• Impact of Global Recession on Indian Economy
    Impact of global meltdown on Indian economy in 2009 | | | | Ashok Handoo | 08 Jan, 2009With the advent of 2009, economists are debating the extent of the impact of global meltdown on the Indian economy in 2009. The predictions range between somewhat optimistic to fairly pessimistic. Bu...
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  • India's Economy
    India has been a country with various social issues, such as dialect barriers, gender inequality, levels of poverty rates, and trouble with severely polluted areas. India has also faced some political problems, such as the border conflicts with Pakistan, as well as clashes between Hindu nationalist...
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  • A New House- Economy
    A new house- risks and benefits By University of Phoenix The National Association of Realtors is trying immensely in order get congress to respond to a legislation that will help families extend their loan commitment, using the rural housing service program. This program enables low income f...
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  • Impact of Tourism on Indian Economy
    Market Survey By: Dr C. VETHIrAJAN IMPACT OF TOURISM ON INDIAN ECONOMY Tourism can generate maximum employment opportunity because of a large number of subsidiary industries. September 2008 and a 3.3 per cent growth in passenger traffic through September. The negative trend intensified durin...
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  • Impact of Science and Technology on Indian Economy
    Science & Technology transforming Indian Rajya Sabha The Indian economy has undergone a structural change over the last decade, with shares of agriculture, manufacturing and services in the gross domestic product (GDP) changing from 28.52%, 24.37% and 47.11% respectively in 1997-98 to 20.83%,...
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  • Impact of the Agreement on Agriculture on the Indian Economy
    IMPACT OF THE AGREEMENT ON AGRICULTURE ON THE INDIAN ECONOMY INDIAN AGRICULTURAL SCENARIO Indian agriculture is characterised by a preponderant majority of small and marginal farmers holding less than two hectares of land, less than 35.7% of the land, is under any assured irrigation system and f...
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  • Indian Economy
    India got its independence on 15th August 1947. From there started the journey for a new India. India had a substantial change in the economic policies. From 1947 there was a gradual but slow change from a laissez faire policy, with low taxation rates and taxation based heavily on lump sum taxes on...
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  • Women of Afghanistan
    Women of Afghanistan Jose A. Gonzalez ANT 101 Leslie Ruff May 3, 2010 Women of Afghanistan Afghanistan is a very rugged country with various ethnic, religious, and tribal groups (http://www.iiav.nl). It is also a country that is rich in culture and tradition. But very little is known about...
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  • Philippine's Economy
    Philippine’s Economy A little over half a century ago, the Philippines appeared ideally positioned to develop rapidly as the world recovered from the devastation of World War II. The country had high levels of education and English literacy thanks to Uncle Sam's colonial influence, decent savings...
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  • Tourism's Importance to the Global and Local Economy
    Tourism's Importance to the Global and Local Economy By Joanne DiBona, Communications Director, jdibona@sdcvb.org Whenever one thinks of travel and tourism, pleasant images of relaxing on the beach, strolling through colorful neighborhoods, or hiking through a landscape of awe-inspiring na...
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  • The Effects of Global Financial Crisis on Nigerian Economy
    THE EFFECTS OF GLOBAL FINANCIAL CRISIS ON NIGERIAN ECONOMY Abdul Adamu B. Sc. Business Administration (ABU), M. Sc. Management in view (BUK) Graduate Assistant, Department of Business Administration, Nasarawa State University, Keffi – Nasarawa State. Adamuabdulmumeen@yahoo.com uooba1009@g...
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  • Challenges Before Indian Economy
    MAJOR CHALLENGES BEFORE THE INDIAN ECONOMY This chapter deals with the three major challenges that Indian economy is facing today. They are poverty, unemployment and price rise.POVERTYIt is a situation in which a person is unable to get minimum basic necessities of life, i.e.. food, clothing and s...
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  • Wal-Mart Is Good for the Economy
    To some, Wal-Mart is a "corporate criminal." A variety of critics have accused the company of engaging in questionable and exploitive practices on its way to becoming the largest business in the world. It has more than $250 billion in annual sales, which means that Wal-Mart has more revenues than le...
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  • Is Wal-Mart Good for the Economy?
    After reading the article and seeing the two opposing points of view I would have to say that the more accurate one of the two comes from the Democratic Staff of the House Committee on Education and the Workforce. The Los Angeles County Economic Development Corporation asserts that the entry of Wal-...
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  • Emergence of Service Economy
    Emergence of the service economy In this fast changing world, service industries have already overtaken goods industries in the wealth creation process at least in the developed countries. Manufacturing industries grew because they produced tangible goods which satisfied people’s physiologic...
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  • Effect of Monetory Policies of India 2010-11 on Indian Economy
    MONETARY POLICY-: monetary policy is the policy by which central government or central bank manages the money availability cost of money or interest rate by the help of money supply. As we know that monetary policy are of two types first one is expansionary policy , which increase the total money...
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  • Economic Affect of Flooding on the Pakistan Economy
    Economic affect of flooding on the Pakistan economy The floods in Pakistan have amounted to an economic disaster for the country. The scale of the human tragedy is enormous. To put it in some perspective, the flood waters have submerged one-fifth of Pakistan; roughly an area the size of Florida...
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  • Impact of Globalization on Pakistan Economy
    International Journal of Business and Social Science Vol. 2 No. 5; [Special Issue -March 2011] Illusive and Regressive Globalization: Issues and Challenges for Pakistan’s Economy Muhammad Iqbal Anjum Assistant Professor International Institute of Islamic Economics, International Islamic Uni...
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  • Indian Economy
    INDIAN ECONOMY & INDUSTRY MONITORS November - 2009 Plot No.: 13/17, Ground Floor, Laxmi Towers, Nagarjuna Hills, Panjagutta, Hyderabad, India – 500082 Phone: 040-23430203-05; Fax: 040-23430201 E-mail: info@cygnusindia.com; Internet site: http://www.cygnusindia.com CONTENTS 1. 2. 3. 4...
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  • Impact of Garment Industries on the Economy of Bangladesh
    The Impact of garments industries on the economy of Bangladesh: Introduction: Bangladesh is currently one of the 12 largest exporters of garments products in U.S.A and U.K. In spite of this, the real situation does not come in front of the world. That is they are not becoming influenced like be...
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