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The World Capital Market Is Not Integrated & Reward-to-Risk Ratios Do Not Coincide
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10 pages in length. A series of essays discussing the fact that the 'globalized' world capital market is not truly integrated and, thus, reward-to-risk ratios do not coincide across security markets. Bibliography lists 10 sources.
Filename: Four.doc

The World of International Corporate Finance
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A 30 page paper discussing numerous aspects of the world of corporate finance and corporate organizational/operational systems from a primarily financial perspective. Bibliography lists 18 sources.
Filename: Changes.doc

The WorldCom Debacle
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This 10 page report discusses telecom giant WorldCom’s revelation that it had “overstated” its earnings by more than $3.8 billion. As more and more facts come to light regarding the various corporate accounting disasters that have cost thousands of Americans their jobs, retirement funds, and even their faith in American business, WorldCom has proven itself to be as particularly fascinating -- especially when one considers that the end result is the largest bankruptcy in the history of American corporations. This report looks at WorldCom’s problems specifically and other examples of corporate malfeasance in the U.S. Bibliography lists 7 sources.
Filename: BWworcom.rtf

The Zinc Industry in New Brunswick, Canada
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This is an 8 page paper discussing the zinc industry in New Brunswick, Canada. Tutorial language is inserted throughout in square brackets to aid in writing process for customer. The zinc industry in New Brunswick, Canada is the largest in the world by volume and is part of the larger mining and mineral production industry which contributes over $790 million annually to the province. The Brunswick mine, near Bathurst, is owned and operated by Noranda and is the largest producer of zinc and lead concentrate. Despite the fact that a mine’s average life span is approximately 10 years, Noranda and the province have dedicated funding for additional exploration in addition to Noranda constantly improving their production processes to increase their zinc yield (currently at 32% of the total Canadian reserves). This investment and dedication of the province as well as the private corporation of Noranda should continue to keep New Brunswick as a major producer in the zinc industry with an initial estimation of an increase in revenue expected at 6% for the year 2003 alone.
Filename: TJzincC1.rtf

Theories Explaining Exchange Rates
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This 7 page paper considers different models that are used to explain exchange rate movements, including purchasing parity theory, the International Fisher Effect and the monetarist approach. The bibliography cites 6 sources.
Filename: TEtheexc.rtf

Third Generation and WLAN Communications in Asia
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This 9 page paper considers the markets of 3G and WLAN in Asia to consider which may be the best investment. Written in two parts the paper looks at the global market for each sector the development in Asia and the projections, the level of competition and the benefits that the technology may bring small to medium sized enterprises. The bibliography cites 8 sources.
Filename: TE3gwlan.rtf

THIRD WORLD, E-COMMERCE AND E-PAYMENT
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Examining e-commerce from the concept of developing nations, this paper discusses the explosion of electronic purchasing throughout the Third World -- and how various payment methods are made for electronic purchase of goods and services. Bibliography lists 6 sources.
Filename: MTecomII.rtf

Thistle Hotels; Pricing Policy Case Study
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This 7 page paper looks at a case study supplied by the student in order to determined the Thistle Hotel pricing policy. The policy is traced and the different actions taken by the company, such as acquisitions and divestments can be seen as a manifestation of this policy. The bibliography cites 2 sources.
Filename: TEthistl.rtf


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