18 August 2017

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Small Enterprise Magazine, March'14 Issue: Export Import - Challenges and Opportunities

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EXIM is a sunshine sector in India. In spite of several sluggish periods, the economy of the country highly depends on EXIM, helping us to compete globally and improve trade and foreign relations.

 

 

As development costs soar and product life cycles get shorter, small companies will need to sell in as many markets as possible to make a reasonable profit. There are a large number of SMEs venturing into export business and highly depending on imports. Participation in international trade helps expanding the horizon of and company. Exports and imports may turn to be quite lucrative when you have a niche product. However like any other business, establishment of an EXIM business requires a set of registrations and authorizations.

The March’14 issue of Small Enterprise magazine is dedicated to SME EXIMs that covers:

  • Challenges facing by SME EXIM
  • Key Export and Import policies in India
  • Tips to reduce exchange rate risk
  • Types of marine insurance policies for exporters and importers
  • How to Start an Export-Import Business
  • Talk with leading logistic companies on their exclusive SME campaigns, plans and key challenges.
  • The budget 2014 Impact on EXIMs
 

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