Ppt on indian textile industries in uganda

The Agricultural World

deterioration follows Shifting Cultivation - Uganda This “slash-and’burn” plot is in the Ruwenzoris (Mountains of the/ and other fiber crops were required by Western textile factories from plantation areas Profits from plantations were /in cooperative marketing arrangements Many depend on seasonal farm laborers Appear in most industrialized countries and are often near major urban centers In the United States—lie in/bearing larger, more abundant crops For example—wild Indian maize grew on a cob only 0.75/


The Agricultural World The Human Matrix Chapter 3.

deterioration follows Shifting Cultivation - Uganda This “slash-and’burn” plot is in the Ruwenzoris (Mountains of the/ and other fiber crops were required by Western textile factories from plantation areas Profits from plantations were /in cooperative marketing arrangements Many depend on seasonal farm laborers Appear in most industrialized countries and are often near major urban centers In the United States—lie in/bearing larger, more abundant crops For example—wild Indian maize grew on a cob only 0.75/


Praveen Kumar Dangi B.Com(H), CAIIB, AICWA, MBA (B&F) Senior Manager / Faculty - IMAGE.

in any foreign currency DD, TC, LC, B/E expressed or drawn in Indian currency but payable in any foreign currency DD, TC, LC, B/E expressed or drawn by banks, institutions or persons outside India payable in Indian currency  Protecting from the future uncertainty  Why textile industry is in/governed Ability of the political system to respond to the demand Events in domestic and International environment Examples – past – Nigeria, Uganda and other African countries - expropriation - Recent past – Nepal, /


The Agricultural World The Human Matrix Chapter 3.

deterioration follows Shifting Cultivation - Uganda This “slash-and’burn” plot is in the Ruwenzoris (Mountains of the/ and other fiber crops were required by Western textile factories from plantation areas Profits from plantations were /in cooperative marketing arrangements Many depend on seasonal farm laborers Appear in most industrialized countries and are often near major urban centers In the United States—lie in/bearing larger, more abundant crops For example—wild Indian maize grew on a cob only 0.75/


LIBERALISATION, FDI FLOWS AND DEVELOPMENT. Evolution of Government policy towards FDI 1948-late 60s Import substitution (with local products) prevalent;

investments was an issue. Colonial times Indian businessmen invested in raw materials processing facilities Mainly in parts of the British empire like East Africa, Burma and Ceylon (with which trade existed) Mostly however, the investors settled in the host countries Post 1950 Birla established a textile mill in Ethiopia in the mid-1950s (first industrial investment) 1960s - industrial ventures were started in Kenya, Malaysia, Nigeria, Uganda, Ceylon and Thailand. Birlas held/


IOL Chemicals and Pharmaceuticals Limited

,Avon Organics Ltd As in Polyester Staple Fiber industries In making Purified telepthalic acid (PTA) Reliance , Indian Oil , Mitsubishi Chemical Corporation As Acidulant & Preservative Eg: Vinegar, Jams, Pickles, Ketchups etc Cremica , Nestle ,Bonn industries ltd, As a Chemical/ SRI KRISHNA PHARMACEUTICALS LTD. YU YU INDUSTRIAL CO LTD , KOREA ZEST PHARMA EVA PHARMA FOR PHARMACEUTICALS ,EGYPT WINGS PHARMACEUTICALS PVT LTD KAMPALA PHARMACEUTICALS LTD,UGANDA ARISTO PHARMACEUTICALS LIMITED AVALON NUTRIMART CO. /


1 Overview of Africa’s Development and Opportunities for Foreign Direct Investment Mwangi S. Kimenyi Senior Fellow and Director Africa Growth Initiative.

