Project Report on Investigation of Noida Sez Exporters' Responses to Anti-Dumping & Allied Duties as Tariff Barriers for International Trade
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PROJECT REPORT ON INVESTIGATION OF NOIDA SEZ
EXPORTERS' RESPONSES TO ANTI-DUMPING & ALLIED DUTIES AS TARIFF BARRIERS FOR INTERNATIONAL TRADE
UNDER THE GUIDANCE OF PROFESSOR RITU SRIVASTAVA IN THE PARTIAL FULLFILLMENT OF POST GRADUATION DIPLOMA IN MANAGEMENT NIILM-CMS (2010-2012)
INDEX SNO. TOPIC PAGE NO.
1. INTRODUCTION 3-6
2. RELEVANCE OF THE STUDY 7
3. RESEARCH OBJECTIVE 8
4. RESEARCH TOOLS AND METHODS 9-10
5. DATA ANALYSIS AND FINDINGS 11-15
6. CONCLUSION 16
7. RECOMMENDATIONS 17
8. RESEARCH LIMITATIONS 18
9. FUTURE AREA OF WORK 19
10. BIBLIOGRAPHY 20
11. ANNEXURE 21
Our project is all about Anti – Dumping, other allied duties and the way these duties affect our Exporters. It also covers the protection policies like “Drawbacks” which our Exporters receive from the Indian Government.
Before going into details about our project we would like to define some common terms which are related to our project like “Dumping and Anti – Dumping” etc.
Dumping: The term Dumping is said to occur when the goods are exported from a country to another country at a price which is lower than its cost of production. It is therefore an unfair practice which can have a distortive effect on International trade. Dumping occurs when the export price of goods imported into India is less than the Normal Value of ‘like articles’ sold in the domestic market of the exporter. Imports at cheap or low prices do not per se indicate dumping. The price at which like articles are sold in the domestic market of the exporter is referred to as the “Normal Value” of those articles.
The normal value is...