Over forty years ago, Vietnam War ended. Say in other way, the Vietnam Civil War ended with the victory leaned on the Communist Party of Vietnam, they also eloquent declared that the Communists of Vietnam completely liberated the South of Vietnam, and united the entire of Vietnam, promises the bright
Finances given to South Vietnam by America soon stopped as most of the money was pocketed by Diem and government officials and not used for the up keeping of the Strategic Hamlets. Although Diem and his regime were corrupt and fraudulent, the South Vietnamese economy improved as there were international businesses who were willing to trade. In 1957 Diem announced a five-year economic plan and called for foreign loans and domestic investment. Those who invested in the economy, particularly export industries, were promised government guarantees and concessions, such as lower tax rates and land rents. (Source E: Author: J. Llewellyn et al, “South Vietnam”, Alpha History.) The government began to import equipment such as machinery and farm machinery; this resulted in the agriculture sector recovering, rice production went from 70,000 tons per year in 1955 to 340,000 tons in 1960. (Source E: Author: J. Llewellyn et al, “South Vietnam”, Alpha
The Geneva settlement was inherently flawed from the beginning, because as a peace agreement, it never brought true peace to the region only more conflict both internal and external. There were no true common grounds on the matter as both the French and the United States desired the value of
The idealists of the people of Vietnam is that of both of Communist and a bit of Democratic. Although the political structure of Vietnam is more sided of Communist. Whereas the president servers as the head of government in what is known as a one system party lead by the Communist party. Nevertheless, in the same ideals that of the democratic system, there is a Congress and within it a Centralized committee. The Congress of Vietnam has been ran by the Communist Party for the past 40 years and all other that have opposed the Party has been involved with some type of misfortunate accident. It has not been until recent years that the government of Vietnam
Introduction Did you know Vietnam is home to the largest cave in the world, Son Doong? Vietnam is known for its unique history and wildlife, but Vietnam is also a very interesting country apart from its history, where you can do many things such as shop
Political factors can often give a big impact on the business of a company. Often this factor is not in the hand of the organization. Several aspects of government policies can make a huge difference. However, all firls are required to follow the law. It is the responsibility of the organization to find how upcoming legislations can affect their activities.
There are many familiar organizations that have successfully used globalization to expand markets and profitability. One of such organization is Nike Inc. Established in 1964 with the name ‘Blue Ribbon Sports’ (BRS) by Phil Knight and Bill Bowerman, the organization began as a distributor and importer of Japanese running shoes before embarking on a project to design its brand, which has become a household name in sportswear industry (O 'Reilly, 2014).
This case study involves America’s largest and most recognizable retail chains. Walmart steadily grew from its founding in 1962 as a small Arkansas based retail store into the multi-national giant that it is today. One of the issues that Walmart’s unprecedented growth has raised is how it can maintain the ethical standards and principles held by its founder, Sam Walton, when it has grown past its humble roots and continues to grow in an ever more competitive and hectic world. Some of the current ethical issues that Walmart is facing are the treatment of its employees, the methods it employs to obtain retail goods at low prices, the sustainability of its products, and the use of bribery to further corporate interests (Ferrell
PESTLE analysis : Is a shortcut of six words which is political , Economic , Social , Technological , Legal and Environmental .Usually this concept used in marketing .Also it used as a tool by organization to track the environment they are operating in or are planning to new project or service .Moreover it used to assess the four external factors with regard to the situation of the organization's business ,and how it will effect in the business over long term.
Today, there are increasing international brands set their factories in Vietnam such as Columbia Sportswear, L.L.Bean and Nike(DangThu,2011). It is not a secret that globalization is increasing substantially and creating new opportunities for Vietnam. As Wild and Han said, ‘Globalization trend toward greater economic, culture, political, and technological interdependence among national institutions and economic.’(Wild&Han, 2006:6) However, globalization not only took benefits to Vietnam. Globalization made negative and positive impacts on Vietnam in economy,culture and environment respectively.
The conditions that the economy environment included, that is, the inflation, employment, monetary and fiscal policy… in a specific sector or region. The macro environment is closely linked to the general business cycle, as opposed to the performance of an individual business sector.
DHL is one of the leading company worldwide in the logistics industry. DHL is based in more than 220 countries including Singapore, which will be the chosen country to be focused on in this essay. This essay will be looking into the company 's and country 's background, PESTLE analysis and Porter’s five forces. Also, at the end of the essay, recommendations and suggestions will be given based on the PESTLE analysis and Porter’s five forces.
The report is about the strategic appraisal of Louis Vuitton which is mainly a French based fashion house and founded by Louis Vuitton in 1854. The report will incorporate a brief background of the company as to its core business emulated by the industry it operates in. The background will further proceed with its geographical markets, the products and services being offered, their makret segments, their imperative stakeholders and what generic strategy is being followed by them.
We have learned that there are different internal and external components that affect the business environment, from corporate social responsibility to cultural and institutional framework; organizations must take into consideration all the factors related to the different parts of its environment.