International Journal of Accounting, Finance and Risk Management
Volume 5, Issue 2, June 2020, Pages: 84-92
Received: Feb. 19, 2020;
Accepted: Mar. 9, 2020;
Published: Apr. 14, 2020
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Rahat Sabah, Department of Commerce, Bahauddin Zakariya University, Multan, Pakistan
In this study, I aim to give special emphasizes on the status of Industry Leaders. I want to highlight the role of ignored but crucial associations specifically, Panel of Scholars, Groups of Donors, Research Clusters, Export Processing Zones Associations, Chambers of commerce & Industries Association, Experienced Business Professionals and Educational Institutions in shaping the global financial structure. Their involvement has great importance in the procedure of financial growth, because they have the power to answer the present change and to capture the current development in the business world. My purpose to examine the global financial structure was not to going behind the schedule but to focus on the power and importance of industry leaders and discover the solution of how to help the deprived citizen, how to use and manage the natural resources and what the motives of financial structure to shape it in better form. I want to make the Industry Leaders conscious about their supremacy, so that they could guide the both developed and developing countries to increase the international flow of capital and enlarge the earning through plenty of natural resources present in our universe, so that nobody would die without medicine and every one could get education in our world.
Improvement will Come from Industry Leaders in Global Financial Structure, International Journal of Accounting, Finance and Risk Management. Special Issue: Global Financial Structure.
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