|Subject: ADL 82 India's Foreign Trade & Trade Policy AM1|
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Question 1 (A): International trade has become indispensable in the Economic Development of a developing country. Explain this statement in the context of Indian Situation.
Question 1 (B): What are the recent trends in world trade? To what extent have India benefited by world trade?
Question 2 (A) What factors should Indian exporters consider in assessing demand for a product in foreign markets? How they are different from assessing domestic demand?
Question 2 (B): What is the significance of Export promotion for India? Discuss the major steps which may be taken to give boost to exports.
Question 3 (A): List the major items of India's Import and Exports. What have been the latest changes in current perspectives?
Question 3 (B): Write a critical note on the direction of India's foreign trade in the last ten years.
Question 4 (A) Examine the changing pattern of India's foreign trade in the Ninth Five year Plan.
Question 4 (B): Analyze the various causes for the slow growth in India's Exports.
Question 5 (A) Distinguish between Balance of Trade and Balance of Payments.
Question 5 (B): What are the major constituents of a country's balance of payments? Illustrate your answer with India's Balance of Payment Account.
Question 1(A): Discuss the salient features of the Foreign Trade Development and Regulation Act. How far is this resolution being implemented?
Question 1(B): What are the various facilities available to recognized Export Houses?
Question 2(A): What is the major aims and objectives of New Export and Import Policy (1997-2000).Discuss with your suggestions for further improvement.
Question 2(B): What are the major steps have been taken by Government to liberalize imports in nineties?
Question 3(A): Discuss in detail organizational structure created by Government for promoting the Exports.
Kodak versus Fuji in 1995
Question 1: How might it be said that Kodak helped to create a competitor in Fuji Photo Film?
Question 2: What was the critical catalyst that led Kodak to start taking the Japanese market seriously?
Question 3: What have been the keys to Kodak's post-war success in Japan?
Question 4: From the evidence given in the case, do you think Kodak's charges of unfair trading practices against Fuji are valid, or are they simply a case of the kettle calling the pot black?
1 The objective of exchange control is:
(a) To ensure the availability of sufficient foreign exchange
(b) To establish the external value of the domestic currency
(c) To prevent flight of capital
(d) All of the above
2. Which of the following is not a Convertible Currency?
(a) Japanese Yen
(b) Pound Sterling
(c) Deutsche Mark
3. The ratio of foreign exchange to be converted in Indian rupees at the official exchange rate and market determined rate, as introduced under partial convertibility in Union Budget 1992-93 was:
4. Which of the following currencies witnessed a big fall in its exchange rate in 1992?
(a) Pound Sterling
(b) Japanese Yen
(c) Deutsche Mark
(d) Swiss Franc
5. On the basis of statement to A & B, answer the following questions
A - Spot rate refers to the rate quoted for delivery of foreign exchange in future. B - Bid rate refers to the rate at which bank is willing to buy the currency
(a) A is correct
(b) B is correct
(c) Both A & B are correct
(d) Both A & B are wrong
Question 6 to 39
40.. What is the joint section in India?