Case Study on Office of Shared Services

Government agencies and departments across Australia have been under pressure to deliver best value services while demonstrating cost conscious performance. It has been recognised that the shared services approach has been demonstrated to be one of the most effective and efficient structures of aggregating core services, giving participating agencies focus on their particular functional and operational objectives. Click here to read more…

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Case Studies for Asciano Limited

Asciano Limited (AIO, formerly Asciano Group) is engaged in rail operations and ports and stevedoring businesses. AIO’s portfolio includes Pacific National’s rail and coal operations as well as Patrick’s port and stevedoring businesses. The Company also owns and operates container terminals, bulk export facilities, stevedoring equipment and associated services, and extensive rail operations. AIO is structured into three divisions: Pacific National Coal; Pacific National Rail; and Patrick. Click here to read more…

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Self-governance for a better livelihood: a case study of the Rai Dong Village

A large share of the land in northern Thailand has been left unused through speculative landowners and state ownership. Since 1997 landless villagers have started to systematically occupy the unused land in order to improve their livelihood. It has generated a series of disputes between the villagers, the landowners, and the government. click here for details

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Case Study for Water Supply and Wastewater Treatment Market in China

The total annual average water resource volume in China is estimated at approximately 2.8 trillion cubic meters, making China the fourth largest source for water in the world. However, the water resource volume per capita is 2,200 cubic meters. In this respect, China ranks 88th in the world and has only one-quarter of the global average of water per capita because of its large population. China’s forecasted population growth to 1.6 billion in the mid-21st century will decrease the per capita water resource to 1,760cubic meters, presaging serious water shortages. Read more..

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Case Study of Allwin Telecommunication Co Ltd

Allwin Telecommunication Company Limited, a China-based company engaged in the development, production and sale of microwave radio frequency products and wireless communication network optimization coverage systems, has plans to raise up to CNY259 million ($39.72 million) through a private placement of up to 20 million shares of CNY12.95 ($1.98) per share. Read more..

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Illegal immigrants or Illegal Refugees? A Study of the Refugee Protection for Burmese Refugees in Thailand.

The case investigate the structural circumstances regarding the poor refugee protection for Burmese refugees in Thailand. Acknowledging that existing laws are politically motivated, the first part of this thesis examines the political context that determines the structure of the legal framework. The second part of the thesis scrutinizes the juridical framework concerning refugees, namely international law, regional instruments and Thai national law. The conclusion suggests that the Royal Thai Government’s political stance can be seen as a result of non ratification of International Conventions as well as an undermining of refugee protection in national Thai law. Theoretically, the thesis approaches the issue from a realist perspective and applies concepts of state sovereignty and national security to address the matter. Through such an approach, refugees are considered as threatening to national stability and integrity in Thailand. The case study assumes that more general conclusions can be made concerning the tendencies of states to prioritise its own interests above humanitarian principles, such as Human Rights, which can have a negative effect on refugees in need of protection. Read More…

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Case Study on HHO Multimedia

In volume one – a concert recorded from 1984 – the conductor Heinz Wallberg has invited three outstanding soloists who, together with the renowned orchestra from Vienna, build a bridge across Mozart to Schubert and Chopin to Franz Lehar. The famous tenor Nicolai Gedda, who celebrates his 75th birthday this year, sings Lehar’s infectious operetta song ‘Friends, life is worth living’. Soprano Tamara Lund contributes an excerpt from the ‘Zarewitsch (One Will Come)’.
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Case Study on Air China Ltd

Air China Cargo had entrusted Shenzhen Airlines to undertake the operation and maintenance of Shenzhou 9’s re-entry module. To ensure safe and sound transport during the flight, ACC maintained close communication with Shenzhen Airlines, Shenzhen International Airport and other relevant parties to establish a special assurance team. Special meetings were held and professional transport proposals were developed. In addition, Shenzhen Airlines provided a Green Channel for the cargo with exclusive assembly and storage area, and also arranged operation and security personnel to maintain and protect the cargo, so as to ensure orderly and smooth transportation. Read more..

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