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Double Taxation Avoidance Agreements

04th July 2012
To finance the welfare and the administrative expenditure, governments around the world impose certain taxes on their subjects. The taxation system helps in collecting revenue besides it also provides direction to the economic growth and also brings econo... Read >
Author: CA A. K. JAIN

Write a note on the circular flow of income in a two-sector economy?

06th April 2011
CIRCULAR FLOW OF INCOME IN A TWO-SECTOR ECONOMY: *INTRODUCTION: ~ The two sector model is highly simplified models with only two sector-i.e. households and firms. ~ It illustrates the circular flow of income between these two sectors. *ASSUMPTIONS: i... Read >
Author: thisishiral

Explain the circular flow of income with the inclusion of the financial sector.

06th April 2011
*INTRODUCTION: ~ The three sector model is actually an extension of the two-sector model. ~ Apart from households and business firms, it includes the financial sector on account of the savings and investments made by households and firms. ~ Thus, the ... Read >
Author: thisishiral

Ecommerce Website

01st January 2011
eCommerce is the activity of engaging in business online... As many people now shop online, eCommerce has become a principal economic activity in many parts of the world. In keeping with this trend, eCommerce websites have taken the lead in the online wor... Read >
Author: micheal wiliam


15th April 2010
• The Census of India 2011 will start from April 15, 2010. • It is for the first time a National Population Register of usual residents is also being prepared. • Census has a long history in India. • Kautilya in the third centur... Read >
Author: Iqbal Amrohi

Features and Benefits of Electronic Equipment Insurance

27th October 2009
"The economic activity is truly depending on mechanised setup and yes it is only the multivarious level equipment that forced us to compete achievement on business needs by automation. With the advent of electronic era in India, almost all industries r... Read >
Author: Royalsundaram

The Diamond-Water Paradox

01st July 2007
Why are diamonds valued more than water? Water, not diamonds, is necessary for life. So shouldn't it be more valuable? Classical economists puzzled over this question and named it the value paradox. Scarcity of goods is what causes humans to attribute val... Read >
Author: DollarDaze

Post TRIPS Effect

05th March 2007
Post TRIPS Effects The TRIPS Agreement, which came into effect on 1 January 1995, is to date the most comprehensive multilateral agreement on intellectual property. 1. For the purposes of the TRIPS Agreement, "intellectual property" refers to: ...... Read >
Author: sagarbiotech
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