• East Asian Economies
    that these economies have benefitted from policies that limit the role of the state and promote exports. Describing the role of the Korean state Balasaa (1988: p286) mentions that ‘apart from the promotion of shipbuilding and steel [the role of Korean state] has been to create modern infrastructure,...
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  • Dvs Gcr
    environments and tourist attractions, from tropical beaches and arid lands to lush forests, tea plantations, and a rich archaeological heritage. Promotion of tourism in Sri Lanka began in the late 1960s with the establishment of the Ceylon Tourist Board. Between 1976 and 1982, the number of tourist arrivals...
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  • Internatioanal Economics
    above 7. ……… is now the largest exporter of Merchandise A. India B. U.S.A. C. China D. Germany 8. India’s share in Merchandise Export is close to A. 1% B. 2% C. 3% D. 5% E. 20% 9. Factors Favouring India’s Globalisation include A. Poverty B. Conservative...
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  • The Impact of Oil Shocks on Industrial Growth in Nigeria
    Historically, Nigeria’s export involvement before the discovery of crude oil in the early 1950s was centred on the country’s traditional agriculture, mining and other related products. The products constituted Nigeria’s main exports then, and provided about 85% of total export earnings and accounted for...
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  • Notes on Ecla
    world trade crisis (1929-1930s) prompted Latin American governments to radically rethink their approach to economic development, i.e. Latin American exports declined from an average of about US$ 5,000 million in 1928-29 to US$ 1,500 million in 1933...There were serious problems with current account in the...
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  • Exports
    PROJECT ON EXPORT ASSITANCE AND EXPORT INCENTIVES Submitted By:- Priyanka Kabra Roll No: 68. Division- D T.Y.B.Com INDEX Sr. No | Particulars | Page No | 1. | Introduction | 3 | 2. | Export Assistance | 4 | 3. | Export Promotion measures in India | 5 | 4. | Fiscal Incentives...
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  • “Globalisation and Small
    sector of the Indian in recent years displaying phenomenal growth in the fields of production , employment and dispersed development in general and exports in particular . The number registered SSI units in the country in 2001-2002 was 34.42 lakhs providing ...
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  • Garments
    presentation observed that textiles and clothing account for about 85% of total export earnings of Bangladesh. The share of clothing has increased dramatically from .2% of total exports in 1980 to about 74.8% in 1997-98. Exports of clothing from Bangladesh are characterized by (1) high concentration on low...
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  • Export Import Documents
    TECHNOLOGICAL UPGRADATION / EPCG SCHEME 2. Zero Duty EPCG Scheme had come to an end on 31st of March 2012. For continued technological up-gradation of export sectors, this Scheme has now been extended up to 31st March 2013. There is no change in the coverage of the sectors benefitting from this scheme...
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  • Popular Research On China Dust-collecting Equipment Market Report, 2014-2018
    1.3 Bargaining Power Of Clients China Dust-collecting Equipment Market Report, 2014-2018 5.1.4 Bargaining Power Of Suppliers 5.1.5 Product Substitution 5.2 Market Competitive Pattern 6. Upstream And Downstream Of Dust-collecting Equipment Industry 6.1 Upstream Raw Materials 6.1.1 Steel 6.1...
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  • Tesco Malaysia
    services in the national community. Malaysia became a country in 1957, and did not exist as an independent entity until then. The economy is a mixed export market economy, with electronics having the largest share. Due to their disengagement from the U.S. dollar, the economy has struggled over the past...
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  • The Roaring Tigers and the Asian Miracle
    as fast as other developing regions and twenty-five times faster than Sub-Saharan Africa. The export performance of these East Asia economies has been particularly dramatic, with their share of world exports of manufactures leaping from 9 per cent in 1965 to 21 per cent in 1990, thus significantly outperforming...
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  • India: Management of Foreign Exchange
    conserve limited FER for essential imports (petroleum goods and food grains), restrict capital mobility, and discourage entry of multinationals. The external sector strategy since 1991, though gradual in approach, has shifted from import substitution to export promotion, with sufficiency of FER as an important...
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  • The Concept & Evolution of Developmental State
    price and conditions for the import of technology through the approval of the Foreign Capital Law. In 1952, the MITI gained further preponderance as it took effective control of the rights to import merchandise and of the foreign exchange budget. The effective control of imports led the government to adopt...
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  • The Role of the Entrepreneur
    Promotes Country's Export Trade: Entrepreneurs help in promoting a country's export-trade, which is an important ingredient of economic development. They produce goods and services in large scale for the purpose earning huge amount of foreign exchange from export in order to combat the import dues requirement...
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  • Nestle Industry Analysis
    Contents 1. History 3 2. Industry Size and Trends 3 2.1. The Distribution Mix 5 2.2. Share of Grocery, Petroconvenience and Route 6 2.3. Export and Import Scenario 6 3. Industry Characteristics 6 4. Porters 5 forces 7 4.1. Threat of new entrants 7 4.2. Industry rivalry 7 4.3. Threat of substitutes...
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  • Fara
    THE 1970’S – INTRODUCTION OF THE NEW ECONOMIC POLICY (PG. 18, POON (2008)); IMPLEMENTATION EXPORT ORIENTED INDUSTRIALISATION STRATEGY. • THE 1970s SAW THE INTRODUCTION OF THE NEW ECONOMIC POLICY (NEP). WHY? MAY 13TH 1969 – NEED FOR A THOUROUGH REASSESSEMNT OF THE COUNTRY’S ECONOMIC...
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  • Currency
    Prakash theorem to develop an input output model to estimate output effect of foreign exchange rate fluctuations through their impact on export earnings and import bills. The study finds that exchange rate has fluctuated a lot from 1990-91 to 2007-8, though the fluctuations lie outside the range of stability...
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  • Turkish Economy
    backward economy developed into a complex economic system producing a wide range of agricultural, industrial, and service products for both domestic and export markets. Economic Development At the birth of the republic, Turkey's industrial base was weak because Ottoman industries had been undermined by the...
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  • Trade Policy in Bangladesh
    |Bangladesh export policy | | | |Bangladesh Import policy...
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