Financial Projection

  • Global Warming Projections and Fossil Fuel Use

    Global Warming Projections and Fossil Fuel Use By _______ Date: Course: Econ - 382 The belief that global warming has been caused by fossil fuels is a safe assumption simply because of the link that the two share. Carbon dioxide is a greenhouse gas that is released when fossil fuels are burnt. Every time a car gets started or coal gets burnt there is carbon dioxide released into the air and it becomes a part of the atmosphere. When this happens energy gets trapped

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  • Financial

    ACC/561 January 21, 2013 Professor Willard Berry Financial statements provide crucial information to management, investors, and creditors. These statements include four documented forms cash flow statement, balance sheet, retained earnings, and income statement. The information contained in the reports provides a detailed picture to the condition of any business. A business evaluation containing all four documents is essential to form an accurate forecast in past

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  • Financial

    FINA310-1301A-05 Financial Management UNIT 1 IP NASDAQ VS NYSE SHANIKA BUCKNER AIU ONLINE Introduction The purpose of this paper is to inform a group of stock brokers about the NYSE and the NASDAQ. In this paper I will explain the similarities and the differences of the NYSE and NASDAQ stock exchange. Also in my own words, I will explain what the Public Company Accounting and Investor Protection Act of 2002 are for. BODY Although NASDAQ AND NYSE operate differently, they both have many

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  • Financial

    would be the same. c.     What is the project’s NPV? NPV = -$52,125 + $12,000[(1/i)-(1/(i*(1+i)n)] = -$52,125 + $12,000[(1/0.12)-(1/(0.12*(1+0.12)8)] = -$52,125 + $12,000(4.9676) = $7,486.20. Financial calculator: Input the appropriate cash flows into the cash flow register, input I = 12, and then solve for NPV = $7,486.68. d.     What is the project’s IRR Input the appropriate cash flows into the cash flow register and then solve for IRR

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  • Financials

    Financials The four basic financial statements are; Balance Sheet, Income Statement, The Retained Earnings Statement and the Statement of Cash Flow. The Balance Sheet reports assets and claims to assets at a specific point in time. Claims to assets are subdivided into two categories: claims of creditors which are called liabilities and claims of owners which are called stockholders’ equity. The Income Statement shows how success or the failure of the company’s operations for a period of time

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  • Financial

    Solutions Manual FINANCIAL MANAGEMENT Principles and Practice Fourth Edition Timothy J. Gallagher Colorado State University Joseph D. Andrew, Jr. Webster University 2006 Freeload Press, Madison Wisconsin (Insert publication data on this page) Solutions Manual to accompany Financial Management: Principles and Practice 4rd Edition by Timothy J. Gallagher and Joseph D. Andrew, Jr. This solutions manual provides the answers to all the review questions and end-of-chapter

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    MP A R Munich Personal RePEc Archive Financial management practices and their impact on organizational performance Babar Zaheer Butt and Ahmed Imran Hunjra and Kashif-Ur- Rehman Foundation University, Rawalpindi, Pakistan, Iqra University Islamabad Campus, Pakistan 2010 Online at http://mpra.ub.uni-muenchen.de/32685/ MPRA Paper No. 32685, posted 15. August 2012 01:05 UTC World Applied Sciences Journal 9 (9): 997-1002, 2010 ISSN 1818-4952 Financial Management Practices and Their Impact on Organizational

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    tutor) 1. The accounting process involves all of the following except: A. identifying economic transactions that are relevant to the business. B. communicating financial information to users by preparing financial reports. C. recording nonquantifiable economic events. D. analyzing and interpreting financial reports. 2. Which of the following would not be considered an external user of accounting data for the XYZ Company? A. Banks B. Management C. Creditors

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  • Financials

    Identify three examples of entities with for-profit, not-for-profit, and government financial environments in the health care industry. Compare the similarities and differences between the for-profit, not-for-profit, and government financial environments. | |For-Profit |Not-for-Profit |Government | |Exampl|Hospitals |Hospitals |Veteran hospitals | |es |Clinics

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  • Barco Projection Systems Case Study

