption. Excludability refers to the extent to which the good consumed is limited to certain groups of consumer, and rival refers to the extent the consumption of a particular good limits the consumption of others who wants to consume that particular good. However, some goods have both characteristics, these goods are called pure public goods, while others have either of the characteristics, and are referred to as quasi-public goods; club goods, local public goods, common resources....   [tags: Public Goods vs Club Goods]
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The Carriage of Goods Act - The most important article of the Carriage of Goods Act is read as follows: "Subject to the provisions of Article 4, the carrier shall properly and carefully load, handle, stow, carry, keep, care for, and discharge the goods carried." Though this is considered very important, this passage is in fact the least considered article. This statement tackles about obligation of a carrier, not just to deliver the cargo successfully, but also to “carry the load with care.” The Act provides that every “bill of lading” shall effect subject to the Act’s provisions given that there is an evidence of a contract of carriage of goods by the sea from the US to other places in foreign trade....   [tags: Foreign Trade, Sea, Goods]
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Good and Services: The Law on the Sale of Goods - ... The sale of goods by description is made when the words of description appeared in the misrepresentation who induced HML to purchased light fittings from FL because they are described as being energy efficient and additionally bulbs will last at least 7 years lifespan. Arcos v Ranaason [1933] AC 470 Re Moore & Landauer [1921] 2 KB 519 s14 Besides, where seller sells goods in the course of a business, goods supplied under the contract are of satisfactory quality. According to the facts given in the question, FL confirmed a fault in the manufacturing process caused the goods to fail sooner than the description of at least 7 years lifespan....   [tags: remedies, sale of goods act] 1654 words
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Crime of Fashion: Counterfeiting Goods in the Fashion Industry - ... Buttons on designer items should have the brand’s logo, if appropriate; real leather have an irregular texture while fake have consistent pattern; fastenings on luxury handbags are heavy, glide easily, and often have a matte finish (nerdgraph.com and dontybuyfakes.com). Consumers should consider the negative part of purchasing counterfeit goods and be more aware of the product they want to purchase. Paris has been the staple city for many luxury items for women. Brands like Chanel and Louis Vuitton have derived from that city....   [tags: creativity, goods, industry] 2652 words
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The Markets In White Goods Industry - In all ındustry, the marketing strategy has an important role of the markets success. Marketing issues involve lots of things such as pricing, advertising, product features, etc. All of them creates a whole which determines the market's quality and position in the industry. We can choose an industry, evaluate their marketing issues and compare them for be able to understand the competitive analysis. For example, lets choose white goods sector. Regal is one of the best in this industry, whereas the Delongi Bosphorus can be regarded from the one of lowest quality brands....   [tags: Marketing Strategy, Market Success]
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What are Fair Trade Goods - Fair Trade goods are products that bear a logo which come from farmers and workers who are reasonably compensated. Fair trade helps farmers in developing countries build sustainable businesses that positively influence their communities. Fair Trade USA is a nonprofit organization, but instead of charity they teach disadvantaged communities how to use the free market to their advantage. With Fair Trade USA, the money you spend on day-to-day goods can improve an entire community’s day-to-day lives....   [tags: farmers, businesses, minimum price] 733 words
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Auctioned Goods and Employee Conctracts - Is there any statutory guaranteed available for goods bought at auction. • There are no statutory guarantees available at traditional auction using auctioneer if the goods purchased do not fit for the purpose, do not correspond with the description and do not have an acceptable quality. (ACL s 2) • If consumers bought a product at Australian business through online auction, they are eligible to complain and request for a refund if the product misled the consumers about its features or hidden prices and charges....   [tags: Statutory Guarantees, Injunction, Damages] 1123 words
