• Wto and Impact on India
    in its sectors of interest for world trade. IMPACT OF W.T.O ON INDIAN AGRICULTURAL SECTOR Trade is an engine of economic development. The establishment of W.T.O is an important landmark in the history of international trade. When developing countries were liberalizing their economies, they felt...
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  • Space Law
    Science 5. International law is concerned with the impact of science on global society. World order today is largely based on developments in modern science. Global economy and use of earth’s resources are a product of scientific tools used by man. In the historical perspective, modern science...
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  • Bilateral Cooperation in the Case Study of the Kosi River Flooding
    eastern third of Nepal and part of Tibet, including the country around Mount Everest. Some of its headstreams rise beyond the Nepalese border in Tibet. About […] 48 km north of the Indian-Nepalese frontier, the Kosi is joined by several major tributaries and breaks southward through the Siwālik Hills...
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  • International Relations
    looks synonymous with ASEAN – although Indonesia could regionally be assigned to Pacific/Australia too. Similarly, the extent of South Asia seems to be fixed by SAARC but occasionally Afghanistan as well as Burma is being included. On the other hand, there are different regional compositions. BIMST...
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  • Docx
    consolidated into a Regional Study, which was approved by the Sixth SAARC Summit (Colombo, 1991). The other Regional Study conducted by SAARC relates to the "Greenhouse Effect and its Impact on the Region". This Study was completed in 1992 and approved by the Seventh SAARC Summit in Dhaka in 1993. The...
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  • Future of Saarc
    relations with Pakistan, Bangladesh and Sri Lanka. India has not even spared the smaller States such as Nepal and the Maldives. At one time, Nepal remained its hapless target while Bhutan too felt concerned over Indian pressure. It is because of this reason that SAARC has suffered badly right from its...
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  • Market Structure
    Production function : Short Run and Long Run –Law of Variable Proportions, Iso-quant – Producer’ Equilibrium – Returns to Scale – Economies of Scale – Economies of Scope – Case Studies. Module : III Cost Analysis a. Concepts : Social and Private costs, Economic and Accounting Costs, Fixed...
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  • Economics
    India has decided to allow the 51% FDI in multi brand sector. But as we know the economy cannot be opened to foreign retailers directly. Hence govt did it with certain restrictions considering the common people also. These are the few restrictions: At least US$100m as equity into Indian company At...
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  • Insurance
    Term Paper Topic: Investment Environment in Bangladesh After 1990s Bangladesh became increasingly integrated with the global economy. Many positive steps had been taken such as loosening more restrictions on imports, reducing ant export bias by rationalizing tariffs &amp...
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  • Punjab Tractors Ltd
    impact on the overall economy. 9. RISKS & CONCERNS Growing bank NPAs is a concern area for tractor manufacturers. This puts pressure on the credit availability to the farmers, which may impact tractor sales. Also, the recent increase in interest rates may further impact the loan repayment ability...
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  • Disaster Management Policies and Systems in Pakistan
    14 14 14 14 14 15 15 15 15 16 16 17 17 18 18 18 18 19 19 20 21 21 3 6.1- South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation 6.1.1- Regional Study on the Causes and Consequences of Natural Disasters 6.1.2- Regional Study on Greenhouse Effect and its Impact on the Region 6.1.3- SAARC Plan of...
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  • Saarc
    Indian and Pakistani Prime Ministers at the second SAARC Summit meeting at Bangalore in November 1986 led to the diffusion of tension between the two countries on the issue of India’s military exercise, Operation Brasstacks, on the Indo-Pakistan border, and the India-Sri Lanka talks at the 1987 SAARC...
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  • Sweetmarwat1@Yahoo.Com
    growing economy is facing a major challenge of: a.Population Explosion (not sure, major problem facing Chinese economy, as I found on the internet, was income inequalities, so I related it with population) b.Shortage of Energy c.Challenges of WTO regime d.None of these 7.U.S. president George Bush has...
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  • field report: Surajkund Mela and DLF Promenade
    fragrances and flavors of rich Indian cuisines is back.  The craftsmen from all over India, SAARC and other neighboring countries would be selling the best of Handlooms and Handicrafts items. It offers a lot of fun, frolic, entertainment and exclusive shopping experience. It usually entails a rural...
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  • Napal Tourism
    destination for Indians and honeymooners. National parks are the main attraction for tourists to Nepal with 36.46 percent of all tourists to Nepal visiting the national parks and protected areas. BEGINNING OF TOURISM CRISIS IN NEPAL In spite of the importance of tourism to the national economy and...
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  • The Great Game
    between the British and Russian Empires, since they did not exist, but this is a feature of Sino-Indian relations. Globalisation has not erased regionalism, where Sino-Indian geopolitical dynamics remain evident. On the one hand India has long been pre-eminent in SAARC, the South Asian...
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  • Poultry
    million metric tons (MMT) of broiler meat. USA and China leads with annual production of 24.0 MMT and 12.3 MMT respectively. Indian is ranked third in table egg production after USA and China with annual production of 57 billion eggs. Economies of an individual poultry farm are driven by feed...
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  • International Trade & FDI in India
    of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) & International Trade in the Indian economy. In this paper we study the effects of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) with respect to India and its economy. We try to analyze the merits and demerits of FDI upon implementation in the Indian domestic market. Finally...
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  • Indian Textile Industry in the Next Era- 2004
    Trade, New Delhi. 5. Porter, M.E. (1998), The Competitive Advantage of Nations, The Free Press, New York. 6. Verma, S. (2001), “Impact of WTO Agreement on Indian Textile and Clothing Industry” in Chadha, G. K. ed., WTO and the Indian Economy, Deep & Deep Publications, New Delhi 7. Gokhle, C...
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  • Telecommunication
    1. INTRODUCTION 1.1 OVERVIEW OF TELECOM SECTOR The telecom services have been recognized the world-over as an important tool for socio-economic development for a nation. It is one of the prime support services needed for rapid growth and modernization of various sectors of the economy. Indian...
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