Enterprises

Some articles on enterprise, enterprises:

List Of Chess Books (M–Z) - W - Wall, Bill
... Wall, Bill (1982). 300 King's Gambit Miniatures ...
China Arts And Entertainment Group
... (1950) to become the largest state-owned creative enterprise in China ... It was a major step to transform Chinese cultural and art institutions into modern enterprises ... The group consists of 19 wholly owned enterprises, two shareholding enterprises and one Stock company ...
List Of Social Enterprises
... This is an annotated list of social enterprises sufficiently notable to have a Wikipedia article, in alphabetical order ... of the letters Contents Top 0–9 A B C D E F G H I J K L M N O P Q R S T U V W X Y Z Social enterprises ...
Mining In Georgia (country) - Industry Structure
... In 2005, Georgia had 148 enterprises that were involved in mining and quarrying out of a total of 4,632 industrial enterprises, which comprised 3.2% of the total number of industrial enterprises ... Seven of these 148 enterprises were state owned and the rest were private ... State-owned mining and quarrying enterprises employed 5,700 people and private enterprises employed 2,900 people ...
Shamsuddeen Usman - Impact of Privatisation and Commercialisation (Phase I) On Nigerian Economy
... Privatisation and Commercialisation, now the Bureau of Public Enterprises and was responsible for the Phase I programme with the task to reform public ... Under his supervision, about 88 public enterprises were either fully or partially privatised without any foreign technical assistance ... in relieving the government of the huge and growing burden of financing public enterprises, minimised the overstretching of government’s managerial capacity through a redefinition of the role ...

Famous quotes containing the word enterprises:

    One generation abandons the enterprises of another like stranded vessels.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)

    The personal touch between the people and the man to whom they temporarily delegated power of course conduces to a better understanding between them. Moreover, I ought not to omit to mention as a useful result of my journeying that I am to visit a great many expositions and fairs, and that the curiosity to see the President will certainly increase the box receipts and tend to rescue many commendable enterprises from financial disaster.
    William Howard Taft (1857–1930)

    All great enterprises are self-supporting.
    Henry David Thoreau (1817–1862)