ISSN (Print) - 0012-9976 | ISSN (Online) - 2349-8846
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Transfer of Computer Technology in India-Case of B-CACHI

This paper explores the process of international technology transfers in the Indian electronic industry. International technology transfers are of importance to developing nations, like India, as they bridge the technological gap that exist between the developing and the developed nations and help in bringing about appropriate goods and services. The process of technology transfer is affected by several factors, some of which are set in a firm's environment, and some internal to it. Studies concerning technology transfer should aid the policy-maker, as well as the business manager who is in midst of a transfer process, by providing them with the relevant information on how the process works.

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