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Journal of Business & Financial Affairs

ISSN: 2167-0234

Open Access

Volume 10, Issue 3 (2021)

Mini Review Pages: 1 - 2

Comparative Solvency Analysis of the Asian paints limited and Berger Paints Limited

Ajaz Ahmad Bhat*

This research study is going to highlight the analysis of the financial reports of Asian paints ltd. and Berger paints ltd. Companies for the purpose of this study the required data paper has been taken from the annual reports of the said companies from their portals as well as we have seen today in the business world companies should be competent via their goods and with a proper quality which can compete to the other products in the market and by their financial reports to present the strength and weakness of the company in order to ease for the public and their convenience to know about the companies structure, to fulfilling this research study we had analyze the annual reports of the companies with the help of ratio analysis like debt equity ratio, capitalization ratios, capital gearing ratio, solvency ratios etc. and made analysis and interpretation on based of the data given by the companies, percentile method is also applied for the betterment of the analysis.

Research Pages: 1 - 5

An Analysis on Encounters and Prospects of Micro and Small Scale Enterprise in Oromia Regional State: In the case of Nekemte Town

Dugasa Rafisa Olana

The Micro and Small Scale Enterprises (MSEs) occupied a place of importance in the Ethiopian economy with a potential for job opportunities, growth and development. The aims of this study was to scrutinize the challenges and opportunity affecting the performance of MSEs with a special emphasizes on manufacturing ,trade and service sectors in Oromia Regional State, in case of Nekemte city. For the sake of achieving the objectives of this study, questionnaires were analyzed using statistical analysis such as descriptive and inferential analyses. The information collected through questionnaire from a sample of 133 operators and face-to-face interviews were conducted with 21 operators of MSEs. The respondent operators were selected using stratified sampling technique. Besides, the interview questions were analyzed using descriptive narrations through concurrent triangulation strategy. The findings reveal that the major challenges that hinder MSEs and their transformation towards Medium scale are the lack of working place, limited starting capital, marketing problems, infrastructures and politico-legal problems. In order to mitigate working place problems, stakeholders like the City Administration MSE office, trade and industry and the land administration should have a joint plan; more financial accesses shall be introduced; With the support of the community, Trade and Industry should seriously follow up the operation of MSEs; a fair competition and healthy market arrangement shall be established; the microfinance institutions should revisit its policy to ease the credit access and there should be a room to provide credit without group formation if the customer has an equivalent asset for collateral.

Editorial Pages: 1 - 1

Economics

Yagnes M Dalvadi

  

Perspective Pages: 1 - 1

National Income

Salvador Climent Serrano

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Opinion Pages: 11 - 1

Crisis Managment

Chien-Chiang Lee

   

Commentary Pages: 1 - 1

Banking and How It Works

Rajender Kumar

   

Commentary Pages: 1 - 1

Vital Financial Management

Mahmoud Mourad

  

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