diversification


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the act of introducing variety (especially in investments or in the variety of goods and services offered)

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the condition of being varied

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In less than a decade, the second phase of SMC's diversification transformed the conglomerate into a leading power generation and infrastructure firm.
E-commerce may also be part of SMC's next wave of diversification, Ang said, noting that online business was gaining traction globally.
Natural resource management policies aiming at economic diversification and avoidance of risk are rooted in the need to manage common property resources so as to forestall the 'tragedy of the commons'--i.
By political diversification is meant the democratization of political processes aiming to reduce the risks and vulnerabilities associated with excessive dependence on a narrow political base.
Hasanov started by putting into perspective the implications of the decline in oil prices from above $100 to about $40 per barrel today, which has made diversification such a pressing policy issue.
They will have to experiment and learn from the experiences of other countries on their path to diversification.
Professor Chang then discussed the key elements that characterised successful diversification strategies, and concluded with three main messages.
These help managers gauge their firm's extent of unrelated diversification.
Then for each buffer zone, Gibbs-Martin Diversification index was calculated based on the area and number of patches of the various land use and land cover categories present in each buffer zone.
Corporate diversification continues to be an important phenomenon in the modern business world (Cernas Ortiz, 2011).
This study shares the objective of learning more about corporate diversification strategies in relation to type of controlling shareholder or group, more specifically we study impact of ownership structure on degree and type of business diversification.
7 billion if the region were to catch up to the average OECD level of diversification.
Diversification shows a change in business activities established on the malleable and distinguished reaction to altering chances produced by new production technology or market signals.
The Vanguard report, "Improving Plan Diversification Through Re-enrollment in a QDIA," notes that even though most defined contribution (DC) plans contain a broad range of prudent investment offerings, plan sponsors find that some participants make portfolio construction errors-concentrating their investments in employer stock, in specific asset classes or styles, or holding overly conservative or aggressive portfolios.
This suggests that corporate integration, together with area diversification, are the two over-riding strategies that lead to MNCs' use of matrix.
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