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Asstt Ashish, Prof, Adarsh Gandhi, Samalkha
2017 International Journal of Engineering Technology   unpublished
Globalisation is the rapid integration or interconnection between countries mostly on the economic policies. There are numerous implication of globalisation on the national economy. The phenomena has intensified competition and interdependence between economies in the global market. In India, economic reforms have resulted in overall economic growth. The growth in GDP has improved the global position of the India. Initially the primary sector generated a large percentage of GDP. Due to
more » ... DP. Due to globalisation the service sector has uplifted the global economy. The overall rate of growth of Indian economy is one of the major advantages of globalisation in India. Foreign direct investment (FDI) has also increased due to globalisation in India.
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