• Sweetmarwat1@Yahoo.Com
    thermal source, how much she was producing from thermal source in 2005????) 6.China’s fastest 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...
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  • Export-Import Bank of India an Overview
    overseas equity investment - Term Loans (Rs/US$) for export product development/ export marketing/ research & development - Direct equity stake in Indian/ Overseas ventures of exporting companies 7 Project & Services Exports EXIM BANK Pioneering Role in Promoting Project Exports Exim Bank...
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  • Future of Saarc
    FUTURE OF SAARC THE vast South Asia subcontinent was split into two nations in 1947 when India and Pakistan came into existence because of their irreconcilably divergent religions, political perceptions and ethnic cleavages. It became impossible to make the Hindus and Muslims live under any single arrangement...
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  • Ib Essay
    Contents Introduction 3 Strengths 10 Geographical Position 10 Member of WTO and Nepal’s own Trading Policies 12 Market Economy and Relations with Other Leading Economies 13 History of SME entrepreneurs 16 Cheap Labor 16 Tourism Industry 17 Climate Conditions and Natural Resources 18 Weaknesses...
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  • Presence of Exim Bank in Saarc Region
    History of SAARC The concept of setting up a regional co-operational in the South Asian Region was first mooted by the late President of Bangladesh, Ziaur-Rahman on May 2, 1980. Before this, the idea of regional cooperation in South Asia was discussed in conferences of Asian Regional conference...
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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 & easing...
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  • Indian Textile Industry in the Next Era- 2004
    SOCIAL SCIENCE Indian Textile industry in the next era Authors: Abhishek Thakur Basanta P. Saha abhishek_d05@iift.ac.in basantasaha_d05@iift.ac.in (0)-9891254622 (0)-9868364718 [pic] School of International Business Management Indian Institute of Foreign...
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  • The Great Game
    Traditional geopolitical models, Mackinder, Spykman and Mahan point to their spatial politics around Central Asia, South Asia, Pacific Asia and the Indian Ocean. Actual spatial settings are combined with perceived spatial outlooks. These powerful neighbouring states seek to continue rising, and constrain...
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  • Ntb's of India
    Arrangement or any similar arrangement specifically permitted under the GATT. India is also a Member of various preferential arrangements, notably the SAARC Preferential Trading Arrangement (SAPTA), the Bangkok Agreement and the Global System of Trade Preferences (GSTP) etc. and accords preferential treatment...
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  • Trade policy review maldives
    Trade Policy Review Body on the Maldives. Maldives WT/TPR/G/221 Page 3 CONTENTS Page I. INTRODUCTION 5 II. OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMY 7 (1) PRODUCTION, PRICES AND EMPLOYMENT 7 (2) PUBLIC FINANCE/FISCAL POLICY 7 (3) FINANCIAL SECTOR AND MONETARY DEVELOPMENT ...
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  • Docx
    Cooperation SAARC Secretariat                                  Tri Devi Marg                                     Thamel                                             Kathmandu Nepal Postal Add:  P.O. Box 4222 Telephone: [977](1)22-1785/1794 Facsimile: [977](1)22-7033/3991 E-Mail: saarc@mos.com.np ...
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  • social sciences
    China Managing India-China Relations 55 Prashant Kumar Singh and Rumel Dahiya 5. Maldives Harmonising Efforts to Mitigate Adverse Impacts of Climate Change and Achieve Growth 95 Anand Kumar 6. Myanmar The Need for Infrastructure Integration 110 Udai Bhanu Singh and Shruti...
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  • International Trade & FDI in India
    INTRODUCTION Indian market is one of the largest market with high purchasing power. Lot s of work to be done in the field of logistics & supply chain management. It is not possible for Indian government alone to developed world class infrastructure and other allied facilities because of huge investment...
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  • Market Structure
    Production 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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  • Demand of Fruits and Their Prices in India
    Demand of Fruits and their prices Aim and Objective of this study: As the Indian population is increasing, the demand for fresh fruits and vegetables is also increasing. Owing to the perishable nature and very short shelf life, these items require storage and transportation facilities in order to...
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  • Sme Development in Pakistan
    vibrant small-scale sector—incorporating the informal firms—is expected to solve a variety of problems, including unemployment, low growth and poverty. SAARC region countries too have designed policies for the promotion of this sector, though with uneven results. Yet their faith in SMEs is ever growing...
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  • Indian Economy
    Research Topics CONTENT: 1. Indian Economy Post 1991……………………………………………….... 2 2. WTO………………………………………………………………………. 11 3. World Bank………………………………………………….……………. 16 4. SIDB…………………………………………………………………….... 20 5. SAFTA……………………………………………………………………. 25 6. Company Law……………………………………………………………...
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  • Space Law
    global natural resources. Future Air Law Studies 2. In the field of international law we are concerned with some disciplines that have much impact in recent decades on world order and future studies. These fields include international air law, space law, environmental law, and interaction of law...
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  • Be Notes
    twenty years ensuring a double digit inclusive growth with substantial Nepalese economy is predominantly a subsistence as well as high-cost economy with no direct access to sea for expanding international trade. The economy is circumscribed by low level equilibrium trap comprising pervasive poverty and...
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  • Maldives Trade Policy Review
    meeting of the Trade Policy Review Body on the Maldives. Maldives WT/TPR/G/221 Page 3 CONTENTS Page I. II. INTRODUCTION OVERVIEW OF THE ECONOMY (1) (2) (3) (4) III. PRODUCTION, PRICES AND EMPLOYMENT PUBLIC FINANCE/FISCAL POLICY FINANCIAL SECTOR AND MONETARY DEVELOPMENT BALANCE OF PAYMENTS AND...
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