Trade and economic development : India, Pakistan, and BangladeshMaterial type: TextPublication details: New Delhi ; Newbury Park, Calif. : Sage Publications, 1989Description: 228 pISBN: 0803996187 (U.S.); 9780803996182; 8170361605 (India); 9788170361602Subject(s): Industries | ExportsDDC classification: 382 Online resources: Click here to access online | Click here to access online
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Included Bibliography, Index.
General Economic Indicators--
Evolution of Foreign Trade Policies--
Regional Trade in the Global Context--
Regional Economic Cooperation--
Trade and Economic Development studies the recent developments in international economic relations through a detailed examination of three South Asian countries--India, Bangladesh and Pakistan. The author presents the general economic indicators of the three countries and compares them to global indexes. The salient features of each country2s economy, particularly trade and industrial performance, are examined. With an outline of these countries2 developmental policies, resource bases, export potential, and import needs, Krishnalekha Sood discusses the potential of existing mechanisms for regional economic cooperation.