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Supply Chain Management -Process follows better

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 Suresh Dinakaran (August 16, 2010)  Can supply chain be managed effectively? One can improve supply chain management by outsourcing it to the correct partner. Correct partner, would be an experienced logistic company that could take care of every work from taking the shipment from clients place to delivering it to the respective destination. If supply chain management is done correctly it will be very cost effective .. (International Business)

Make the Most of Office Rent London with a Rent Review

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 Phill Lorenz (August 13, 2010)  Ever heard of a rent review? Chances are the answer to that one is, yes, but not sure what it actually means. Well, anyone paying office rent London needs to sit up and listen. Reviewing rent is a perfectly legal and often successful way of ensuring that the money one is paying for a commercial property is fair. It can even be arbitrated – a practice developed to ensure that .. (International Business)

India Project Forwarder - Total Assistance

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 Suresh Dinakaran (August 12, 2010)  India project forwarder assists to handle of all kind of over dimensional shipment, by any route which would be workable. A good freight forwarder, will help you to take care of different services especially import related services like Pre-Shipment advice, Co-ordination with Supplier, Handling of cargo from suppliers warehouse, Freight booking, Receiving Cargo at the Indian port and .. (International Business)

Supply Chain Management-Outsourcing is best option

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 Suresh Dinakaran (August 11, 2010)  Supply Chain Management facilitates in movement and storage of raw materials, work-in-process, inventory, and finished goods from point of origin to the point of consumption. The main causes for companies to outsource this function is that it facilitates them to reduce costs, shorten cycle time, helps to decrease inventory, and also focus on core competencies, increase expertise and .. (International Business)

German Translation fueled by the German economic leadership

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 Navas Rodrigues (July 30, 2010)  How is Germany Today As published by the American Prospect, Germany not only beats its European neighbors, but it also surpass the US in several indicators: Income. As of 2008, Germany's per-capita income was $44,600. That was slightly lower than America's $47,500 - in fact a better performance when you realize that the average German worker put in just 1,432 hours in 2008 versus .. (International Business)

Asian Millionaires Wealthier than Europeans for First Time, Report Says

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 Steve Went (June 25, 2010)  The combined wealth of high net worth individuals in the Asia Pacific region surpassed that of their European counterparts in 2009 on the back of strong growth across China and India, according to a joint report released on Wednesday by Merrill Lynch Global Wealth Management and the consulting firm Capgemini SA. In the 14th annual World Wealth Report, the total number of high net worth . (International Business)

Polyurethane Foam machinery manufacturer, EPS making, cutter, CNC for Foms

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 Sophia Loren (May 26, 2010)  As leading EPS machinery manufactory and exporter group in China, we enjoy a high reputation for the machinery required in the fields of EPS machine, 3D panel machines and Sandwich panel machines. We Zhongji export various EPS Machines, Sandwich Panel Machines, and 3D Panel Machines to more than 70 countries and regions worldwide. With our well organized and perfect customer service, .. (International Business)

Chinese Think India ‘Not Advanced,’ According to Survey

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 Steve Went (May 20, 2010)  A 2009 survey conducted by a Beijing-based consultancy group revealed stark differences in how the general public in the two fastest growing economies in the world view each other. The survey, administered annually since 2000 by Horizon Research Consultancy, was presented to the second India-China Forum in Beijing on May 15. It found that many Chinese parents discourage their children .. (International Business)

Bear Market, Housing Prices, and Inflation Create Quandary for Chinese

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 Steve Went (May 17, 2010)  A bear market, soaring real estate prices, and an inflation rate that is outpacing the nation’s interest rate on savings are all contributing to a growing quandary facing Chinese citizens regarding what to do with their hard-earned cash. Chinese people are traditionally savers. The country has the world’s largest savings at US$7.2 billion and only Libya, Kuwait, and .. (International Business)

Microfinance: The Untapped Chinese Market

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 Steve Went (May 17, 2010)  Microfinance in China has the potential to be one of the leading, innovative approaches to alleviating poverty and boosting rural and regional economic development. This report will take a closer look at how the current Chinese microfinance model came about, the current outcomes of the model, and lastly the problems and solutions of the potential market, which has yet to be tapped by .. (International Business)