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Sale of Goods Act - A Section 13 (1) of the sale of goods act provides that where a good is sold by description the good must correspond with the description. The description of the good should be accurate and if the goods do not match the description the buyer is entitled to a remedy. This implied term only applies to goods sold solely by description and does not apply where the buyer inspects the goods before the purchase . In Harlington & Leinster v Christopher Hull Fine Art the buyer obtained a painting for £6,000....   [tags: buyer, slaves, seller]
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Transportation of Traded Goods - As the American economy depends on producers and customers all over the world to transport equipment, parts, and freight successfully over the next 30 years. It is expected that the bulk of the tonnage will be transported through the U.S. ports. The U.S. government should be a catalyst for innovations within intermodal transportation, because there needs to be a control mechanism when dealing with any (i.e. buy/sell/ trade). The free market economy highlight systems, which focus on individual liberty to deploy their talents to invest in resources in whatever profession, or initiative that they choose without any rules governing their moves within the free market (Coyle 2003)....   [tags: consumers, free market, government] 745 words
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Collective Goods - The international community is made up of many state actors that contribute in some form or other to establish a world that can establish key public goods. When more than one nation is trying to come together to achieve their collective goods, the nation may be confronted with a number of issues. There are times when the countries may need to come together to make decisions in specific topics like global warming, ozone depletion, space exploration amongst many other issues that require group attention (Stiles p269)....   [tags: International Community, The Kyoto Protocol] 1498 words
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Buying Local-Made Goods - Australians should only buy Australian-made goods because it helps to boost the economic. Research has confirmed that every £10 spent on locally supplied goods generates £25 for the local economy thus helping other local enterprises, creating more economic activity, local jobs and making other local services more viable ( Winter, 2007, 12). Many consumers believe that buying Australian goods may benefit the Australian economy and are in favour of imposing higher tariffs to reduce the Australian import penetration (Fisher & Bryan, 1997, 7)....   [tags: Economics]
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Carriage of Goods by Sea Summative Assessment - Carriage of goods by sea summative assessment 1. The introduction of incorporation clause The bill of lading under a charterparty is just a certificate of receipt for the charterer, the bill of lading is not to be seen as a contract of carriage of goods by sea due to the relationship between the shipowner and charterer under a charterparty. When the bill of lading issued by the shipowner is transferred to a third party by the charterer, the right-obligation relationship between the shipowner and the bill of lading indorsee will be effected by the international conventions that related to the bill of lading....   [tags: maritime shipping paperwork, procedures]
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The Meaning of the Term Goods - The Meaning of the Term Goods People now days have become more demanding and their needs have multiplied and become more complicated . This is one of the reasons why new products, new goods are being introduced into the market every single day, in order to satisfy the costumer’s wants or needs . What can be defined as a good and what as a need or a want. A want, a need is the unpleasant feeling of insufficiency that a person has and is accompanied by the effort to neutralize it....   [tags: Papers] 927 words
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Sales of Illegal Goods on the Internet - Sales of Illegal Goods on the Internet With the increase of on-line crimes and fraud, stricter laws must be placed on the sale of such problematic items as guns, prescription drugs, and human blood and organs over the Internet. The selling of these and other items has created many problems in recent months. Most of these items are auctioned online through popular sites such as e-bay. This is a somewhat complicated issue due to the fact that they are many conflicting opinions. In addition, the laws for and against the marketing of these products online are very uncertain....   [tags: Papers] 741 words
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Benefits of Impure Public Goods on Marine Biodiversity Preservation - Systems of “impure public goods” are touted as offering a blend of private and public interests, preventing exploitation while still allowing these resources to be accessible to the public. In the field of marine biodiversity, this is important because it can potentially prevent resources from being exploited and/or species from becoming eradicated. The idea of public goods offers a system that is subject to external forces and internal mechanisms, and despite its negative and positive impacts remains a system worth investigating for the purposes of marine preservation....   [tags: public interests, marine biodiversity]
