An analysis of Indiaâ€™s bilateral intra-industry trade in agricultural products
AbstractThis study attempts to analyse the extent of intra-industry trade (IIT) in Indiaâ€™s agricultural trade. This study showed that the agricultural trade between India and its two major trading partners, the USA and European Union, was mainly inter-industry in nature. However, there was a mild tendency for IIT to increase during the period of 2000â€“2008. The marginal intra-industry trade calculated for trade between both the partners indicated that the export was expanding at the cost of imports.
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Volume (Year): 4 (2012)
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marginal trade; agricultural products; USA; EU; European Union; India; United States; bilateral trade; trading partners; inter-industry trade; exports; imports; agriculture; farming; food; economics; business research; intra-industry trade.;
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