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Business Environment MSA

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this essay analyse the current news related to political environment and apply the framework to analyse the CSR program of the company in the article

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Economy Business Fuel gas Chemistry Royal Dutch Shell Natural gas Liquefied natural gas Mergers and acquisitions Shell Oil Company
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Economy Business Fuel gas Chemistry Royal Dutch Shell Natural gas Liquefied natural gas Mergers and acquisitions Shell Oil Company
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bloomberg.com/news/articles/2015-09-16/shell-bg-deal-may-lower- competition-in-australia-regulator-says> Summary Katakey and Paton (2015) report that Royal Dutch Shell (Shell)’s mega-merger with BG group (BG) faces a regulatory obstacle. The Australian Competition and Consumer Commission (2015) express the concern that acquisition of BG may leads to insufficient supply and increasing price in domestic energy market. For this reason, the ACCC releases the statement to delay the granting approval of proposed acquisition by Shell. Application of concepts This article refers to the political and regulatory factors affecting businesses. Opponents of Shell’s deal hold the view that Shell would export the most or even all of the gas reserves to Asia market, which has more competitive custo...
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