• Economic Indicators of BRICS nations
    of a diversified banking system, development of stock markets, rapid growth of the private sector, and opening to foreign trade and investment. The restructuring of the economy and resulting efficiency gains have contributed to a more than tenfold increase in GDP since 1978. Measured on a purchasing...
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  • Markets
    MARKS: 2. Discuss the contribution of various sectors to the economy. TEXTILE SECTOR: Indian textile industry contributed about fourteen percent to industrial production 4% to GDP and seventeen percent to countries export earning. It provides direct employment to over 35 million people...
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  • Globlization and Impact
    . Globalization had its impact on various sectors including Agricultural, Industrial, Financial, Health sector and many others. It was only after the LPG policy i.e. Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization launched by the then Finance Minister Man Mohan Singh that India saw its development in various...
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  • Sme Business in India
    gradation and by expending the role of small industries Development Bank of India in SME development. SMEs contribute nearly 9% of India’s GDP and the Reserve Bank of India has advice all commercial banks to achieve 20% annual growth in SME lending till 2010, so that the SME Sector exposure to...
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  • E-Governance
    2001-2002 Dotcom Bubble burst especially for India’s IT (export) sector. Approximately 61% of the Indian IT export’s revenues are from US clients. If we consider the top five India players who account for 46% of the IT industry’s revenues, the revenue contribution from US clients is approximately 58...
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  • The Role of Small Industries Development Bank of India (SIDBI)
    MSMES The Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSMEs) sector plays a vital role in the growth of our country in creating employment, exports, gross industrial value of output, gross value added, investment in fixed assets, contribution to GDP, and giving boost to manufacture, service and...
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  • Sustainable Strategies for Services Marketing
    . Besides its direct contribution to GDP, the services sector can be a source of productivity for other sectors and can therefore facilitate expansion in other sectors of the economy. In India it is the services sector, which has kept the GDP growth to around 6% in 1990 when Industry and Agriculture...
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  • Pestel Analyses of India
    level government structure India: composition of Indian parliament, 2009 India: historical GDP growth and key economic events (1991–2009) Market capitalization of the BSE, 2001–09 GDP and GDP growth rate in India, 2003–13 (real GDP at constant 2000 prices) Sector-specific GDP in India, 2009 India’s...
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  • Traditional Trade in India
    Services Industry studies Market segmentation and dimensioning Company and market analysis Financial modeling and valuation Risk assessment and predictive modeling India Specific Work • Indian Consumer Sentiment Index • Business Cycle Leading Indicators • India stock market Indices • Business...
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  • Intenational Economy-India
    indigence. 2.0 Analysis of Economy of India Three years afore the recent worldwide financial crisis India showed 8% yearly GDP growing. And the thing which should be taken under consideration is that although marginally more than 50 % of labor force operate in agriculture sector (18.1 % of GDP...
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  • Ethiopia
    % annually over the past eight years), and also in increasing the competitiveness of the agricultural sector, which is central to the economy, because of its contribution to GDP ( more than 40%) and in terms of employment, occupying 80% of the active population. The Ethiopian service sector is...
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  • Indian Economics
    financial institutions and higher restrictions on resident individuals. Economic Progress Post-1991 The initiation of economic reforms in the 1990s saw India gradually breaking free of the low growth trap which was euphemistically called the “Hindu growth rate” of 3.5 per cent per annum. Real GDP growth...
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  • Sources of India’s Accelerated Growth
    sector declined from 8.2% to 7.1%. Absolute Contribution Relative Contribution Since the degree of acceleration in Sectors/ 1960 to 1960 to 1985 1985 to 2000 1985 to 2000 Variable 1985 the growth of private sector GDP Agriculture during the post-1985 period is much Labour Input 1.22 1.49 57.3% 47.2...
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  • State of Indian Economy
    allied sectors in GDP at factor cost has declined gradually from 18.9 per cent in 2004-05 to 14.6 per cent in 2009-10. During the same period, the share of industry has the contribution of the agriculture sector to the GDP at factor cost in 2004-05 has declined from 17.4 per cent in the old series to...
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  • The Present Scenario of Smes in Bangladesh
    21 workers contribute about 7% of total contribution from SME to GDP of Bangladesh. It is reflected from the table that manufacturing sector contributes the highest contribution in GDP i.e., 38%. It is also observed from the table that agriculture and wholesale and retail sector contribute more...
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  • College Notes
    intermediaries like banks, financial institutions, mutual funds, etc. 4. The government sector: the government performs a number of functions providing with goods and services like education, health, defense, law and order. 5. The foreign sector: this sector makes a direct contribution to the economy by...
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  • Macroeconomics and Its Impact
    can find that the contribution of agriculture is minimal with comparison to the other factors contributing towards the GDP. This is mainly because the growth in other sectors such as manufacturing and industries would subside the growth in agriculture.   | As a % of GDP | As of | 1Y Change | 5Y...
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  • Critical Evaluation of Fiscal Policy of India
    disturbed by the global financial crisis. Figure 15: Deficits of the State Governments as percentage of GDP (1990-91 to 2009-10) Data source: Database on the Indian Economy, http://dbie.rbi.org.in (Reserve Bank of India, 2011) 6. Crisis and return to fiscal consolidation: The maturing of...
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  • Sme's
    million persons in around 3.6 million registered SME units. In addition, the SME sector in India contributes to about 7 % of India’s gross domestic product (GDP). This sector produces a melange of industrial products such as food products, beverage, tobacco and goods produced from it, cotton textiles...
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  • Study Report: Asia-Pacific Retail Handbook - June 2013 by Marketresearchreports.Biz
    Attractiveness, 2012 (excl. China And India) figure 6: Asia-pacific Region: Gdp Growth Pa (2008-12) Vs Population, 2012 figure 7: Asia-pacific Region: Gdp Growth (2008-12) Vs Population, 2012 inflation Problems figure 8: Asia-pacific Region: Inflation, 2012 population figure 9: World – Population...
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