Reasons to exchange

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  • Principles of marketing: Lecture 41 provide students with knowledge about: global marketing; reasons for global marketing; variable exchange rates; unstable governments; protectionist tariffs and trade barriers; corruption;... Please refer to this lesson for details!

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  • Studies show that the beginning period of a business is the time the business is most likely to fail. One of the reasons for this is the lack of funds. From the experience of other countries in setting policies to support startup businesses in attracting capital, and based on the actual situation in Vietnam, the Vietnamese government can enact appropriate policies to support startup businesses.

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  • In current situation, ice products will not be enough to meet higher demand in the coming years. So, the construction of ice machines suitable to production need, reasonable price with high efficiency which are always put on top by investors.

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  • This study introduces a new production method to use as a porous silicon-based proton exchange membrane for µDMFCs. In this respect, EIS, fuel crossover test, and fuel cell performance test at the µDMFC sample cell are performed at room temperature on a porous silicon-based membrane that was produced for passive mode µDMFC as a proton exchange membrane. The reason for performing the fuel crossover test is to ensure the silicon opened pores along the silicon wafer and to examine the fuel permeability of the membrane.

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  • This paper aims to examine the impact of the corporate performance on earnings management and reasonable value of earnings by using a sample of 218 companies listed on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange (HOSE) in the period of 2012 - 2016.

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  • This research aims at exploring the current state and the reasons for holding cash of Vietnamese firms. Using a dataset of 199 companies listed on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange in the period from 2011 to 2018, statistical analyses indicate that the median level of cash holding by net assets of Vietnamese firms is about 5.9%, which is lower than firms in many countries in the region.

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  • This research aims at exploring the current state and the reasons for holding cash of Vietnamese firms. Using a dataset of 199 companies listed on the Ho Chi Minh City Stock Exchange in the period from 2011 to 2018, statistical analyses indicate that the median level of cash holding by net assets of Vietnamese firms is about 5.9%, which is lower than firms in many countries in the region. High levels of cash holding only appear among small firms.

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  • Vietnam is experiencing a rising inflation and volatility in asset markets in recent years. The main reason for this is a large inflow of foreign exchange relative to economic size, which generates liquidity surplus, economic overheating and accumulation of international reserves. Exchange overvaluation is also occurring but it is partly offset by the falling US dollar to which the Vietnamese Dong is almost pegged. This type of economic boom is commonly observed in capital-receiving countries around the world.

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  • In a previous study, generally lower drug release rates from RL:L55 blend coated pellets in neutral/basic release media than in acidic release media were reported. The aim of this study was to obtain information on the drug release mechanism of solid dosage forms coated with blends of Eudragit® RL (RL) and Eudragit® L-55 (L55). Swelling experiments with free films were analyzed spectroscopically and gravimetrically to identify the physicochemical cause for this release behavior. With Raman spectroscopy, the swelling of copolymer films could be monitored.

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  • There is a bourgeoning strand of academic literature dealing with the matter of corporate governance in the exchange industry. Large part of that literature investigates the reasons why exchanges modify their legal status. In particular, it tries to find a viable economic explanation to the demutualization of exchanges and the subsequent listing of major exchanges. The corporatization of exchanges would mirror the attempt to balance the vested interests of brokerage firms and outside shareholders, locals and international intermediaries, listed firms and platform users.

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  • Pundits in the international finance have long puzzled over the lack of an empirical relationship between exchange rates and fundamentals and theoretical exchange rate models are difficult to verify using actual data related to fundamentals. This may be related to the length of the sample period or the choice of bilateral/multilateral exchange rates. This study utilized monthly data to increase the number of samples and construct the multilateral exchange rate models.

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  • Using the most recent data sample, we documented that holiday effects persist in the Chinese security exchanges. Consistent with evidence from other countries, the pre-holiday effect appears to be positively related to firm size and liquidity. We find that this effect is significant with large cap indices but disappears in middle and small cap indices. We also find that the pre-holiday effect became stronger during the financial crisis. A search for possible reasons points primarily towards the illiquidity of smaller stocks and the preference for large cap stocks during the financial crisis.

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  • Chapter 1 - Introduction to international accounting. This chapter include objectives: Discuss the nature and scope of international accounting; describe accounting issues confronted by companies involved in international trade (import and export transactions); explain the reasons for, and the accounting issues associated with, foreign direct investment; describe the practice of cross-listing on foreign stock exchanges;...

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  • Chapter 36 - International financial policy. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Summarize some important data of trade, explain policies countries use to restrict trade, summarize the reasons for trade restrictions and why economists generally oppose trade restrictions, explain how free trade associations both help and hinder international trade.

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  • Chapter 21 - Macro policy in a global setting. After reading this chapter, you should be able to: Discuss why there is significant debate about what U.S. international goals should be, describe the paths through which monetary and fiscal policy affect the trade balance, summarize the reasons why governments try to coordinate their monetary and fiscal policies, explain how restoring U.S. competitiveness will likely affect U.S. policy in the future.

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  • Chapter 7 - Strategies for competing in international markets. In this chapter you will learn: Develop an understanding of the primary reasons companies choose to compete in international markets, learn how and why differing market conditions across countries influence a company's strategy choices in international markets, learn about the five major strategic options for entering foreign markets,...

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  • despite this disparity in the quantity of environmental releases, dioxins and furans have dominated the debate over regulatory controls of the effluents from pulp and paper plants that use chlorine bleaching because chlorinated phenols and volatile organochlorines are estimated to be very much less toxic.

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  • Under the reference case scenario, CEF projects that the pulp and paper industry’s energy consumption will continue to be dominated by renewable fuels (primarily biomass) and natural gas, though renewable energy sources will grow at the expense of natural gas, coal, and petroleum as the industry continues to reduce its demand for purchased fuels. Economic energy intensity (energy consumption per dollar value of output) is expected to decrease at the rate of 0.

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  • As with records in other formats, electronic records must be managed through their entire life cycle from creation, when the records are created or received; through their active life, when the records are accessed frequently (at least once a month); through their inactive life, when the records are no longer active but have to be retained for a period of time for legal, fiscal, administrative, or historical reasons; until their final disposition which could be destruction or preservation as a permanent record....

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  • Thirty-nine percent of schools that participated in the Direct Loan Program in 2001-02 also participated in FFELP and provided a number of reasons for doing so. Some schools participated in FFELP, in addition to the Direct Loan Program, to provide PLUS loans to parents. Some financial aid officials reported that parents receive better terms for PLUS loans through FFELP. For 57 percent of schools that participated in both loan programs, maintaining relationships with lenders was an extremely or very important factor in influencing this decision.

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