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Location

A physical place. The location of a business is vitally important. For example, an oil company needs to station itself near oil. Likewise, a retail grocery store needs to be accessible from major roads.

location

see INDUSTRIAL LOCATION.
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Drawing mainly on the theories of Dunning (1981, 1988), Ozawa (1992), and Porter (1990), this research assessed the proposition that the dynamic interaction between MNE ownership advantages and locational advantages has resulted in an upgrading of the locational advantages of Barbados.
This acts as a major disincentive and impediment to locational activity.
A second group of retailers is the multinational retailers who choose to enter foreign markets with locational advantages.
First of all, if the project can provide locational advantages, it helps potential buyers who can avoid a long commute.
Similarly, the locational advantages also support the case for agri business and food processing industry which can form another potential candidate for Chinese investment to serve the local industry as well to target the massive Chinese food market.
For determining and allocating locational choices for industrial development, several aspects need to be considered with specific reference to small and medium enterprises.
The province is one of the recipients of the Road Board Project for the establishment of the Locational Referencing System for all provincial and city roads, comprising the conduct of road and bridges inventory (Phase 1) and installation of kilometer posts (Phase 2).
The complexity of controlling or delimiting the context of the flow of spatial big data about oneself is significant, given the ways in which locational information is uniquely sensitive in terms of the kinds of personal details that it reveals, how such disclosures are made, and the ways in which this positional data may be enrolled as evidence of individual complicity and participation in specific (anti)social behaviors, events, and practices.
I enjoy locational photography as you could be sitting or walking and seeing something or someone, you take a shot, and it gives you an a emotional feeling from the image.
New powers will be introduced to bolster terrorism prevention and investigation measures (Tpims), including "stronger locational constraints", he said.
The topics include an agent-based simulation to show the effects of the size of a city on the socio-spatial organization of its population; whether micro-modeling gentrification is a useful tool for planning; simulating informal urban development in Dar es Salaam, Tanzania; simulating urban land use change in North Rhine-Westphalia, Germany; and a spatial econometric analysis of value orientation, locational choice, and residential satisfaction.
Concomitantly, locational error (distance between the estimated GPS location and true GPS location) and quality of fix are also forms of potential bias inherent in the collection of GPS data.