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Exploring Sponsorship Strategies for Sporting Goods Brands in China - Exploring Sponsorship Strategies for Sporting Goods Brands in China Introduction As is well known, nowadays sponsorship takes an increasingly important role in sport revenue. The situation is that, sporting goods brands, including Nike, Adidas and Puma, enjoy high returns by high-investigate sponsorship. “The attitude toward both sponsors is significantly influenced by sponsorship awareness, while the attitude toward the sponsor was the strongest predictor of purchase intentions” (Rui Biscaia, Abel Correia, and Antonio Fernando Rosado, 2013)....   [tags: sport industry revenue] 1783 words
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Positive Trends in Emerging Markets for Luxury Goods - Opportunities: Large Market for luxury goods and positive trends in emerging markets Trends that control the global luxury goods market are globalization, consolidation, and diversification (Tavoulari 1). Globalization is a result of the increased availability of these goods, additional luxury brands, and an increase in tourism. Consolidation involves the growth of big companies and ownership of brands across many divisions of luxury products. LVMH is one example, demonstrating to be one of the top luxury companies that dominate the market in segments ranging from luxury drinks to fashion and cosmetics....   [tags: brands, sales, pricing] 1886 words
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Goods and Services Tax Imposed on Sales in Singapore - Goods and Service Tax, commonly abbreviated as GST, is defined as a consumption tax imposed on the sale of most goods and services. It also includes taxes imposed on all imports into Singapore. The main objective of implementing GST is to lower the corporate income and personal tax rates, along with shifting the reliance from the normal direct taxes to indirect taxes. This tax implementation would be lucrative for attracting many international investors while at the same time maintaining a sustainable economic growth that would create more job opportunities....   [tags: exports, product, retail] 741 words
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CPI: Fluctuation of Price of Goods and Services in a Country - The CPI in the United States is defined by the Bureau of Labor Statistics as "a measure of the average change over time in the prices paid by urban consumers for a market basket of consumer goods and services." So basically the CPI is an indication of the fluctuation of price of goods and services in the country. Each country has their own CPI index whether it’s the U.S., Canada or UK. Calculating CPI is not very complicated it is simply done by getting the numbers of change in price of the fixed price of goods....   [tags: Inflation, Deflation, Economy] 1074 words
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Online Shopping is a Great Way to Purchase Goods and Services - In our technologically savvy world, it can be said that the internet conquers the social and economic status of every country and its individuals. In this exciting point of time, online shopping is not an uncommon term used. Online shopping is described as the process of purchasing products and services from merchants worldwide over the internet (WiseGEEK, n.d.). Online shopping is also sometimes referred to as e-commerce in the business world. Online shopping is so revolutionary, that it has single-handedly changed the entire norms of a society....   [tags: technology, savvy word]
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PEST Analysis of Indian Consumer Goods Retailing Market - Introduction India is world’s second most populated country with over 1.2 billion people. Since its independence from British rule in 1947, the country has been more or less been a stable democracy. Until 1991 Indian governments imposed economic austerity and its markets were comparatively closed to the world. Economic reforms in 1991 brought about a change which made India an attractive and huge market for multinational corporations from all over the world (Joshi 8). Retail industry within a globalized world is one of the thriving and profitable sectors....   [tags: glabal issues, population, india]
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Luxurious Goods: Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey - Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey Louis Vuitton Moet Hennessey is most appealing to me because of the company’s capability to produce luxurious goods in a number of categories. Better known as LVMH, the company strives to be the best that it can be in many nations throughout the globe. This company sets the standards for what all businesses should strive for in terms of success, and their luxurious products have risen to the top of their class in every category that LVMH is in. The company specializes in a number of different industries, as it consists of 60 subsidiaries that each have their own brand (“The Beginnings”)....   [tags: business, Belvedere, Dom Perignon]
