China Case Study

  • Google in China Case Study

    Case Study On Google in China Table of Content Background 3 Introduction: 3 Summary of Environmental Audit 4 Evaluating Current Strategy 4 Current state of Industry- 4 Product Portfolio Analysis 5 Critical Strategic Direction 6 Discussion 6 Conclusion 6 Assessment of Current Strategy 6 Recommendation 7 New strategic Direction/Development and methods- 7 References/Bibliography 8 Appendix 9

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  • Google in China Case Study

    Google in China Case Study 1. From a business perspective, what are the arguments for and against entering the market for Internet search in China in 2005? There were many arguments for and against Google going into China like legal, cultural, and ethical challenges facing Google when the decision was made to provide services to China. When Google entered China, locations and hosted servers were maintained by Chinese employees in addition to strict censorship regulations governed by the Chinese

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  • Google in China Case Study

    Read Case 2, entitled "Google in China," and respond to the discussion questions below. 1. For Google in 2005, from a business perspective, what are the arguments for and against entering China? 2. From an ethical perspective, what are the arguments for and against entering China? 3. If Google decides to enter China, how can it do so while mitigating adverse ethical impacts? In answering this question, please formulate possible options and evaluate their strengths and weaknesses. 4. What

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  • Study Case

    Ethics GOOGLE IN CHINA “The Great Firewall” Prepared by Kristina Wilson, Yaneli Ramos, and Daniel Harvey under the supervision of Professor Wayne Norman (edited by Professor Chris MacDonald) In early 2006, search-engine giant Google struck a deal with the People’s Republic of China and launched, a version of its search engine run by the company from within China. Launching required Google to operate as an official Internet Service Provider (ISP) in China, a country whose

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  • L'Oreal Expansion in China Case Study Report

    Introduction This report is based on the ‘L’Oreal: Expansion in China’ case study. L’Oreal is a successful French cosmetic company that involved into many different international markets. This report will discuss how L’Oreal gets into the Chinese cosmetic Market and the strategic to develop their brand in the Chinese market. L’Oreal acquires two famous Chinese cosmetic brands which are Yue-Sai and Mininurse. It is in order to entrance the market quickly and sales the most suitable products. The

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  • Google and the Government of China: a Case Study in Cross-Cultural Negotiations

    their scheduled departure. The seasoned team had been briefed on Chinese culture throughout the past two weeks by a special consultant retained for the negotiations. They had also been provided with an executive summary of press coverage on China and China’s most recent policy announcements regarding the Internet. The flight across the Pacific would give the executives valuable time to prepare for the negotiations concerning the acquisition of a Chinese domain name for Google and to reflect

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  • China Case Analysis

    CASE INSIGHT ANALYSIS I The Business Environment of China: Challenges of an Emerging Economic Superpower The most important issue in this case This case provides a brief history of China and explores China’s current status in the global business environment. Throughout the reform of political structure and the economic system, the development of China was impressive. However, the potential problems due to the reform also surfaced and became the inevitable challenges of the continuous development

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  • Case Study

    business administration Case study analysis Done by: kamil faiz juma al-naeby Presented to: Mr. Solanki Brief information about the case: The case is talking about the main conditions that enhance and evolve the efficient stock market with fair trading. Next, this case exactly talking about china stock market and how they can evolving the investment in the stock market. In the first, it describe the thinking of Chinese people on their benefit only. Also , this case discuss about the balance

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  • Case Study Case Study Case Study

    This case study is an excellent example of how different types of parties can be brought together in a large scale transaction and how the original energy of those early meetings can be lost over time. I imagine that when Anthony Athanas was purchasing those old piers back in the 1960s many, if not all, of his colleagues, friends, and family members told him that he was off his rocker. I’m sure Athanas was looking at this land as his family’s ticket to financial prosperity and somewhat of a legacy

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  • Case Study

    apply the elements of the Tort of Negligence. Scope It includes the nature of general tortuous liability,the nature of employer’s liability,the application of the elements of the Tort of Negligence and vicarious liability. Background to study Case study No. 1 Facts: A bus belonging to Xiamen Bus Co Ltd had hit a school child on the pedestrian passing zone and was killed. Upon the occurrence of accident the driver was arrested by the police for killing in negligence. The deceased child’s family

