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My study revolves around critical analysis of how countries integrate on international trade issues for the mutual benefits and what repercussions fall on different sectors. I focus on different bindings and trade agreements and policies which countries make at international level and how far they have been successful in complying it.
Abstract: This study explores the growing complexity and controversies in agri- trade between India and Australia. India being one of the leading consumer markets offers unique trade opportunities for Australia and Australia being one of the most advanced economies offers many agri- trade prospects for India. This study provides empirical evidence...
Commitment of South Asian Free Trade Agreement (SAFTA) from South Asian Preferential Trading Agreement (SAPTA) for trade liberalisation was one of the hopes in South Asia. This article highlights untapped trade potential in agro-trade between India and its trading partners in South Asia through Trade Potential Index (TPI). This article evaluates po...
India and Africa have experienced the rapid expansion of bilateral trade during the last two decades. The India–Africa trade is understudied in general and in the agriculture sector. Very few considerable efforts have been made to study the agro-trade restrictions between both the economies. Therefore, the purpose of this paper is to empirically id...
Agricultural trade is becoming more important today due to its multi-dimensional importance. Technical standards such as sanitary and phyto-sanitary (SPS) measures impose barriers to agricultural-trade. In some cases SPS measures are also advantageous for countries from the point of protection of plant, animal and human health. Against this backdro...
This presentation gives a snapshot of mainly three issues: Firstly, How global agricultural trade has changed over the period 1990 to 2014 among different countries. Secondly, What is the present trend of NTMs in agriculture and thirdly why do restrictions prevail in agriculture?
FDI is viewed as a catalyst to economic growth and has accelerated sharply in China and India. China has succeeded in taking full advantage of FDI than India. Both nations are regarded as most favorable competitors in attracting higher foreign investment in the present scenario. China adopted a manufacturing-led growth strategy and India adopted se...
Abstract: Agribusiness is a business related with farming. This includes production, marketing and distribution of agricultural and agro-based products. FDI has opened new dimensions for foreign retailers in agri-business. In India, FDI is banned in agriculture, excluding floriculture, horticulture, development of seeds, animal husbandry, piscicult...
You might be anxious what this statement wants to say. Who is actually this Linda Smith who is challenging me? If I get the chance, I will definitely defeat her. She is just a simple human being who has the answer of this simple question. 'If you are asked to give your services as a professor in a college situated in distant area of Sikkim, Will yo...