Khaled Ali Ahmed Alfakih, Ummi Naiemah Saraih, Jamal Mohammed Alekam (Author)
The Determinants of Brand Loyalty in Malaysian Automobile Industry
Khaled Ali Ahmed Alfakih, Ummi Naiemah Saraih, Jamal Mohammed Alekam (Author)
The purpose of this study is to establish a conceptual framework for the mediating effect of brand satisfaction on the relationships between brand price, brand advertisement brand loyalty of local automobile brands in Malaysia. The conceptual framework proposes that customers will be loyal when the automobile companies offer a good price and brand advertisement, satisfies their customers’ requirement. This study is expected to contribute to extending body of knowledge of brand loyalty in the context of automobile industry for a developing countries’ perspective Malaysia.
Civil Violation in the Capital Market Field and Its Completion Based On Law of the Republic Of Indonesia: English
Dhoni Martien, Yudi Novriandi (Author)
The purpose of writing to be achieved through this research are as follows: 1) Knowing the settlement of disputes related to civil violations in the capital market and the application of sanctions in Law Number 8 of 1995 on Capital Markets and OJK Regulation Number 1/POJK.07/2014 on Alternative Institutions for Dispute Resolution in the Financial Services Sector; 2) Knowing the most effective dispute resolution to deal with civil violations in the capital market. The methods for this research uses a normative juridical approach method, namely by examining and reviewing secondary data in the form of positive law related to the subject matter under study. The results of this study relate to dispute resolution related to civil violations in the capital market and the application of sanctions in the Capital Market Law and POJK No. 1/POJK.07/2014, namely the authority to carry out examinations, and investigations of parties deemed to have committed violations in the Capital Market field have become OJK's authority since enactment. Regarding which dispute resolution is the most effective way to deal with civil violations in the capital market, many capital markets cases have arisen such as lost stock cases, short selling cases, false report cases, IPO cases and right issues, and insider trading. These cases are detrimental to the interests of investors who should be protected. Dispute resolution outside the court or through non-litigation was chosen because it was considered that the judicial process in Indonesia was considered inefficient and ineffective. Dispute resolution mechanisms through the judiciary body have many shortcomings, namely foreign partners have not given confidence in the effectiveness of the law in Indonesia, the judicial process takes a long time, complicated, requires high costs, the decision is win-lose, can damage the good relations of the parties, the results of the ruling are challenging to execute, tend to favour the prominent businessmen, the fertility of the judicial mafia, open opportunities to submit legal remedies for judges' decisions, through appeals, cassation and civil review, and others. Along with the rapid development of the capital market in Indonesia, a variety of alternatives have emerged in terms of how to resolve disputes in the capital market in Indonesia. The capital market has unique and dynamic mechanisms and characters in terms of dispute resolution and problems that occur in transactions in the capital market so that special handling is needed quickly and efficiently. The procedure for resolving disputes outside the court is felt to be the most suitable for the needs of capital market players
This work is a study on the pattern of the Indonesia Supreme Court Justices appointments in consideration of government politic reform and democratization movement toward a new paradigm in official appointments process which is more democratic. Normative legal research is used as the method for this work. Secondary data used in this work are primary, secondary, and tertiary sources of legal materials. Findings show that the pattern of Justice appointments should be maintained and processed with respect to the character of Indonesia government inter-agency relations. In view of the expectation that such appointments should reflect the implementation of principles of democracy by a constitutional state or representative government under the rule of law, it is necessary that the constitutional construction under the applicable articles on Supreme Court Justices appointments be amended
The impulses and outlook of China, Russia and U.S. relation in the Horn of Africa; the case of Ethiopia
Nardos Hawaz Yeheys (Author)
Ethiopia is one of the ancient states in the world having a history of more than three thousand years. The state had been in the de facto relationship with different states especially in Asia and Europe. China and India, however, had very old relation with Ethiopia, Chinas relation goes back to the Axumite kingdom.
Portugal, Turkey, England, and Russia had engaged in different occasional relation with Ethiopian empire from Europe.
Currently, Ethiopia has been strengthening its diplomatic relations with many countries around the world. The nature of the relationship depended on the national interest and global prospect. Thus, its relation with China will not as similar to the USA or Russia.
More recently, the influential computation between USA and China in global prospect had come up with a new thought to enable the states to see their relationship ties in a serious manner. Thus, Ethiopia's relationship with the USA and China had been stimulatingly rising and fall at different times. Yet, the world can witness, the progress of Ethiopia's economy and infrastructure development as the fruit of diplomatic ties with China. While, the USA of course, also want to rebuild its diplomatic relation, Nevertheless, Russia had begun to strengthen its relationship in parallel with Chinas demand.
This paper will highlight, the computation of U.S. and China’s engagement in Ethiopia and the rationale, the interest and the role of Russia in its perspectives.
A Trajetória Dos Movimentos Sociais: Do Apogeu Ao Declínio?.
JANDIRA DANTAS DOS SANTOS (Author)
The present article brings some reflections from bibliographic sources on the genesis of social movements and their perception in the present day. It is not intended to carry out an exhaustive study on the subject, but rather to elicit inferences about the claiming character of social movements and the pacifist reactions proposed by NGOs in the petition of emerging social needs.
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