Ppt on consumer rights in india

Special Study in Marketing Ogilvy & Mather, India.

Worldwide is Indias first and leading one-to-one marketing firm. Its strength lies in building bonds between consumers and brands. OgilvyOne offers integrated services across traditional and interactive channels (including the Internet and mobile telephony spaces). The OgilvyOne mission is simple: grow customer equity in volume, value and goodwill. This is achieved by reaching the right customer at the right time with the right message, thus/


E-Banking. History of banking sector in India The Bank of Bengal obtained its charter with a capital base of Rs 50 lacs in the year 1809. It was given.

instructions from the customers. Hence, banks should clearly notify to the customers the timeframe and the circumstances in which any stop-payment instructions could be accepted. The Consumer Protection Act, 1986 defines the rights of consumers in India and is applicable to banking services as well. Currently, the rights and liabilities of customers availing of Internet banking services are being determined by bilateral agreements between the banks/


The Indian Economy  An Overview and Analysis. Class Exercise: What else could have happened? What else can happen?  Counterfactuals  Where would India’s.

products, machinery, pharma and telecom equipment  A foothold in India enables companies to be close to consumers so as to identify the pulse of the market and respond rapidly India as a Manufacturing Hub  India, as a Regional Marketing Hub, is suitable for most /not coming together on a shop floor every day, they organize around the neighborhood.  Second, because they have no legal right to make demands on their employers, they are using their power as voters to make demands on the state.  Finally,/


Unit-V Consumer Protection Act and Introduction of Cyber Laws 7: Consumer Protection Act Consumer rights Procedure for Consumer grievances redressal Types.

unfair trade practices or exploitation. 5. The right to consumer education. Cont…..  In order to meet the aforesaid objective, to provide for the establishment of consumer councils and other authorities.  To empower the consumer councils and other authorities to settle consumers disputes and matters connected therewith. Applicability  The act in terms of geographical applications extends to the whole of India except the state of Jammu and Kashmir [U/


NEW COMPETITION LAW REGIME IN INDIA VINAY KUMAR SANDUJA B.COM,LL.B,LL.M,PGDECL (King’s College, London) ADVOCATE DUA ASSOCIATES ADVOCATES (VIEWS ARE PERSONAL)

adverse effect on competition To Promote and sustain competition in markets To Protect the interests of consumers and, To Ensure freedom of trade carried on by other participants in markets, in India (Substantive Provisions) To prohibit anti-competitive agreements (S/is very broad o written o oral arrangements o understandings o implicit agreements Agreements relating to intellectual property rights (IPRs) are excluded from the purview of section 3 prohibition but if it imposes unreasonable restrictions then/


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it becomes more costly and challenging to manage, upload, refresh, and locate the content; hence, a need to ensure right ICT investments that are scalable, secure, and flexible to help your sales skyrocket and expand business reach with a seamless and /consumers, and develop insights on how they can engage with store visitors before they enter the store, in the store and after they leave the store” — Criteo, Jan 2015 Analyst Outlook: Ecommerce Industry (2/2) “The Indian government’s ambitious Digital India /


Consumer Rights under Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997 & Consumer Protection Act, 1986 – a Background Analysis.

Consumer Rights under Telecom Regulatory Authority of India Act, 1997 & Consumer Protection Act, 1986 – a Background Analysis TRAI ACT, 1997 Preamble Establishment of TRAI and TDSAT: to regulate telecom services trotect interest of consumers promote orderly growth of telecom sector TDSAT: adjudicate disputes dispose of appeals Functions of TRAI Special emphasis on consumers: Recommendations for development of telecom technology Lay down standards of quality of service by/


Tom Peters’ Re-Imagine! Business Excellence in a Disruptive Age REI500/31October2004.

at Site In India” —Headline/ New York Times/ World Business/10.08.04/ 10% of total workforce in Bangalore by 2006 “One Singaporean worker costs as much as … 3 … in Malaysia 8 … in Thailand 13 … in China 18 … in India.” Source:/in an information-based society whose icon is the computer. We stand facing the fifth kind of society: the Dream Society. … The Dream Society is emerging this very instant—the shape of the future is visible today. Right now is the time for decisions—before the major portion of consumer/


