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Title: Extra Mileage in Foreign Investment in Resurging India
Authors: Ilangovan, D.
Tamilselvan, M.
Keywords: Globalization - India
Foreign Investment-India
Issue Date: 19-May-2007
Publisher: Indian Institute of Management Kozhikode
Abstract: The impact of globalization on Indian economy is understood to be the support factor for the programmed growth and development taking place today. It will be further improving as and when necessary steps are taken to gain extra mileage as regards the level of foreign investment receipts is concerned. This is multi-dimensional in character and need of the hour in Indian Industry. The Government Policy, Bankers Attitude, Institutional Arrangement, Market Response, Productivity Rate, Absenteeism, Adaptability of Trade Unions and a host of other factors contribute to the existing conditions in foreign investments in India. This paper is an attempt on such conditions and relevant remedial measures for desired results.
URI: http://hdl.handle.net/2259/519
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