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  • The effects of foreign direct investment on india's gdp growth after economic reforms 1991
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  • Economic systems
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  • Construction economics: government economic policy
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  • East asian economic miracle
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  • India economy
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  • Strategic planning
    Task One: Using an organisation of your choice show that you understand the various external factors that impact upon the way the organisation conduct their businesses. You should use tools and techniques such as SWOT and STEEP to help analyse the external environment of your chosen organisation an
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  • Entrepreneurship development in india
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  • Management education in india : an asian and global perspective by prof. (dr.) sudhi ranjan dey
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