The administrative agency that controls this regulation is the Agricultural Marketing Service. The reason this interest me, is because of who it will affect. The people affected by this regulation are not just the dairy farmers, but the people who buy milk and other dairy related products. They intend to increase the fees for voluntary federal dairy grading and inspection services. The fee increases proposed are 15 percent during fiscal year 2013 and 5 percent during fiscal year 2014. Knowing who would be affected, I think that there needs to be a solution, one where everyone can benefit. If you raise the fees that farmers have to pay, then they will have to increase the prices of milk and other dairy based products, therefore resulting in consumers paying more for milk and other dairy based products. This will result in consumers switching from dairy based products to products of a similar nature that don’t contain dairy, or are cheaper. This expires on February 19, 2013. I will study the legal ramifications to see if there are any legal loopholes for which to overturn this regulation. The five legal theories I would use are, first the Regulatory Flexibility Act which requires agencies to consider the impact of their rules on small entities and to evaluate alternatives that would accomplish the objectives of the rule without unduly burdening small entities when the rules impose a significant economic impact on a substantial number of small entities. Inherent in the RFA is Congress' desire to remove barriers to competition and encourage agencies to consider ways of tailoring regulations to the size of the regulated entities. Second is the Small Business Administration which is an independent agency of the United States government that protects the interests of small businesses and ensures that they receive a fair share of government contracts. Third is the Congressional Enabling Act that states Congress is responsible for passing statutes designed to remedy a perceived problem that is within federal jurisdiction. As legislation progresses through Congress, constituents have an
Business franchise: A semi-independent business that pays fees to a parent company in return for the exclusive right to sell a certain product or service in a given area.
Mc Donald's is an example of a business franchise, with individual restaurants paying to the parent company.
Royalty: Share of earnings given as payment.
There are many types of royalties, including copyright loyalties, patent royalties, and license agreements.
Cooperative; A business organization owned and operated by a group…
International Marketing in Turkey
International Marketing 329
Dr. Hanan Arnous
Spring Semester 2015
Mohamed J Ameer
Turkey’s Geographical Location:
Turkey's location at the crossroads of Europe and Asia makes it a country of significant geostrategic market and business importance. Turkey’s market location which combines the middle east to its south-east borders crossing with Syria, Iraq & Iran can empower powerful marketing strategies and trading conditions with the middle…
past five years. In the exports, the growth rates of minerals and fuel are the highest and reached to 9.8%, which far higher than the average growth rate of 5.3% in the export category in the past 10 years. On the other hand, the total exports of agricultural products also relatively grew quickly in last year and the economic growth increased to 8.7%. However, the total exports increased in last year while the price decreased 9.9% and this directly leaded the gross export value decreased 4.5% to AU$301…
April 2010) Why some rural people become members of agricultural cooperatives while others do not? His research study describes currently members Respondents during the focus group discussion said that they became simply members of cooperatives to get fertilizer and they did not expect other benefits from their cooperatives, because at the end of the financial period there was no surplus which is distributed to members. Low price of agricultural fertilizer might be perceived to have positive influence…
Team Project CSX Railroad
Section 1: Company and Industry Background
CSX is a rail based transportation company that carries the nation’s commodities like coal, agricultural products, merchandise, and other materials. With its headquarters in Jacksonville, FL, CSX serves 23 states across the eastern United States and parts of Canada. The 21,000 mile network of rail reaches more than 70 water ports throughout the region. CSX operates nearly 4200 locomotives that carry roughly 190,000 freight cars…
Marketing Research plays a very significant role in identifying the needs of customers and meeting them in best possible way. The main task of Marketing Research is systematic gathering and analysis of information. It can be defined as "the function that links the consumers, customers, and public to the marketer through information — information used to identify and define marketing opportunities and problems; generate, refine, and evaluate marketing actions; monitor marketing…
film strives to analyze corporate farming in the United States, concluding that agribusiness produces food that is unhealthy in a way that is environmentally harmful and abusive of both animals and employees.
1.Discuss three reasons why has the agricultural industry consolidated.
-In the 1970's the top 5 beef packers controlled only about 25% of the market and thousands of slaughterhouses produced the majority of the meet sold. Today, there are only 13 left, and the top 4 beef packers control more…
businesses, economists, marketing experts; a commentary compiled by the Federal Reserve District. The Federal Reserve District is made up of twelve Districts: Boston, Cleveland, Chicago, Kansas City, New York, Richmond, St. Louis, Dallas, Philadelphia, Atlanta, Minneapolis, and San Francisco. Topics include consumer spending and tourism, real estate and construction, banking and finance, agriculture, retail, and employment, as pertaining to the districts’ goods and services. For example, freight…
Chapter 1 Quiz
A business is an organization that seeks to earn ______ by providing ______. |
| profit; goods, services, and ideas |
| revenue; sales |
| profit; goods and services |
| profit; revenue |
| revenue; goods, services, and ideas |
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______ is what remains (in anything) after a business's ______ have been subtracted from its ______. |
| | Revenue, expenses, profit |
| Revenue, profits…