Study on Transfer Pricing: A Case of Saudi Arabia

This study examines transfer pricing behaviour in the context of the Saudi oil and gas sector, as well as that of a number of other countries (e.g., Australia, Canada, Czech Republic, France, Korea, Japan, Kuwait, Norway, Poland, Sweden, UK, and

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Determining the Relationship between Transport Infrastructure and Employment: An Evidence from the Chinese Inland Provinces under the “One Belt, One Road” Initiative

The relationship between transportation infrastructure and employment in Chinese interior provinces immediately impacted by the “One Belt, One Road” plan is discussed in this chapter. In five Chinese inland regions immediately affected by the “One Belt, One Road” project, the

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Recent Development and Studies: Public Sector, Information and Incentives

The people of the country would ultimately choose the logic of a democratic administration. Their governance requirements would be decisive in determining the state’s means and aims. In today’s environment, what constitutes real information? Not only in the business sector

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Studies on Energy, CO2s and Water on the African Continent

African countries have a common position in that they emit little CO2 internationally, yet global warming will almost certainly have disastrous implications for the continent, which is expected to see rapid population growth. African governments have pledged to change their

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About the Some New Aspects of the International Business Theory and International Economy-the Time of COVID-19

During the Doha Round of WTO trade discussions, different viewpoints of WTO member states, particularly developed and developing countries, as well as representatives from the United States, the European Union, and Japan, were noticed. Agricultural protection issues in industrialised countries,

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A Study on the Influence of Travel Motivation, Information Sources and Tourism Crisis on Tourists’ Destination Image

The goal of this study is to create a theoretical model of destination image based on visitors’ trip motive, information, and crisis perception. The purpose of this study is to help destination marketers establish a competitive position by evaluating tourists’

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Change in Bank Equity Stakes before Merger Completion: An Advance Study

The association between changes in institutional financial/investment professionals’ shareholdings and firm-specific characteristics of the acquiring companies prior to merger completion is investigated in this study. As a result, the current research helps to uncover the elements that influence acquiring firms’

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Effects of Mandatory Audit Firm Rotation Upon Quality of Audit: The Perception of Audit Firm in Bahrain

The number of years a public accounting firm can audit a company’s financial statements is limited by mandatory audit firm rotation. An accounting firm is no longer eligible to act as the company’s auditor for a specific time interval after

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Analyzing the Milk Consumption and Supply of Ulaanbaatar City

Ulaanbaatar (UB) is Mongolia’s capital and largest city, as well as its fastest expanding. Those who reside in metropolitan regions, notably in UB city, require the largest milk consumption. Domestic liquid milk production is now insufficient to meet the needs

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Economic Development and Small Businesses in Japan\(^1\)

Because of World War II, Japan’s economy lost the majority of its industrial production force. Japan, on the other hand, saw fast economic expansion from 1955 onwards, eventually joining the group of the world’s most developed countries in the early

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