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Finanzas Corporativas Aplicadas. ¿Cuánto vale una empresa?
Price: $8.25 USD. Words: 44,340. Language: Spanish. Published: August 17, 2012 and represented by UV-OSC Editions. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Corporate finance
Manual de Finanzas Corporativas de alto nivel fruto de la recopilación sobre estos temas durante años de ejercicio de la profesión. Un enfoque riguroso a los conceptos fundamentales, evitando complicaciones innecesarias
Applied Corporate Finance. What is a Company worth?
Price: $8.25 USD. Words: 42,080. Language: British English. Published: August 17, 2012 and represented by UV-OSC Editions. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Corporate finance
A thoroughly researched Corporate Finance manual, the fruit of all the understanding the author has gained in this material over his years of professional practice. A rigorous approach to fundamental Ideas, avoiding unnecessary complications
Corporate Credit Blueprint
Price: $7.97 USD. Words: 32,200. Language: English. Published: March 9, 2013. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Corporate finance
Poor credit is undoubtedly one of the reasons many would-be entrepreneurs never attempt to go into business for themselves. Corporate Credit Blueprint gives you the facts about corporate credit versus personal credit and explains why poor credit doesn’t have to hold you back. We explain how you can establish business credit to reduce your dependence on personal credit.
The Future of Foreign Trade Support: Setting Global Standards for Export Credit and Political Risk Insurance
Series: Global Policy e-books, Book 3. Price: $9.99 USD. Words: 76,890. Language: English. Published: May 7, 2015. Categories: Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Corporate finance, Nonfiction » Business & Economics » Business ethics
How will government support for foreign trade look like in the future? Will global standards for export credit and political risk insurance become reality by 2020? And how will strict rules and regulations for officially supported export credits and FDI regarding ethics, human rights and the environment impact growth through trade in general, or exporters in particular?