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4 CASE STUDIES

SAURABH SHUKLA PGDIB, 200701356

SYMBIOSIS CENTRE FOR DISTANCE LEARNING (SCDL), PUNE

CASE STUDY

INTERNATIONAL TRADE OF WASTE AN ANALYSIS FOR WIN-WIN SITUATION

CASE STUDY

TRADE BARRIERS AND THEIR EFFECT ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE OF BIOFUELS

CASE STUDY

EXPORT POTENTIAL OF GEMS & JEWELLERY

CASE STUDY

INDIAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS EXPORTS CHALLENGES & OPPORTUNITIES

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INDIAN PETROLEUM PRODUCTS EXPORTS

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INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES METHODOLOGY PETROLEUM INDUSTRY AND PRODUCTS GLOBAL SCENARIO PETROLEUM INDUSTRY IN INDIA CHALLENGES IN THE PETROLEUM INDUSTRY PROSPECTS OF INDIAN PETROLEUM INDUSTRY RECOMMENDATIONS CONCLUSION REFERENCES

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EXPORT POTENTIAL OF GEMS & JEWELLERY

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INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES CLASSIFICATION METHODLOGY GEMS & JEWELLERY SECTOR IN INDIA GOVERNMENT INITIATIVES FOR THE PROMOTION OF GEMS & JEWELLERY INDUSTRY ANALYSIS OF GEMS & JEWELLERY EXPORTS FROM INDIA SWOT ANALYSIS OF INDIAN GEMS & JEWELLERY INDUSTRY FUTURE PROSPECTIVES CONCLUSION RECOMMENDATIONS REFERENCES

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TRADE BARRIERS AND THEIR EFFECT ON INTERNATIONAL TRADE OF BIOFUELS

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INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES METHOD STUDIED FACTORS FUEL CATEGORIES DIRECT AND INDIRECT TRADE FACTORS THAT INFLUENCE THE DEVELOPMENT OF BIOFUELS TRADE BARRIERS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE OF BIOFUELS FUTURE OF BIOFUELS TRADE CONCLUSION REFERENCES

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INTERNATIONAL TRADE OF WASTE

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INTRODUCTION OBJECTIVES METHOD GLOBAL WASTE TRADE THEORIES IN INTERNATIONAL TRADE OF WASTE INDIA AND WASTE TRADE DISCUSSION AND CONCLUSION REFERENCES

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