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Cost of Goods Sold - A figure of cost of goods sold reflecting the cost of the product or good that a company sells to generate revenue, appearing on the income statement, as an expense. Also, referred to as “cost of sales”. It is essentially a cost of doing business, such as the amount paid to purchase raw materials in order to manufacture them into finished goods. For example, if a $10 widget costs $6 to make, then the cost of goods sold is $6 per widget. That is, the cost of goods sold is equal to the beginning inventory plus the cost of goods purchased during some period minus the ending inventory....   [tags: essays research papers] 1086 words
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Household Goods Movement System - Household Goods Movement System Did you ever wonder what went into the process of a household goods move. United Van Lines, a subsidiary of UNIGROUP, Inc. is the undisputed leader among American movers, with a market share approaching 24 percent (inbound Logistics). Internationally, United offers regular service to, from, and among 125 countries around the world, as well as all 50 states of the union and Puerto Rico. Currently, more than 200 agency and agency groups each generate at least $1 million in business during the course of the average business year....   [tags: Papers] 1747 words
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Worldly Goods - Worldly Goods Lisa Jardine has written a very comprehensive, easy to read, book. The book, Worldly Goods, is a history of the Renaissance. The book provides interesting insights on culture, art, music, science, business, and human relations during the renaissance. Beginning by examining art as the consumer good that it was, Jardine constructs a cultural history of the Renaissance. She presents the facts in an easy to follow, well constructed way. The most important point the book is making is as follows: The pursuit of material goods and valuable possessions, including religious and secular art, was a defining characteristic of the Renaissance period....   [tags: Papers] 1988 words
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Consumer Goods - Consumer Goods A few years ago I was walking around my old hometown, Portland, Oregon. I walked past a basketball court full of teens wearing Ambercrombie shirts and Nike shoes. "Bro, why don't you get some of these cool clothes, rather than that boring and odd shirt you have on. one of them said to me. "No, thanks. I like what I have on." I wasn't going to let them persuade me to waste my money on expensive popular clothing when I already liked what I was wearing. As you can see by my experience, many Americans, especially high school students, shop to "look cool" by wearing popular clothing....   [tags: miscellaneous] 1198 words
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pirating goods - Pirating goods A man walks into a movie theater buys a ticket and takes his seat. He sits in the back row as not to disturb anyone with his large hat. The movie finishes and one hour later I’m watching the movie “God bless the INTERNET” According to Hoovers online Business network more then 800 billion dollars was spent last year on Software, Music, Movies and games. Now that’s a lot of money. I’m going to show you how to download all those things that people spent 800 Billion dollars on last year for free....   [tags: essays research papers] 581 words
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Austrailian GST (Goods and Services Tax) - Austrailian GST (Goods and Services Tax) The GST (Goods and Services Tax) proposed by the Howard government is a new tax which plans to add ten percent to the cost of every item purchased whether it be a car or a pen with only a few exceptions. The tax set to commence on July 1 2000 may still not become a reality if the senate does not have a majority vote on the issue. The VAT (Value Added Tax) of the United Kingdom is much the same tax adding seventeen and a half percent to all goods and services (although there are exceptions)....   [tags: essays papers]
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LVMH: Diversification Strategy into Luxury Goods - LVMH: Diversification Strategy into Luxury Goods Strategic Issues      By 2002, Moet Hennessy Louis Vuitton was the world’s largest luxury products company, enjoying annual sales of 12.2 billion euros. LVMH carries the most prestigious brand names in wine, champagne, fashion, jewelry, and perfume. Upon entrance of this luxury product industry, LVMH was aware that they produced products that nobody needed, but that were desired by millions across the world. This desire in some way fulfills a fantasy, making consumers feel as though they must buy it, or else they will not be in the moment, and thus will be left behind....   [tags: CGSE Business Management Strategic Essays] 1494 words
