ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846

G R KulkarniSubscribe to G R Kulkarni

International Dimensions of Indian Banking

G R Kulkarni During the last few years, Indian banks have shown growing interest in internationalising their business activities. Several new offices have been opened in foreign countries. Funds have been raised and disbursed in terms of foreign currencies. A wide range of international banking services have been offered, and the growing list of customers includes Indians as well as non-Indains abroad. Funds have been provided for trading with or by India, as also for economic development in India and other countries. Funds have been raised and disbursed unilate ally as well as in association with other Indian and non-Indian banks.

Management Problems in the Public Sector

G R Kulkarni This paper examines one typical case of a public sector company so as to study how problems arise in actual practice and what needs to he done to enable the management of that particular enterprise to further improve its working.

Exports and Future Export Plans of Large Indian Companies, 1970-75

Indian Companies, 1970-75 Charan D Wadhva G R Kulkarni Export development policy at the national level for the coming years will have to take into account the capability of the larger manufacturing companies to generate exports and ways and means to activate them towards incorporating export development plans on a larger scale as a part of their individual corporate development strategies.
Back to Top