East Japan Railway Company

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  • 10k Analysis: East Japan Railway

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    Prof: Pardo P.D. Name: LE Hoang Minh ID: 12413242 10K Analysis: JR East I/ INTRODUCTION East Japan Railway is a private public transportation company. It is one of the largest passenger railway company on Earth. Founded after the division and privatization of Japan National Railway (JNR) in 1986, nowadays, JR East has become a leading company in providing transportation service; and is usually referred to as "Japan's symbol of modernization". In other words, the company's strongest asset

  • Jr Rail Pass : The Main Railway Company That Owns And Operates The Once Government Owned

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    JR Rail Pass The Japan Railway (JR) is the main railway company that owns and operates the once government owned. They offer a rail pass called the JR Rail Pass, for tourists visiting Japan. Users can use almost all JR line’s trains for an unlimited amount of times. JR also owns and operates around 70% of Japan’s railway network. The pass are divided in six different passes. First the passes are grouped in three different travel lengths, they are 7, 14 & 21 days. These then are all divided up into

  • Rape Of Nanking Book Report

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    China-Japan relationship is geographically separated by the East China Sea. Therefore Japan got strong influence of China in its language, architecture, culture, religion, philosophy, and law. When the State of Western countries like the United Kingdom and the United States forced Japan to open trade in the middle 19th century, Japan did some modernization (Meiji Restoration), since then Japan see China as an ancient society. Since the beginning Japan and China relationship was no so good, China

  • Russia China Energy Relations : A Comprehensive Overview Essay

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    Comprehensive Overview The future of Russia-China engagement and competition in the energy sector will largely depend on Russia’s ability to maximize its strategic and economic position in the Asia-Pacific region. Northeast Asia is home to China and Japan – the world’s second and third largest economies by GDP, respectively – and also “boasts half the world’s population [and] includes many of the key engines of the global economy, as well as the largest emitters of greenhouse gases,” prompting then-U

  • Government's Role in Setting Policty in Maylasia

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    1.0 Introduction “Governments will always play a huge part in solving big problems. They set public policy and are uniquely able to provide the resources to make sure solutions reach everyone who needs them. They also fund basic research, which is a crucial component of the innovation that improves life for everyone.” (Bill Gates). Malaysia sought its independence in 1957 though faced with many trials and tribulations. In 1957, Malaysia faced the problem of consolidating a nation with a multiracial

  • Research Paper On The Great East Japan Earthquake

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    The Great East Japan Earthquake Duane Wilson Geology 311 Fayetteville State University Dr. Marlina Duncan May 7, 2017 In March of 2011, a large earthquake occurred off the Pacific coast near Tohoku, Japan. The epicenter of this earthquake was approximately 43 miles east of the Oshika Peninsula of Tohoku and the hypocenter had an underwater depth of approximately 19 miles. This earthquake has become known as the Great East Japan earthquake and this geological event greatly affected

  • Case Study Of Railway Business At JR EAST Group Company

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    After 2 years management accounting experience of railway business at JR EAST, at JEMS as one of JR EAST group company, which manages accounting of 72 subsidiaries. I am leading 10 members to manage accounting for one of the biggest subsidiaries LUMINE, which runs 12 department store chains in Tokyo area with annual sales of AUD4B. I analyze financial data of LUMINE and report them to executives monthly. Since we should manage various business lines with different accounting management policy, it

  • Steam Engines in the Industrial Revolution

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    made travel easier, goods and foods were able to be transported faster, causing an increased accessibility. A small problem in the international use of steam engines was the dissimilarity in parts used. Certain parts of the engines varied between companies, so only some trains could use the tracks (Ross). With all of the hype over transportation, roads were starting to be built, making the accessibility of goods even easier. Raw materials as well as manufactured goods were able to be traded at a faster

  • What Led to the United States Entering the Second World War, 1936-1941?

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    States of America was the last of the world’s great nations to fight in the Second World War. In the 1930’s, America did not use great economic, and political influence which she possessed to slow the aggressive expansionist ambitions of Germany, Japan and Italy (the Axis Alliance). Instead she chose to remain in isolation and withdrew from world affairs, which had a profound effect in the background to the war in 1939 . This essay will discuss the period between 1936-1941 and the reasons, which

  • Australia's Economy Essay

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    Australia's Economy Australia became a commonwealth of the British Empire in 1901. It was able to take advantage of its natural resources to rapidly develop its agricultural and manufacturing industries and to make a major contribution to the British effort in World Wars I and II. Now, Australia has a prosperous Western-style capitalist economy, with a per capita GDP at the level of the four dominant West European economies. Rich in natural resources, Australia is a major exporter of agricultural