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Must Love Dogs...and Hockey (eBook, ePUB)
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Can an idealistic dog lover teach a jaded hockey player new tricks? "Kelly Jamieson is an auto-buy for me."-Carly Phillips Lilly: My life is like the love child of a train wreck and a dumpster fire right now. I've been canned, my professional reputation is shredded, and now I'm walking dogs to make ends meet. But I still believe everything will work out. Somehow. Then a dog at the park attacks my friend's dog. At first, I'm ready to give the owner hell-but it turns out he's in desperate need of doggie daycare. I figure, why not? I love dogs and I need the cash. Too bad his cocky bad boy attitude annoys me. He's too damn cute for his own good. And I'm not talking about the dog. Easton: My coach is riding my ass and I'm not handling it well. When I'm saddled with an abandoned pooch, my teammate thinks a dog will keep my temper in check. I think I have enough problems already. But when my new dog gets into a tussle that leads me to meet a smoking hot chick who knows how to handle the rascal, I start to think pet ownership isn't all bad. At least it gives me an excuse to see Lilly again. . . . Neither of us are interested in a relationship. First they steal your bed, then they steal your heart. And I'm not talking about the dog. USA Today bestselling author Kelly Jamieson's epic Wynn Hockey series can be read together or separately: PLAY TO WIN IN IT TO WIN IT WIN BIG FOR THE WIN Don't miss any of Kelly's captivating reads: The Aces Hockey series: MAJOR MISCONDUCT • OFF LIMITS • ICING • TOP SHELF • BACK CHECK • SLAP SHOT • PLAYING HURT • BIG STICK • GAME ON The Bayard Hockey series: SHUT OUT • CROSS CHECK The Last Shot series: BODY SHOT • HOT SHOT • LONG SHOT The standalone novel: DANCING IN THE RAIN

Anbieter: buecher
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GMC Motorhome
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The GMC motorhome was produced by the GMC Truck & Coach Division of General Motors for the 1973 through 1978 model years in Pontiac, Michigan, USA. It was the only complete motorhome built by a major auto/truck manufacturer producing what GMC hoped would be their halo vehicle. Part of the reason this vehicle is so different from other motor homes of the era is that it was not conceived as just a "camper," but as a vehicle for comfortable travel as well. The design was radical for the day with front-wheel drive and a low profile, fully integrated body. At the time (as now), motorhomes were built by recreational vehicle manufacturers on bare frames and drivetrains supplied by a chassis manufacturer. GMC built the bodies and in most cases the interiors in-house, and designed the chassis and drivetrain to create a motorhome enclosure that could be adapted to a range of purposes. Empty shells were supplied to other RV manufacturers for upfitting the interiors and also to specialty manufacturers for a range of custom purposes ranging from mail delivery and mobile training facilities to people movers and ambulances. It was built in 23 and 26 feet lengths.

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Analysis of the Internationalisation Strategies...
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,3, , course: Automotive Management, language: English, abstract: China's economy is growing year by year. The persistent growth has affected the auto-mobile sector in particular. Increasing income and the passenger vehicle as an exclusive status-symbol has risen the private demand. In 2009, the PRC overtook the USA as the biggest automotive market in the world in production as well as in sales. This trend will certainly continue: With economic problems like stagnating real income, rising raw material prices and credit-driven consumerism in the industrial countries the importance of the Chinese market for car companies will even grow. Saturated passenger car markets in the USA and Western Europe and low rates of motorisation in new auto-motive markets like China focus the attention of the market participants on these new, growing markets. But the upward trend has already shown a downside. Increasing de-pendency on the strong politically influenced market and claims about know-how transfer are exemplary threats. As German enterprises in this industrial sector are popular worldwide and the car-industry is the key industry in our country, the internationalisation strategies of German automotive companies in China will be analysed in the following. The trend of the Chinese automobi-le market can be summarised in a quote of Dieter Zetsche, CEO of Daimler: 'Wir fahren noch nicht im höchsten Gang, wir können noch mehr'. The quote relates to the expected turnover and profit records of Daimler in 2011, which were mainly based on the success in the PRC: The Swabian vehicle manufacturer sold 198,500 automobiles in China. In spite of these difficulties, the automotive market in the PRC is very attractive, especially for the well-known German firms. However, the companies should know how to manage the proble

