Doing Business with India
Roderick Millar, M. S. Chandramouli
Kogan Page, 1999 - Business & Economics - 485 pages
This invaluable business guide incorporates new financial and legal information. Comprehensive and thorough, Doing Business with India is the definitive source of information on this rapidly growing and dynamic market. The book examines the economic context, and focuses on the growth of manufacturing in India. It covers in depth all aspects of business development, foreign trade and investment. The timeliness of this new edition of Doing Business with India is recognised by both the World Bank and British trade authorities and this unique and authoritative book will be essential reading for any business considering investment opportunities.
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