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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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02 September 2014

Economy back on track
From the Editor's Desk : The economy grew 5.7% in the April-June period, the highest in the last ten quarters. Nobody was expecting such level of growth ...

Special Report On : Modi tones up governance, lays out policy roadmap
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26 August 2014

What SMEs can learn from big boys.
From the Editor's Desk : Big businesses can learn a lot of things from small businesses. Fund scarcity, lack of manpower, branding challenges, tough competition from big guys... ...

Special Report On : Guidelines on CSR and Sustainability
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19 August 2014

Manufacturing matters
From the Editor's Desk : Can India become a manufacturing powerhouse? In his maiden Independence Day speech, PM Narendra Modi highlighted the urgency to revive Indian manufacturing. "Come and make in India" ...

Special Report On : Dot Bharat domain to soon hit screens.
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12 August 2014

Why customer retention is important
From the Editor's Desk : We all know almost every big business started out small. What do these companies have in common that enables them to move to the next level? Success in business depends on a number of factors: product, quality, pricing, marketing, advertising, promotion and so on.. ...

Special Report On : Online commerce will compliment physical retail stores
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05 August 2014

WTO deal: North-South divide rears its head again
From the Editor's Desk : The WTO talks have failed. Last year, all the 159 WTO members reached a historic Trade Facilitation Agreement, signaling an erosion of the traditional North-South divide and raising hopes that the deal would inject a whooping $1 trillion into international trade and create some 21 million jobs — nearly 18 million in developing nations — by lowering transaction costs and red tape. ...

Special Report On : Modi's Nepal visit: Unfurling vision of an integrated South Asia
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