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Asked by Anuj A

Feb 10, 2015

Difference between foreign trade and foreign investment.



Foreign Trade Foreign trade is the trade between different countries of the world.
It consists of imports, exports .
The inflow of goods in a country is ca...

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Asked by Sabu

Mar 13, 2015

What is meant by ‘Fair Globalisation’?

Fair globalisation means that the benifits of the globalisation must be shared by all equally..... I hope this worked for u......

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Asked by Anuj A

Feb 10, 2015

What is the role of MNCs in the globalisation process?

MNCs are playing a major role in the globalisation process.
More and more goods and services, investments and technology are moving between countries.
Most regions of the world are in closer conta...

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Asked by Gaurav Singh

Mar 13, 2015

WHAT IS MNC ?

1)Multinational Coorporation is a large company that owns or regulate production across nations.
2)they set up offices and factories where they get favorable factore such as availability of raw materials...

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Asked by Sudha ravi kumar

Dec 25, 2014

Explain any four ways in which multinational corprotations have speard their production and interaction with local producers in various countries across the globe.

The most common strategy of a Multi National Corporation is to first buy a local company and then to expand production.

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Asked by Rujuta Killedar

Mar 5, 2015

What are the disadvantages of MNCs.

Government diverts funds to protect MNCs for foreign investment, accumulates infrastructural facilities to them.

Toug...

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Asked by Theresa Joshy

Mar 9, 2015

How does foreign trade led to the market integration across countries? Explain with three examples

For a long time foreign trade has been the main channel connecting countries.
Even as early as the 8th century extensive trade took place between South Asia, including India, and the East and West.
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Asked by Kiran Gowda

Mar 6, 2015

What is a barrier on foreign trade?

A barrier to trade is a government-imposed restraint on the flow of international goods or services. 

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Asked by Ishita Gupta

Mar 9, 2015

How have our markets been transformed in recent years? Explain with examples.

The advent of globalization and the policy of liberalization have opened the market to the world players.The economy of our country has rapidly grown with the onset of LPG (Liberalization, Privatization and Glo...

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Asked by Rajat Bokade

Mar 3, 2015

What are the characteristic of 'Special Economic Zone'?

In India, Special Economic Zones Act was passed in 2005 and came into effect in 2006.It was introduced with a view to overcome the problems related to control and clea...

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