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  • Case Study Economics: China

    impacts in China and thus is predicted to be one of the 4 largest economies by 2050(BRIC). China has benefited greatly from the onset of globalisation and their economy would not be the size it is today if it was not for globalisation, however globalisation has had some strong negative side effects on China. Effect of the 2008 GFC As a result of increased globalisation in China, it has been vulnerable to the Global Financial Crisis in 2008. In the period between 2006 and 2007 China was operating

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  • Case Study

    Case Study: Acer [Name of the institute]Case Study: Acer Compare and Contrast of Acer’s “Divide and Conquer” Strategy with Lenovo’s Strategy The aim and objective of every business is to run the business in a lucrative way. In the pursuit of this focal ambition, organizations form strategies. Similarly, Acer and Lenovo also have their strategies. There are scores of aspects of these strategies on the basis of which these organizations can be compared and contrasted. The principle strategy

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  • Business Strategy Case Study on China Airline

    Executive summary China Airlines Ltd. (CAL) is a Taiwan-based airline. It was founded in 1959. In the early years, it undertook mostly military contract work. It was then declared as the official airline of Taiwan in 1968. Early on, CAL had a lot of problems including poor safety in 1990s which severely discredited the image, faulty pilot recruitment policies, lax maintenance systems, high cost operational structure, inefficient corporate culture, and strained political relations between China and Taiwan

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  • Case Study

    MGT 448 Week 4 Individual Assignment Google in China: Case Study MGT 448 Google in China: Case Study China and Google have not seen eye to eye lately. the element of defending human rights or complying with the Chinese Government has placed Google with a decision to choose between the two . This paper will examine the case study, Google in China, and answer the following questions: What advantages and disadvantages does Google have in the Chinese market in comparison with Baidu

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  • China Business Study

    China Economic Reform and Opening: Some Evidents from Guangdong Province In the late 1970s, China still a developing country three decades after a revolutionary regime change in 1949, was in dire need of systemic change. The decade-long debacle of the Cultural Revolution had just ended, leaving the economy dormant and the people physically and emotionally drained. At that time the new idea of opening the country to global contacts and influences after three decades of partly self-imposed isolation

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  • A Case Study of Audi’s Brand Repositioning in China

    China Media Research, 9(3), 2013, Zheng, Case Study of Audi’s Brand Repositioning in China A Case Study of Audi’s Brand Repositioning in China Lu Zheng University of Florida Abstract: Based on a comprehensive review of Audi’s press releases published from 1999 to 2007 and in-depth interviews with Audi’s public relations professionals, this case study identified media relations, event sponsorship, and corporate social responsibility as Audi’s main public relations strategies for its brand repositioning

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  • Google China Case

    FREEDOM IN CHINA: A CASE STUDY ON GOOGLE’S CHINA EXPERIENCE JYH-AN LEE,* CHING-YI LIU,** AND WEIPING LI*** ABSTRACT ........................................................................................ 406 INTRODUCTION ................................................................................. 406 I. THE NATURE OF THE INTERNET AND GOOGLE’S BUSINESS ............ 408 A. The Evolving Nature of the Internet................................. 408 B. The Study of Google and its China Experience

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  • Case Study

    of Business SUPPORT DOCUMENT I - CASE STUDIES The texts making-up this document review and emphasize significant issues covered during the sessions. The questions asked at the beginning of each set of texts are meant to help students identify the issues that they should pay attention to. Students will work in teams on one single case study (see class outline for number of students per team). Each team will produce a presentation slideshow of its case study (7-10 slides per presentation, depending

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  • Marina Case China

    Subject: Case 2-9 Coping with Corruption in Trading with China Prof - 24/02/2014 Assume you are the CEO of a new firm that has perfected a package of software applications for medium and large sized companies to help manage intellectual property applications (patents, trademarks, copyrights). Licenses for companies in the United States have sold briskly, at $ 2000 per company for more than a year. Now you have heard rumors that your software is being pirated in China. Ironic, isn’t it

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  • Nes China Case Study

    Case study on NES China – Business ethics 1.Problem Statement The case about a company NES which is a Germany-headquartered multinational company that builds heavy machinery, automotive systems, electrical drives and steel tubes and pipes It began business in China since 1889, with 20 representative offices, 6 equity joint ventures, and 3 wholly owned enterprises. Now The Company wants to set up a holding company to facilitate its manufacturing activities in China. The case brings about the