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Analysis of the Internationalisation Strategies...
41,90 CHF *
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,3, , course: Automotive Management, language: English, abstract: China's economy is growing year by year. The persistent growth has affected the auto-mobile sector in particular. Increasing income and the passenger vehicle as an exclusive status-symbol has risen the private demand. In 2009, the PRC overtook the USA as the biggest automotive market in the world in production as well as in sales. This trend will certainly continue: With economic problems like stagnating real income, rising raw material prices and credit-driven consumerism in the industrial countries the importance of the Chinese market for car companies will even grow. Saturated passenger car markets in the USA and Western Europe and low rates of motorisation in new auto-motive markets like China focus the attention of the market participants on these new, growing markets. But the upward trend has already shown a downside. Increasing de-pendency on the strong politically influenced market and claims about know-how transfer are exemplary threats. As German enterprises in this industrial sector are popular worldwide and the car-industry is the key industry in our country, the internationalisation strategies of German automotive companies in China will be analysed in the following. The trend of the Chinese automobi-le market can be summarised in a quote of Dieter Zetsche, CEO of Daimler: 'Wir fahren noch nicht im höchsten Gang, wir können noch mehr'. The quote relates to the expected turnover and profit records of Daimler in 2011, which were mainly based on the success in the PRC: The Swabian vehicle manufacturer sold 198,500 automobiles in China. In spite of these difficulties, the automotive market in the PRC is very attractive, especially for the well-known German firms. However, the companies should know how to manage the problems in China. Therefore, the choice of a suitable strategy of internationalisation is crucial. By definition internationalisation strategy is the orientation of corporate development by growth in different foreign markets. In contrast to an international market entry strategy, an internationalisation strategy is not only about starting business in a foreign market, but also developing a strategy in a market which has already been entered. The focus of this bachelor thesis is put on the passenger vehicle market and lines out why the Chinese market is profitable and attractive for German and international manu-facturers in general. [...]

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Re-Electing President Obama & Moving USA Forward
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After my first and only vote in an undemocratic presidential election in my country of birth, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), formerly Zaire, I migrated to Europe and the United States of America, where I spent most of my adult life without ever voting in any political elections again. 'Obamaenon', or the Obama Phenomenon is the main reason why I finally decided to become a U.S. citizen in January 2012. Now armed with a Certificate of U.S. Citizenship and a Voter Notification Card, I am fired up and ready to cast the second vote of my life. It will be my first vote as an American to re-elect President Obama in a truly democratic election. Obama's epic election victory in November 2008 and his presidency are the true meanings of 'Change We Can Believe in,' Hope, and the American Promise. Under extremely difficult circumstances characterized by the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression, obstructionism, 'Hell No You Can't,' and 'Do Nothing' Republican Congress, President Obama has consistently displayed some of the great leadership qualities the USA and the world need: confidence, calm, and proven ground. Despite the Republican Congress obstructionism, President Obama's accomplishments are very impressive and amazing. For example, the health care reform ('Obamacare'), Wall Street Reform, Rebuilding of the American Auto Industry, the killing of America's number one enemy, Osama bin Laden, the New START, etc. He deserves a second term to finish what he started. His progressive and well-balanced policies will prevent another U.S.-originated global financial crisis. His re-election will restore fairness, keep us united, stronger, healthier, and safer. RE-ELECTING PRESIDENT OBAMA is a memorandum to my fellow naturalized Americans and first-time voters as well as Independents, Undecided Voters, and diversity-loving Americans to reject 'birtherism', re-elect President Barack Obama and move the USA and the world forward.

Anbieter: Orell Fuessli CH
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Analysis of the Internationalisation Strategies...
46,30 € *
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,3, , course: Automotive Management, language: English, abstract: China's economy is growing year by year. The persistent growth has affected the auto-mobile sector in particular. Increasing income and the passenger vehicle as an exclusive status-symbol has risen the private demand. In 2009, the PRC overtook the USA as the biggest automotive market in the world in production as well as in sales. This trend will certainly continue: With economic problems like stagnating real income, rising raw material prices and credit-driven consumerism in the industrial countries the importance of the Chinese market for car companies will even grow. Saturated passenger car markets in the USA and Western Europe and low rates of motorisation in new auto-motive markets like China focus the attention of the market participants on these new, growing markets. But the upward trend has already shown a downside. Increasing de-pendency on the strong politically influenced market and claims about know-how transfer are exemplary threats. As German enterprises in this industrial sector are popular worldwide and the car-industry is the key industry in our country, the internationalisation strategies of German automotive companies in China will be analysed in the following. The trend of the Chinese automobi-le market can be summarised in a quote of Dieter Zetsche, CEO of Daimler: 'Wir fahren noch nicht im höchsten Gang, wir können noch mehr'. The quote relates to the expected turnover and profit records of Daimler in 2011, which were mainly based on the success in the PRC: The Swabian vehicle manufacturer sold 198,500 automobiles in China. In spite of these difficulties, the automotive market in the PRC is very attractive, especially for the well-known German firms. However, the companies should know how to manage the proble

