• Globlization and Impact
    sectors. Advent of New Economic Policy After suffering a huge financial and economic crisis Dr. Man Mohan Singh brought a new policy which is known as Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization Policy (LPG Policy) also known as New Economic Policy, 1991 as it was a measure to come out of the...
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  • International Business
    and India India is the member of WTO since its establishment. After 1991 LPG policy, Indian government put red carpet for international firms. Before establishment of WTO, there were so many restrictions, tariffs barriers, quotas and non tariff barriers for international trade. However, after became...
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  • Lpg Model
    awareness about savings, low capital per income and lack of employment opportunities. Since the introduction of new economic policy (LPG) in the year 1991, the shape of the Indian life insurance industry has been changing and it has geared up. Soon after then, many private players have entered into...
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  • Critical Analysis of New Indian Economic Policy
    adjustment alone cannot suffice. This must be followed by essential reforms in economic policy and economic management. The terms liberalization, privatization and globalization (the new LPG) amply summaries the crucial aspects of the reforms started in 1991. The statement of the Union Finance...
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  • Lpg Market Prospects in India
    to become the most convenient, cost effective and pollution free means of fuel, especially in the middle class segment. LPG market in India is not at all versatile and competitive. It’s a part of the Indian economy is still untouched by privatization. After 1991, many companies tried jumping in the...
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  • Globalization in India
    Globalization in India In early 1990s the Indian economy had witnessed dramatic policy changes. The idea behind the new economic model known as Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization in India (LPG), was to make the Indian economy one of the fastest growing economies in the world. An array...
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  • liberalisation in india
    Indian economy had experienced major policy changes in early 1990s. The new economic reform, popularly known as, Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization (LPG model) aimed at making the Indian economy as fastest growing economy and globally competitive. The series of reforms undertaken with...
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  • Emission Control
    |· Fuel Cell | | |· CNG/LPG | On October 6, 2003, the National Auto Fuel Policy has...
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  • Retail Management
    countries use FDI as a link to integrate their economy with global production and distribution chains. But India continued to have great concern for its small scale industries and domestic suppliers till 1991. Though, India had launched its LPG programme (Liberalization, Privatization and Globalization...
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  • Lpg : the Dark Side
    2011 Introduction The LPG model of economic reforms introduced in India in 1991 has seen India make many valuable advances. India has virtually leapfrogged the fundamental stages of growth as described in Lewis model. But with various gains, there have also been glaring examples of various...
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  • essay
    economy is the poor infrastructure, low growth in agriculture production and industrial activities. After the adoption of LPG principle in 1991 India has opened its economy for global prospects which mainly involves liberal and free market policies. This opening has brought various pros and cons with...
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  • Cvmgcmgm
    -going process of globalization Liberalization and privatization. Throughout this paper, there is an underlying focus on the impact of LPG on Indian economy. It also comments on impact of LPG on Developing countries. Key Words: Multi National Companies, Liberalisation, Privatization. Introduction...
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  • Intian Petroleum Research
    growth level of the Indian Economy. The petroleum and natural gas takes a very vital role in this energy generation. The share of oil and gas in the energy consumption is about 45%. The entire picture will be clearer after analysing the statistics of crude oil and natural gas production. 6...
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  • Indian Economy
    Indian Democracy. Same time they were vigorously pursuing the LPG policies. Left parties helped to streamline the people’s movement’s against globalisation and communalism. It finally resulted in the defeat of BJP lead NDA government in 2004 general elections. The United Progressive Alliance...
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  • Essay
    very steep rate from 3.5 MMT in 1950-51 to 84.3 MMT in 1997-98 and projected to reach 130 MMT in 2001-02 and 175 MMT in 2006-07. 3. Out of the known Indian reserves of 660 MMT of Crude Oil and 648 Billion Cubic Metres of Natural Gas, only a part may be technically and economically feasible to...
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  • Detariffing
    production of petroleum and the exploration of new locations for extraction of petroleum were mainly restricted to the northeastern state in India. However, an important advancement in the Indian petroleum industry came with the passing of Industrial Policy Resolution in 1956, which emphasized focus on the...
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  • Notes
    . Excise on LPG and kerosene was reduced from 8 per cent and 16 per cent respectively in 2004 to nil by mid-2008. Between 2004 and June 2008, the Central Government also reduced the customs duty on imported petrol and diesel from 20 per cent ad valorem to 2.5 per cent. This is after abolishing...
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  • Indian Oil Corporation Project
    started Auto LPG Dispensing Stations (ALDS). It supplies Indene cooking gas to over 47.5 million households through a network of 4,990 Indian distributors. In addition, Indian Oil’s Research and Development Center (R&D) at Faridabad supports, develops and provides the necessary...
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  • Iffco
    Retail outlet CUSTOMER Refining Sector was opened up to the Private Sector in 1991. After 1st April 2002 Administered Pricing Mechanism (APM) has been dismantled & Oil Marketing Companies are being allowed to fix Retail Prices for MS & HSD...
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  • Pepsi
    Campa Cola after coke’s exit and by the end of seventies, it was only Campa cola in the Indian cola market. • In 1980 another cola drink, Thumps Up was launched by Parle but was objected by Pure Drinks to its being called a cola drink. • The first national cola drink to pop up was Double Seven...
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