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Liberalization and Foreign Direct Investment shaping up the three sectors of the economy

Chapter 1: Introduction

India today is the second fastest growing economy in India. A market where companies want to build the goodwill and then enjoy its fruits. The population which is a like a curse for the environment, for the employment schemes. The population which puts a burden on to the policies of the Government; it proofs to be a boon for the companies and traders in India. As it is one of the few places where demand seems to be never ending and their produce never goes waste. Continue reading “Liberalization and Foreign Direct Investment shaping up the three sectors of the economy”

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BANCASSURANCE – THE INDIAN SCENARIO

Introduction

 The life insurance industry in India has been progressing at a swift pace since opening up of the sector in 2000. The size of the country, a diverse set of people combined with problems of connectivity in rural areas makes insurance selling in India a very difficult proposition. Life insurance companies require enormous distribution of strength and tremendous manpower to reach out to such a huge customer base. Continue reading “BANCASSURANCE – THE INDIAN SCENARIO”

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Retailing in India: The New Economic Mantra

INTRODUCTION

India is a developing ECONOMY which liberalized its economy in 1991 with the introduction of New Economic Policy. Retailing is one the most developing factor in Indian economy in accounts for 15% of its GDP. As a reference made in a leading case, the term retail is interpreted by the high court of Delhi “as the sale of good or commodities to ultimate consumers, as opposed to the sail of further distribution.”[1] Thus, retailing can be define as the place where the seller i.e. retailer and ultimate consumer met for selling of goods for final their consumption in contrast to wholesaling , Continue reading “Retailing in India: The New Economic Mantra”

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ISSUES AND CHALLENGES BEFORE MANAGERS IN THE INDIAN MSMEs

Introduction

In India, micro, small and medium enterprises (MSME) is a generic term used to describe all small scale industrial units and medium-scale industrial units. An MSME unit should neither be a subsidiary of any other industrial unit nor can it be owned or controlled by any other industrial unit. The MSME sector produces a wide range of industrial products such as food products, beverage, tobacco and tobacco products, cotton textiles, wool, silk, synthetic products, jute, hemp & jute products, wood & wood products, furniture and fixtures, paper & paper products, printing publishing and allied industries, Continue reading “ISSUES AND CHALLENGES BEFORE MANAGERS IN THE INDIAN MSMEs”

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A TAP AND A FUMBLE: LESSONS FOR INDIA IN THE GMR-MALDIVES FIASCO

INTRODUCTION

The unilateral termination of the airport modernisation contract between the GMR-MAHB consortium and Maldivian Government once again raised the contention of propriety and legality of the conduct of sovereign parties in a contract with parties off the shore of the mainland. The whole hysteria started when there was a change of guard in the island nation of Maldives and Mohammed Waheed became the new President. Continue reading “A TAP AND A FUMBLE: LESSONS FOR INDIA IN THE GMR-MALDIVES FIASCO”

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DELEVERAGING – A FARCICAL OR COGNIZANT REALITY?

CHAPTER I- INTRODUCTION[1]

Deleveraging in the most elementary form can be expressed as the exercise of reducing debt by selling off assets. Due to this very nature deleveraging has often been seen as a practice activated only during times of economic losses[2]. While this is most often the case, deleveraging can also prove to be very beneficial to a business as it prevents any further losses and can help leverage an already bleeding wound from hemorrhaging. Deleveraging hence can be defined as the process of repaying debts with the help of available assets to benefit an ailing financial burden or loss. Continue reading “DELEVERAGING – A FARCICAL OR COGNIZANT REALITY?”

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THE MOST FAVOURED NATION PRINCIPLE

Abstract:-

With the rise and increase of globalization, trade has become one of the determining factors for assessing relations between nations. This trade is called the International Trade Law. One of the core areas of this field is the International Investment law. An MFN clause in an investment treaty, which is the usual way of carrying out trade transactions between nations, is an obligation put on each state, who is signatory to a treaty, that neither of the states shall give investors from any third state any favorable treatment than the other states who have been signatories to a treaty. This article is an attempt to explain the relevance and significance of a MFN clause in the scenario of International Investment Law and the exceptions to it. Continue reading “THE MOST FAVOURED NATION PRINCIPLE”