Protecting Intellectual Property in the Internet Age

are new and original designs having aesthetic value which have not been previously known or published in India or elsewhere. Rights that different IP assets protect Trademarks- is an identification symbol which may be a word, a /resolution under Federal Trademark dilution Act-Comp examiner agency vs juris inc Judicial Dispute Resolution under Anti cybersquatting Consumer Prevention Act, Dispute resolution under UDRP-ICANN approved domain name dispute resolution service providers.3 elements identical//


Flowers, Diamonds, and Gold: The destructive public health, human rights and environmental consequences of symbols of love Martin Donohoe.

further to collect water Dowry-associated violence, esp. in India Dowry-associated violence, esp. in India Utilization of child labor Utilization of child labor Gold Mining: Human Rights Abuses Grassberg mine, Indonesia (worlds largest, owned /, clarity, and conflict cut, color, clarity, and conflict Query jewelers, consumer education, boycotts, protests, shareholder activism Query jewelers, consumer education, boycotts, protests, shareholder activism Diamond industry prefers self-regulation Diamond industry/


Flowers, Diamonds, and Gold: The destructive public health, human rights and environmental consequences of symbols of love Martin Donohoe.

for pregnancy Women have to walk further to collect water Dowry-associated violence, esp. in India Utilization of child labor Gold Mining: Human Rights Abuses Grassberg mine (world’s largest, owned by U.S.-based Freeport-McMoRan) / and Solutions Diamonds: Purchase only verifiable conflict-free diamonds cut, color, clarity, and conflict Query jewelers, consumer education, boycotts, protests, shareholder activism Diamond industry prefers self-regulation Symbols of Love: Alternatives and Solutions Diamonds/


Causes and Condition of Child/Youth Poverty: Comparing Canada and the DW (using some examples from India and Mexico)

often is the real product being sold e.g.: Ads of child/youth in jeans or t-shirts, sneakers or snowboards, soft drinks or CDs Youth as consumers http://www.time.com/time/magazine/article/0,9171,1587254,00.html http://www/Swiss Agency for Development and Cooperation do? financing sericulture projects dependent on child labor ( Human Rights Watch, 2004) … bad for children: Children making silk thread in India dip their hands into boiling water that burns & blisters breathe smoke and fumes from machinery /


Administrative Staff College of India, Hyderabad Moving towards Cost Reflective Tariffs Rajkiran V Bilolikar.

cost taking into account voltage-wise transmission and distribution losses will be a major step in the right direction for determining the actual cost of supply to various consumer categories. All consumer categories connected to the same voltage will have the same cost of supply 30 Administrative Staff College of India 30 APTEL - 11 Jan 2012 – Unsolved issues Based on the above points as specified/


CONSUMER AWARENESS PROGRAMME Presents © RallyMark Legal.

judicial populism in India in the arena of consumer justice. © RallyMark Legal CONSUMER RIGHTS IN INDIA 1. Right to SAFETY against hazardous goods and services. 2. Right to be INFORMED about quality, quantity, purity, standard and price of goods and services. 3. Right to CHOOSE from varieties of goods and services at competitive price. 4. Right to BE HEARD. 5. Right to seek REDRESSAL. 6. Right to CONSUMER EDUCATION. © RallyMark Legal INFRINGMENT OF CONSUMER RIGHTS 1. Adulteration/


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its other rights in this publication, including under the laws of copyright, misappropriation, trade secrets and unfair competition. All information and data contained in this report is/in Italics) Slide(s) Title/Tables 177-182 India 178 India Overall Consumer Use of Digital Media Consumer Digital Media Usage by Platform India Ranked Globally Digital Media Share of Total Media Usage: India vs. Global Digital Media vs. Traditional Media Usage Growth 179 India Consumer Use of Digital Media by Gender Consumer/


A – July 2012 – The Economic Pulse The Economic Pulse of the World Citizens in 24 Countries Assess the Current State.

