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In an era of change, restructuring and growing, business is becoming more competitive and demanding day by day. Utmost importance is given to profitability at every level and by all processes. If any business process or function is nonproductive or non-profitable, that is, non-core but necessary...
This article attempts to analyse the impact of economic growth on poverty reduction in Indonesia during the New Order (NO) era (1966–98). It also discusses the need of ‘anti-poverty’ versus ‘pro-poor development’ policies and programmes for poverty reduction. The paper addresses some...
As mandated by Article XX of the Uruguay Round, negotiations for next round of the Agreement on Agriculture (AOA) began in 1999 and are now in an advanced stage. It is quite important now for South Asian countries (SACs) to join hands based on mutual interest and geographic considerations, and...
The South Asia region holds the key to the fulfilment of the Millennium Development Goals related to water and sanitation. Any effort towards achieving the 2015 targets would require investments in the sector that cannot be generated internally by the countries of the region. The authors...
The agricultural sector of Kerala, after prolonged stagnation resulting from increased production cost and declining profitability inter alia on account of rising wages, has adapted its crop structure to focus on less labour-intensive commercial crops. Such a structural change in the region's...
This article documents and examines agricultural trade policy reforms in India over the past decade, with emphasis on both the achievements to date and challenges involved in completing the unfinished reform agenda. While the liberalization reforms during this period clearly mark a significant...
Suppose a regional preferential trading agreement (PTA) is to be formed and a particular country is invited to join. Should it do so? This question arises for Bangladesh in relation to a proposed PTA based upon the BIMST-EC country grouping of Bangladesh, India, Myanmar, Sri Lanka and Thailand....
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