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Check commit4fitness for India in 2002.

India Market Entry

Subchapters: Market entry Forms and conditions of operation on the market Marketing and Communications Issues of intellectual property protection Public procurement market Payment terms, payment ethics and resolution of commercial disputes Visas, fees, specific conditions of travel to the territory Employment of citizens from the Czech Republic Fairs and events Market entry As can be… Read More »

Swimming in Winter

On a cold frosty day, you really want to plunge into the warm sea once again, bask in the pleasant sand. Even New Year’s and Christmas fuss can inspire longing for a hot summer. All doubts aside – warm countries where you can go in winter offer holidays for every taste and budget. It remains… Read More »

India Country Information

India is a huge subcontinent located in southern Asia. India borders with Afghanistan, Pakistan in the northwest, in the north – with China, Nepal, Bhutan, in the east – with Burma and Bangladesh. In the south, a narrow strait separates it from Sri Lanka. India has a length of 3214 km from north to south… Read More »

India Economic and Financial Policy in the 2000’s

A vigorous expansion of production and the surplus of the current account have been among the main achievements that the UI has achieved since 2002 following the important socio-economic reforms carried out since the 1990s. This allowed the country to start emerging on the world stage as a new economic superpower. In particular, in the… Read More »

India as a World Leader of Knowledge

India is in a unique position that allows it to reap extraordinary competitive advantages, but also to be able to enjoy, in the long term, the best opportunities of an economy based on knowledge. By radically and quickly overturning a large part of the stereotypes of the past, it is becoming the protagonist of the… Read More »

New Give for Non-proliferation? Part II

4: Non-proliferation and disarmament Two lines of conflict put the NPT under pressure right from the start: between those who have and those who do not have nuclear weapons, and between sellers and buyers in the nuclear market. The sellers of nuclear reactors are mainly Europeans, Americans, Russians, Japanese and South Koreans. The nuclear-weapon-free sellers in… Read More »

Travel to India

Area: 3,287,469 km² Residents: 1,339,180,000 residents (2017) Population density: 407 E / km² Form of Government: Parliamentary Federal Republic System of Government: Parliamentary democracy Neighboring countries: Pakistan, China, Nepal, Bhutan, Myanmar, Bangladesh, (Sri Lanka) Capital: New -Delhi national languages: Hindi, English and 21 regional languages Religions: 80.5% Hindus, 13.4% Muslims (mainly Sunnis), 2.3% Christians, 1.9% Sikhs, 0.8% Buddhists, 0.4% Jainas, 0.6% Other religions: (e.g.… Read More »