ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Indian Joint Ventures Abroad-With Special Reference to Islamic Countries

With Special Reference to Islamic Countries K V K Ranganathan Broadly speaking, South-South co-operation can he achieved through : (i) transfer of technology; (ii) transfer of managerial expertise; (iii) transfer of manpower; and (iv) by undertaking investments through joint venture projects by private and public sector undertakings in other developing countries. The present study reviews the development co-operation through promotion of joint venture projects as set up by Indian private and public sector undertakings in other countries in general and the Islamic countries in particular.

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