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Proposal Mercedes Benz's Formidable Difficulties In Myanmar Luxury Car Market

650 words - 3 pages


Global MBA – 3rd Batch

Independent Study Proposal

Cycle & Carriage Automobile Myanmar (CCAM) Company Ltd.,
How to overcome Mercedes Benz’s formidable difficulties in Myanmar luxury car market

Name : Sai Myo Thet Oo
Student ID : 1301116013051

Section (1)
1.1 The Problem Statement
1.2 The Company Background
1.3 The Objective of Independent Study
1.4 The Scope of the Study

Section (2)
2.1 The problem cause & effect diagram
2.2 Theory and concepts used for solving the problem
2.3 Research Methodology

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"JC&C" is a leading Singapore-listed company and a member of the Jardine Matheson Group. “JC&C” has an interest of just over 50% in Astra International, a major listed Indonesian conglomerate. “JC&C”'s Direct Motor Interests operate in Singapore, Malaysia and Myanmar under the Cycle & Carriage banner, and through Tunas Ridean in Indonesia and Truong Hai Auto Corporation in Vietnam. “JC&C”'s Other Interests comprise interests in market leading businesses in the region through which “JC&C” gains exposure to key economies by supporting such businesses in their long term development. Together with its subsidiaries and associates, “JC&C” employs around 253,000 people across Indonesia, Vietnam, Singapore, Thailand, Malaysia and Myanmar.
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