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  • Importance Of Financial Inclusion

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    Finance is the main spring of the economy and a key to ensuring sustained and inclusive economic growth. Inclusive growth attempts to bridge the various divides in an economy and society, between the rich and the poor, rural and urban populace and between one region and another. Access to a well-functioning financial system, by creating identical opportunities, enables economically and socially excluded people to integrate better into the economy, so as to actively contribute to development and protect

  • Education In Nigeria Essay

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    sustainability. According to Osahon (2001), the school as an institution is primarily established for instruction and learning purposes. Within the ambit of education, educational goals, personnel, curriculum, knowledge, physical facilities, materials, finances and even the students are inputs into the school system with the aim of producing well equipped outputs. Educational institutions have been established with the hope of transforming the nation’s

  • Lufthansa Case Study

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    Lufthansa is beaten down, yet I consider it worth a shot. Lufthansa (DLAKY) is one of the largest airlines in the aviation industry and the main flag carrier of one of the strongest economies in the world: Germany. Within the country its only direct competitor is Air Berlin (AIBEF), an airline which struggles to survive at the moment. Unfortunately, Lufthansa is in a similar position. Lufthansa received a lot of hits lately, reasons such as: the crash with the Germanwing 9525 flight (a wholly owned

  • The Pros And Cons Of Fintech

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    Sunday Times. He used it to describe a bot which had altered his mailbox. The phrase was commonplace in specialist financial magazines and newspapers. However, it wasn’t until the 2007 financial crash when ‘fintech’ became a common term outside of the finance world. This was due to various venture capitalist

  • Market Forces In Global Development

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    Introduction International development faces many challenges today: poverty, inequalities, injustice etc. However, who is the main actor, capable to solve development issues is controversial. Countries and the State intervention or the market forces can bring in better results in (developing) countries? There is no a common narrative or a magic recipe for a sustainable development. Below I present the market forces that influence global development today, weather they have a positive or a negative

  • Functional View Of Operations Management

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    Technology plays an important role in operations. Marketing, finance, IT and other departments have internal customers for their outputs, as well as being concerned with satisfying external customer requirements. When studying operations, it is helpful to adopt the different views of operations. Here will take the

  • Singapore Financial System Analysis

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    economy. Singapore financial system simplifies the flow of funds from the areas of surplus to the areas of deficit. Singapore financial system allows lenders and borrowers to exchange funds. The financial system is concerned about money, credit and finance-the three terms are intimately related yet are somewhat different from each other. Singapore

  • Internship Report In Kalay Company

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    Internship Report on “MARKETING STRATEGY AT KARVY TO INCREASE DEMAT ACCOUNT: A STUDY CONDUCTED AT KARVY STOCK BROKING LIMITED” BY SHREEDEVI MASOTE USN: 1RG13MBA16 SUB-CODE:12MBA47 Submitted to VISVESVARAYA TECHNOLOGICAL UNIVERSITY, BELGAUM In partial fulfillment of the requirements for the award of degree of MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINASTRATION Under the guidance of INTERNAL GUIDE EXTERNAL GUIDE Mr. PRASANNA HN Mr.NATESH K DEPARTEMET OF MBA CLUSTER HEAD OF RGIT, BANGALOR KARVY

  • Microsoft Strategic Strategy

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    Strategic Alignment Going forward, Microsoft decided to hold on to a single strategy instead of having large number of divisional strategies. Although they still planned to deliver numerous devices and varied services, focusing on a single strategy would drive them to stich all their efforts towards their overall objectives and goals. All disciplines were expected to contribute in building diverse range of products and services though a single core strategy. This could be achieved by leveraging their

  • Changi Airport Group Case Study

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    Airport Group (CAG) includes a combination of six different departments to maximise operational efficiency and customer delight (The Changi Airport Group, 2015). The six departments are Air Hub & Development, Airport Management, Commercial, Corporate, Finance and Changi Airports International (The Changi Airport Group, 2015). The Air Hub & Development is in charge to develop and grow Changi as a global air hub by increasing connectivity through certain ways such as, brand marketing and pursuing joint business