• Auto Industry Performance in India
    Note: All Statistical Figures as on 21st May 2006) Indian Automotive Industry The Indian automobile industry has come a long way since in the first car ran on the streets of Bombay (now Mumbai) in 1898. The initial years of the industry were characterized by unfavorable government policies. T...
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  • Indian Consumer Behavior
    CONSUMER LIFESTYLES IN INDIA (NOVEMBER 2004) 1. INTRODUCTION This report analyses consumer lifestyles in India and forms part of a 52-country series that complements the Euro monitor Consumer Lifestyles Database. Each country profile is structured under the following sub-headings: • Populat...
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  • Indian Gdp
    India Economy GDP India’s economy is the twelfth largest in the world in terms of market exchange rates. Since liberalization of the economy in 1991, the economy has progressed towards a market-based system from a regulated and protected one. The country became the second fastest growing econom...
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  • Indian Auto Industry
    1] INDIAN AUTO INDUSTRY : OVERVIEW The automobile industry in India is the eleventh largest in the world with an annual production of approximately 2 million units , the 2nd largest two wheeler market in the world and the 4th largest commercial vehicle market in the world...
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  • Performance of Pse in India
    CONTENTS PREFACE BACKGROUND: PRE INDEPENDENCE STATUS AND POST INDEPENDENCE PHILOSOPHY THE GOVERNMENT INTERFACE Department of Heavy Industry Department of Public Enterprises BPRSE SCOPE EVOLUTION OF PUBLIC SECTOR POLICY IN INDIA 1947-1991: Growth of PSEs 1991 Onwards: Decline of Publi...
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  • Indian Currency Market
    Critical examination of Indian Currency Market & its Future by Abhishek Gupta (4713) Modak Sarda (4719) Nitesh Goyal (4735) Rachit Makker (4716) Under the guidance of Mr. Kumar Bijoy Shaheed Sukhdev College Of Business Studies New Delhi - 110092 25 August, 2009 Critical Examination...
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  • Correlation Between Economic Success and Olympic Performance
    The economic success of a country is reflected in its performance in the Olympic Games ' true or false? Luck is something that almost everyone experiences. To experience it more, however, one must work harder. According to the online dictionary, luck is a combination of circumstances, events...
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  • Indian Commodities Market
    | | [pic] Correlation Analysis between various Commodities in Commodity Trading SIP project interim report submitted in partial fulfillment of the requirements of the PGDBM Program [pic...
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  • Indian Manufacturing Sector
    INDIAN MANUFACTURING SECTOR ❖ INTRODUCTION: Manufacturing sector is the backbone of any economy. It fuels growth, productivity, employment, and strengthens agriculture and service sectors. Astronomical growth in worldwide distribution systems and IT, coupled with opening of trade barriers,...
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  • Pest Analysis Indian Aviation Sector
    Overview of Airline Industry Air travel has grown in the past decade. Travel grew strongly for both leisure and business purposes. India will have nearly 800 to 1000 airplanes by 2023, it was estimated by Airbus. In spite of growth between 30 to 50 per cent in Indian aviation industry, losses o...
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  • Development of Indian Economics
    Why did India’s economy and businesses grew so fast in the last decades and how will the country develop further on? What will India be like in future? 1. Introduction 2. Indian history 3. Development of Economy and Businesses in India Development of the rural sector Domestic policy In...
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  • Fianancial Performance of Banks
    MANAGEMENT THESIS- 1 FINANCIAL PERFORMANCE ANALYSIS OF COMMERCIAL BANKS (FINAL REPORT) SUBMITTED IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF REQUIREMENTS OF MBA PROGRAM 2009 SUBMITTED TO: SUBMITTED BY: Ms. Gunjan...
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  • Indian Capital Markets and Mutualfunds in India
    Index of Industrial Production (IIP) numbers spooked the markets and caused a debacle in this ongoing pullback. Industrial production rose 3.8 per cent in May 2008, much lower than revised 6.2 per cent growth in April 2008, the government data released on Friday, July 11 2008, showed. Industrial p...
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  • Indian and the Usa
    With the end of the Cold War and the emergence of India's more outward-looking economic policies, the United States became increasingly important for India. In the mid-1990s, the United States was India's largest trading partner and a major source of technology and investment (see Aid; Trade, ch. 6)...
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  • Indian Railways
    INDIAN INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT AHMEDABAD INDIA Research and Publications ‘Turnaround’ of Indian Railways: A Critical Appraisal of Strategies and Processes G. Raghuram W.P. No.2007-02-03 February 2007 The main objective of the working paper series of the IIMA is to help faculty membe...
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  • Economic Value Addition by Indian Banks
    Economic value addition by Indian Banks: A study Abstract This research paper studies Indian bank’s profile to demonstrate a direct correlation between the investment in stakeholder relationships and corporate performance. Many Indian banking seems to have destroyed shareholder’s wealth over...
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  • Indian Telecom Industry
    Indian Telecom Industry Truly Unmatched Growth Story Indian Telecom Sector has come a long way since the days, when one had to wait for upto ten years for getting a new landline connection. The growth story that has unfolded in the past ten years has provided common man with the opportunity to a...
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  • Indian Banking Industry
    T he banking industry in any economy provides its financial backbone. This places it on a completely different platform from any other industry, including regulated utilities. While its criticality for the economy is undisputed, it is this criticality that also makes it vulnerable to failure. Th...
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  • Indian Automobiles: Opportunities and Challenges
    Executive Summary: The Indian automobile industry is currently experiencing an unprecedented boom in demand for all types of vehicles. This boom has been triggered primarily by two factors: (1) increase in disposable incomes and standards of living of middle class Indian families estimated to be...
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  • Indian Trade Liberation
    Final Paper March 14, 2005 The International Trade Liberalization of India According to many global economic studies the key to peace is through the promotion of free trade and the institution of democratic principles, this theory also known as liberal international relations theory. In late 19...
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