A PROJECT ON RISE AND FALL OH ‘LEHAMN BROTHERS’ Submitted towards the partial fulfillment of 3rd Semester of MBA- LLM/MBL Degree course, for Financial Market and Regulatory Systems Submitted to: Submitted By: Mr. P.K. Jain Parinita Jhawar (261) Mr. Sharad Kothari Romi Kansara (267) Faculty in-charge Sanjana Khanna (268) M.B.A.-M.B.L. (III Sem) ------------------------------------------------- INTRODUCTION In an increasingly interdependent
international business. b. Explain how the product cycle theory relates to the growth of an MNC. ANSWER: The product cycle theory suggests that at some point in time, the firm will attempt to capitalize on its perceived advantages in markets other than where it was initially established. 4. International Opportunities.
1976: Emergency was imposed * 1991: Indian economic reforms were initiated * Harshad Mehta Scam in 1993 * The Indian stock market and investor saw a frenzy * The Indian middle-class saw new avenues of making money. Broking firms came into being at a large scale * The panwallahs were also discussing the stock market * Corporates then became more proactive and felt the need to communicate * Contd.. * UTI scam * Satellite Television
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Answer: d Difficulty: Easy Reference: p. 11 14. Converting raw data into a more meaningful form is called: a. capturing. b. processing. c. organizing. d. feedback. Answer: b Difficulty: Easy Reference: p. 11 15. Electronic computers and related software programs are the technical foundation, the tools and materials, of: a. all business procedures. b. information accumulation. c. modern information systems. d. all industrialized countries. Answer: c Difficulty: Medium Reference: p.
What will be the effect of the rapid gyrations in markets that emphasize the difficulties that accounting practices face in determining true performance costs and that forecasting programs confront in establishing the economic determinants of corporate planning? In addition to these challenges, many analytical
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