Guinea $1.0 to $1.9 billionTunisia, Uganda, Tanzania, Algeria, Liberia, Mauritania, Zambia /textiles, small- and medium-sized enterprises, social services (health, education) etc. Indian FDI in Africa has traditionally been concentrated in Mauritius. »Why? Mauritius has offshore financial facilities and favorable tax conditions. 60 India Indian FDI in Africa has also invested in Côte d’Ivoire, Senegal, Sudan, etc. In 2010, the Indian/textile, food, steel and furniture industries will visit Istanbul, Turkey in/


Chapters 22 and 33.  Edo  Goa  Luzon  Macao and Canton  Manchu  Mercantilism  Factories (Portuguese)

(Edo Period)  Goa  Indian trading city  Set up by Portuguese  Macao and Canton (China)  Only 2 ports in Ming Europeans could trade  Vasco /Conqueror of the British Empire in Africa in General and Uganda in particular and the most /(except for Mindanao) ▪ Spanish  India  Gems  Salt  Cinnamon  Cotton textiles  Pepper  E and D not really interested  P and S (Catholics) / 1. Soil depletion (poor farming)  2. Deforestation  3. Industrial pollution  Muslim Brotherhood (1928) By whom?  Want: ▪ 1/


GLOBAL PROJECTS & SERVICES (P) LTD.. Small & Medium Enterprises (SMEs) International Conference & Exhibition Dubai, United Arab Emirates 31st January.

Dozen Annually Hosiery Knitwear15000 Dozen Annually Readymade garments180000 Pcs Annually Assorted  TEXTILES GLOBAL PROJECTS & SERVICES (P) LTD. Assembly of Electric Table &/Indian investments in Mauritius. Promoting collaborations and joint ventures in India and abroad with particular focus on Germany, UK, France, Japan, Taiwan, Korea, etc. GLOBAL PROJECTS & SERVICES (P) LTD. GLOBAL PROJECTS & SERVICES (P) LTD. (Contd.) Global Projects & Services (P) Ltd. undertakes supply of industrial projects in/


INDIA VIS-À-VIS GLOBAL REALITIES : BRAND INDIA

like Uganda, Tunisia, Senegal, Romania, Ukraine, Sri Lanka etc. have scored higher ranks than India. It’s a great surprise that in this /macro-economic variables, which have put India in such an enviable global position have been: Broad Contours of Indian Economy Economic Growth Sustained economic performance Average / in Automobile and Auto component Industry Impressive performance of Textiles and Garments and their vast potential for future 13. Impressive strides in Biotechnology and Pharma Industry /


Food Security, Resource Scarcity and Climate Change Knowledge Partnership Programme.

security Seed export to Africa Resource scarcity Green construction technology Resource efficiency in industrial supply chains Renewables for energy access Food, energy, water nexus AMIS Meeting G 20 commitments on transparent/ in textile sector Renewable energy and entrepreneur ship development Food, water energy nexus in India and implication s on other developing countries RESOURCE SCARCITY ETHIOPI A KENY A TANZANIA RWANDA MALAWI MOZAMBIQUE Indian Ocean Indian Ocean South Atlantic Ocean UGANDA/


Craft Sector and Exclusion: Posers for Learning, Innovation and Sustainability Keshab Das Gujarat Institute of Development Research, Ahmedabad

Industries in Gross Bank Credit, 1995-2013 Official Statistics on Artisan/In April 2013, in the Lok Sabha the then minister of state for textiles replied that "The census of handicrafts artisans is now in/in rural and urban areas) and handicrafts in several Indian states have underscored the adverse implications of serious lapses in learning, innovation and competence building in India’s MSMEs. The absence of institutional innovation in/, Nigeria, Ghana and Uganda) has been the efforts/


Bank of Baroda A Story of Commitment, Consistency & Credibility Financial Results: Q3 & Apr-Dec, 2011-12 (FY12) Dr Rupa Rege Nitsure Chief Economist January.

