• Growth in the Export Industries in Asia Is Largely Based on Expansion Through the Employment of Women
    about essence of woman employment for expansion of export industries in Asia. In this essay, examples are taken from three different countries in Asia-India, Korea, and Japan. The employment conditions, women’s participation in work, and the earnings of women in these three different countries are also...
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  • Foreign Policy
    . The total payment shall not exceed two times the duty saved amount on default in Export Obligation. 8. Served from India Scheme (SFIS) 8.1 Service providers are entitled to duty credit scrips under Served from India Scheme at the rate of 10% of free foreign exchange earned during a financial year...
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  • Sez's in Gems and Jewelery
    abstract Gems and Jewellery have been a part of the Indian civilization since its recorded history. It has now grown to become one of the leading export oriented industries in India recording an export turnover of around Rs 91617.53 Crores during 2008-09, making it a significant foreign exchange...
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  • indian textile
    Government of India Ministry of Textiles (International Trade Section) *** Sub: Note on Textiles & Clothing Exports of India. 1. Introduction India’s textiles and clothing industry is one of the mainstays of the national economy. It is also one of the largest contributing sectors...
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  • Implications of Liberalizing Trade and Investment with India - Industry Specific Opportunities and Threats
    for a significant portion of traded goods, contributing 18.8 percent in India and 65.6 percent in Pakistan, of the total value of exports in FY04. Both these countries are highly dependent on the sector for creation of employment opportunities and export earnings. The dismantling of the quota regime...
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  • Indian Textile Industry: Porter Analysis...
    global textile trade is also likely to drive India's exports growth. India's textile export (at US$ 15 bn in 2005) is expected to grow to US$ 40 bn, capturing a market share of close to 8% by 2010. India, in particular, is likely to benefit from the rising demand in the home textiles and apparels segment...
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  • Swot of Small Car Industry
    sales in the small car segment more than doubled from 0.54 million units in FY04 to 1.2 million units in FY10. The small car segment is also driving India's car exports, contributing 95% to the country's total exports. |   In 2009, India surpassed Japan and became the largest small car market in...
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  • Harriman
    people within a year of its establishment. Textile manufacturing and export industry was considered to be a highly growth industry in India. Government has also provided different incentives and tax benefits to this industry in order to reduce the country’s international trade deficit. The...
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  • Agriculture in India
    V.16 Export of Potato from India . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . . .72 V.17 Trend in Area, Production and Yield of Potato...
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  • Communication Messages
    its manufacturing facilities across India by setting up plants at Jamshedpur, Pune and Lucknow. This is coupled with a nation-wide sales, service and spare parts network. The Company enjoys a significant demand in export markets like Europe, Australia, South East Asia, Middle East and Africa. The...
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  • Impact of Budget 2010
    and services. d) Embedded tax of 12 per cent makes vehicles manufactured in India less competitive in the international markets, so any export incentive scheme offered to exporters should factor this in the total value of credit. e) DEPB Scheme should be extended for at least two more years...
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  • tirupur crisis
    industrialized state, at present it is the fifth largest economy in India. Given the high current economic growth rate, Tamil Nadu is poised to emerge as the third largest economy before 2005 A.D. The State Domestic Product is about Rs.856 billion and current exports are around Rs 153 billion. The...
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  • Fdi Pharma Sectet
    trade has grown fast  India currently accounts for 1.5% of World trade as of 2007 according to the WTO. According to the World Trade Statistics of the WTO in 2006, India's total merchandise trade (counting exports and imports) was valued at $294 billion in 2006 and India's services trade inclusive...
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  • Essay
    industrys. The implication of international institutions on the firm, an assessment on the entry mode (FDI or export), advices on the problem of establishing and operating a corporate social responsibility (CSR) in India and finally providing recommendation on whether or not Boost Energy should...
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  • Pest of Automobile
    communities on technological and quality related capabilities of Indian automobile industry. Substantive efforts are required for educating opinion leaders and build a strong µMade in India¶ brand in overseas markets. Existing incentives for promoting exports are considered inadequate. An institutional...
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  • Gems and Jewellery Group 10
    imports and appropriate adjustments in value addition norms.  INCENTIVES WITH REGARDS TO IMPORTS • The Indian gems and jewelry export industry had its modern beginning in the 1960s, when the Government of India introduced the Replenishment (REP) license, allowing an importer to import rough diamonds...
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  • Auditing, Taxation, Accounting
    flows needed to finance the current account deficit. Moreover, it adds to investible resources, provides access to advanced technologies, assists in gaining production know-how and promotes exports. A perusal of India‟s FDI policy vis-à-vis other major emerging market economies (EMEs) reveals that...
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  • Export
     Export Marketing GMKT – Assignment No.1 Aamir Meer Ms221633 Pakistan Export Analysis of the previous year to understand the major changes Throughout Pakistan's history, policy has sought to promote exports through government support and incentives. The government machinery...
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  • Sez in India
    between countries for international investment capital more intensively in recent years. India can become a global manufacturing hub inviting mobile investors to set up manufacturing base in India for worldwide exports from the beneficial tax and other incentives available in the SEZs. If India...
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  • Hridesh
    . Based on the capacity needs, Tiny/Small Scale units would be given priority in allocation of indigenous raw materials. • A proper and adequate arrangement for delivery of total package of incentives and services at the District level will be evolved and implemented. MARKETING AND EXPORTS...
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