In 2012, the production of urea and phenol-formaldehyde resins was the major application area of Formaldehyde, accounting for over half of the world’s total Formaldehyde consumption. China is the largest producer of this chemical accounting for almost 50% of its global output. USA and Russia are ranked second and third in terms of Formaldehyde production. 1 According to Merchant Research and Consulting Ltd Annual Revenue generated by Formaldehyde: In 2012, the revenue generated by the global Formaldehyde market was about 11 Billion USD and is expected to reach 18.4 Billion USD by the end of 2018. Growth in Furniture and Construction industry are said to be a major boost for the Formaldehyde market.
5. Financial Ratio Analysis- Interpretation AEON Company Berhad From the year 2012 to the year 2013, the current ratio of AEON has decreased by 0.12 times. The company has RM 0.79 in current assets for every ringgit in current liabilities in the year 2012 while it has RM 0.67 in current assets for every ringgit in current liabilities in the year 2013. This shows that the company may have problems paying its bills on time because the current ratio of these two years is below 1 which means the current liabilities exceed current assets. Moreover, the net profit margin has slightly increased by 0.01% from the year 2012 to the year 2013.
To compare hydropower electricity generated in 2012 to 2013, all top 5 counties showed the acceleration (Ren21). China and Turkey were the top 2 that accelerates the most; China had increased about 29GW from 2012, which is around 7.93% of domestic total, and Turkey ascended 2.9GW from 2012, which is around 6.90% of domestic
Based on pepper prices record, producer’s largest ever single-year gain of 27% in 2014, surging from $7633 per ton in January to an all-time high of $9736 by the end of the year, according to the IPC. This was due largely to a turn down in global production in 2014 in which cumulative production dipped from 379,000 ton in 2013 to an estimated 336,000 ton in the following year. “The pepper international demand has increased an average 4% year-on-year for the past of 20 years, whereas production has only risen by 0.6%," Grunsin Ayom of the Malaysian Pepper Board (MPB) give information to OBG that: "Pepper demand is not price elastic, which adds to the privacy of how much prices can actually
The Hup Seng Industries Berhad account receivables turnover is 7.34 times per year. That means that the higher that account receivables turnover the faster that company that can get their money back to cover their debts. The Hup Seng Industries Berhad asset turnover is 1.21. For every dollar that Hup Seng Industries Berhad generates 1.21 cents. For every 1 dollar liabilities the F&N Company can pay RM2.49 in year 2014 for every 1 dollar liabilities the Company can pay RM 2.16 for the year 2014 Hup Seng Industries Berhad have 0.31 debt.
MakeMyTrip is currently operating in India, Malaysia, Singapore, Thailand, the UK, the UAE, and the US. It is headquartered in Gurgaon, India and employs around 1,600 people. The company reported revenues of $228.8 million in the fiscal year ended March 2013 which was an increase of 16.4% over 2012. The company incurred an operating loss of $18.1 million in fiscal 2013, as compared to an operating profit of $4 million in 2012. There was a net loss of $27.6 million in fiscal 2013, as compared to the net profit of $7.2 million in 2012.
22.8% of shares in HDFC Bank. HDFC Bank sources home loans for HDFC for a fee. The key business areas of HDFC bank are wholesale and retail banking and treasury operations. On 31 March 2013, its market capitalisation was INR 1.5 trillion (US$ 27.31 billion), making it India's seventh largest publicly traded company. HDFC holds approx.
Museums and art galleries are included inside a particular field, the cultural industries sector, that exchange and use unique goods: experiential goods. First of all, cultural industries are defined by UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) as: “are the cycles of creation, production and distribution of goods and services that use creativity and intellectual capital as primary input.[...] Comprise tangible products and intangible intellectual or artistic services with creative content, economic value and market objectives” (UN, 2013, p. 8). Cultural industries populate a sector with peculiar characteristics and managers working there need to constantly face a combination of dynamism and ambiguity due to the non utilitarian