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Dabhol case study: In the Dabhol case, we see large American corporations that invest and manage projects in developing countries with little concern for the local citizens. In this case the corporations include Enron Power, Bechtel and General Electric.
1.What were the events that led to the cancellation of this project by the Maharashtra government and what actions on the part of Enron and the other project investors did you find most troubling?
2.Based on your Kendall readings and other case studies you have read in this class, how might a properly structured PMO have benefited Enron?
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