    Geilenkotten Mark Veugelers Nathan Vastesaeger Wim Van de Velde Barco Projection Systems Division Content Table 1. Brief diagnosis and definition of the main problem 2. Analysis of the main problem 3. Recommendations and justifications a. Product development plans b. Pricing of current products c. Pricing strategy in light of BG800 launch d. Summary 4. References 5. Exhibit 1 6. Exhibit 2 Page 2 of 8 Barco Projection Systems Division 1. Brief diagnosis and definition of the main problem

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  • Financial Management

    Ltd……………………………………………………………3 Financial plan ………………………………………………………………………………………….3 Task 1 - Develop financial strategies. 1.1-a Assumptions on which the financial plan has been developed……………………………….5 1.1-b Financial objectives in terms of finance requirements………………………………………..5 1.1-c Funding arrangements………………………………………………………………………...6 1.1-d Financial information requirements…………………………………………………………..9 1.1-e Financial performance targets and indicators………………………………………………..10 1.1-f Income statement projections………………………………………………………………

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  • Financial

    operating activities of continuing operations is the closest GAAP measure to free cash flow. Reconciliations and other information regarding free cash flow and its closest GAAP measure can be found in the Management’s Discussion and Analysis of Financial Condition and Results of Operations included in this Annual Report and on our website at www.stock.walmart.com. About the cover: Regardless of the market where we operate, the retail format or the website, Walmart serves customers with one core

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  • Financial a

    apparent when considering the company’s financial situation, profitability and liquidity. However, it is important for Custom Snowboards to understand the associated risks involved when considering obtaining a loan from the bank and expanding their business into a new market. Summarize the key points of the company’s financial picture that could impact the bank officer’s decision. The bank is going to want to see the whole picture of Custom Snowboard financial picture and there are many key points

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  • Household Projections for Tanzania: 2003-2025

    HOUSEHOLD PROJECTIONS FOR TANZANIA: 2003-2025 Josephat Peter M.A. (Statistics) Dissertation University of Dar es Salaam November, 2007 HOUSEHOLD PROJECTIONS FOR TANZANIA: 2003-2025 By Josephat Peter A Dissertation Submitted in Partial Fulfilment of the Requirements for the Degree of Master of Arts (Statistics) of the University of Dar es Salaam University of Dar es Salaam November, 2007 CERTIFICATION The undersigned certify that he has read and hereby recommend for acceptance

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  • Financial

    INTRODUCTION A financial plan is used to show the short and long-term financial requirements in order to start a new business or project. It also shows how a business or project is going to be financed (using internal and external resources). Therefore, the efficient financing of a financial plan will assist how successfully the business will be. The financial plan is the final step in the preparation of a business plan. It is the most crucial aspect of the business plan and involves in performing

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  • Financial

    ordinary share and $0.82 per ordinary share respectively, which means the investors believe that the earning will grow in the future. Hence, there was a sharp increase stock price during 2002 to 2006. In 2007 to 2009, the whole world was undergoing financial crisis, at the same time, Chinese government had introduced some changes in terms of the processing trade policy, such as making some widely used materials into the prohibited category, so as to reduce the production and export of high pollution

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  • Financial

    could it use options on financial futures to hedge its exposure to interest rate movements? Interest rate risk is one of the major financial risks of banks, many factors will the impact of changes in interest rates which is more difficult to predict, one of the daily management task of the bank is to focus on how to control interest rate risk. Interest rate risk management is largely dependent on bank deposits for their own management structures, and the use of new financial instruments to hedge

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  • Financial Planning

    Science Technology Company Financial Projections, 1985 – 1989 Criticisms 1. No benchmark. 2. The markets to be exploited are not specified. 3. The 30% annual growth rate projection is unrealistic. First, the average growth per year of STC, as shown by the table below, is only 12% — a far cry from the 30% annual growth rate projection. Second, the division managers or STC did not provide which product lines will produce the estimated increase. Growth Percentage (per

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  • Financial

    A. all financial assets. B. all real assets. C. all financial and real assets. D. all physical assets. 2. _______ are real assets. A. Land B. Machines C. Stocks and bonds D. Knowledge E. Land, machines, and knowledge 3. The means by which individuals hold their claims on real assets in a well-developed economy are A. investment assets. B. depository assets. C. derivative assets. D. financial assets. E. exchange-driven assets. 4. _______ are financial assets

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    .......................................................................... 1 3 4 5 1. Introduction .............................................................................................................. 10 2. Introducing International Financial Reporting Standards: Some global evidence 14 3. Research methods .................................................................................................. 4. Questionnaire analysis .......................................................