Made in USA: China and India Invest Abroad

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 Steve Went (May 17, 2010)  Companies have been moving overseas for decades, looking to reduce costs and increase revenue by outsourcing production. And as China and India continue their rise to become global economic powers, the trend continues. But rather than American companies moving to India and China to save money, now Chinese corporations are looking at the United States as a land of opportunity and cost .. (International Business)

Made in USA: China and India Invest Abroad

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 Steve Went (May 14, 2010)  Companies have been moving overseas for decades, looking to reduce costs and increase revenue by outsourcing production. And as China and India continue their rise to become global economic powers, the trend continues. But rather than American companies moving to India and China to save money, now Chinese corporations are looking at the United States as a land of opportunity and cost .. (International Business)

Heading for the Borders: Trade Opportunities along China’s Frontiers

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 Steve Went (April 27, 2010)  As China has developed rapidly over the past two decades, the dynamics of trade and the opportunities have changed. Investors looking at grabbing part of China’s continuing growth should now start to look beyond the main cities of Guangzhou, Shanghai and Beijing and begin to explore ways to learn about and exploit the tremendous opportunities that lie along the border regions. .. (International Business)

Canvas Printing: The True Art Form

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 Brainwlm Wiliam (April 22, 2010)  Ever wondered why the Mona Lisa smile looked natural or the natural look on a picture of the medieval times, it’s due to the canvas. The bright colors glow on canvas bringing out the feeling of oil painted picture from the days of Kings and Monarchs i. e. when the camera print was not invented. The imagination of an artist is brought out by colors on the canvas even after years. .. (International Business)

How Is Fine Art Reproduction Useful

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 Brainwlm Wiliam (April 20, 2010)  Ever wondered how your neighbor next door would put a masterpiece painting on his wall, or the painting in the museum which you always dreamt off owning be on your wall. The one painting that you always wanted on your wall, but then the question arises whether you can afford it or not as it would definitely cost you a handsome amount or even more than you can imagine, but there is a .. (International Business)

Why Making a SEO Review Report is an Integral Part of SEO Services

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 Edward Cullinns (April 19, 2010)  SEO or search engine optimization is a means to make a website stand out from the crowd of websites in the dog-eat-dog competition for the top of search engine results. A newly launched site needs some external force to push it up to the peak of search engine result pages. The very first step to take before a SEO campaign kicks in is making a review report on the on-page and off-page .. (International Business)

Trading Tips For Penny Stocks

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 Sara Smith (April 13, 2010)  The penny stocks are traded at a very low price, even for under a penny. Thus the name is given to them but they are capable of creating vast wealth. These types of stocks are generally considered to be highly notional and high risky because of the lack of liquidity, small capitalization and limited following. Investing in them provides investors with the opportunity to increase their .. (International Business)

Real Estate of Phoenix

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 Sara Smith (April 08, 2010)  Long ago, Phoenix was considered as a sleepy center. There were a little number of office buildings, few banks, and some residential areas. There was no much to attract the residents to the city of phoenix. People had already any reason left behind after the banks and the office buildings closed up after their day's work. But now downtown is becoming home to much urbanity and is .. (International Business)

The Characteristics of Chinese and Indian Identities and How to Obtain Them

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 Steve Went (April 01, 2010)  The Indian Premier League has just commenced an annual competition in which regional cricket teams across the country play each other over a month long contest. Indians are well known for their love of cricket, and the limited 20-overs (each team gets to bowl just 120 balls) mean matches are over in about 3-4 hours. It also makes for some dramatic finales, as the team batting last tries . (International Business)

Bribery More Likely Among Overseas Chinese Staff

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 Steve Went (April 01, 2010)  In the aftermath of the ten-year jail sentence handed down to Rio Tinto’s Chinese staff for bribery, much has to be learnt from the pressures placed upon ethnic Chinese employees who are now nationals of other countries. In a case that has uncovered significant bribes being paid to Rio Tinto’s chief negotiator, Stern Hu, the spotlight must fall on the pressures faced in .. (International Business)