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  • Strategic Sourcing at Whirlpool China Case Study Analysis

    Date: April 27, 2014 Professor Dahan Individual Case Study International Business Practicum Strategic Sourcing at Whirlpool China Q1. Whirlpool’s Global Sourcing Strategy (GSS) in China had many advantages as well as disadvantages. As the case explains, China had become one of the world’s largest household appliance makers, and relocation of Whirlpool’s Asian HQ to Shanghai helped the company’s products gain acceptance within the market. Furthermore, setting up an international procurement

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  • China Case Study

    Globalisation refers to the increase in the integration between countries and the establishment of a single global economy. China is current the world’s second largest economy and in the past two decades has been the worlds fastest growing economy, sustaining an average rate of growth in real GDP of 10% per annum. The effect of globalisation on China’s economy can be seen in the areas of economic growth, economic development, quality of life, economic stability and environmental sustainability.

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  • Walmart Case Study (in China)

    Wal-Mart in China In the United States, Wal-Mart has become the leader of all retail stores and is the largest retailer than any other dominating the industry with stores in the international market. The company operates in 27 countries including Canada, and the United Kingdom (Farhoomand, & Wang, 2008; Wal-Mart, 2014). Wal-Mart was founded in Rogers, Arkansas by Sam Walton (Wal-Mart, 2014); and throughout the years it grew into a successful business. When Mr. Walton created Wal-Mart, he defined

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  • Intel Case Analysis in China

    requested manual size. The timeline of the project could also be changed to be a short term assignment with realistic due dates. Tang attempts to find balance between his past low context culture in the west with his current high context culture in China. Tang should give Li recognition for his Chinese culture skill set of building Guanxi with account holders. The praise given to Li should be specifically directly linked to the Intel strategies. Tang, Cheng and Li should commit to the idea of how

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  • Case Study

    Case Analysis Questions for Case 7-2 (pp. 222-223): Cosmetics Giants Segment the Global Cosmetics Market 1. What product lines do L’Oreal offer in its home market (France) and other developed markets (USA, UK, etc.)? How does L’Oreal segment and target in these established markets? (You need to visit L’Oreal website and conduct additional online research to find relevant information and answer this question.) France: • Makeup (tint/tone, lips, eyes, nails) • Facials (organized

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  • Case Study of Google’s Move Out of China

    An Analysis of The Case Study of Google’s Move Out of China An Explanation of the Problem Google is an American multinational Internet Corporation that was founded by Sergey Brin and Larry Page. When Google entered the Chinese market, censorship frequently interrupted its service. China has always been a relatively closed society and the government has tried to keep control on what its citizens’ experience on the Internet and social media. Google could not accept the government’s censorship; the

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  • Unit 4 Mattel’s China Experience Case Study Analysis

    Unit 4 Mattel’s China Experience Case Study Analysis MT460 Management Policy and Strategy Professor: Dr. Margery Mayer Date: June 18, 2011 In 1944, based in California, Ruth and Elliot Handler founded Mattel after World War II. In the 1950’s, Mattel start advertising on Mickey Mouse Club with their core product being Barbie. Barbie was named after their daughter Barbara’s nickname. In the 1960, Mattel became publicly owned and in 1965, their sales top $100 million the company now

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  • Case Study

    3 year average rank (2012-14) + Part of 1% of business schools to be awarded tripe accreditation status (AMBA, EQUIS, AACSB) Original Thinking Applied CONTENTS CSR 2014 04 The Trend The rise of CSR in business education 07 Case Study 10 Teaching CSR 14 16 18 Event The green trend in business Advertorial Economy MBAs and social responsibility Industry 08 CSR 2014 Lowdown on courses and events Oil companies and MBAs: a pipeline for

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  • China in Mozambique: a Cautious Approach Country Case Study

    OCCASIONAL PAPER NO 23 China in Africa Project January 2009 China in Mozambique: A Cautious Approach Country Case Study at io n al Af fai r s Paula Cristina Roque rn te f In eo t tit u . Ins hts can fr i ig ins South A l a Glob African perspectives. ABOUT SAIIA The South African Institute of International Affairs (SAIIA) has a long and proud record as South Africa’s premier research institute on international issues. It is an independent,

