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Hi, I am a management student studying in a business school. I have given a case study (attached below in PDF) as evaluation. I was able to get an English version but since i am not familiar with the subject i don't know how to solve this. I would like to know if you can provide any solution for this case. if there are any charges to be paid? How should we proceed? Please answer in detail questions a Microsoft Powerpoint no more than 15 slides (10 preferred) including tables. Presentations should be posted in PDF format. The deadline is 12th Feb. Thanks in advance

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