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Tradeindia's weekly Exim Newsletter is a whole-hearted editorial effort dedicated to give the worldwide exim community a fair perspective on matters related to trade, aspects of Government Economic Policy, concerns of exporters-importers and issues in global trade.
 
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29 October 2013

Deciding where to export
From the Editor's Desk : Where should I export? It's one of the trickiest questions that puzzles new exporters. After deciding the risks and benefits involved in export business ...

Special Report On : Diwali round the corner, but footfalls in malls go down
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22 October 2013

End to US shutdown a relief for all
From the Editor's Desk : The US got back to life after President Obama and Congress had ended a 16-day shutdown on Thursday last week ...

Special Report On : Indian fashion industry headed for big time: Neeta Lulla
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15 October 2013

GCC: Opportunities abound for exporters
From the Editor's Desk : India's trade with the GCC (Gulf Cooperation Council) countries - which include Bahrain, Kuwait, Oman, Qatar, Saudi Arabia, and United Arab Emirates - has increased by 75.91 percent ...

Special Report On : Policy perils keeping India's realty industry static
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08 October 2013

Cloud computing — where SMEs stand
From the Editor's Desk : Cloud computing is often touted as the future business model that is bringing paradigm change in the ICT adoption pattern of small and medium enterprises worldwide ...

Special Report On : Belgium sees plenty of promise in Indian economy
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01 October 2013

Exports — an opportunity to fix the economy
From the Editor's Desk : Small exporters always lose out when it comes to bank lending. First of all, credit availability for them is very poor, and even when available, the interest rates are very high ...

Special Report On : Ordinance may be scrapped but PM unlikely to resign
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