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  • Financial Forecasting

    Lecture notes chapter 4 Financial Forecasting                           Author's Overview   Developing pro forma statements is a fairly involved process.  However, the rewards to students are high in terms of understanding the interaction of accounting data and financial forecasting.  The development of pro forma financial statements is an integrative exercise, so there is little reward for a halfway approach.   The percent-of-sales method, presented at the back of the chapter, is a second

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  • Financial

    ones Electrical Distribution Case Analysis Financial Management-Huaihai Cohort- Team 9 This analysis is based on the 5 questions to the case. We believe that answering them builds a rather exhaustive and clear picture of the state of Jones’ business and its strengths and issues and offers a good analysis of its current state. Question A) How well is “Jones Electrical Distribution” performing? What must Jones do well to succeed? Jones Electrical Distribution is electrical supplying company. Since

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  • Financial

    Bureau | | | | | | [pic] Revenues for restaurants with more than 40 employees and annual revenues above US $235,000 Source: State Statistical Bureau; CFAS projection [pic] Revenues for restaurants with more than 40 employees and annual revenues above US $235,000 Source: State Statistical Bureau [pic] Revenues for restaurants with more than 40 employees and annual

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  • Cash Flow Projection

    CASH FLOW Projection Year 1 April Beginning Cash Balance Cash Inflows (Income): Cash Collections Credit Collections Other: May 0.00 June 0.00 July 0.00 Aug 0.00 Sept 0.00 Oct 0.00 Nov 0.00 Dec 0.00 Jan 0.00 Feb 0.00 Mar 0.00 TOTALS Total Cash Inflows Available Cash Balance Cash Outflows (Expenses): Advertising Bank Service Charges Insurance Interest Inventory Purchases Maintenance & Repairs Operating Supplies Payroll Sales Commissions Professional Fees

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  • Barco Projection Systems

    Barco Projection Systems (A): Worldwide Niche Marketing Case Write-Up – Decision Case – BPS and its Product Line Strategy: Barco N.V originally started as a producer of radio broadcast receivers in 1934 and gradually made its way to the broadcast monitor and professional video equipment markets. After a global recession that followed the 1977 oil supply shock, the company decided to redefine its focus from consumer markets to industrial markets in order to keep its position in the industry. Dejonghe

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    have chosen to invest in another companies stock to hopefully achieve some funds and keep our product out there to take over the energy drink market one day and improve the lives of people. Investment in the Coca-Cola Company will bring quality financial funds over the next ten years to Freedom Energy to help with our growth as a company and the improvement and innovation of our energy drink products. Research Methods To determine whether or not Coca-Cola’s stock is worth investing in, secondary

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  • Barco Projection System

    Company: Barco Projection System Industry: Projector Systems In the late 1970’s, BPS moved from producing radio broadcast receivers to the market of projectors based on a clear vision which market they could serve better and focused on research & development to come up with top quality product and launched several activities aimed at global expansion. As a result, BPS was the market leader in high end graphic projectors because of technologically

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  • Barco Projection System

    Barco Projection Systems (A): Worldwide Niche Marketing Case Write-Up – Decision Case – BPS and its Product Line Strategy: Barco N.V originally started as a producer of radio broadcast receivers in 1934 and gradually made its way to the broadcast monitor and professional video equipment markets. After a global recession that followed the 1977 oil supply shock, the company decided to redefine its focus from consumer markets to industrial markets in order to keep its position in the industry. Dejonghe

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  • Financial Study

    Financial Study As earlier cited, the financial study quantifies and expresses in peso terms, the results of the other aspects like marketing, technical, legal, tax, among others. This study is done to determine and evaluate the project’s capital requirements, possible sources of financing including the terms and conditions, forecasts of operating revenues, costs and expenses, and effect of inflation on the financial situation and results of operations. In general, there is no specific rule

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  • Financial

    [pic] Financial Statement Analysis For Small Businesses A Resource Guide Provided By Virginia Small Business Development Center Network (Revised for the VSBDC by Henry Reeves 3/22/2011) Contents |Topic |Page | |Introduction |3