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Paying for International Environmental Public Goods by Rodrigo Arriagada and Charles Perrings - In this paper, I will base on articles, Paying for International Environmental Public Goods and Economic Incentives and Wildlife Conservation to discuss what an impure public good is, the types of externalities associated with impure public goods, the technology of public good supply, and the types of economic incentives (positive and negative) that are created for impure public goods with different technologies of public good supply. According to Paying for International Environmental Public Goods, which is written by Rodrigo Arriagada and Charles Perrings, it mainly discusses how to prevent international environmental public goods (IEPG)....   [tags: wild life exploitation, conservation]
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A New, Improved Way to Package Goods for Transport with Liner Shipping - ... To maintain market share, the firm needs to keep pace with the growth rate of the others. A firm seeking to expand its market share needs to expand more aggressively than the rival firms. Hence, companies with different growth strategy may have different response to the capacity growth of other companies. In modelling growth, it is clear that mergers and acquisitions positively influence growth, at least initially, and depending on the size of the acquisition, it can have significant contribution to market concentration....   [tags: financial, supply, vessels]
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India's Small and Medium Enterprises Export Goods Around the World - ... Furthermore, the ability of different sectors to withstand the impact is not the same. For instance, the IT sector having higher margins than the handicrafts sector, can relatively withstand the adverse impact of the appreciation of the rupee to a greater level. 1. Impact on exporters: Currency fluctuation impact exporters significantly. Appreciation of currency adversely impacts exporters while depreciation benefits exporters. 2. Impact on importer: Currency appreciation or depreciation impacts importers too in the opposite way i.e....   [tags: financial, risks, hedging] 2100 words
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Why Do Poor People Waste Money on Luxury Goods? - “OMG”. You see that black young gal coming out of that Mercedes Benz. Oh. And she has on a Dolce & Gabbana dress. I wish I was like her” said a nosey Bahamian woman. “Don’t let dem materialistic tings fool ya girl, that’s Shirley’s daughter who live Bain town with both her parents, that’s all for show cuz she just got her a-sue money so she flaunting, watch next week you will see her in a lancer” said another lady. The world we live in, people judge you based on your appearance; so there’s no better way than to prove to those that you are living well than with luxurious possessions....   [tags: mercedes, clothes, worth] 1009 words
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From Goods to a Good Life: Intellectual Property and Global Justice - This reading for this week was From Goods to a Good Life: Intellectual Property and Global Justice by Madhavi Sunder. The reading I chose to put into convocation with the first article was The Public Domain: Enclosing the Commons of the Mind by James Boyle. In Sunder’s chapter on “Fair Culture”, she specifically references Lessig’s Free Culture, saying that it is insufficient, thereafter extending its claims. Sunder attempts to extend and slightly modify Lessig’s idea by incorporating a thorough analysis of culture and the inequalities in people’s ability to claim intellectual property rights into her argument....   [tags: Madhavi Sunder article review] 557 words
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Analyzing the Marketing of Rehabilitation Goods & Services and The Dis - The Marketing of Rehabilitative Goods and Services by Gary L. Albrecht was written with the intention of giving its reader a better understanding of who has the most to gain in the business of rehabilitative services. One position states that the institutions benefit most, while others feel it is the consumer who has the most to gain. The main controversy discussed in this article is the usage of marketing strategies for rehabilitative health care institutions to increase sales and raise profit margins on service that was once provided pro bono....   [tags: essays research papers] 2083 words
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Population Growth Equals Greater Demand of Goods - The prices for these luxury goods are getting more expensive rather than cheaper, so why are these sales escalating. Population growth is one possibility as the greater the population, the greater the demand. Society today is based on the fundamental concept of supply and demand. If the demand increases the quantity supplied will rise. If the demand decreases the quantity supplied will diminish. However, the fluctuation in demand for all products is based on numerous factors such as price, population, income, advertising and more influential than price, taste....   [tags: Economics] 755 words