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  • Case Study on Us vs China Leadership

    1.0 Back ground of the study America and China are two major names in the business industry. Both of it have their own character and ways in handling the business. Understanding the cultural background of these two countries will help us understands the style of each countries in managing the leadership culture. Due to globalization, organizations face many changes. It is such as changes in behaviour and technology. Steffi Biester had said that “Value the differences but also discover the similarities

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  • Case Study

    Case 1.1: Case on role of HR manager Chadha, N.K. (2002). Worker’s troubles in China. In Human Resource Development: Issues, Case Studies and Experiential Exercises (2nd Ed.) (pp. 12-13). New Delhi: Shri Sai Publishers After centuries of economic isolation, China, under a communist–led government began to undergo economic liberalisation in the 1980’s. This economic liberalisation led to foreign contacts which raised hopes among many for greater freedom and control of their own lives. Increased

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  • Case Study

    operating in China outweighed the costs? Google’s managers used the utilitarian philosophy, which is weighing good versus bad. Utilitarianism is committed to the maximization of good and the minimization of bad. Utilitarianism weighs carefully the social benefits and cost of a business action and to purse only the actions where the benefits outweigh the cost. Google’s managers evidently saw good margin for profit and it outweighed all other issues that may arise. According to the case study on page 154

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  • China Case

    China – entry into WTO * Reduction of trade barriers, and limits to import. * Reduction of goverment subsidies and other form of support. * Equal treatment for foreign and domestic firms. * Trade barriers between provinces removed. * Market size up, opportunity to export. * Opportunity to offshoring and outsourcing. Steel – before 2000 * Many low quality steel mills; subsidies * Overemployment * Only 8 mills reached min efficiency to win profits. * World’s

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  • Case Study

    CASE STUDY Worldwide, many companies provide services to international market companies. The price of doing business in a global market is being subjected to the laws and regulations of the country in which the company operates. Google is one such company that makes available an internet search engine worldwide. While the service has been mainly operated from the United States, Google has provided its service since 2000, in a version that is available in the Chinese language to the people of

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  • Study Plan in China

    plan of study in China From day to day China and Russia cooperate with each other, become the countries more joined together in politics, tourism and the world. I want to improve my language skills, Chinese, English. I want to learn Chinese culture, history, Chinese management and economy. I want to carry a benefit to all people all around the world, but first of all to people of China and Russia. In my opinion benefit to people is happiness – happiness due to tourism. I think that China is a very

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  • China Case Study

    Focuses on one of the most significant aspects of development. | Evidence from some countries that the level of infant mortality is well above that disclosed.High infant mortality could be a result of social or political factors. For example in China the figure would be very high because of the countries one child policy. | Over a period of 28 years China’s literacy has increased steadily com

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  • Case Study

    Case Study Paper MGT448 – Global Business Strategies October 11, 2011 Professor Dana Moore Gray, Ph.D., APR Case Study – Google in China This case study paper will examine Google’s entry into China. This case study will be focusing on the following topics; the legal, cultural and ethical challenges that Google experienced, the role that the Chinese government played, and a summarization of the operational and strategic challenges that faced Google’s managers. Google in China Looking to

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  • China and India Case Study

    China and India: The Pattern of Recent Growth and Governance in a Comparative Political Economy Perspective By Pranab Bardhan The two largest countries of the world with ancient agrarian civilizations, with many centuries of dominance in the world economy in the past and recently with impressive economic growth performance, draw obvious comparison. Over the last more than sixty years the two neighboring countries having adopted sharply divergent political and economic systems also provide

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  • Harvard Business Case Study: China Walmart

    Walmart- China 1. Customers patronize Wal-Mart China stores because they have low prices which are a great asset to china’s consumers who are more cost sensitive than other countries. Although, China’s consumers like to go to store after store to find the cheapest price, and of course Wal-Mart contains those low prices. Wal-Mart also established through studies and research that China’s customers valued great customer satisfaction which in return they displayed their loyalty by coming back over

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  • Case Study

    Case Study Kizowanda Staples University of Phoenix MGT/448 Dale Hetrick November 08, 2011 Google is a political and cultural imperialist to change china is an Internet system that has rules and regulations. China legal system plays different roles in their culture