observations that can be made right now—beyond the now flat line global recovery trajectory. The first is that three members of the BRIC are in a downward trend: Between March 2012 and June 2012 powerhouse India has dropped from 79% /@ipsos.com keren.gottfried@ipsos.com  The Ipsos Global @dvisor Syndicate Study is a monthly, online survey of consumer citizens in 24 countries and produces syndicated reports and studies specifically tailored to the needs of corporations, advertising and PR agencies, and/


INDIA INDIA AN INTRODUCTION AS A MARKET

Major Overseas Acquisitions – 16,17 A Natural Business Choice - 18 Multinational Presence in India - 19 International Perceptions of India – 20, 21 India Rankings – Quick Facts – 22, 23, 24   CONSUMER INDIA - 25 India’s Most Obvious Opportunities - 26 Consumer Confidence Index - 27 Conundrum of India’s Middle Class - 28 Operating Market Environment – 29, 30, 31 Understanding the Indian Consumer - 32, 33, 34 Changing Behavioural Patterns - 35 The Very Rich/High Net/


Amrit Lal Saha, Advocate Gauhati High Court President, Consumers’ Protection Association, Agartala (Member CAG registered with TRAI) Vice Chairperson,

TDSAT if he/she has A right to approach the TDSAT & Consumer Courts, and if a consumer/consumer organisation is Exempted from fees in filing a complaint and an appeal. Thanks to the TDSAT and all the policy makers and stake holders for hearing the case of the Indian consumers. 21st century is going to be the century of India. Our policy makers and regulators have been/


ASCoN SCI Consumer Network Shivjeet Singh Raghav Chairperson ASCoN Consumer Network President Consumer Committee Spinal Cord Society of India Oct 2013.

rights. The report recognises that disabled people often have unique insights about their disability and their situation and should be actively involved in formulating and implementing policy, laws, and services. ASCoN Consumer /rotation)  2013 Mr Shivjeet Singh  2014 Mr Anwar Hossain  2015 Ms Nipapan Tipayajak National SCI consumer organisation development India – SCI Network India Nepal – Nepal Spinal Cord Injury Sports Association (NSCISA) Bangladesh – Spinal Cord Injury Development Association (/


India: India: from Mughals to Imperialism to Colonialism Tropical Dependency.

rights of Hindus Religious tensions mounted and revolts became commonReligious tensions mounted and revolts became common 1700s Aurangzeb & ineffective gov’t virtually ended Mughal ruleAurangzeb & ineffective gov’t virtually ended Mughal rule RegionalismRegionalism British East India Company & French became more influentialBritish East India Company & French became more influential Seven Years WarSeven Years War British East India Company established a monopoly, with particular interest in/ is consumed. Let/


CONSUMER PROTECTION ACT 1986 IN INDIA. Introduction The Consumer Protection Act 1986 was enacted for better protection of the interest of consumers. The.

The act was passed in Lok sabha on 09-12-1986 and in Rajya sabha on 10-12-1986, assented by President of India on 24-12-1986. CPA was published in the Gazette of India on 26-12- 1986. CPA was enacted in 30-01-1987 that / provisions of act are compensatory as well as preventive and punitive in nature. ACT applies to all goods and services unless specifically exempted by the central govt. It protects the following rights of consumers:-  Right to be protected against the marketing of goods and services which /


20–1. 20–2 Chapter Twenty Copyright © 2014 by The McGraw-Hill Companies, Inc. All rights reserved. McGraw-Hill/Irwin.

call by sales representative) 20–13 Copyright © 2014 by McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited. All rights reserved. Consider the problem of deciding how many newspapers to put in a hotel lobby Too few papers and some customers will not be able /placed, demand during the lead time may be higher than expected, consuming some (or all) of the safety stock/ 20–31 Copyright © 2014 by McGraw Hill Education (India) Private Limited. All rights reserved. Policy – place a new order for 936 units whenever stock/


Title goes here …. >25 “Forget China, India and the Internet: Economic Growth Is Driven by Women.” —Headline, Economist, April 15, Leader, page 14.