Individual Income Tax Lower in India than China

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 Steve Went (March 26, 2010)  India’s recent budget for 2010 has paved the way for a reduction in individual income tax levels and is poised to make the country highly competitive compared to others in the region. As India prepares for reform of the direct tax code, which is expected to pass into law in April next year, individual income tax burdens will be among the taxes lowered to enhance competitiveness. .. (International Business)

Indian Premier League Teams Worth More than English Premier League Clubs

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 Steve Went (March 26, 2010)  With news that the two new franchise owners of the Pune and Kochi India Premier League (IPL) cricket teams acquired the rights to the teams for US$370 million and US$320 million, respectively, the time is right to look at India as an advertising market and examine its inherent wealth. To put the two deals into perspective, the IPL was formed three years ago and is currently comprised .. (International Business)

Basics of the Stock Market That You Should Know

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 Sara Smith (March 24, 2010)  Some basic of Stock market that you should know. . . I. GOOD OBJECTIVE It is a good idea to specify an objective from the very beginning and work according to that very policy. And the better option is to work in segments to accomplish an objective. II. STOCK CATEGORIES When stock brokers open up new accounts, they wish to know the details of the investing customers, like financial .. (International Business)

Discount Codes UK Offers Discounts For People In UK

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 Harold Danis (March 18, 2010)  Discount codes UK are the voucher codes which offer discount against the purchased goods from the UK websites. These discount codes UK are useful to the people living in UK. These discount codes UK save you great money when you shop online from retail stores. These discount codes UK are codes made up of letters and numbers and are entered into the box given while checkout of the website . (International Business)

Wish to invest in Stock Market- Consider Advantages and Disadvantages

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 Sara Smith (March 16, 2010)  Stock Market might not provide you with the profits. Nearly, 90% people loose money, instead of gaining. It happens because of the inadequate knowledge. It is nice to know well about your qualities. One must have a high degree of self control. You must adapt yourself according to the market rules. You might even save a lot of money or loose much after stock market. The stock money has . (International Business)

Discount Voucher Code Is For Saving Money

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 Madison Smith (March 15, 2010)  Discount voucher code is a promotional code which can be used at the online retail store against the goods purchases from that site. Discount voucher code is made up of letters and numbers of serious type. Retailers give discount voucher code to improve their sales of some particular product. There are many sites which publish discount voucher code so that everyone can be benefitted .. (International Business)

Select A Good Hosting Plan

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 Byron Snider (March 10, 2010)  If you plan to get a website of your own, it is a great decision. But before you can do so, you need to do two crucial things. First, you will have to get a domain name and second, you will have to decide a hosting plan. Your domain name is your identity on the World Wide Web, and web host companies can allow your domain name to be placed on the Internet. In other words, these companies . (International Business)

Shaping Hanoi

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 Steve Went (March 08, 2010)  As the government prepares to celebrate Hanoi’s 1000 year anniversary in October, plans to slowly expand the capital city have already begun since 2008. Hanoi’s limits will stretch to include adjacent provinces to make more space for national projects in the capital city. The expansion has already absorbed the provinces of Hatay, Hoa Binh or Vinh Phuc; making the old Hanoi .. (International Business)

Establishing Liaison Offices in India

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 Steve Went (March 08, 2010)  There are several options available to the foreign investor when it comes to establishing a Representative style office in India. Listed below are three separate scenarios, which are dependent upon the type of business model you wish to run. Businesses looking at invoicing for services, import export or manufacturing in India are advised to look at private limited company formations .. (International Business)

Expatriates Going Offshore in China Contracts? Think Again

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 Steve Went (March 08, 2010)  One symptom of the tightening of China’s economy and the impact of labor law is an increasing desire by Chinese employers to offset or reduce potential liabilities with their expatriate employees, such as expatriates employed by domestic Chinese companies being asked to establish an offshore company and to be paid through that in order to help reduce the company tax burden. .. (International Business)

