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Pharmaceutical industry and third party logistics in India

Pharmaceutical industry and third party logistics in India

Outsourcing is the act of reassigning some of the business activities and decision making abilities to another firm who specializes… Read more »

Present and future of small and medium enterprises (SMEs)

Present and future of small and medium enterprises (SMEs)

Small and Medium Enterprises (SMEs) are an important part of world economy. Though the SMEs are small in size, their contribution to any economy cannot be ignored. Read more »

 
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Economics of plea bargaining

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Removal of economic sanctions against Iran will crush ISIS

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Digital India initiative brings new hope to the real estate industry

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Survival of Saudi Arabia after the exhaustion of its oil reserves

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Impact of global warming on India’s agriculture productivity

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The World remembers Hiroshima and Nagasaki bombing

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Carbon sequestration to prevent global warming

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