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  • Critical Evaluation of Fiscal Policy of India
    Business Environment Critical Evaluation of the Fiscal Policy of India Subitted by: Tanvir Singh MBA 2nd Semester - B Subitted by: Tanvir Singh MBA 2nd Semester - B Subitted to: Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma UBS, PU Subitted to: Dr. Manoj Kumar Sharma UBS, PU ACKNOWLEDGEMENT I have...
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  • History of Singapore
    late 1818, Lord Hastings – the British Governor General of India – appointed Lieutenant General Sir Stamford Raffles to establish a trading station at the southern tip of the Malay peninsula. The British were extending their dominion over India and their trade with China was expanding. They saw the need...
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  • Pestel Analyses of India
    COUNTRY ANALYSIS REPORT India In-depth PESTLE Insights Publication Date: December 2010 OVERVIEW Catalyst This profile analyzes the political, economic, social, technological, legal and environmental structure in India. Each of the PESTLE factors is explored on four parameters: current strengths...
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  • Global Financial Crisis and Its Impact on India
    GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS AND ITS IMPACT ON INDIA Abstract: The effects of the global financial crisis have been more severe than initially forecast. By virtue of globalization, the moment of financial crisis hit the real economy and became a global economic crisis; it was rapidly transmitted...
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  • Dubai Tourism
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  • Growth of Service Sector
    degree, is to identify a problem faced by the corporate and by the current business instrument preventing in our country .In spite of global financial meltdown, India is able to recover quietly and on capital method is vibrant .Retail and corporate investors are gaining faith and confidence in the capital...
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  • Comparison of India and China Economy
     A Comparison of Economic Growth in India and China - Lessons to be Learnt Author: G.Charles Arokia Das EPGP (2008 – 2010) Table of Content 1.Purpose of the Study 3 2.Understanding the economic growth model of China 9 2.1.Factors Leading to China’s Success in Manufacturing 12 2.1.1...
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  • Macroeconomics and Its Impact
    event. Macroeconomics and the Great Depression The causes which led to great depression can be related to macroeconomics Stock market crash and financial panic The Wall Street Crash of 1929, also known as Black Tuesday and the Stock Market Crash of 1929, began in late October 1929 and was the most...
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  • Fundamental and Technical Analysis of Bharti Airtel
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  • Financial Services in India
    Submitted by Rimjhim Singh PGDFS Sem. II   Financial Services in India The financial services sector contributed 15 per cent to India's GDP in FY09, and is the second-largest component after trade, hotels, transport and communication all combined together, as per the Banking & Finance Journal...
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  • Service Sector
    Services Sector 10 CHAPTER India’s services sector expanded quickly with double-digit growth in the second half of the 2000s. As the Euro-zone crisis has worsened, growth has slowed, though the sector is still growing at a much higher rate than the other two sectors of the economy. 10.2 The...
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  • Verbal & Non Verbal Communication: a Managerial Mandate in Conflict Resolution and Communicating Employee Responsibility and Right.
    supervision of Dr. Sanjeev Bansal TITLE OF THE RESEARCH STUDY “REAL ESTATE IN INDIA AND ABROAD: An Imperative Study” Abstract The Real Estate is a very wide concept and it is highly affected by the macro-economic factors like GDP, FDI, per capital income, Interest rates and employment in the nation. The...
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  • Indian Macroeconomics
    future Increasing international competitiveness if service sector Increase in contribution of agriculture to GDP Improvement of infrastructure Improvement in sectors allied to agricultural sector Improvement in public service and development sector Reduce dependency on oil imports Reduction in levels and...
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  • Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on India Collateral Damage and Response
    Impact of the Global Financial Crisis on India Collateral Damage and Response1 By Duvvuri Subbarao __________________________________________________________________ Global outlook 1. The global economic outlook deteriorated sharply over the last quarter. In a sign of the ferocity of the...
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  • Service Sector: Indias Engine of Growth
    SERVICE SECTOR : INDIA’S ENGINE OF GROWTH * Dr.Pranav Saraswat Abstract This paper analyzes the factors behind the recent growth of India’s services sector. The high growth of services output in the 1990s was mostly due to...
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  • The Present Scenario of Smes in Bangladesh
    practical experience for us. Executive Summary Bangladesh is s developing country. Its per capita income is only $750 and per capita GDP is $684 and present GDP growth rate is 6%. Most of the people are living in the below of poverty line. Poverty as like as curse for our country. To remove poverty...
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  • Ethiopia
    Ethiopia in recent years has been presenting an increase in the GDP of about 7.8% compared to previous years, which shows an increase in income, spending and investment. Although its growth remains one of the countries with the lowest GDP per capita, with only 351 USD. The Ethiopian economy is in a...
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  • The Role of Service Industry in the Economic Development of Bangladesh
    Journal of Finance and Accounting ISSN 2222-1697 (Paper) ISSN 2222-2847 (Online) Vol 3, No 5, 2012 www.iiste.org The Comparative Growth of Service Sectors in Bangladesh Mohammad Shahidul Islam1, Md. Musa2, Rajib Kanti Das3 1. Assistant Professor, School of Business, University of Information Technology...
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    their 2000 GDP rate of 16.4 per cent (Joshi & Saraf). With a bulk of the growth coming from the huge economic machine in China, the other BRIC members must play their part in the economic future of the group. Brazil is a distant second in GDP of the BRIC economies with a $1,573 billion GDP ("BRIC countries...
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