Impact Of Liberalization On Exports And Imports Of India
The impact of liberalization policies and opening up of the Indian market on the Indian economy was a debatable issue in India for a long time. Some of the political parties were staunchly against it as the opinion was that it could damage the economy of India and adversely affect the Indian people. In the real sense, the impact of liberalization was felt in India only after 1990. This paper finds out whether there have been any significant changes in foreign trade i.e., export and import after liberalization. The paper is divided into three parts. The first part of the paper deals with the path traced by foreign trade in India, which is basically a literature survey. The second part consists of a comparison between the exports and imports of the pre- and post-liberalization periods, using the time-series analysis. The third part consists of the conclusion and the scope for further studies.
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Volume (Year): IV (2006)
Issue (Month): 2 (May)
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