Foreign Trade Of India by Vivek Kumar Tiwari & Anupama Tripathi
Most of the third world countries have a colonial past marked by extensive exploitation of their economies by such powers. However these things have changed radically. Most developing countries like India adopted programmes of import liberalization and export promotion in 1990’s and achieved remarkable success. Major trading policy reforms were announced and opted by the government of India with a view to integrate Indian economy with the global economy. Thus expanding and improving the trading patterns and relations of India with other nations.
Efforts have been made to humbly design a comprehensive textbook which will meet Upto the standard requirements of the undergraduate as well as post graduate students. This book provides clarity of concepts, updated information and is framed as per the syllabus prescribed by various universities. The author is deeply grateful to all those academicians and experts for their valuable, worthy and stimulating views.
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This book Useful for BBA,MBA Student.
Table of Content:
2. Gains From Trade
3. Terms Of Trade
4. India’s Foreign Trade During Planning Period
5. Recent Trends In India’s Foreign Trade
6. Direction Of Trade
7. S.t.c. (state Trading Corporation)
8. Bilateral And Multilateral Trade
9. Balance Of Trade And Balance Of Payment
10. Securities Exchange Board Of India (sebi)
11. Export Promotion In India
12. Exchange Control
13. Free Trade Versus Protection
14. India’s Foreign Trade Policy During Planning Period
15. International Monetary Fund