It had attained its 83th anniversary, sales were more than £5.5 billion with increment in profits. The profit shares allotted to partners had all partners receiving a 17% bonus for 2013 as their pre-tax profits share at a cost total of £210.8m. The partnership also stepped up innovation in new products, coupled with a continuing on value and sustainability as well as rapid online growth. This resulted in customers that are over 1.5 million, choosing to shop with John Lewis or Waitrose. After 11 weeks in 2013, Partnership gross sales were 9.9% higher than the previous year.
Mdelic Wasatch Outerwear’s net sales increased significantly from January to July. This is due to increase of the 1000 and 1200 product unit sales by almost 12%. According to this report, we can tell that item 1000 (Xtex Rain Jacket) has the highest percent of sales 11.90% with sales of 1,521 units and item 1200 (Merino Wool Top) has similar distribution 11.66% with sales of 1,132 units. These sale increases were partially offset by lower 1300, 1400, 1500 and 1600 average selling prices, which sales were up by almost 5%, as well as higher 2000 and 2100 average selling prices which sales were up by almost 10%. So, we can conclude that Mdelic Wasatch Outerwear appears to have a good strategy and is focusing on new growth opportunities.
The gender gap in education has been markedly narrowed. In 2014, the net primary school enrolment rates of boys and girls were both 99.8 percent, meaning that China has achieved the United Nations Millennium Development Goals ahead of time and the proportion of female students various levels of education is at least 46.7 percent. The state has set up special funds to reduce the number of illiterate women. In 2013, the illiteracy rate for females at and over the age of 15 was 6.7 percent, 17.4 percentage points lower than in 1995. Women’s average years of schooling have increased, and the gender gap has narrowed.
In 1994 the literacy rate hit 94%, In 2000 the literacy reached 92.3%, and recently in 2010 the literacy rate was measured at 97.5% by the Census population and housing Bureau. CPH measured that “97.5% of the 71.5 million individuals who are 10 years old and older were literate or could read and write”. Additionally the Functional literacy rate has also been increasing. Since the year 1989 where the FLR was 75.4% the Philippines have been showing steady improvement with it increasing to 83.8% in 1994. Similarly to literacy rates the school participation rates have also been improving.
Third, from late 1900s to early 2000s, there was also an expansion of other tertiary education and in 2007, the government has extended free education in public sector schools from nine years to twelve years. These three stages of educational expansion in Hong Kong increase educational
R.Thyagarajan set up the Rs. 90,000 Cr. Shriram Group, headquartered in Chennai. Established in 1974, the Group satisfies to the needs of the mass segment, and has developed as a premium financial services network. In the course of the most recent ten years, Shriram Group has grown up at a lucky rate, with a CAGR of more than 40%.
In 1986, the country was transformed into lower middle income status within twenty five years by a political and economic reform, with average income approximately US $100 to US $2,100 by the end of 2015. Vietnam’s per capita GDP has increased from 5.5 percent to 6.4 percent since 1990 to 2000s. In 2015, the economy raised by estimated GDP growth rate of 6.7. According to Vietnam’s higher GDP growth, it improves higher income rate, education and life expectancy. Vietnam Socio-Economic Development Strategy (SEDS) for 2011-2020 emphasizes on developing the nation’s economy, maintaining its position in the global stage as well as conserving the environment.
INTRODUCTION India, a six decade independent country growing enormously in science and technology still strives hard to protect its children less than five years of age. According to UNICEF 2011 Report, with 20 percentage of 0-4 year child population in the world India has the credit for having largest number of children. With an estimate of 27 million live births India again constitute to 20 percentage of world’s live births. Contemporarily in India 1.83 million children die annually even before the completion of 5 fives. Though India since 1990 has significantly gained in child survivals within the age group of 1-4 years with a decline of 56 percentage While India has made significant gains in child survival in the age group 1-4 years since 1990(56 percentage decline) the overall decline in the child mortality was largely held up by slow progress in the age of neonatal deaths.
The credit rating of Malaysia ranks in the A category as per all measurements. According to the Heritage Foundation Freedom Index, Malaysia ranks 8th regionally out of 42 nations and 31st in the world. Improvements have been seen in corruption, freedom of business and trade over the past year. This allowed the score to increase by 1.2 points, giving Malaysia an overall score of 70.8. There were double-digit increments in the categories like business freedom, financial freedom and investment.
We anticipate a significant upgrading of the Singaporean workforce towards professional, managerial and executive (PME) jobs. By 2030, the number of Singaporeans in PME jobs is expected to rise by nearly 50% to about 1.25 million compared to the 850,000 today. Overall, two thirds of Singaporeans will hold PME jobs in 2030, compared to about half