Export Import Documentation

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 Ramanathan Nagasamy (March 01, 2010)  Documentation and procedures are integral part of International Marketing operations to insecure success . The physical transfer of goods in International trade has been associated with number of documents , over the years the number of documents and related procedures has multiplied and making the International trade as complex and cumbersome for which International Trade promotional .. (International Business)

Indian External Trade Incentives

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 Ramanathan Nagasamy (March 01, 2010)  I. Excise rebate claim on exports Refund of central excise and customs duty on exports can be made under the duty draw back scheme. The draw back payment procedures can be under taken by International Trade promotional firm II. Duty exemption scheme Duty Exemption Schemes enable duty free import of inputs required for export production; an advance Authorization / Advance Intermediate .. (International Business)

China Hummer Deal Failed Due to Non-Recognition of Offshore Holdings

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 Steve Went (February 26, 2010)  In a case that has tax planning and legal structuring implications for businesses investing in China, it is apparent that the failed deal with Hummer has its roots not just in the ability for Tengzhong Heavy Industrial Machinery to persuade the central government that it was a good idea, but also that an alternative structure, to move the deal offshore as a Tengzhong ownership has also .. (International Business)

Global Prime Office Rent Prices Fall

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 Steve Went (February 24, 2010)  A widespread fall in office demand led to falling prime rents for the first time last year according to a report made by global real estate adviser Cushman & Wakefield in its latest Office Space Across the World. Tokyo ranked number one in the world for charging the highest prices for prime office space. Renting office space in Tokyo costs US$190 per square feet per year followed .. (International Business)

Russia, China, Korea to Develop Eastern Russia Seaboard

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 Steve Went (February 15, 2010)  The governments of Russia, China and Korea are considering redeveloping old trade and sea routes found on the Russian east coast and providing shipping links and ferry services. Up for redevelopment would be the Russian eastern port of Zarubino, in Russia’s Primorsky-Krai Province, although run down could be developed to become a regional port hub. Zarubino already has a ferry .. (International Business)

SEO Experts for Sound SEO Campaigns

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 Milan Khan (January 27, 2010)  Unless you make a site visible on the web, you won’t be able to get traffic despite your attempts of making your site popular. An SEO expert India completely understands this fact and he/she conceives innovative search engine optimization packages for websites. Depending on your business and nature of demands, you can choose of the packages that come under your budget. Without the . (International Business)

Intway World Corporation – the new generation Internet business, why so unique?

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 Fedor Velichko (January 18, 2010)  What is Intway, what is the main idea, can a simple man start its own business and succeed, an apartment for every partner of Intway on the world’s best resorts after two years of work – a myth or a reality, and at last, how much money I can make and whether it is safe? Yet two years ago all new partners were concerned exactly with these questions. Thousands of successful .. (International Business)

Structural 3D Modeling- Key Factor in Structural Industry

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 Thomas Brook (January 15, 2010)  Structural 3D Modeling is used to make exact representation of three dimensional objects by using software. The technology is become an essential part of structural industry. It allows viewing the particular structure with 360 degree on computer and work as a live template of proposed structure. 3D models are providing specific information so it helps to save precious time and money for . (International Business)

Singapore acts to strengthen its position as a regional arbitration hub

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 Paul M (December 30, 2009)  The recent move by two groups of Queen's Counsel from London to set up shop in Singapore is a testimony to the city state’s standing as a global arbitration hub. It has been reported that the Singapore International Arbitration Centre (SIAC) has so far handled close to 150 cases this year involving claims over $1.4 billion, compared to 86 cases involving some $310 million in 2007. . (International Business)

Booking Meeting Rooms In The Benelux Countries

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 Emma McCann (December 21, 2009)  Belgium, Luxemburg and the Netherlands together form the Benelux Union, an area of extreme political and economical significance in Europe. In 1958, the three countries laid down the template for the development of the European Union. Today, the Benelux countries hold the same weight within Europe as any of the big member states. Not surprisingly, the Benelux Union is driven by .. (International Business)

