3 edition of Financial profitability and losses in public enterprises of developing countries found in the catalog.
Financial profitability and losses in public enterprises of developing countries
by International Center for Public Enterprises in Developing Countries in Ljubljana, Yugoslavia
Written in English
|Statement||edited by Zia U. Ahmed.|
|Contributions||Ahmed, Ziauddin., International Center for Public Enterprises in Developing Countries., United Nations. Dept. of Technical Cooperation for Development. Development Administration Division.|
|LC Classifications||HD4420.8 .F56 1982|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||167 p. :|
|Number of Pages||167|
|LC Control Number||85241402|
Public enterprise is expected to be self financing through government which controls majority of its shares (Omoleke, ). Public enterprises or corporations are managed by board of directors with a chairman appointed by the government. The administrative heads such as General Manager or Managing Directors. The main purpose of this paper is to research the factors that have an impact on the company profitability in the logistics industry during a five-year period ().
The state owned enterprises play an important political, economic and developmental role in their respective countries. The public enterprises of the erstwhile Soviet Union comprised of 85% of the workforce of the country. The growth of public enterprises also has its roots in the colonial pasts of the countries of Asia and Africa. developing countries comprising of over 90% of African business operations and contributing to over 50% of African employment and GDP (Okafor, ).The small and micro Enterprises play an important role in the Kenyan Economy. According to .
hence profitability, of public enterprises. Their generally poor profit International Center for Public Enterprises in Developing Countries: Ljubljana, Yugoslavia, , p took over companies that were incurring financial losses. While employment generation has rarely been the explicit objective for setting. Trade losses for nearly all high- and lower income countries in March – April Over the period March – April , trade trends closely followed those for industrial production. Forty-three out of 46 countries experienced a lower level of trade in goods.
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Department of Technical Cooperation for Development. Development Administration Division.;]. FINANCIAL PROFITABILITY AND LOSSES IN PUBLIC ENTERPRISES M. Aboud Introduction There is fairly wide recognition today of the need for public enterprises as well as for private enterprises, particularly in African countries which are seeking economic emancipation as a natural follow-up for political independence.
Though diverse. ADVERTISEMENTS: After reading this article you will learn about Financial Management in Public Sector Undertakings: 1. Introduction to Public Sector Undertakings 2. Capital Expenditure Decisions in Public Sector Undertakings 3.
Budgeting 4. Pricing 5. Guidelines 6. Profitability and Efficiency 7. Role of Financial Advisor 8. Public Enterprise Policy. Contents: Introduction to Public. Enterprises from one country can draw on the financial resources of another through FDI, in the form of joint ventures or full foreign ownership.
In particular, affiliates of multinational enterprises (MNEs) in developing countries can take advantage of the financial markets in a parent’s high-income country. Get this from a library. Public finance in developing countries. [A R Prest] -- Survey of the fiscal problems of developing countries.
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profitability of small and medium enterprises sector In both developed and developing countries, financial loss is borne solely by the capital provider and the manager losses.
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factors that helps managers in developing an effective profitability strategy for their company . According , one of the importance precondition for long-term firm survival and success is firm profitability. The achievement and other financial goals of the firm’s are. likely to occur in countries that have extensive financial problems especially large deficits and dependence on external debt (Salvern,p.
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Downloadable. Public enterprise reform is an important part of policy strategies to accelerate economic growth in many countries. The authors identify two distinct but complementary approaches to public enterprise reform: the private sector development approach and the corporatization approach.
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Financial sustainability is always top-of-mind for social enterprises, particularly once a solution has proven viable and begins to scale. When you develop a solution that works, one people depend upon, you want to make sure it can continue to grow its impact and meet the community’s needs independent of the economy’s ups and downs.
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It may be distributed without the permission of the Centre of Excellence in Financial Services, as long as reference and credit is given to the authors when cited. The Centre of Excellence in Financial Services is a non-profit organisation.Privatisation of Public Enterprises in Developing Countries: An Overview Alfred G.
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