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Customers in developing countries usually do not doubt products and brands, which are well accepted by consumers from developed countries. The firm, which fulfills the wishes of the world’s most demanding consumers, is more successful in dealing with customers from developing countries. When Haier began to expand in Pakistan and Bangladesh, local officials linked Haier’s presence there to its performance in the United States (Liu and Li, 2002). Its U.S and European experience was also beneficial to convince emerging market retailers to carry Haier products (Palepu et al., 2006). The internationalization process of Haier is illustrated below: Figure 4.1: Path of Haier’s Internationalization Source: Own illustration, adapted from Liu and Li, 2002 To date, in spite of a few failed FDI projects, Haier’s internalization strategy has been on the whole successful (Liu and Li, 2002).
India is fast emerging as a global leader, what with its vast, natural resources, and huge base of skilled manpower. Combined with cutting edge technology, Indian trade market is making its presence felt all across the world. Indian products and services are seen as of international standards and globally competitive. Trade in India has made good progress on liberalizing trade regimes and cutting tariffs since the recent times, when most of the countries started with reforms. Integrating with the global economy, India has recorded strong export growth to the United States and the European Union markets.
Industry sales increased 7.4% to $54.7 billion. The expected growth rate: According to ACMR-IBISWorld, the revenue for the Hotel industry in China is predicted to continue growing at the steady rate, at an annualised rate of 6.0% over the period. The trend of the industry: The share market of three-and four-star hotels will increase over the period as changes in the industry structure. The giant hotels are moving into the lower-star rated segments. Many foreign hotel management companies have started developing hotels with four-and three star ratings to adapt the larger customers and strengthen market positions.
Reasons for growth This phenomenal growth of the industry can be attributed to the Indian Government’s decision to de-license the industry and allow FDI in the year of 1993. This enabled the foreign players to enter into the country & increase the production. The other key reasons for the growth in the passenger car segment can be attributed to the factors like increasing income levels, easy availability of car loans and relaxations by the government in import tariffs. Competition in the Industry Profitability The industry has always been a lucrative one as data of approximately 2 decades show that profitability has been in the range of 8% – 10%. However, with opening up of economy post 1993 era there has been an increase in the profitability, but quickly after that the competitive market forced the players to compete on
While other researchers argue that economic globalization gives solutions of trading and poverty that developing countries encounter. In this paper, I will discuss how Economy Globalization is a good trend that brings benefit for the country. The decision of doing economy globalization chosen because it is considered as beneficial for the country. “The economic essence of globalization is actualized in spreading out the most efficient forms of social production, which in technological terms is demonstrated in the speed, cost-cutting, and reliability of production processes.” (Mamedov, 2016). Globalizing the trade to become international wide gives more opportunity for the country to fulfill the demand of the country.
It is presently the largest employer after agriculture and it generates more than 10% of GDP in India. The customer satisfaction and brand loyalty are pre-eminent. The success of the retail stores depends on customer‟s reaction to the retailing mix to earn more profits, to increase the volume of turnover, market‟s share, image, status and lastly its survival. Big Bazaar Big Bazaar is the chain of retail stores of the big banner Pantaloon Retail (India) Ltd., Mr. Kishore Biyani as its group CEO and MD, headquartered in Mumbai. Big Bazaar was launched in 2001 with four stores established in Calcutta, Indore, Bangalore, and Hyderabad and has been developing rapidly by spreading its wings all over India.
INTRODUCTION Today, tourism is one of the largest and dynamically developing sectors of external economic activities. Its high growth and development rates, considerable volumes of foreign currency inflows, infrastructure development, and introduction of new management and educational experience actively affect various sectors of economy, which positively contribute to the social and economic development of the country as a whole. According to recent statistics, tourism provides about 10% of the world’s income and employs almost one tenth of the world’s workforce. Many people emphasize the positive aspects of tourism as a source of foreign exchange, a way to balance foreign trade, an “industry without chimney” — in short, manna from heaven. For decades tourism industry growth has been a major contributor to increased economic activity throughout the world.
CHAPTER-I (INTRODUCTION) A. Overview of the service sector and its contribution in the economy OVERVIEW:- The services sector is not only the major sector in India’s GDP, but has also attracted foreign investment flows, contributed to exports as well as provided large-scale employment. India’s services sector covers a wide variety of activities such as trade, hotel and restaurants, transport, storage and communication, financing, banking, insurance, real estate. • The services sector is the key driver of India’s economic growth. The sector contributed around 53.8 % of its Gross Value Added in 2015-2016 and employed 28.6 % of the total population. Net services exports from India grew 14.6% in the
As emerging market multinationals, they have great positioned for global expansion and have favorable figures behind them. MNEs now account for about 25% of foreign investment in the world, are a prolific source of innovation and make almost 1-in-3 cross border acquisitions globally (Williamson, 2013). Innovation capabilities of MNEs also a part when we look at the implications of globalization. Bharti Airtel has created a new business model which is at low-cost to access high growth. They know the way of consolidating competitive advantages is continuing higher value chain of their companies.