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  • CSR practices at Tesco, UK

    TESCO is the biggest supermarket in UK and is the 4th biggest retailer in the whole world after Carrefour, Home Depot and Wal-Mart and the world’s biggest online grocery retailer. Read more »

Industrial Overview

An overview of the Indian coal industry

An overview of the Indian coal industry

Coal mining on a commercial level started in India way back in 1774. India’s growth over the years can be well assumed with the fact that today it stands at third position in terms of coal production across the world. Read more »

Trade relationship management (TRM)

Trade relationship management (TRM)

There was a time when markets were controlled solely by the demand-supply mechanism and the only humans who could influence the market were sellers (Panwar, 2001). Things have however changed over time. Read more »

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