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Exploring Greeks' Contact with Eastern Peoples and Goods - Exploring Greeks' Contact with Eastern Peoples and Goods In the past, historians have had a tendency to separate Greek Society from the rest of the world, however contemporary scholars now recognise the need to not only place Greece within a global context but to also consider the interactions between neighbouring civilisations and their consequences. Evidence suggests that after the fall of the Myceneaens, the Ionians were driven out of Greece by the returning Dorians and forced to set up colonies in the surrounding areas[1]....   [tags: Papers] 1677 words
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Analysis of The Logic of Collective Action Public Goods and The Theory of Groups by Mancur Olson - Analysis of The Logic of Collective Action Public Goods and The Theory of Groups by Mancur Olson Mancur Olson, wrote The Logic of Collective Action Public Goods and The Theory of Groups, throughout the book Olson discusses such topics rationality, group size and group behaviour, public goods, free rider, collective action problem, and selective incentives. Olson’s world-renowned book is full of useful knowledge and opinion concerning world politics. After reading this valuable text I feel both enlightened and baffled concurrently....   [tags: Papers] 735 words
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India's Growing Prosperity Opens Up A New Market For Luxury-Goods Firms - At the end of the 19th century, India's maharajahs discovered a Parisian designer called Louis Vuitton and flooded his small factory with orders for custom-made Rolls-Royce interiors, leather picnic hampers and modish polo-club bags. But after independence, when India's princes lost much of their wealth, the orders dried up. Then in 2002 LVMH, the world's largest luxury-goods group, made a triumphant return to India, opening a boutique in Delhi and another in Mumbai in 2004. Its target was the new breed of maharajah produced by India's liberalised economy: flush, flash, and growing in number....   [tags: India Economy Luxury Market] 1626 words
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EU Regulation 608/2013 Strengthen Customs Authorities’ Ability to Take Action Against Counterfeits - EU Regulation 608/2013 strengthens customs authorities’ ability to take action against counterfeits 1. Background A new EU Regulation 608/2013 concerning customs enforcement of intellectual property rights entered into force as of 1 January 2014, repealing the previous Regulation 1383/2003/EC. The aim of the New Regulation is to strengthen the powers of customs authorities to detain suspected counterfeit and pirated goods at EU borders. Under the previous Regulation, it was also possible to prevent goods infringing certain intellectual property rights from entering into the EU, with trademarks, copyright, design rights and patents being the main rights protected....   [tags: Law, Goods, Pirated] 2567 words
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Financial Managment: Types of Inventory Used by TATA Motors - INVENTORY MANAGEMENT OF TATA MOTORS TATA MOTORS: COMPANY PROFILE Tata Motors Limited one of the largest Indian automobile company is the leader in the commercial vehicle segment and in passenger vehicles. Its revenues could be consolidated to INR 1,88,818 crores (USD 34.7 billion) in 2012-13. It is also the world's fifth largest truck manufacturer and fourth largest bus manufacturer. TYPES OF INVENTORY USED BY TATA MOTORS: 1. FINISHED GOODS INVENTORY Finished goods refer to that number of cars manufactured that are anticipating sales to the customer....   [tags: automobile company, goods, services] 2040 words
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Is it Possible to Harmonise International Trade? - For many years, there have been several attempts in the harmonisation of international trade. Unfortunately, sales of international goods are very complex and this leads to great difficult in unifying trade law. People have tried to create universal laws to mend shipping issues, seller to buyer relationships and fraud, however, there is still no global international trade law. So far, with every attempt, it becomes clearer that nations have conflicting ideologies or viewpoints and hinders the progression of global harmonisation of international trade....   [tags: Goods, Sales, Trade]
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The Relationship Between Free Market and Social Justice - ... Furthermore, all resources are owned by private individuals and all of the economic decisions are also made by private individuals in the markets instead of the governments. Social justice is that all people in the society have equal opportunities and rights. Everyone is recognized and treated in a same way by the society regardless his or her sex, race and so on. Furthermore, the distribution of resources and goods is fair that people can gain the resources according to their needs and contribution (Fraser, 1998)....   [tags: exchanging goods or services] 1097 words