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  • Case Study: Google in China

    Case Study Google in China Toya Carter MGT/448 December 17, 2011 Edward Miller Google in China Describe the legal, cultural, and ethical challenges that confront the global business presented in your selected case study.  Determine the various roles that host governments played in this particular global business operation.  Summarize the strategic and operational challenges facing

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  • China Studies Foreign Ipos

    Diary Project China Studies Foreign IPOs 09/21/2011 I. Summary China’s government is considering new regulations to govern a corporate structure, the so called VIE which is known as variable interest entity, that has enabled a wave of Chinese firms to list overseas by circumventing rules against foreign investment in sectors such as the Internet. Under this special structure, Chinese legal entities hold the sensitive permits and licenses required to do business in China while the offshore

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  • Ikea - Case Study Expansion Into China and Japan

    East” Global Strategic Marketing Case Study Table of Contents 1 Introduction to the case 2 2 Critically and systematically analyse the global strategic advantages of IKEA 3 2.1 Branding , designer appeal 3 2.2 Critical mass, low cost, low price 3 2.3 Quality, green credentials 3 2.4 Global appeal, local sensitivity 3 3 What were the key challenges that IKEA faced in a) China and b) Japan? 4 3.1 Key challenges faced by IKEA in China 4 3.1.1 Cultural 4 3.1.2 Structural

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  • Global Business Strategies - Case Study of Google Into China

    Case Study of Google in China Case Study of Google in China The SEO Consultants (2010) website highlights Google as the number one leading internet search engine within the United States today. In earlier years, the managers’ of Google recognized to remain competitive they needed to enter into the international territory of China. Shortly after launching the search engine in China from the home base of the U.S., the Chinese government blocked the site to prevent users from access to information

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  • Nes China Case Study

    National Companies doing business in China, and failing to adapt to the local business environment, MNCs are likely to fall in to the wrong side of the diving line. What Mueller must know is that you can not apply foreign principles of doing business in a local business environment. We would give Mueller a good example of what the regional manager for SEALED AIR CORPORATION (China Region), Bob Kayser did when entering Taiwan market (According to a case study: Sealed Air Taiwan –A). He first read

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  • Case Study

    Case Study #2: IKEA 1. How has the globalization of markets benefited IKEA? Globalization is the global distribution of the production of goods and services, through reduction of barriers to international trade such as tariffs, export fees, and import quotas. Globalization alone contributes to economic growth in developed and developing countries through increased specialization

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  • China Case Overview

    The article ‘Beware China and the Business Cycle’ featured in The Financial Review discusses the potential impacts of China’s slowing growth rates on the global environment. The issue is that the Chinese economy has become a significant world player and “the evolution” of its business cycle will have severe knock-on effects on the rest of the world economy, particularly in Australia. The article highlights the economic implications of China’s slowing growth rates as Australia’s most important trading

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  • Case Study of Red Bull to China

    Analysis of Expansion in China Prepared for: Eric Ng Prepared by: Yin-Fei Ge 6 May 2010 Executive Summary This report forms for previous analyzing the Chinese market and recommend entry strategies for Red Bull. This report focuses on analyzing the economic, political and legal, and culture environment. By analyzing the three environments one by one, some outcomes have been found and entry strategies are recommended. Major outcomes are: a. China has perfect market

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  • Case Study : China Doll

    INTEGRATED CASE STUDY REPORT ON CASE STUDY NO 4: CHINA DOLLS Question 1 Based on the financial information given in Appendix A, what is HCF’s current financial position, how it is performing, perform ratio analysis to assess its current financial position and financial performance. (a) HCF’S Current Financial Position. (b) How HCF is performing. * Falling margins and profits * Revenue decreased by 7.7% (RM10mil) but COGS increased by 6.5% (RM4740mil) in 2008 * Operating

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  • Family Business and Entrepreneurships in China Harilela Case-Study

    role of a chairman and starts performing “reforms” which are not in the parallel with others- more older and mature members. This could ruin Harilela family harmony, which was created and well treated during a number of years. From the other hand, in case Aron just join a board as a chairman and starts follow its old way of doing business, it could have a negative affect on the last one as will not be efficient in the nowadays environment. Obviously there is not sense to follow that path as it does

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