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Globalisation & Emerging Markets: The case of India

@inproceedings{Molintas2015GlobalisationE,
  title={Globalisation \& Emerging Markets: The case of India},
  author={Dominique Trual Molintas},
  year={2015}
}
Globalisation is characterised as the accelerating process in economic, political and cultural integration in a cross border scheme (Wells, Shuey and Kiely 2001). Its significance can impact both negative and positive consequences, resulting in the free flow of imports and wide scale competition (Wall and Rees 2004, Paul 2004). The Indian market is characterised by an immense potential with a population that ranks second across the world. In spite of the global economic conditions, the… Expand

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