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  • Financial Projection

    Financial Projection Use fund Start-up Expenses | First month (RM) | First 6 month (RM) | Salary- CEO | 1,800 | 10,800 | Salary- 5 Staff | 7,500 | 45,000 | Advertising- Newspaper | 450 | 2,700 | Advertising- Magazine | 800 | 4,800 | Brochure fees | 120 | 720 | Promotion- Coupon | 6,500 | 8,500 | Promotion- Discount | 5,000 | 7,500 | Web site registration and maintenance fee | 300 | 1,800 | EPF | 1,116 | 6,696 | SOCSO | 163 | 978 | Rental | 45,000 | 120,000 | Insurance (Company)

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  • Economic Projection

    Economic Projection Macroeconomics In this report I give the statics that I found for each of the economic indicators for 2012 and 2013 along with what I found of the current state of 2014 then I make my best guess with the information I have as to how 2015 will look. I feel from what I have experienced as well as from my research, watching the news and just listening to people talk, 2015 will improve slightly from our current state as well as from comparing it to 2012 and 2013. The real

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  • Ludwig Feuerbach Theory of Religion as Projections of Human Needs

    Ludwig Feuerbach Theory of Religion as Projections of Human Needs provides some similarities and contrariety to mine own beliefs. Feuerbach said religions were essentially projections of the wishes and needs of humanity, a dream or fantasy that expressed the situation of humankind. According to Feuerbach, people tend to see themselves as helpless and dependent when faced with the challenges of life. Therefore, they seek to overcome their problems through imagination: they imagine or project an idealized

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  • Occupational Projections for Mental Health Counselors

    Occupational Projections for Mental Health Counselors “Although network systems and data communications analyst is expected to be the fastest growing occupation, most of the other 20 fastest growing occupations are related to healthcare” (Sommers, 2007, p. 3). Upon researching the occupational projections for the years 2006-2022, and specifically projections for mental health counselors, I observed that the outlook was going to be favorable. Overall those in the professional and other related

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  • Financial

    Pricing Policy and Sales Terms 19 Distibution and Customer Service 20 Advertising and Promotion 21 Market Forecast 22 Financial Plan Capital Requirements 24 Use of Proceeds 25 Opening Day Balance Sheet 26 Start-up Costs 27 Break-even Analysis 28 Key Financial Ratios and Formulae 28 Pro forma Balance Sheet 29 Pro forma Income Statements 30 Pro forma Cash Flow Statements 33 Pro forma

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  • Financial

    analysis, financial analysis and prospective analysis. PEST (Political, Economic, Social and/or Technological factors) analysis and Porter’s five forces analysis are used to analyze Genting’s economic and industry influences factors. Berjaya Toto is identified as the domestic competitor for Genting, solely in gambling business. The financial analysis report is based on 3 years Financial Statements of Genting Malaysia Berhad (on FY2012, FY2013 and FY2014) compared with Berjaya Toto’s Financial Statement

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  • Financial Management

    * What methods would you use to plan for financial management including: * What you would analyse in order to find information on previous profit/loss? * How would investigate the reasons for previous profit/loss? * How would you analyse identify future expenses etc…? * How would you analyse cash flow trends? * What requirements might you have in relation to taxation? * What types of software might you need for financial management? * Then discuss the steps

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  • Financial

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  • Barco Projection(Marketing-1)

    INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT UDAIPUR CASE: BARCO PROJECTION SYSTEMS(A)WORLWIDE NICHE MARKETING SUBJECT: MARKETING 1 INSTRUCTOR: Prof K.R.Jayasimha NAME | ROLL No. | MANISH KAKATI | 111025 | NIVEDITHA NADIMPALLI | 111028 | SONU ROSHAN EKKA | 111052 | VIKRAMADITYA GUHA | 111058 | EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The following immediate actions are recommended to BARCO PROJECTION SYSTEMS(A): * To stop the development of BD700

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  • Financial

    However, the best ways to motivate employees is a controversial and complex issue. Incentive and rewards can be both Financial and Nonmonetary. A number of researcher has reported that the key to organization people to show their high efficiency is to provide employee an incentive or rewards. An examination of the research reveals a variety of perspective. Some researcher argue that financial incentive and rewards increase employee motivation and engagement more than use nonmonetary programs. Whilst, others

