In terms of overall orientation, this book has been so conceived and structured that it has followed a certain natural corollary and logical framework in comparing Indian economy with the Asian and the global economy in respect to the sectors wherein India is perceived to play a leadership role both in the regional and the global context. Secondly, an attempt has also been made to identify areas, where, India, despite possessing a huge potential, could not so far convincingly demonstrate its competitive advantage to compete globally. Thirdly, competitive advantages in certain chosen fields, wherein India can excel and outperform its competitors are elaborated and highlighted with broad indication of the future strategy. Last, but not the least, the book has dealt with the various sectoral investment opportunities in India for achieving global competitiveness.Secondly, the state-owned insurance companies such as LIC and GIC have limited number of policies to offer to their subscribers while in case of private insurance companies, their policy numbers are many more and the premium amount as well as the maturity period is much competitive as ... The 25 million credit cards used till date offer a huge data base and opportunity for insurance companies.
|Title||:||Enhancing Global Competitiveness|
|Author||:||A. N. Sarkar|
|Publisher||:||I. K. International Pvt Ltd - 2009-01-01|