Friday, 20 de October, 2017
Tuesday, 10 de October, 2017
Thursday, 5 de October, 2017
Wednesday, 4 de October, 2017
Tuesday, 3 de October, 2017
EAE Business School has once again received recognition in the Merco Talent Ranking 2017, the monitor body that ranks the best 100 Spanish companies to work for and which boast the brightest talents. In this edition, EAE Business School ranks in 57th position, in the general classification headed by Inditex, Repsol and BBVA. Moreover, EAE holds third place in the ranking of the best Business Schools to work.
The key objective of this Focused Program was to enable participants to learn and be equipped with basic financial knowledge, as fundamental as the main financial statements, the concepts of the balance sheet and profitability, and the various methods of financial analysis. This knowledge is crucial for all students of EAE Business School when it comes to making any kind of business decision.
First and foremost, it must be stated that the Asian country is a great unknown entity for the whole world, except perhaps for China.
China is the country’s main political and economic ally. 54% of North Korean exports go to the People’s Republic while its second most important customer, as strange as it may seem, is Algeria, accounting for 30% of its exports. Neighbouring South Korea is the destination of the remaining 16% of the country’s exports. As you can see, diversification does not seem to be a key feature of the North Korean export market. In total, the country’s exports amount to 3.834 billion US dollars, which is a similar level to Mozambique or the nearest comparable level in Europe, San Marino.
EAE, one of the leading Business Schools, is visiting Ecuador to organize a series of academic activities and events. The tour, which takes place on 5th and 6th October, is headed by the Vice Dean and Director of EAE’s Postgraduate School, Dr. Cristina Tomás, a highly respected expert in global economics.