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Re-Electing President Obama & Moving USA Forward
18,49 € *
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After my first and only vote in an undemocratic presidential election in my country of birth, the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC), formerly Zaire, I migrated to Europe and the United States of America, where I spent most of my adult life without ever voting in any political elections again. 'Obamaenon', or the Obama Phenomenon is the main reason why I finally decided to become a U.S. citizen in January 2012. Now armed with a Certificate of U.S. Citizenship and a Voter Notification Card, I am fired up and ready to cast the second vote of my life. It will be my first vote as an American to re-elect President Obama in a truly democratic election. Obama's epic election victory in November 2008 and his presidency are the true meanings of 'Change We Can Believe in,' Hope, and the American Promise. Under extremely difficult circumstances characterized by the biggest financial crisis since the Great Depression, obstructionism, 'Hell No You Can't,' and 'Do Nothing' Republican Congress, President Obama has consistently displayed some of the great leadership qualities the USA and the world need: confidence, calm, and proven ground. Despite the Republican Congress obstructionism, President Obama's accomplishments are very impressive and amazing. For example, the health care reform ('Obamacare'), Wall Street Reform, Rebuilding of the American Auto Industry, the killing of America's number one enemy, Osama bin Laden, the New START, etc. He deserves a second term to finish what he started. His progressive and well-balanced policies will prevent another U.S.-originated global financial crisis. His re-election will restore fairness, keep us united, stronger, healthier, and safer. RE-ELECTING PRESIDENT OBAMA is a memorandum to my fellow naturalized Americans and first-time voters as well as Independents, Undecided Voters, and diversity-loving Americans to reject 'birtherism', re-elect President Barack Obama and move the USA and the world forward.

Anbieter: Thalia AT
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Analysis of the Internationalisation Strategies...
34,99 € *
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Bachelor Thesis from the year 2012 in the subject Business economics - Business Management, Corporate Governance, grade: 1,3, , course: Automotive Management, language: English, abstract: China's economy is growing year by year. The persistent growth has affected the auto-mobile sector in particular. Increasing income and the passenger vehicle as an exclusive status-symbol has risen the private demand. In 2009, the PRC overtook the USA as the biggest automotive market in the world in production as well as in sales. This trend will certainly continue: With economic problems like stagnating real income, rising raw material prices and credit-driven consumerism in the industrial countries the importance of the Chinese market for car companies will even grow. Saturated passenger car markets in the USA and Western Europe and low rates of motorisation in new auto-motive markets like China focus the attention of the market participants on these new, growing markets. But the upward trend has already shown a downside. Increasing de-pendency on the strong politically influenced market and claims about know-how transfer are exemplary threats. As German enterprises in this industrial sector are popular worldwide and the car-industry is the key industry in our country, the internationalisation strategies of German automotive companies in China will be analysed in the following. The trend of the Chinese automobi-le market can be summarised in a quote of Dieter Zetsche, CEO of Daimler: 'Wir fahren noch nicht im höchsten Gang, wir können noch mehr'. The quote relates to the expected turnover and profit records of Daimler in 2011, which were mainly based on the success in the PRC: The Swabian vehicle manufacturer sold 198,500 automobiles in China. In spite of these difficulties, the automotive market in the PRC is very attractive, especially for the well-known German firms. However, the companies should know how to manage the problems in China. Therefore, the choice of a suitable strategy of internationalisation is crucial. By definition internationalisation strategy is the orientation of corporate development by growth in different foreign markets. In contrast to an international market entry strategy, an internationalisation strategy is not only about starting business in a foreign market, but also developing a strategy in a market which has already been entered. The focus of this bachelor thesis is put on the passenger vehicle market and lines out why the Chinese market is profitable and attractive for German and international manu-facturers in general. [...]

Anbieter: Thalia AT
Stand: 15.08.2020
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