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Volume 05 Issue 04 (April 2018)

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Title : Comparing the Enterprise Management Practices of the UAE, Chinese and Japanese Companies

Authors : Ali Naser Ali Ali Hadi, Zhang Xin, Mohammed Nasser Hadi

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Comparative studies aim to identify and explain differences of homologous phenomena in two or more contexts. Comparative study of management practices differences is undertaken with a variety of purposes and their results and interpretations. With the fast technology development in the previous few decades, there is a rapid increase in the orientation of financial globalization; as a result of the technical, financial and cultural exchanges, the relationship between different parts is getting more and more persistent. This paper studies the management practices differences in the United Arab of Emirates, China and Japan primarily to offer some support and learn for the UAE’s enterprise management practices. Simultaneously, and from cultural perspective, this paper provides an analysis of the origin of different countries management practices reasonably, in order to create and sustain competitive advantage for the UAEs enterprises management practices.

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Title : Barriers to E-Commerce Adoption in Benin SMEs

Authors : Adjoa Candide Douce Djossouvi, Dr. Wei Zhong Fu

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The emergence of electronic commerce (e-commerce) in the 1990s brought great benefits to businesses. E-commerce is a paradigm shift and a competitive tool for small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs). Despite the benefits of e-commerce, the adoption of technology is limited. This study aimed to identify the factors that constitute barriers to the adoption of electronic commerce in SMEs in Benin. Investigations with six small and medium-sized enterprises concluded that the major barriers are: access to specialized human resources, lack adequate infrastructures, lack of awareness of e-commerce benefits and then lack of security and trust.

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Title : Technological and Management Options For Optimizing Sugar Recovery in India: A Review

Authors : M. M. Roy, A. Chandra

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Sugar is an important commodity of human consumption as well as trade. In view of growing demands and little scope expanding the area under sugarcane in India, apart from raising the productivity of the crop, improvement in sugar recovery is extremely important. The sugar recovery rates in the country are low compared to international standards. A fully mature crop loses its sugar content very rapidly once harvested. Such losses increase during storage, transport and processing; especially in the units that do not maintain proper hygienic conditions. Rich literature is available on causes of post-harvest deterioration and possible measures to contain it. In India, cultivation of sugarcane and production of sugar is distributed in various states that broadly represent tropical and subtropical conditions. The choice of varieties and their maturity periods and associated agronomy vary in on account of differences in climatic, soil, water resources and other infrastructural facilities like mill management, its capacity, machinery etc. Although sugarcane is primarily cultivated in 9 states of India, the five states viz., Andhra Pradesh, Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Maharashtra and Uttar Pradesh account for over 85 per cent of sugar production. Estimates indicate that in recent years higher proportion of sugarcane crop is diverted for sugar production in these five states as well as whole of the country as compared previously on account of targeted utilization of end products and by products. Based on our available knowledge, present state of sugar recovery in the country and major states is reviewed. Some general as well as state specific strategies are outlined in this paper so as to manoeuvre sugar recovery scientifically.

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Title : Study of Split Tensile Strength of the Concrete with Fibers

Authors : Er. Kavita Saini

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the present research work is carried out to study the effect of incorporation of steel fiber in SCC. SCC has several advantages over NVC. The addition of fiber improves behavior of concrete under different conditions. Thus, SCC and fiber can be combined to achieve more durable concrete. The effect of steel fibers was studied on fresh, strength and durability properties of SCC. Steel fibers in varying proportions of 0%, 0.5%, 1% and 1.5% by weight of concrete mix were added to SCC with tests carried out to evaluate the results regarding fresh, strength and durability properties. This paper is focused on determine the Flexural Strength of the concrete with and without fibers.

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