Implications of GATT-94 on exports of Indian agro-processing firms
AbstractIn the background of controversy on the prospective effect of GATT-94 on exports from the Indian agro-processing firms, this paper seeks to achieve mainly four objectives: (i)To analyse the perceptions of agro-based firms about the effect of GATT-94 on their business performance, particularly the exports, (ii) To analyse the determinants of competitiveness as perceived by the entrepreneurs of agro-processing firms in the aftermath of GATT-94, (iii) To find out the strategies planned by them to exploit the opportunities or cope up with the challenges arising out of GATT-94 and (iv) To discuss the obstacles to exports faced by the agro processing firms and suggest specific measures to address the same.
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Bibliographic InfoPaper provided by University Library of Munich, Germany in its series MPRA Paper with number 47234.
Date of creation: 28 May 2013
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Publication status: Published in World Trade Research and Information Report 3.1(1995): pp. 2-6
GATT-94; Indian agro-processing industry;
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