Samples "Economics"

Economics

Sometimes back in 2002, Brazil’s national oil company referred to as Petrobras experienced a period that saw its cost of capital shoot up by 6% more than the average of other companies. When a company operates on a high cost of capital, there are bound to be problems when seeking...

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In practically every country across the world, there is inequality of incomes. The rich are getting richer while the poor are getting poorer. People aren’t earning the same amount, and this causes economic differences. The United States and Brazil are only two countries that have conditions of income inequality. Brazil...

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In the following research I would like to discuss the economic development indicators of Brazil in comparison to such countries as Norway and Ethiopia. For this purpose I would like to rely on United Nation’s Human Development Index website. As a matter of fact, I have chosen Norway and Ethiopia...

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Part I—Country Profile Iran is a large country in the Middle East which borders Iraq on the west, Saudi Arabia on the southwest, and Afghanistan on the east. It was known as ‘Persia’ until 1935. It also borders the Gulf of Oman on the south, the Persian Gulf on the...

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The important issue, which should be determined first, is the meaning of the government budget and its role in real GDP equilibrium. A position of government budget is the difference between the spending of the government and the government tax revenue. Obviously, in case the spending of the government exceeds...

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In May 2017 the Employment and Social Affairs Committee of the European Parliament decided to discuss introduction of reforms for transformation of labour market in Greece. The International Labour Organization regularly observes situation in Greek labour market in order to develop relevant recommendations (“International Labor Organization”, 2017). It should be...

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The main purpose of this paper is to give an in-depth analysis, as well as, insights of the Fast Moving Consumer Goods (FMCG) sector in the Egyptian economy, vis-à-vis the Unilever Strengths Weakness Opportunities and Threats (SWOT) analysis for the Egyptian market. Egypt is strategically located geographically in the North...

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While devaluation can appear to be catastrophic, there are many opportunities and potential benefits to the Egyptian pound. The measurement of the relative value of a currency against another is just one indicator, and there are many more complicated factors at work as shown by the examples of devaluation in...

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The researched article “The Effect of Devaluation on Output in the Egyptian Economy: A Vector Autoregression Analysis” outlines the interrelationship between exchange rate fluctuations and output in the Egyptian economy. The methodology of the study deploys a Vector Autoregression model based on annual figures over 1982-2004. The outcomes of the...

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