ISSN E 2410-3500

Determinants of Dividend Policy in Services Industry of China



Vol. 4, Issue 11, PP. 20-23, November 2017

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Keywords: dividend pay-out policy, firm sale, firm debt, China services industry, shareholder equity, firm profitability



The dividend policy analysis based upon the service industry in china. The data is based on the most recent years from 2014 to 2016. It includes forty-two organizations of communication, information, and transportation sector. dividend pay-out determines the total revenue by the organization(positively).  It is presumed that the total sale plays a positive part in deciding dividend pay-out ratio of the organization as it increases earning per share, and strength of equity. The debt equity ratio is significant but due to the dividend pay-out of the organization will decrease.

 


Adnan Abbas :Herbin Institute of Technology,Adnan.abbas001@yahoo.com

Muhammad Saad Ameer: National University of Modern Languages Islamabad, saad209@gmail.com


Adnan Abbas Muhammad Saad Ameer "Determinants of Dividend Policy in Services Industry of China" International Journal of Economics and Management Works Vol. 4 Issue 11 PP. 20-23 November 2017.


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