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INVENTORY CONTROL PRACTICES AND PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC COMPANIES (A SURVEY OF SELECTED STATE-OWNED COMPANIES IN RIVERS STATE)
Nigerian Journal of Research and Production (2012)
  • ThankGod C Agwor, Dr
Abstract
This study was necessitated by prevalent poor performance and distress syndrome associated with public companies. There was extensive relevant literature review which gave rise to tentative assertions or hypotheses. The survey methodology was carefully stated, followed diligently and accomplished as required, ensuring an acceptable level of validity and reliability of the data used. Indept analysis of data was carried out. From initial theoretical assumptions, major findings were made and discussed accordingly. The hypotheses were also tested. In furtherance of this presentation considerable recommendations were outlined and discussed. There was a section for conclusions as required, where if the suggestions are adopted in vibrant government owned companies, the incidence of distress may not occur especially if such is related to inventory control practices.
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Publication Date
December, 2012
Citation Information
ThankGod C Agwor. "INVENTORY CONTROL PRACTICES AND PERFORMANCE OF PUBLIC COMPANIES (A SURVEY OF SELECTED STATE-OWNED COMPANIES IN RIVERS STATE)" Nigerian Journal of Research and Production Vol. 11 Iss. 4 (2012)
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