• India
    The Republic of India is a country that occupies the greater part of the Indian subcontinent. It has a coastline of over seven thousand kilometers (4349 miles) , borders Pakistan to the west[1], the People's Republic of China, Nepal, and Bhutan to the north, and Bangladesh and Myanmar to the east. I
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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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  • India vs. China
    INTRODUCTION With a combined population of close to two-and-a-half billion people , China and India- neighbors across the Himalayas- control a significant portion of world demand. Add to this the high GDP growth rates shown by the two economies in the past five years and you get what is now well
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  • Telecom Service Provider (India)
    Introduction: An Industry where companies are "primarily engaged in operating, maintaining, and/or providing access to facilities for the transmission of voice, data, text, sound, and video" is known as Telecommunications Industry. Hence, Telecom Service Providers are organizations which provide th
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  • Brand India
    Brand India: History Repeats, India Rising!! By: Amisha K. Shah – PGP 1 Rishabh Maheshwari – PGP 1 IIM Indore Indore Table of Contents 1. ABSTRACT .............................................................................................................. 3 2. INTRODUCTION – POSITION O
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  • India Automobile Industry
    Executive summary India is a developing country with an emerging automobile sector that grew rapidly over the past few years. It has become Eleventh largest passenger car producer. India is the largest democracy in the world. Recently Indian Government also came up with their ‘Auto Policy’ and
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  • Strategy Contents: the Case of Irish Exporters in India
    MSc Dissertation Submission Cover Sheet Student name: Gurdeep Kumar Antil Student number: 2584826 Study mode: Full-time √ Part-time Dissertation title: Strategy Contents: The Case of Irish Exporters in India Supervisor’s name: Ms Kitty Moloney Supervisor’s signature: Plagiarism dis
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  • Way Forward for Solar Energy Players in India
    Market Analysis Opportunities India had an installed solar power capacity of 1700 MW in 2007 which amounted to roughly 1% of its total power generation of 130,000 MW. India is currently ranked 7th in the world in Solar PV cell production. But considering India’s geographic location and climatic
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  • India
    Who would have thought that the country I would eventual chose as a research project would be India? My first choice was Australia. The country has always been interesting to me ever since I was in elementary. During that time, I began to learn about Charles Darwin, the famous 18th century scientist
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  • Autmobile Industry in India
    Index 1. Automobile industy 1.1. Industry overview 1.2. Snippets:some facts about industry 1.3. Types of vehicles 2. Automobile marketing in India 3. History of automobile industry in India 4. Major players in the automobile sector 6.1. List of automobile manufacturers in India a. Indi
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  • Challenges Faced by India Inc.
    10 challenges for India to reach 2050 potential “In our latest annual update to our Growth Environment Scores (GES), India scores below the other three BRIC nations, and is currently ranked 110 out of a set of 181 countries assigned GES scores. If India were able to undertake the necessary reform
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  • Oil Imports in India
    3. India depends on imports for 75% of its oil needs. Analysts feel that the demand for oil will increase further in the future. With the help of facts and figures evaluate the extent of the problem and future threats that India could face due to excessive dependence on imports. What concrete steps
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  • Monsoons in India
    It involves clearing a patch of forest land, but retaining useful trees and plant varieties, cultivating it for two to three years and then abandoning it for 10-20 years to allow the natural forest to grow back and the soil to regain its fertility. The cycle of cultivation, leaving it fallow and com
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  • India @China
    China and India are the fastest-growing major markets in the world and the most popular markets for foreign entrants. However, no study has examined the success or failure of these entries. Using a new definition of success and a uniquely compiled archival database, the authors analyze whether and
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  • Life Insurance Sector in India
    LIFE INS RANC E SUR CE A RE RT EPOR REPORT BY Y-GROUP 10 VIGNESH V VISHWANATH HAN – 200 VIDIT GUPT – 199 TA VARUN GU UPTA -198 VAIBHAW KUMAR MISH HRA - 197 Rep on Life Insura port ance TH PAG HAS BEEN IN HIS GE NTENTIONALLY LEFT B Y BLANK Page 2 eting Assignme ent-Group 10 Marke
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  • India and China Comparative Economic Analysis
    Economic models of India and China: Looking back and looking ahead [5400 words] China and India are two of the world’s oldest civiliza¬tions, each with the quality of resilience that has enabled it to survive and prosper through the ages and against the odds. Existing in close p
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  • Banks in India
    ------------------------------------------------- Banks In India ------------------------------------------------- | * | ------------------------------------------------- Vision of Banks in India The banking scenario in India has already gained all the momentum, with the domestic and i
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  • Ppp in Infrastructure India
    [pic] [pic] Table of Contents: ➢ Executive Summary ➢ Introduction What is PPP? Infrastructure in India: Problem or Opportunity? ➢ Various forms of PPP ➢ Financing PPP’s ➢ Stakeholders: Role and Responsibilities ➢ Risks in PPP ➢ Sector Wise
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  • India vs China
    Economic development of China and India -a comparative study for the period 1991-2010 Introduction: An in depth study and analysis of India vs. China economy reveals that both India and China rank among the front runners of global economy and are among the world's most diverse nations. Both the
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  • The India Monsoon
    The Indian Monsoon The monsoon is a yearly cycle, where the direction of the wind changes, bringing storms and rainfall to the land, and when the wind changes again it brings drought to the land. This creates a wet and a dry season in some areas, such as the Indian region. However, this is not a se
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