Small and Medium Enterprises in Global Perspective: Employment Generation and WTO Vision 2012

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New Century Publications, Jan 1, 2004 - Business & Economics - 289 pages
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Small And Medium Enterprises (Smes) Have Emerged As An Engine Of Growth In Several Developed And Developing Economics Of The World. In India Also They Have Emerged As A Vibrant And Dynamic Component Of Indian Economy By Virtue Of Their Significant Contribution To Gdp, Industrial Production And Exports. However, The Most Important Contribution Of This Sector Is Towards Employment Generation Which Is Second Only To Agriculture. In View Of Some Recent Developments Emerging Out Of The Challenges Of Increased Competitiveness Due To Globalisation, Liberalization And Emergence Of Wto, And The Constraints Relating To Credit, Infrastructure, Technology And Skill Development, Many Experts Are Compelled To Think About To Capacity Of This Sector To Achieve The Given Targets. The Main Objective Of This Book Is To Examine The Constraints And The Required Changes Which Could Convert The Challenges Which Opportunities So That The Smes Sector Emerges As The Saviour Of The Indian Economy In Terms Of Employment Generation. This Book Examines All These Issues And Attempts To Suggest Measures Which Would Enhance The Competitiveness Of Smes In Order To Put India On Global Map.

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Prasad is an associate at Vault Reports. She graduated from Yale University in 1997 with a degree in English, with a concentration in Women's Literature.

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