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    perhaps to survive. Economic issues The anger in the Pakistani public is growing. The moment we see a rising trend where more and more people take to the streets to solve their grievances, we are reminded that public confidence in the ability of government and state institutions is waning and...
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  • Comparison of Basic Economic Indicators of Bric Nations
    Settlements. As a result, the U.S. data does not provide much insight into the currency composition of its assets. 3.6 National/Public Debt Higher the ratio, higher is the possibility that the country might default on its debt payments. India has the largest debt to GDP ratio among the BRIC...
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  • Bharti Airtel
    College :Christ institute of management Bharti Airtel Limited | | Type | Public company BSE: 532454 NSE: BHARTIARTL | Industry | Telecommunications | Founded | 7 July 1995 | Founder(s) | Sunil Bharti Mittal | Headquarters | New Delhi, India | Area served | South...
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  • Financial Analysis of Wipro Technologies
    & ownership of shareholders, FII’s, Financial Institutions, public, etc., the price trend of the Wipro’s stock in the share market in the last 52 weeks and an analysis of the reasons behind any major fluctuations in the stock market. Based on all the above findings and analysis, I will also give a...
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  • Economic Indicators of BRICS nations
    , the purpose of this paper is to compare various economic indicators such as GDP, GDP composition, labour force, imports and exports of the BRIC nations. Based on such analysis, future trends and potential of both the economies are discussed.   INDEX S. No. Description Page No...
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  • Group 1 Syllabus
    empowerment of women. State finances and budgetary policy – tax structure, sharing central taxes, expenditure pattern in revenue and capital account as well as plan and non-plan accounts. Public debtcomposition - internal and external debt including World Bank loans. Five year plans of AP...
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  • IMF loan and debt structuring
    December 2003. Debt contracted by the corporate sector, which also include government owned public sector undertakings, are showing an increasing trend. Table 6: Government Guaranteed External Debt($ Millions)     1994 1996 1998 1999 2001 2002 2003 1 Govt. Debt 55943 53095 46520 46137...
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  • Emerging Country Equity Markets
     trend  (Hunt  &   Terry,  2008).  One  of  the  motivating  factors  of  this  trend  is  the  low  level  of  debt  required  to   raise   these   funds.   The   emerging   markets   utilise   this   advantage   by   permitting   to...
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  • Sub Sovereign Bonds
    and promote the local rating industry are therefore important reform measures on the road to a deeper market for sub-sovereign bonded debt. When it comes to the financial sector, composition matters more than its relative size. Whereas in India and South Africa financial sectors are deep, Mexico’s...
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  • |Financing a Thermal Power Plant in India
    deliver. This document highlights and quantifies some of these gaps and attempts to analyze the problem. There are certain regulations which have been set by the government of India with regard to the debt- equity structure, regulatory requirement for financing etc. which all the power companies have...
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  • Public Administration
    formulation, Problems of implementation, Feedback and Evaluation. 8. Concept and significance of Financial Administration, Budget process and its role, Performance budgeting, Zero based Budget, Public debt. 9. Legislative Control - Public Account Committee., Estimate Committee, Public...
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  • Non Performing Loans and Terms of Credit of Public Sector Banks in India-- an Empirical Assessment
    sector as a whole is reported at about US$ 30 billion, which works out to a little over 2 per cent of global NPLs 2 . On the basis of information provided in the Report on Trend and Progress of Banking in India, 2002-03, the level of gross NPAs of public sector banks is estimated at Rs. 68,714 crore...
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  • Term Paper
    , pharmaceutical formulations, chemicals, tablets, capsules, orals and injectibles. There are about 250 large units and about 8000 Small Scale Units, which form the core of the pharmaceutical industry in India (including 5 Central Public Sector Units). These units produce the complete range of...
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  • Capital Flows to India
    aspects of capital flows to India and their policy implications. The sections have been arranged as follows: Section I provides a historical backdrop to the evolution of capital inflows. Section II analyses their trend, magnitude and composition. Section III examines the management of capital inflows...
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  • FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND BUDGET MANAGEMENT ACT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE STATES
    PUBLIC FINANCE POLICY REPORT FISCAL RESPONSIBILITY AND BUDGET MANAGEMENT ACT AND ITS IMPACT ON THE STATES BY: NIPUN KHEMKA(10HS20028) MOHIT KHETPAL (10MA20030) Introduction: Since its external crisis of the early nineties, India has witnessed a turnaround on most indicators of macro...
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  • Economics
    Public Disclosure Authorized WPS6409 Policy Research Working Paper 6409 Public Disclosure Authorized Subnational Fiscal Policy in Large Developing Countries Some Lessons from the 2008–09 Crisis for Brazil, China and India Shahrokh Fardoust V.J. Ravishankar Public Disclosure Authorized...
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  • poverty
    causal impact of trade liberalization on poverty and inequality in districts in India. Variation in pre-liberalization industrial composition across districts in India and the variation in the degree of liberalization across industries allow for a difference-in-difference approach, establishing whether...
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  • Indian Fiscal Deficit
    , D ,(2005), “Fiscal deficits and government debt in India: implications for growth and stabilization”, National Institute of Public Finance and Policy (NIPFP),Working Paper no 35. Goher Fatima et al. (2011) aimed at verifying the impact of government fiscal deficit on investment and economic...
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  • Public Expinditure
    publi PUBLIC EXPENDITURE by Valentino Piana (2001) Contents 1. Significance 2. Composition 3. Determinants 4. Impact on other variables 5. Long-term trends 6. Business cycle behaviour 7. Data 8. Related papers 9. Formal models Significance Public...
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  • Banking Sector in India
    ) & advances of different banks is taken from Reserve Bank of India website. VI. Scope of the study  To understand the concept of NPA in Indian Banking industry.  To understand the causes & effects of NPA  To analyze the past trends of NPA of Public, Private & Foreign banks in different sector...
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