The Penguin-CNBC-TV18 business yearbook 2006-07
The World Of Business And Economy . . . At Your Fingertips!
Put Together By The Team Behind The Phenomenally Successful Penguin India Reference Yearbook, The Penguin India Cnbc Tv 18 Business Yearbook 2006-2007 Is A One-Volume Guide To Business And Economy In India And The International Arena, With A Special Focus On The High Points Of The Past Financial Year, Current Trends And Prospects.
This First-Of-Its-Kind Business And Economy Yearbook And Reference Includes:
" A Complete Dossier On Indian Business, Economics And Industry, Incorporating The Latest Figures
" Highlights On Contemporary Issues Such As The Rise Of The Sensex, Vat, Disinvestment, Psus And Fiis
" A Detailed World Section Including Key Information On The Economies Of The G8 Countries, The European Union, China, South Korea, Singapore, The Gulf Countries, And Others
" Profiles Of Major Companies (Both Indian And International) Across Industries Such As Engineering, Petroleum, Fmcg, Chemicals, Electronics, It And Entertainment
" A Thorough Year In Review Segment With Day-By-Day Listings Of Occurrences In 2005-06, Along With Write-Ups On People And Events In The News
" A Business And Economy Timeline Outlining The History Of Business From 7500 Bc To The Present
" A Who S Who On The Most Prominent Players In The Business World Today
" A Special Section On Careers In Business
" A Detailed Index
Included In This Publication Is A Host Of Articles By Leading Names In The World Of Business And Economics, Such As:
Steven J. Levitt
Readily Accessible, Reader-Friendly And Up-To-Date, The Penguin Cnbc Tv 18 Business Yearbook 2006-2007 Is An Essential Companion For Executives, Entrepreneurs, Consultants, Management Students And Exam Candidates, And Will Be Of Interest To The General Reader As Well.
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