GITAM School of International Business will be conducting a national seminar on India’s foreign Trade. The Seminar would be held on 4th January, 2014 at GITAM School of International Business, GITAM University Visakhapatnam.
Over the last six decades, India’s foreign trade has undergone a rapid transformation in terms of composition of commodities.
The objectives of the seminar is to discuss about the recent trends and issues in India’s foreign trade and to suggest policy measures for improving prospects for future growth keeping the rapid transformations in mind. The Themes and Topics covered in this seminar are:
Impact of Economic Crises (2008 and later) on India’s Foreign Trade
Supply Chain Management
Impact of Currency Fluctuations
Regional Groupings and India’s Foreign Trade
The important dates for participants are:
Submission of Abstract: 5th September, 2013 (250 to300 words)
Submission of Revised Papers: 20th December, 2013
Submission of PPTs: 26th December, 2013
The program will be divided into technical sessions and session will be chaired by an expert from industry or academia. Each author will be given 10 minutes to present, which will be followed by 5 minute discussion.
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