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Posted on February 10th, 2012 by admin1

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One of the most important concepts in political conservatism is that of a free market. A free market means?

Posted on December 26th, 2011 by admin1

that strong businesses are allowed to prosper and flourish but also that weak businesses are allowed to fail. This is viewed as healthy because strong companies will step in where weak companies failed and make general improvements that will benefit all of society. However in our current economic situation many if not most conservatives (Republicans) […]

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Will a political change in Washington in the fall help the failing economy and “declining” stock market?

Posted on November 22nd, 2011 by admin1

Considering the bad economy and bear market, would you buy stocks now? Even, Warren Buffet’s company, “ Berkshire Hathaway Inc” is affected by the “Bear Market” ***I have bought some, but I find it a bit scary**** i think its going to get a little worse yet. Oil prices are high now, wait until […]

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1) Select a company and country (not the United States) that interests you.?

Posted on September 19th, 2011 by admin1

2) Provide a brief overview of the company and why the country you selected may be a potential market. 3) What types of political and legal systems does the country have? 4) Do free elections take place? 5) Is the government heavily involved in the economy? 6) Is the legal system effective and impartial? 7) […]

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Should the performance of our political leaders be evaluated?

Posted on August 22nd, 2011 by admin1

Any company periodically evaluates the performance of each of its employees, demands results from them (sales increase, market share expansion, cost and expense reduction, etc.), and in case of bad performance or lack of results, the company fires them. Why doesn’t anybody evaluate the performance of our political leaders, demand them results, or fire them? […]

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Issues faced by Heineken Company?

Posted on July 5th, 2011 by admin1

I am an MBA student and I have to complete my assignment on Heineken beer company. I want you people to help me out with External Marketing Analysis of the company and in finding political,social,technological and economical issues faced by the company. I have 2 days time so kindly help me as much as possible,thanks […]

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Are young Brits willing to work hard and start up a successful company so they can give more money to the BNP?

Posted on May 31st, 2011 by admin1

All political parties need big donors, e.g. The Democrat Party has George Soros, and Hollywood. The Republicans have oil companies. If you want your country back you’ll have to work for it….the easiest way to stop multiculturalism is for Natives to create wealth so that big business doesn’t need immigrant labour and a massive consumer […]

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Is it possible to have a free market economy with a totalitarian political system?

Posted on April 22nd, 2011 by admin1

I know some say china, but china is not really free market. a lot of companies are still state owned. I am talking about more free market than the usa, but a extremely tight grip on the power in the country. no. any government that confiscates money from people to fund themselves isnt a free […]

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How do crude-oil futures prices in commodity markets translate into big oil-company costs?

Posted on March 24th, 2011 by admin1

Speculation on the commodity exchanges is driven by feelings of concern about political events and other external factors. The cost of crude oil to refineries is determined by actual supply and demand conditions in an entirely different market. Often long-term contracts between the few major oil companies and foreign governments set the cost of crude. […]

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Professional Marketing help?

Posted on February 21st, 2011 by admin1

Direct marketing is continuing to become more ________ oriented. Which of the following is NOT a reason that direct-mail marketing drives approximately one third of all U.S. direct marketing sales? less expensive than TV and magazine ads high target market selectivity ability to be personalized measurable results flexibility What characteristic of niche sites makes the […]

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