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Export Growth and Economic Performance
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Export Growth and Economic Performance ab 49 € als Taschenbuch: Of Mongla EPZ Bangladesh. Aus dem Bereich: Bücher, Wissenschaft, Wirtschaftswissenschaft,

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Export Growth and Economic Performance
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Export Growth and Economic Performance ab 49 EURO Of Mongla EPZ Bangladesh

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Foreign Market Entry Strategies Adopted by Firm...
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The increasing globalization of business,the changing face of global political landscape, increased diffusion of political boundaries and the changing forms of governance structures for international firms requires a continuous examination and evaluation of factors that influence entry mode decisions in any foreign market.This study established that majority firms operating in Kenya EPZ were wholly owned and controlled subsidiaries,in the absence of host countries restrictions firms would be encouraged to go for more control and ownership structures in the Kenya s EPZ.Technology and proprietary products only served to motivate firms to own their products or technology.This study has contributed to the theory of foreign market entry strategies in the International business literature, the study has provided insights on how to effectively deal with specific challenges of foreign market entry and Investments.The results of this study will help policymakers to create the appropriate environment for foreign investors to come in and help in the economic and social development of Kenya.

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Special Economic Zone
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High Quality Content by WIKIPEDIA articles! A Special Economic Zone (SEZ) is a geographical region that has economic laws that are more liberal than a country's typical economic laws. The category 'SEZ' covers a broad range of more specific zone types, including Free Trade Zones (FTZ), Export Processing Zones (EPZ), Free Zones (FZ), Industrial Estates (IE), Free Ports, Urban Enterprise Zones and others. Usually the goal of a structure is to increase foreign direct investment by foreign investors, typically an international business or a multinational corporation (MNC).In the People's Republic of China, Special Economic Zones were founded by the central government under Deng Xiaoping in the early 1980s. The most successful Special Economic Zone in China, Shenzhen, has developed from a small village into a city with a population over 10 million within 20 years.

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A hand book on: Special Economic Zones in India
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This book provides a concept about SEZs. In this globalization world, most developing countries are witnessing a shift away from an import substitution based development strategy to one based on export promotion policy. As part of their policy instruments to promote exports, many of these countries are vigorously promoting export processing zones (EPZs) or SEZs. A special economic zone is a geographical region that has economic laws which are more liberal than the usual economic laws in the country. The basic motto behind this is to increase foreign investment, development of infrastructure, job opportunities and increase the income level of the people. SEZ s are good from the point of view of growth and development. It increase income level of citizens, encourages competition and lowers labor costs. Some perceive that these Special Economic Zones are engine of economic growth. India was one of the first in Asia to recognize the effectiveness of the Export Processing Zone (EPZ) model in promoting exports, with Asia's first EPZ set up in Kandla in 1965. With a view to overcome the shortcomings experienced on account of the multiplicity of controls and clearances, with a view to attr

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Export Processing Zones, Development and Workin...
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Considered as "engines" for development and trade liberalisation in developing countries, Export Processing Zones (EPZs) have been introduced and massively expanded in the last decades with the aim to increase exports and FDI, while generating employment and upgrading technology. Today there are around 3500 EPZs throughout the world, operating in 130 countries and employing 66 million of people. While analysing the cases of EPZs in China and Mexico, this book proposes an answer to the following question: How an EPZ, built up as a trade policy tool, can be an instrument of sustainable economic and social development? This work therefore provides the reader with a general framework on EPZs and examines several possible solutions to improve their social sustainability. It argues that EPZs reproduce a model similar to the economy of the rest of the country, but potentially easier for government to influence and monitor. Thus, if further inserted in a wider programme of development, zones can represent a driving force towards decent work, social justice and social inclusion.

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Export Growth and Economic Performance
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Bangladesh establishing EPZs expect them to stimulate economic development through accelerating industrial growth and by providing employment. EPZs play an important role in economic growth of a country. This study leads to certain discussion about EPZs of Bangladesh. It discusses about general information and investment climate of Mongla EPZ. This paper highlights the export growth of Mongla EPZ and analyses interdependencies among various economic determinants. Finally shows challenges of export growth of Mongla EPZ in Bangladesh.

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River, Culture and Livelihoods: Water Pollution...
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Master's Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Environmental Sciences, grade: B+ , Future Generations Graduate School, course: MA , language: English, abstract: Water is key to human survival, development progressions and success. However, the current trends of destruction of global fresh water source is alarming for sustainable development. The water use conflicts among different actors i.e. agriculture, industry and urbanization and pollution of surface/river water due to industrialization and other anthropogenic causes are too high in developing country. The 238 kilometer long Bangshi River is one of the important tributaries of the Barhamaputra-Jamuna river system in Bangladesh and main common property resource for local people particularly those of Ghughudia. The Banghsi River is being threatened because of EPZ (a special economic zone with huge tax subsidies and many other facilities to attract foreign investors) and pollution of other local industries. The concern in this study is to understand and explain how industrialization and its pollution to rivers induce social change and affects the environment, ecology and livelihoods around the River Banghsi. Two broad questions were asked and discussed 1) What are the perceptions of different actors in regards to water pollution; and 2) How can they be mobilized to reclaim therights of the common people. The grounded theory approach and qualitative methods i.e. focus group discussions (FGD), in-depth individual interview and descriptive survey were conducted. In total of 47 people were involved, not counting three FGD. Among those 30 are from the Ghughudia village and rest are out side village. The representative stakeholders groups; fishing, farmer, small business, Goala/milkman and students are from Ghughudia and the owners of industry or their representatives, government officials, political leaders, media and civil society groups are from outside Ghughudia village.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Export Processing Zones, Development and Workin...
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Considered as 'engines' for development and trade liberalisation in developing countries, Export Processing Zones (EPZs) have been introduced and massively expanded in the last decades with the aim to increase exports and FDI, while generating employment and upgrading technology. Today there are around 3500 EPZs throughout the world, operating in 130 countries and employing 66 million of people. While analysing the cases of EPZs in China and Mexico, this book proposes an answer to the following question: How an EPZ, built up as a trade policy tool, can be an instrument of sustainable economic and social development? This work therefore provides the reader with a general framework on EPZs and examines several possible solutions to improve their social sustainability. It argues that EPZs reproduce a model similar to the economy of the rest of the country, but potentially easier for government to influence and monitor. Thus, if further inserted in a wider programme of development, zones can represent a driving force towards decent work, social justice and social inclusion.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
Stand: 01.06.2020
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