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Study of Relationship Between Performance (ROA) And Internal And External Factors On Axiata Group Berhad

Lim, Pei Shan (2017): Study of Relationship Between Performance (ROA) And Internal And External Factors On Axiata Group Berhad.

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Abstract

The purpose of this study is to examine the relationship between the various variables that include internal factors and external factors and the overall performance of Axiata Group Berhad. The measurement of return on assets is used to see the overall performance of Axiata Group Berhad in 5 years. The additional measurements that used in this study are total asset size and remuneration of board, these variables used to measure whether there is significant to the performance of the company. For the purpose to measure the relationship of risks factors to the profitability, this paper is using liquidity risk, market risk, leverage risk, GDP, inflation rate, unemployment rate and exchange rate. Data was analyzed by SPSS System which interpret the data by using descriptive statistic, correlation and regression analysis. The result of these analysis show only one factor is significant to performance of the group which is debt to equity ratio with the highest significant to the profitability. However, the inflation rate and GDP is insignificant to profitability.

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