Impact of privatization on profitability and capital employed of state-owned enterprise
State-owned enterprises are those entities that are owned and managed by the government of an economy. These entities have distinct legal form, and they are developed for the purpose of handling the commercial affairs.
In the existing business environment, many state-owned enterprises are getting privatized due to results of their poor performance and profitability. This study tries to investigate whether privatization can improve the business performance of poorly performing state-owned companies or not.
It evaluates the impact of privatization on profitability and capital employed of the SOE’s.
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