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  • The Air Base Of The Plane

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    “Alright, you can turn back now,” the voice crackled over the radio.            “Roger that,” I responded and I turned the jet back towards the Yokosuka air base. I marveled over the miles of land between Tokyo and Yokosuka City. The cherry blossom trees spread like one giant flower beneath me as I approached the air base. Nearing the landing, the plane began to slow down. I pulled up on the yoke of the plane, just barely avoiding a possible nosedive into the asphalt below. The underbelly of the

  • The Merits And Benefits Of Keiretsu In Japan

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    Introduction Zaibatsu, the prevailing form of business declined after the Second World War, followed by an economic reform, a new business management form has emerged, which is the Keiretsu system. It continued to be the dominant form of business in the second half of 20th century, yet, the economic recession of Japan in1990s has made people realize the incapability of the old Keiretsu system, reforms of it is needed for revitalizing Japan’s once flourish economy. This paper will examine the role

  • The Relationship Between Nissan And Mitsubishi

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    business world has become establishing the association between the Nissan and Mitsubishi car producers. After the scandal that occurred as the Mitsubishi falsified its fuel-economy tests, the cooperation with Nissan is like a lifeline to the company. Nissan's decision to buy an influential share of Mitsubishi's assets is believed to bring benefits to both participants of the process. While this deal would help the Mitsubishi corporation to improve its image after the cheating scandal, Nissan also expects

  • Automotive Industry and Mitsubishi

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    Mitsubishi Group of Companies (Mitsubishi motors) The Mitsubishi Group of Companies is a Japanese conglomerate consisting of a range of autonomous business which shares the Mitsubishi brand, trademark and legacy. The Mitsubishi Company was first established as a shipping firm by Yataro Iwasaki in 1870. The Company bought into coal mining in 1881 by acquiring the Takashima mine and Hashima Island in 1890, using the production to fuel their extensive steamship fleet. They also diversified

  • Men-Women and Japanese-American Intercultural Communication - Analysis of the Mitsubishi Case

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    Men-Women and Japanese-American Intercultural Communication - Analysis of the Mitsubishi Case Introduction      It was my first day in high school. Standing alone in the middle of the play ground looking for anyone I know or can talk to, my eyes was searching all over the place. A pretty blond girl standing alone was a scene that, for sure, attracted my attention then. The moment my eyes saw her, my mind started thinking of ways to talk to her. After some time wasted thinking, I saw a girl

  • Proton Inspira

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    Table of Content Table of content …………………………………………………………………………………. 2 1.0 Introduction………………………………………………………………………………...…3 1.1 History ……………………………………………………………………………….. 3 1.2 Proton | INSPIRA …………………………………………………………………... 3 1.3 Product Life Cycle [PLC] …………………………………………………………... 4 Introduction Level ………………………………………………………………….. 4 Growth Level ………………………………………………………………………... 5 Maturity Level ……………………………………………………………………..... 5 Decline Level ……………………………………………………………………….. 6 2.0 Analysis ……………………………………………………………………………………

  • roseflakes Essay

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    Faculty of Accountancy, Finance & BusinessBachelor of Business (Honours) in Marketing BBDT3063 Integrated Marketing Communications Year 3 SEM 1 Individual Assignment Title: Proton Iriz (Commercial Advertisement) Tiger D’Sara (Print Advertisement) Name : ONG WEI KEAT 13WBR12285 Tutorial Group : RMK Group 6 Tutor’s Name: Mr Lim Chin Hock Date of Submission : 31 October 2014 Plagiarism Statement Faculty of Accounting, Finance & Business Plagiarism Statement Read, complete and

  • The Road to the Self-Reliance New Product Development of Hyundai Motor Company

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    Mazda(8%) subsidiary (50%) Itozu (2%) firm but ended from 1986 in 1992 -------------------------------------------------------------------------Remark: C.V : Commercial Vehicle ; truck and bus Data: KAMA (Korea Automobile Manufacturers Association) Mitsubishi from 1982 (15 %) Hyundai Motor became the thirteenth ranked auto maker--1.1 million in production and 400,000 cars exported to over 170 countries. new products in 1995 and currently offers including seven indigenous models--ranging a full from

  • Pricing Strategy Of Proton

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    includes Saga, Wira, Waja, Gen.2, Persona, Savvy, Exora, Satria Neo and Perdana. The product strategy of Proton is to introduce the right car, for the right market, at the right place and at the right time. After the acquisition of Lotus, Proton adopts Mitsubishi and Lotus automobile technology to improve the consumer confidence towards Proton’s products and the quality of the automobiles. Proton has always strived to produce innovative products to extend its market and attract customers from categories

  • Advantages Of Proton Cars

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    ABSTRACT- Globalization is seen as an essential part for Malaysian Automotive Industry (MAI). Through globalisation MAI can build their competitive advantage. Automotive industry mainly focused on sustainability, performance, quality and financial factors. Automotive industry in Malaysia is seen as one of the most important economic sector by revenue which mainly comes from the contribution of Perusahaan Otomotif Nasional (PROTON). The purpose of this research is to study the competence of PROTON

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