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The Performance of India's Export Zones
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The Performance of India's Export Zones
A Comparison with the Chinese Approach


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Development Economics

July 2000 | 280 pages | SAGE Publications Pvt. Ltd
'In this timely and interesting book, Kundra provides a wealth of useful and revealing data as well as accounts of his numerous interviews' - Bernhard Seliger, Contemporary South Asia

The process of opening up economics through selective import liberalization and export promotion began in the early sixties and was initiated by the economies of East Asia. India began on this journey in the eighties, and comprehensive reforms followed in 1991. This book is an in-depth study of export processing zones ( EPZs) and export-orientated units (EOUs) -both of which represent one of the government's most important policy options in facilitating export manufacture under a duty-free regime.

A comprehensive and unique work on the subject of EPZs and EOUs in India.

 
PART ONE: THE INDIAN CONTEXT
 
Introduction
 
Policy Regime for Export Processing Zones and Export Oriented Units
 
Export Processing Zones
 
Export-Oriented Units
 
Problem Areas and Future Prospects of Export Processing Zones and Export Oriented Units
 
PART TWO: THE CHINESE CONTEXT
 
Special Economic Zones and Economic and Technological Development Zones
The Policy Regime  
 
Special Economic Zones and Economic and Technological Development Zones
Performance, Problems and Potential  
 
PART THREE: COMPARISON AND POLICY IMPLICATIONS
 
Foreign Direct Investment Policy in India and China
The Role of Expatriates  
 
The Relevance of Chinese Development Strategy for India
 
Conclusions and Policy Implications

'In this timely and interesting book, Kundra provides a wealth of useful and revealing data as well as accounts of his numerous interviews' - Bernhard Seliger, Contemporary South Asia

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ISBN: 9780761994534
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