Growing female employment rate #1 driver of growth (women>high tech, China, India) *More women in gov’t increase econ growth emphasis (Invest health, ed, infrastructure, poverty)/in advertising. Here was a company that had the guts to talk openly about what women were still struggling to understand and embrace.” —Fara Warner, The Power of the Purse Cases! McDonald’s (“mom-centered” to “majority consumer”; not via kids) Home Depot (“Do it [everything!] Herself”) P&G (more than “house cleaner”) DeBeers (“right/


National Conclave Oct. 11-12, 2012 IHC, New Delhi ‘Indian Consumers in the New Age: A Forward Looking Agenda to Address the Concerns of the Common People’

territories of India to understand the state of Indian consumers. CUTS assigned the task to a professional agency; Insight Development Consulting Group (IDCG) on competitive bidding basis. The focus of the survey was to assess the level of Knowledge, Awareness and Exercise of consumers regarding consumer rights motioned in UN guidelines: - 2 Right to Basic Needs Right to Redressal Right to Safety Right to Consumer Education Right to be Informed Right to be/


FC.141 THE AFTERMATH OF STALIN’S DEATH (1953-56) Peace talks in Korea resume two wks later Uncertainty about direction of US-Sov. relations Polish workers.

split on how to treat new Sov. govt. Beria, Stalin’s old right hand man, is executed Diversion? Stalin’s death in March, 1953  Moderate coalition takes over in Kremlin (FC.140) Restores normal relations w/Yugoslavia Korean War (1950-3/ more consumer inds, artistic freedom, better pensions, -Freed 1000s of polit prisoners -Even opened Kremlin to visitors & kids parties -> "Socialism w/a human face” -> More popular -Showed Com. as beacon of hope to former Asian & Afr. colonies, ->Enthus. welcome in India (‘55/


Copyright © 2011 Deloitte & Touche Consulting India Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved. Enterprise Cloud Computing Standards, Innovation & Shifts Anubrata Chakrabarti.

providers that adopt cloud computing delivery models have the potential to fundamentally re-shape the broader business landscape. Copyright © 2011 Deloitte & Touche Consulting India Pvt. Ltd. All rights reserved. 14 Enterprises are moving into the market for cloud services In 2008, Consumer use of the Internet overtook Business usage source: Cisco Systems, Global IP Traffic Forecast and Methodology; Mobility segment (0.1% of traffic/


Right to Basic Needs Progress made and way forward Suresh P Singh.

Objectives, scope and methodology  Objectives  To assess progress made towards right to basic needs and identifying opportunities and threats.  Scope  All India  Methodology  Review and analysis of primary (consumers’ perception) and secondary data on progress on each of the basic rights 5 Progress made towards right to basic needs 6 Some Indicators of Basic Needs in India IndicatorUnitYearAvailabilityYearAvailability Food grain net availability Kgs. Per year/capita2001151.92010/


Copyright © 2012 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. Chapter 32 Comparative Advantage and the Open Economy.

and Consumption with Specialization and Trade Copyright © 2012 Pearson Addison-Wesley. All rights reserved. 32-30 Why We Trade: Comparative Advantage and Mutual Gains From Exchange (contd) By specializing and engaging in trade: –The United States consumes 75 units of software imported from India and consumes 150 PCs produced at home –Indian residents consume 25 units of software produced at home and import 75 PCs from/


Problems and Issues Facing India

industries to add to their income. India is a leading industrial nation, and advances have been made there in technology and consumer industries. The growing middle class forms the market for consumer goods. INDIA: ECONOMIC GEOGRAPHY Primary Sector: Indian agriculture/be called Tamil Eelam why asked for a separate state? believed only separation would ensure the rights of the Tamils Impact of Conflict In Sri Lanka proposal rejected by the Sinhalese govt result: anger & dissatisfaction!!! Tamil youths formed /


Getting the most out of your People Strategies in 2011

of your People Strategies in 2011 Overview of People Issues in 2011 3 © 2010 Towers Watson. All rights reserved. Hiring and Attrition are back… India is once again witnessing increase in Hiring Numbers Most companies are facing issues in hiring mainly at the /export manufacturing sites Acquire unique assets or human capital Japan, China, SE Asia and India Mexico and South America Gain access to emerging consumer and business markets Secure natural resources and raw materials Establish low-cost regional and /