The Secret of Building a Wining Export Company

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 Aana Sharma (December 21, 2009)  You can easily talk about the export import trade. You may even know broad technicalities involved in export import trade, but you can’t gain a close perceptive of it until you learn from somebody who already has been in this trade for some time. If you are not satisfied with working 10-6, fascinated in building an export import trade and ambitious to achieve your economic .. (International Business)

How to Get Global Trade Data for Export Import Business

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 Aana Sharma (December 21, 2009)  There are various different sorts of global trade businesses. For instance, you may be an exporter of apparels or designer clothes. Or you may be an importer of similar items. The primary objective is to connect the exporter and the importer, so that business dealings can start taking place. That is the basic idea behind global trade. But for business dealings to materialize quicker, .. (International Business)

Spain: a Key Destination for British Business Development

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 Adam R. Singleton (December 15, 2009)  When it comes to the international business sector, the UK holds status as one of the most accomplished – not only within Europe, but all across the globe. In fact, with a solid presence in a variety of diverse industries, the UK is the currently the chief recipient of Foreign Direct Investment in Europe, holding 19.6% of all FDI (stock) within the European Union, and 8.9% around .. (International Business)

Understanding China Wholly Foreign-Owned Enterprises

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 Steve Went (December 03, 2009)  The wholly foreign-owned enterprise has become the investment vehicle of choice for the international investor wanting to manufacture, service or trade in China. In addition to the WFOE’s expansive business scope, its unrivaled popularity arises from multiple other factors: 100 percent foreign ownership and control Security of technology and intellectual property rights .. (International Business)

Leading Sectors for Investment in India

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 Steve Went (November 16, 2009)  Mauritius is the highest contributor of FDI in India due to the special tax treatment that investments that come through Mauritius receive. This tiny nation in the Indian Ocean is considered a tax haven because it levies corporate tax of less than 3 percent, making it the most preferred route for FDI inflows, especially from other countries. According to India’s Ministry of .. (International Business)

The Affiliate Code

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 Janusz Janulis (November 09, 2009)  My FriendIf your dream is to have multiple streams of automatedincome over the Internet, then this course can showyou how to ACTUALLY make that happen (unlike mostcourses, which make empty promises that they can'tdeliver on). THE AFFILIATE CODE This Underground Super Affiliate is About to Reveal the Top Secret Free Marketing System That Makes Him $65K A Month. My FREE Stupid Simple .. (International Business)

British-Indian Classic Royal Enfield Bullet Returns

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 Steve Went (November 09, 2009)  Motorbike enthusiasts worldwide will be pleased to hear that Royal Enfield has launched its retro thumper, the Bullet Classic. The bike that harks back to Enfield’s classic British motorcycle design has been launched with two engine options. The Bullet Classic 350 will come fitted with the same engine that was seen on the Thunderbird TwinSpark, with unit construction and a .. (International Business)

Legatum Institute: India more Prosperous than China

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 Steve Went (November 09, 2009)  The Legatum Institute, an academic investment group think tank based in London, has just released its latest global prosperity report. The 2009 Prosperity Index values prosperity in a number of ways, and not purely based on economic indicators. They include personal freedoms, quality of life, entrepreneurship, health, education, innovation, governance and social capital in addition to .. (International Business)

Communications are Key to India Cross-Border Success

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 Steve Went (October 26, 2009)  Macro-economic trends currently favor Indian businesses looking to grow internationally and focusing on their communications is one area where they can improve their chances of success. Much ink is spilt writing about the difficulty of creating value through merger and acquisition (M&A) activity. Over half of deals fail to achieve their operational or financial goals according to .. (International Business)

Is China Heading for a Bubble Bursting Downturn?

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 Steve Went (October 26, 2009)  One of the curious things about living and being involved in a country is often expressed in the silver birch alluding expression can’t see the wood for the trees. Having spent the best part of twenty years in China, it can be difficult to shake off preconceptions about a country first experienced as it began to open up. Since those days, China has without doubt been an express .. (International Business)




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