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Manufacturing Excellence and Global Competitiveness-Challenges and Opportunities for Indian Industries

Global Competitiveness Challenges and Opportunities for Indian Industries Pankaj Chandra P R Shukla The macro-economic policy reforms are opening the flood-gates of global competitive forces for the Indian economy. A strategy merely based on exports to combat the might of multinationals can prove to be dangerous, causing erosion in the strength of Indian companies in the home market. Thus, a qualitative nurturing of home market by the Indian companies prior to them being flooded with assorted consumer items by foreign companies is essential.

Energy Demand Forecast for Agriculture in India

intensive. The principal agricultural outputs by volume in India are foodgrains and sugarcane. Output of most commodities continued to grow during the Sixth Plan period due mainly to improved seeds, fertilisers, and irrigation.
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