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    calculate the OCF. The OCF is: OCFbase = [(P – v)Q – FC](1 – tc) + tcD OCFbase = [($36 – 22)(110,000) – $975,000](0.65) + 0.35($1,390,000/6) OCFbase = $448,333.33 Now we can calculate the NPV using our base-case projections. There is no salvage value or NWC, so the NPV is: NPVbase = –$1,390,000 + $448,333.33(PVIFA15%,6) NPVbase = $306,709.74 To calculate the sensitivity of the NPV to changes in the quantity sold, we will calculate

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  • Financial

    MODULE: FINANCIAL ACCOUNTING Lecturer Ryan Isebia Subject Financial Accounting Objective of this module The objective of this module is to help the students develop a sufficient understanding of the basic concepts underlying financial statements so that they can apply the concepts to new and different situations. Furthermore, this module seeks to train students in accounting terminology and methods so that they can interpret, analyze, and evaluate financial statements

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    Jessica Johnson Financial Aid Notes * How are you going to pay for college? * Average community college—2500 per year * Average 4 year college---7000 per year * Average private college (Millsaps)----26300 per year * Room and board are extra * You have to find the right types of financial aid available. You don’t want a loan if you could find free money. * Three basic categories for funding college * Loans * _Grants_ * Scholarships_

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  • Projection Can Be Problematic

    Lauren Haynes Individual Assignment Week 6 Due: May 1st, 2016 General Psychology 2301:4031 8W2 Solange Cailet Projection Can Be Problematic Sigmund Freud employed defense mechanisms in his psychological theories because by definition they operate at an unconscious level and either help ward off unpleasant feelings or help make good feelings better. Freud once stated, “Life is not easy!” referring to how the ego is driven by the id, which is confined by the superego

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  • Financial

    marines and energy markets. This is achieved through a worldwide network 2 marks Question 2: Comment on the outcome of the auditor’s report for Rolls-Royce Holdings plc. Briefly discuss the importance the auditor’s report with respect to financial information. 4 marks Question 3: Compute the following ratios, using the table provided below as a template: 32 marks Profitability a) Return on equity (ROE) b) Gross profit margin c) Net profit margin Liquidity d) Current

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  • Financial Accounting

    The University of Chicago Booth School of Business | Financial Accounting 30000 | Financial Statement Analysis Case Groupon: Constructing Projected Financial Statements Designed by: Valeri Nikolaev Objective: Understanding the relation between financial statements and constructing a pro forma balance Sheet. Role of the presenting team. You are taking the role of Groupon’s management team whose task is to construct a projected balance sheet requested by a prospective lender

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  • Financial Forcasting

    Financial Forecasting Christine Wilkes Fin/200 October 25, 2011 Financial forecasting is the beginning and most important part of starting up any business or just trying to keep one running. For a business the financial planning helps the owner track current and future events to make adjustments as needed through out the years transactions so that management can gain the greatest benefit. Forecasting can help any company in spending money along with time trying to develop and market products

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  • Financial

    Fundamental analysis helps to determine firm’s fundamental value. | To identify firms fundamental value, fundamental analysis analyze the firm’s financial information | such as income statement, balance sheet, and cash flow statement and other factors such as firm’s | competitive advantage, earning growth, sales revenue growth, market share, financial reserve, and quality of management. | | | | 1-4: | | | Since the firm has recently invested in a large capital to upgrade their technology

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  • Financial Planning

    Financial Planning Financial planning involves budget, financial map or operating guide (Principles of Accounting, n.d.). Financial planning has many functions: a breakdown of budget, money coming in, and money going out - except the money going out is all planned and knowing where it will go or end up. Financial planning is making plans to attain that goal – money wise. Financial planning provides many elements for detailed sales targets, staffing plans, inventory production, cash investments

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  • Financial

    PRINCIPLES OF ACCOUNTING INDIVIDUAL ASSIGNMENT Name: Bùi Xuân Minh Roll ID: 00241 Analyzing 2010 annual financial reports of PVFC Company Entity’s full name Petro Vietnam Fertilizer and Chemicals Company (PVFCCo.) Principal activities The principal activities of the Corporation and its subsidiaries are to produce and do business in fertilizer, liquid ammonia, industrial gas, other chemicals; technical services relating to production and trading of fertilizer and other related chemicals

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