CAIIB-General Bank Management Module D -MARKETING MANAGEMENT BY S.V.ATRE Bsc, BA, LLB, MBA, CAIIB FACULTY, BANK OF INDIA, MANAGEMENT DEVELOPMENT INSTITUTE,

unfair trade practices/exploitation, The right to consumer education. THE BANKING OMBUDSMAN SCHEME 1995 POWERS AND DUTIES a) to receive complaints relating to banking services. b) to consider such complaints and facilitate their : I) satisfaction or ii)settlement by agreement or iii) by making a recommendation or iv) award Ombudsman’s authority include All complaints concerning deficiency in service,such as: 1.Non/


Camson Biotechnologies Limited

launch a new hybrid. Source: Surmounting Challenges Hybrid seeds cannot be patented in India The company can however patent the hybrid seeds in the US. However, through the Plant Breeders right which would be implemented from Sept/Oct 2010, the seeds of a company/ seeds fails to perform to expected standards, the farmer can claim compensation from the producer or dealer under the Consumer Protection Act, 1986 The Bill permits self certification of seeds by accredited agencies and allows the central govt. to/


A PILOT PROJECT ON CAPACITY BUILDING ON ELECTRICITY REFORMS IN BANGLADESH, INDIA AND NEPAL (RESA PROJECT) Findings of the Project RESA — Nepal Dhrubesh.

regimes in electricity sector in Bangladesh, India and Nepal. Project countries 1. Nepal 2. India 3. Bangladesh Donor agency: NORAD RESA Nepal SAWTEE and it’s local partners 1.Ilam Chamber Of Commerce And Industry, Ilam 2.Forum For Protection Of Consumer Rights Nepal, Morang 3.Consumer Forum Nepal, Sunsari 4.Forum for Protection of Consumer Rights Nepal, Kathmandu 5.Consumer Forum Nepal, Lalitpur 6.Forum for Protection of Consumer Rights Nepal/


Role of Retailing in Empowering Women : A study of Unorganised sector in Karnataka – Radhika J Role of Retailing in Empowering Women- A study of Unorganised.

“Efficiency Benefits Pass on to Consumers: New Development in Retail Market Environment in India”, Indian Journal of Marketing, PP: 23-25. 61 Role of Retailing in Empowering Women : A study of Unorganised sector in Karnataka – Radhika J Literature related/“Consumers! Wake Up…” Consumer Rights, Marketing Mastermind, 2007, PP25-28. Charlie McKelvey (2006), “Marketers ‘in the dark over consumer empowerment”, Precision Marketing, 22 September 2006, Pg.11. Hunter L. Gary and Garnefeld (2008), “When does Consumer/


1 LEGAL PRACTICE BILL [B20 – 2012] Comparative Perspectives: Australia, Ireland, India, Namibia, Nigeria, United States of America and Zimbabwe (5 June.

ex officio member. Term: 5 years. Powers and functions: Admissions, prepare and maintain roll, discipline, ‘safeguard the rights, privileges and interests of advocates’; promote law reform. Admission: Advocates require LLB degree and fee – certificate of enrolment / the Bar Council India; opposition to power of a Legal Services Board to censure the bar councils (undermine faith in legal profession); powers of ombudsman questioned; need greater clarity on pro bono work; Consumer Protection legislation should/


7 Foreign Outsourcing of Goods and Services 1 A Model of Outsourcing 2 The Gains from Outsourcing 3 Outsourcing in Services 4 Conclusions.

Taylor Changing the Costs of Trade Change in Home Labor Demand and Relative Wage  The Home demand curve will shift right, shown in Figure 7.5 (a)  Remember /groups (unskilled labor) with the gains enjoyed by others (skilled labor and consumers) In the previous chapters, the Ricardian and Heckscher-Ohlin models generate more gains than/an Indian high tech firm, manages Microsoft’s computers in the nighttime hours in Seattle, which is daytime in India This is called “infrastructure outsourcing” and the remote/


Citizen consumer and civic Action Group (CAG) 9/5, II Street, Padmanabha Nagar, Adyar, Chennai – 600 020 LAW AND CONSUMER IN INDIA.

