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Entities like the All Pakistan Textile Mills Association and the Pakistan Readymade Garments Manufacturers and Exporters Association must think beyond profit maximisation and pay more heed to the situation of garment workers.
A businessman's incentive is 'profit maximisation'.
Global capitalism, fuelled by greed for profit maximisation, is posing challenges to the Earth in unimaginable ways.
'The aim of all businesses is profit maximisation, therefore ensure that all profits are made in a legal and ethical manner,' he said.
Although it is not the report's role to advise waqf investors on asset allocation, it observes they are generally not after profit maximisation but rather the fulfilment of certain social objectives.
"Profit maximisation and short-term results have driven a lot of economic activity in the world, and we are in a difficult spot because of that," said Tirad Al Mahmoud, CEO of Abu Dhabi Islamic Bank.
Mr Phillips argued that to be more trusted, companies need to create "public value" as well as shareholder value, and focus on profit optimisation rather than profit maximisation. He cites banking, arguing that if a bank were to make radical changes including copying the John Lewis Partnership employee ownership model, ceasing extravagant bonuses, and levying a small charge to its retail banking customers rather than claiming to offer free banking', it would begin to earn genuine consumer trust, "and quickly address the challenge of being socially useless."
Alaris LCR Engine is developed with a focus on profit maximisation for every single call or SMS processed by the network, which is a primary objective for any carrier pursuing success in the modern telecom market driven by ever-growing competition and constantly decreasing rates.
Striving for maximum profit is what underpins the philosophy of the whole capitalist system and while I am by no means advocating a return to the type of state nationalisation of 1947/48, surely some element of public ownership of these valuable assets would enable the Government of the day to exercise some element of restraint on the apparently unfettered 'profit maximisation' that so many of the less well-off in our society are currently suffering from?
Striving for 'maximum profitisation' is what underpins the philosophy of the whole capitalist system and while I am by no means advocating a return to the type of state nationalisation of 1947/48, surely some element of public ownership of these valuable assets would enable the Government of the day to exercise some element of restraint on the apparently unfettered 'profit maximisation' that so many of the less well-off in our society are currently suffering from?
These mandates were focused purely in UAE blue chips where profit maximisation was achieved by a blend of balanced asset allocation and active trading while maintaining adequate exposure to the markets.