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FII vs QFI   Foreign investment is the process in which an investor from one country makes an investment in the stock markets of another country. Foreign investments are beneficial to a country as it brings an inflow of capital, thereby fuelling expansion, investment, employment and bringing about economic development.... 
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Rollover IRA vs Roth IRA   IRA stands for Individual Retirement Accounts, which are special investment accounts that are designed specifically for individuals who wish to build a retirement fund and manage their investment portfolio. There are a number of different types of IRA including traditional IRA, rollover... 
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Recourse vs Non-Recourse Debt   When a bank or financial institution grants loans they require an asset to be pledged as collateral for the loan, which usually is the asset or property that the loan funds were utilized to purchase. The collateral that is pledged to the bank is used by the bank to recover any losses... 
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Deductible vs Premium   An insurance policy is a contract that is signed between two parties; the insurer and insured in which the insured will pay a fee to the insurer who will in return promise to pay for any loss covered in the insurance policy. Insurance policies are taken out by businesses and individuals... 
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Interim Dividend vs Final Dividend   Owners of a publicly traded company are known as the company’s shareholders. Individuals make investments in firms by purchasing shares, thereby becoming shareholders of the firm. The returns that shareholders get from their investment include capital appreciation... 
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MOU vs MOA   MOA and MOU are both terms that can be termed as umbrella agreements often used in an organization’s activities when in conjunction with another entity. Although sometimes used interchangeably, MOA and MOU are two different agreements that stand for different things. What is MOA? MOA or Memorandum... 
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HRM vs HRD   Human resources are an essential section of any organization, company or institute. Recognizing this importance, separate branches geared towards the development and the safeguarding of this sector has evolved over time. HRD and HRM are two such subjects that cater to this growing need today. What... 
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Demographics vs Psychographics   The key to the success of any business is the people that it engages with. It is important to do the necessary research in order to properly reach the target audience of one’s enterprise. This is where demographics and psychographics come in. What is Demographics? Demographics... 
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BOP vs BOT   Balance of payments (BOP) records a country’s total inflows and outflows of funds and assets to and from foreign countries and offers an overview of all international monetary transactions. The balance of payments provides a summary of all transactions during the year and offers a clear snapshot... 
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Economics vs Managerial Economics   Economics is social science that is concerned with the production of goods and services, distribution and consumption of those goods and services, and transfer of wealth between entities within a country or across regions. The theory of economics in today’s world is a... 
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Cartel vs Collusion   Competition exists in any marketplace that has more than one market player. Competition is seen to be positive and healthy to the economy as it encourages companies to offer better products to the market, lower costs to offer products at competitive prices, and continuously improve their... 
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Foreign Aid vs Foreign Investment   Globalization has resulted in more global trade, increased cooperation among nations, international investments, and global transfer of capital, assets, resources and funds. Foreign aid and foreign investment both involve such transfers of capital, funds, resources, etc.... 
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Lead vs Opportunity   Customer relationship management (CRM) is a system which manages the relationships that a firm has with its current customers and prospective future customers. Under customer relationship management, a firm identifies different stages involved in making a sale. The process starts with identifying... 
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Accounting Concepts vs Conventions   At the end of each financial year, financial statements are prepared by firms for a number of purposes, which include summarizing all activities and transactions, review the firm’s financial status, evaluate performance, and to make comparisons between previous years,... 
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Auditing vs Investigation   A firm prepares financial statements in order to examine the current year’s financial performance and to offer a fair and true view of the firm’s financial status. Once the financial statements are prepared it is essential to evaluate their accuracy, and if needed, to conduct... 
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Clearing vs Settlement   Clearing and settlement are two important processes that are carried out when executing transactions in financial markets where a range of financial securities can be bought and sold. Clearing and settlement allow clearing corporations to realize any rights obligations, which are... 
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