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The Particular Features Of The Employment System In Japan
Number of words: 492 - Number of pages: 2

.... is by giving early retirement to senior workers at the company. Many of these workers forced into early retirement then take up farming as is the custom in Japan for retires. Getting rid of senior workers is one the most effective tools companies have of reducing costs because these workers have more seniority and thus make more money then the average worker. Japanese companies also are able to cut costs during recessions by reducing or eliminating bonuses paid to workers, cutting down on hiring of new workers, eliminating the farming out of work to subcontract .....

The European Monetary Union
Number of words: 2751 - Number of pages: 11

.... paragraphs we intend to show the progression of events leading up to the construction of the EMU; the emergence, objectives and tasks of the new system of central banking (formally known as the European System of Central Banks); the various qualifications for joining the Union; the differing opinions about the currency integration; and to top it all off, included is an outline of the draft designs for the new Euro banknotes. To begin our journey on the road to the EMU, we begin with a brief review of the history leading up to its establishment. In June 1998, t .....

Bombardier Report
Number of words: 2688 - Number of pages: 10

.... are spread out over the globe. They range from government and private commercial airlines to wealthy individuals and corporations in need of private jets. The products that are driving the growth in this division are the RJ, the Global Express, and the Lear-45. De Havilland, which was recently purchased with help from the Ontario government, produces the Dash-8 series of airplanes. The Dash-8 has had its production rate increased to 48 planes a year with about 81 on order. Modified versions of the Dash-8 are in the works that could enable an even bigger .....

Monopoly Of The Postal Service
Number of words: 1239 - Number of pages: 5

.... is a necessity for America, the government had to subsidize the service in order for it to continue in operation. In 1979 the United States Postal Service had a cash flow of $22.5 Billion and was additionally receiving $176 million from investing(#1, Intro). Even with this added revenue the Postal Service was still greatly under funded on its own (#1, Intro). During this time it was discussed to privatize the postal service and introduce competition because of the extreme losses that the service was experiencing. A positive argument for privatizing the Postal S .....

Change In Management Techniques
Number of words: 4574 - Number of pages: 17

.... doubt a reflection of today's business world. The business world of about forty years ago did not regard the issue of change management, due to the fact that the existence of change in the business world was not as prominent as it is today. Those businesses operated in a relatively stable environment meaning that there was a certain level of predictability, making change a disregarded issue. However with new forces coming into play during the late nineteen sixties such as global competition, technological advances and changes in consumerism, organizational c .....

Investing In Canada
Number of words: 2439 - Number of pages: 9

.... to fiscal responsibility, deficit reduction and job creation. The following are some essential points all of which prove Canada is a favorable choice: Domestic market; wage competitiveness; work force quality; International business skills; raw materials; energy costs; infrastructure; business services and legal environment. Domestic Market Canada's per capita purchasing power is second only to that of the United States, among the G-7 countries, and the OECD expects Canada to lead the industrialized countries in near-term economic growth. Inflation is .....

Price Policies Have Wider Range Of Destructive Demerits
Number of words: 5365 - Number of pages: 20

.... was ill-adapted for this approach. Protection was given, not only by customs duties, but also by a variety of agricultural policies. This essay will discuss the merits and demerits of a the pre-1992 CAP with its emphasis on price reform, in comparison with the post-1992 CAP which was oriented to structural reform. It cannot be denied that there were merits of the pre-1992 price reform policy. There was a bountiful food supply with an increased variety and quantity of food. Farmer's yields increased, particularly the large farmers. Producers were protected from .....

NAFTA: The Concept
Number of words: 408 - Number of pages: 2

.... each country will concentrate on producing goods that are produced most efficiently in that country. This makes the production of goods very cost effective and efficient. What is expected of this agreement is an increase of income and gains in Gross Domestic Product. Costs to the consumer fall because of the wide variety of competition available. Why buy something here, if you can get it cheaper there? NAFTA has its advantages. This increase in trade, competition, income, and Gross Domestic Product will cause increased profit. The profit in turn will incr .....

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