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  • Imperialism and India
    Imperialism and India Throughout history, many nations have implemented imperialism to enforce their will over others for money, protection and civilization. India was no exception. Since its discovery, Europeans were trying get a piece of India's action. In many cases England was the imperial
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  • Private Foreign Capital in India
    "Private Foreign Capital in India"-Macro Economics Individual Project (Term Paper) Kaushik. P Great Lakes Institute Of Management, Srinagar Colony, Off Raj Bhavan Road, 24, South Mada Street, Chennai - 600015, India Problem: Has Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) contributed to the gro
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  • Doing Business in India
    We believe the single greatest risk of doing business in India is its bureaucracy. The Indian bureaucracy is often referred to as "babudom." An Indian bureaucrat is often referred to as a "babu." Today, babu may also mean "Sir" or "Mr." The babudom was formed after India gained independence from
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  • Environment Analysis of the Bpo Industry in India
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  • India Risk Analysis
    Global investors, markets, and foreign governments are often held responsible by their citizens or shareholders to ensure the potential is measured against the risks when investing. In recent years the strength of India on the global market has continued to show signs of political and economical gro
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  • India Country Profile
    1. General information Facts • Population: 1,080,264,388 (est. 2005) • Area: 3,287,590 sq km • Location: Southern Asia. Neighbours are Bangladesh, Bhutan, Burma, China, Nepal and Pakistan. It Borders the Arabian Sea and the Bay of Bengal. • Capital: New Delhi • Government type: Federal re
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  • Economy of India
    November 5, 2005 Economic Growth and Development Economy of India The economy of India has seen an explosive amount of growth during the past few years. India's economy is the fourth largest in the world in terms of purchasing power parity (PPP) followed by a Gross Domestic Product of $3.3 tril
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  • Farming: Subsistence: Rice Growing in India and Commercial: Rubber Plantation in Cambodia
    Farming Agriculture is the process of producing food, feed, fiber and other products by the cultivation of certain plants and the raising of domestic animals. The practice of agriculture is also known as "farming". There are many types of farming. They can be classified into many groups. The g
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  • India Colonial Pasts and Presents
    The English business endeavor to India was assigned to the East India Company, which received its monopoly rights of trade in 1600. The company included a group of London merchants fascinated by Eastern prospects, not as good as the national character of the Dutch company. Their original fund of fif
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  • Export Management - Strategy
    THIS TEXTBOOK HASN'T BEEN TO PRINT YET. VERY CURRENT. OUR PROFESSOR IS MAKING US WRITE THE TEST TO EACH CHAPTER. GO FIGURE. SO, HERE IT IS BEFORE IT IS PUBLISHED! :) TESTS TO FOLLOW. CHAPTER 1 THE HISTORICAL OVERVIEW OF EXPORTING Introduction The history of exporting is an interestin
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  • India Infrastructure & Economy
    INDIA ECONOMY & INFRASR+TRUCTURE OVERVIEW India is rich in natural resources and manpower and has made significant economic progress since attaining independence in 1947. India's economy encompasses traditional village farming, forestry, fishing, modern agriculture, handicrafts, a wide range of
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  • Pear Culturing in India
    Table of contents I. The Business A. Description of business, customer value proposition and competitive advantages, if any B. Market Opportunity C. Competition D. Marketing E. Management Team II. Financial Data/Revenue Model A. Balance sheet B. Breakeven analy
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  • Textile Industry and Duties in India
    ATextile and apparel is a privileged exports sector in India contributing 30 % of total exports. And it has valid reasons. A long history of fine textiles, easy availability of the finest raw material, natural or manmade, classic weaving, manual or mechanized, labor availability and flexible product
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  • Capital Account Convertibility in India
    This is not my work.. this was forwarded to me by someone.. i found it very useful. Capital Account Convertibility India has been relentlessly moving on the path towards liberalization, opening up its markets and loosening its controls over many economic matters so as to integrate with the g
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  • The Modern India
    September 7. Assignment 1 and 2. In the years just prior to the mutiny it seems that many factors combined to create a climate of social and political unrest in India. The political expansion of the East India Company at the expense of native princes and of the Mughal court aroused Hindu and Musl
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  • Exploring Business Opportunities Between India and Pakistan
    Introduction India and Pakistan used to be one nation governed by the British Empire until 15th August 1947, when they were divided into two different countries. From the day of independence the seeds of conflict were sown and these countries have since always been in a state of cold war for almo
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  • Coke in India
    Why might India want Coca-Cola to enter their market? Why and how should Coca-Cola enter the Indian market? In my opinion, collaboration between India and Coca-Cola would be a positive expansion of growth for both parties. I will first explain why this would benefit both sides, and second why and
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  • Tourism Industry in India (Nov 2006)
    Tourism Industry in India (Nov 2006) Contents • Introduction • Incredible India • Boom Time • Economic Growth Engine • India on the World Map • The scene till now • Govt Policies and Initiatives • Open Eyes- Open Arms • Challenges • Conclusion • References Intro
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  • India Risk Analysis
    INDIA: THE HINDU ELEPHANT PICKS UP SPEED Dr. Suman Modwel A few years back Edmond Lisle and Ping Huang-Lisle titled their paper in the Bulletin de l'Association ……(Nov 2001, No. 27), "La Chine: la plus ancienne civilisation… etc?". Given the unrelenting pace of growth exceeding10% p.a ever si
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