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Does Nuclear Energy Become a Major Policy Challenge that Iran may Face? - Does Nuclear Energy Become a Major Policy Challenge that Iran may Face. Energy policy has become a serious challenge these days in modern Iran. To examine this challenge first we must define the energy as a public good, secondly outline Iran’s energy policy and its consumption patterns as well as its nuclear energy program. Moreover, argue why Iran’s nuclear energy program is not acceptable worldwide and how it becomes an issue in the present day and finally, the impact of Iran’s nuclear energy program on the global economy....   [tags: public goods, nuclear ambitions] 1024 words
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Russia and Latin America's Responses to Industrialization - ... This contributed to large-scale strikes that inspired a group of intellectual Russians, founded in the concepts of Marxist socialism, to make plans for reformation. In the late nineteenth century, these workers began the process of social change in educating laborers, organizing unions, and, later on, taking revolutionary measures to improve workers’ conditions.In addition, workers in Moscow and St. Petersburg, the cities that were the main focus of industrial enterprises, created their own representative councils (soviets) which organized peasant uprisings, revolts of non-Russians, and student demonstrations....   [tags: workers, economics, goods] 1486 words
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Price Escalation and Its Properties - International marketing concepts International marketing is an exceedingly difficult and challenging activity for a multinational corporation (MNC) marketer. According to Cateora, Gilly, and Graham (2013), “international marketing is the performance of business activities designed to plan, price, promote, and direct flow of the companies goods and services to consumers of users in more than one nation for profit” (p. 10). International marketing strategies and its efficiency assists in the expansion of an organization....   [tags: international marketing, pricing, goods]
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Self-Sufficient Happiness or Happiness Dependent on Other Influences - Aristotle’s theory and self-sufficiency Aristotle’s theories start by expressing happiness as the number one importance in life . The only way to obtain this absolute happiness is to be a good person and commit good actions. In Aristotle’s theory he expresses different avenues to achieve being a good person, some of which will be discussed later on. Along the way, Aristotle states “happiness, then, is something final and self-sufficient, and is the end of action.” This raises the question is happiness in Aristotle’s eyes, something that is obtained self-sufficiently or does happiness also require outside influences....   [tags: Aristotle, external goods, perspective]
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Taking a Look at Fair Trade - The open markets are filled with competitors trying to trade and sell their goods and services. Fair Trade laws are enacted to provide an equal opportunity in the marketplace for developing countries and small producers of goods. To protect their financial economies, .governments intervene by placing huge taxes and quotas on exports, to restricting producers who try to flood the markets with their products. This intervention also helps those producers who are facing unfair trading practices. Companies who provide cheaper made products, can cause a deficit for any country by flooding their economy with these exports....   [tags: commericializing goods and services] 1554 words
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Taking a Look at the Indian-American Culture - The Indian-American culture includes all goods and services (tangible and intangible) that India and America share with each other. Historically, before India’s independence from the British Indian Empire in 1947, people mistakenly essentialized India and America’s cultures to traditions from the East and West, respectively. The East (including India) was thought to follow old and traditional customs, while the West (containing America) was believed to pursue new and modern customs. Thus, the initial Indian-American culture between the two countries prior to 1947 only encompassed the conventional tangible goods that they traded with each other (such as spices and slaves)....   [tags: customs, traditions, goods and services] 1370 words
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Demands and Supplies in Education and Government - ... The law of demand states that as price decreases, quantity demanded increases. An inverse relationship exists. The law of demand is dependent on ceteris paribus -- all other factors remaining unchanged (Hoffarth, 2007). Thus, when the price of a product or service increases, the demand for the product falls and vice-versa. The demand curve is a negatively sloped curve. Clearly, when the price of the commodity increases from price p3 to p2, then its quantity demand comes down from Q3 to Q2 and then to Q3 and so on....   [tags: want, desire for goods, law] 1518 words
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