ROLE AND SIGNIFICANCE OF INTERNATIONAL BUSINESS ON THE INDIAN ECONOMY

MS Khan

Abstract


International Business in today’s world has occupied a vitalplace among the economies of the world, particularly among thefastest growing economies like the BRICS nations. The annual rate ofgrowth in the international business sector in India is more than8%.With rich resources available in India, it has a huge advantageover other nations and is regarded as the right nation for exploringbusiness opportunities, Like highly skilled and semiskilled manpower,technologies available within the country, rich natural resources,willingness on part of government to take the world along with andbudding middle class segment. The findings of the paper are expectedto help in boosting the economy

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SAARC, Indian economy, techno-friendly, international business

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