, Padmanabha Nagar, Adyar, Chennai – 600 020 LAW AND CONSUMER IN INDIA INTRODUCTION Consumer Protection System Policies, laws, institutions and structures that form the framework for a consumer protection system UN Guidelines Consumer Protection Agencies/Organizations Consumer Protection Laws Consumer Redress Consumer Laws - Indian Scenario Many legislations enacted even during 1940’s and 50’s in order to protect the interests of consumers The Sale of Goods Act, 1930 Drugs and Cosmetics/


Module :-3. Contract of sales (Section 4) A contract of sale of goods is a contract whereby the seller transfers or agrees to transfer the property in.

consume protection in April 1985 In India 1986 was the enactment of consumer protection act Aimed at providing simple, quick, and cheaper protection of consumers interest The law relating to consumer protection is contained in the consumer protection Act, 1986.The Act applies to all goods and services.The central government may however by notification published in the official Gazette Consumer Protection Act, 1986 Consumer protection means safeguarding the interest and rights of consumers. In/


Company LOGO LOVRAJ KUMAR MEMORIAL LECTURE ON “Re-visiting India’s Oil Policy” For Society for Promotion of Wastelands Development, NEW DELHI 29 th September.

to these strange and misleading figures we have to trace the pricing system which was followed in India right from the beginning. –Oil Industry in the fifties started with the IPP pricing regime, when most of the oil products were imported/objectives of a price mechanism such as an orderly growth of the oil industry, continuous availability of products to consumers at fairly stable prices, insulation of marketing companies, refineries and crude- producers from international price fluctuations. 22 Dismantling/


Innovations in Developing Markets Key Note Presentation By NK Goyal, President CMAI Chairman Emeritus, TEMA Vice Chairman ITU APT Chairman, ITPS Dubai.

across size and technology domains. Triggering in the mindset & value systems to recognize respect and reward performances which create wealth from S&T derived knowledge Indian Innovation Initiatives in Governance Right to Information and Right to Education Mid Day Meal NREGA Sarv/demand for electronics hardware in the Country is projected to increase from USD 45 Bn. in 2009 to USD 400 Bn. by 2020 It will help big way to promote innovations, if Consumer show like CES is organized in India to cater to /


WORLD ELECTRONICS FORIUM Indian Opportunities in ICT Presentation By N K GOYAL President, CMAI Association of India, CMAI Chairman Emeritus, TEMA Director,

in the Country. The total production of Consumer Electronics is estimated $5625 million during 2007-08 registering a growth of 12.5% www.cmai.asia Opportunities in Indian ICT Sector 63.5 million telecom subscribers in rural India 2nd largest and fastest growing wireless market in/ by the Electronic Frontier Foundation (EFF), the performance rights organization has filed suit against AT&T, claiming that every time a musical ring tone goes off in public, the song constitutes a performance and, therefore,/


Dr. Rahul Tongia Advisor, India Smart Grid Forum Fellow, Brooking Institution Adj. Professor, Carnegie Mellon Tech. Advisor, India Smart Grid Task Force.

Smart Grids Cost of supply is only increasing Ancillary Services (non-kWh markets/contracts) are lacking in India Availability of supply is limited –Load shedding is expensive to consumers Peak demand is growing faster than baseload 11 Indian Examples of Functionalities Loss reduction – Requires precise/living room; you will do it yourself.“ Smart Grid – What data sits where, why, for how long, and who has rights to it? 58 Smart Meter Privacy At the very least, a thief can know if you’re home – Is that a /


During the 19th Century there were attempts to follow the example of the West in religion and in social and political reform. Educated India became growingly.

