By creating an interactive forum, they say, they have elevated the quality of graffiti.”Graffiti artists work in isolation, at night, and they don’t know how they’re being experienced by others,” Muller says. “Now they know what people are thinking.”Perhaps graffiti is an expression of a primal human instinct. At its core is a spirit that longs for validation, that asserts in the face of uncertainty, tragedy, and doubt that “I was here.” It says, with defiance: “I am.”Muller and Thomas say that they honor this spirit, that they believe in that spirit.
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Purpose: The purpose of this paper is to examine the trends, patterns and the impact of cultural and home country macroeconomic influences on Chinese cross border mergers and acquisitions (CBM as foreign entry strategy for the period of 1998 2011.Design/methodology/approach: Using three regression models, namely, ordinary least squares, the random effects and fixed effects to examine the impact of home country macroeconomic and cultural factors on CBM outflows as an entry mode of Chinese firms.Findings: The findings suggest that CBM as a preferred mode of market entry provides a means for obtaining strategic resources to develop competitive advantages for the Chinese emerging market firms. The regression results indicate that home country macroeconomic and cultural variables, including gross domestic product (GDP), liquidity, interest rates, inflation, acquisitions in resource seeking sectors and cultural distance play an important role in explaining the trends of CBM outflows by the Chinese firms.Research limitations/implications: The results imply that government support to emerging market multinational enterprises (EMEs) to acquire strategic assets and economic policies in the home country play an important role in shaping international expansion behaviour of EMEs through CBM The study demonstrates that outward investments of EMEs are partly a function of the level of economic policies and government support at home. The limitation is that most of the Chinese CBM transactions took place in Asia/Pacific locations.
Payroll tax, it pretty clear they don have employees here. “This is easy information for the government to look into.” Indigenous procurement sense The territory discussion paper “strongly suggests” the creation of an Indigenous procurement strategy. Ernest Betsina, N chief of the Yellowknives Dene First Nation, says that “simply makes sense” for the territory.