consumer products. Deregulation and decentralization of the economy continue. Growth falls slightly to 6 percent in 2000 because of an erratic monsoon, a global slowdown, and inefficient industrial capacity. Prime Minister Vajpayee announces an ambitious goal of 9 percent annual growth. ECONOMIC ENVIRONMENTAL 1939-1946: Environmental protection is scarce, limited primarily to forests. The Forest Act and Forest Privilege Codes grant India the right/


Power September 2006 www.imacs.in. POWER www.imacs.in Market Overview Government regulations & policy Business opportunities and Advantage India Contents.

up captive power plants including group captive power plants Open access in transmission; creation of an all-India market Private investment in transmission through licensing by Regulatory Commission. This is in addition to fuel freedom for building dedicated transmission lines Open access in distribution to be introduces in phased with consumers above 1 MW getting the right to open access latest by January, 2009 Enabling provisions for more/


Penny Goldberg Princeton University, NBER and BREAD Intellectual Property Rights Protection in Developing Countries: The Case of Pharmaceuticals. Marshall.

Rights Protection in Developing Countries: The Case of Pharmaceuticals. Marshall Lecture European Economic Association Congress, Barcelona August 27, 2009 Background and Motivation IPR protection has emerged as a principal issue in domestic competition policy. In the international context: TRIPS & WTO (1995). Member countries had to recognize and enforce product patents in/65% of the sales of the entire anti-bacterial market in India in 2000. Consumer welfare loss not that large as long as some domestic /


An ISO 9001:2008 Certified Organization IBO-03 INDIA’S FOREIGN TRADE BLOCK-I FOREIGN TRADE: AN OVERVIEW.

countervailing duties.Countervailing duties are levied in order to link the import tax burden with India’s internal excise duties. Usually, consumer goods, and components and parts that can be made in India bear higher import duties. © /in IT sector has been reduced and rationalized. © Copyright PCTI Group 2009 | | WTO Regime and India’s Policy Making Quantitative Restrictions (QRs) Trade Related Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) Patents Lay-out designs of Integrated circuits Copyright and related rights/


The global voice for consumers La voix des Consommateurs à travers le monde La voz global para la defensa de los consumidores.

effective. However these bilateral agreements are not good for consumers. They are favourable for developed countries and unfavourable for underdeveloped countries. – Yes, INDIA has had a continuous appearance in the US 301 Watch list. – Not much awareness of IP alternatives such as open source and Creative Commons licensing although it is talked about Other communications rights in [INDIA] – Only mails involving national security are monitored and/


MODULE :-3 NEGOTIABLE INSTRUMENT ACT 1881. M EANING Negotiable means “ transferable by delivery Instrument means “ written document by which a right is.

In India 1986 was the enactment of consumer protection act Aimed at providing simple, quick, and cheaper protection of consumers interest The law relating to consumer protection is contained in the consumer protection Act, 1986.The Act applies to all goods and services.The central government may however by notification published in the official Gazette C ONSUMER P ROTECTION A CT, 1986 Consumer protection means safeguarding the interest and rights/


©2005 Mary O’Hara-Devereaux all rights reserved TM www.global-foresight.org Eight Global Trends Shaping Your Future Human Resources Planning Society February.

, Aug 22-29, 2005. China and India Are Racing Ahead of the US in Numbers of Young Professionals* Millions = India = China= US Millions Thousands Finance and AccountingEngineeringLife Sciences All rights reserved. www.global-foresight.org©2005 Mary / centric  Your consumers need to be engaged in a creative process  Globalization means engaging in true cultural learning not just tinkering at the edges  Consumer trends will be driven from multiple geographies-complexity All rights reserved. www.global/


Flowers, Diamonds, and Gold: The destructive public health, human rights and environmental consequences of symbols of love Martin Donohoe.

further to collect water Dowry-associated violence, esp. in India Dowry-associated violence, esp. in India Utilization of child labor Utilization of child labor Gold Mining: Human Rights Abuses Grassberg mine (world’s largest, owned by/color, clarity, and conflict cut, color, clarity, and conflict Query jewelers, consumer education, boycotts, protests, shareholder activism Query jewelers, consumer education, boycotts, protests, shareholder activism Diamond industry prefers self-regulation Diamond industry /


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