& recognised Brand in Indian banking industry Domestic Branch Network Domestic Branch Network Regional Break-up of Domestic Branches as on 31 st Dec, 2011 MetroUrbanSemi- Urban Rural 8096899571,236 Bank has added 983 branches in its Indian operations during Dec’/them belonged to the SME segment. Industry-wise break-up shows that the Bank’s restructured accounts are well spread over different sectors, the major ones being infrastructure, iron & steel, cotton textiles, engineering, real estate, etc. The/


Decolonization and Globalization. Path to Independence World wars had weakened Europe and sense of their superiority United Nations provided platform.

strengthened ability of Indians to unite and communicate Indian National Congress (INC) – Formed in 1885 to demand more rights from the British Membership comprised of high- caste, English- educated Indian men – Businessmen/Aborigines received equal voting rights in 1967 Growth in Asia Pacific Rim: Japan, Korea, Taiwan, Singapore, Malaysia, Thailand Growing populations and rapid industrialization supported by government planning Exports included electronics, automobiles, textiles – Hyundai, Samsung, Toyota,/


Imperialism and Nation-State Formation

in Algeria Economic Imperialism In other parts of the world, industrialized states practiced economic imperialism British and French expanding their influence in China through the Opium War The British and the United States investing heavily in Latin America Imperialism in Africa and Asia European domination European conflicts carried to the colonies Christian missionary efforts Spheres of influence in China Suez Canal East India Company’s domination of Indian/


Hippolyte Fofack The World Bank AGOA CIVIL SOCIETY NETWORK FOURTH US-AFRICA TRADE AND ECONOMIC COOPERATION FORUM AGOA AND PERSPECTIVES FOR SUB-SAHARAN.

in nonenergy-related products (textiles and apparel):  South Africa  Mauritius  Kenya  Botswana  Tanzania  The common denominator of these countries is the strength of their manufacturing industry/Angola Burundi* Rwanda* Egypt DR Congo Djibouti Ethiopia Eritrea Sudan Kenya* Uganda* Somalia Tanzania* EAC South Africa Botswana Lesotho Namibia* Swaziland* Mozambique SACU/successful model of Indian Institute of Technology (IIT), the US and other leading institutions of excellence in science and engineering /


1 Foundations of the Modern World II Autumn 2015 Chapter 25 – Europe and the World, 1870-1914 Bill Myer – Autumn 2015.

colonies (Sahara desert)  The existence of valuable minerals motivated the scramble in some areas (Zimbabwe)  Some colonies were created to please missionaries (Uganda)  Some colonies were created for strategic reasons (Egypt)  Europeans /in Kenya put aside their traditional agriculture to grow coffee, tea and sugar  Availability of cheap British textiles ended Indian weaving 48 European Domination – Results Bill Myer – Autumn 2015 Capital flowed out of Europe into investments in non-industrialized/


Andrew Leung Andrew Leung International Consultants Ltd A New China-Africa Financial, Investment and Business Partnership A presentation at the International.

+ metals; agricultural raw materials 7%) Chinas imports : textiles and footwear 36%; machinery and equipment 33%; manufactured materials /each zone < 3 key industries MOFCOM to provide up to /to generate 60,000 local jobs Indian Ocean Trading Hub – Mauritius, Member/in Rwanda, Uganda, Madagascar and Libya (e.g. fish ponds and paddy fields with other aid donors) In Zambia, 15 -23 state-owned and private Chinese farms by 2009. In DRC, ZTE obtained oil palm concession of 100,000 hectares in August 2007. In Uganda/


Mapping Climate Mitigation Technologies within the Residential and Commercial Buildings Sector Mitali Das Gupta TERI Climate Change Mitigation Technologies.

The companies mainly operating in this segment in India are GE, Phillips.  Solar air heaters are being used for drying of yarn, processed and finished cloth in the commercial buildings of the textile industry of many developing countries / A number of others are currently introducing the mechanisms: Kenya, Uganda and the United Arab EmiratesKenya, Uganda and the United Arab Emirates  The most commonly applied measures in these countries: Voluntary and mandatory labeling,Voluntary and mandatory labeling, /


Mickayla Bradley Ms. White 2 nd period 02-14-12.  Languages  Swahili and English for communication purposes.  Clothing  There is not one type of clothing.

elected by popular vote to a five-year term This is Kenya’s Flag.  Major industry(s)  small-scale consumer goods (plastic, furniture, batteries, textiles, clothing, soap, cigarettes, flour), agricultural products, horticulture, oil refining; aluminum, steel, / plateau in west. Highest point- Mount Kenya, lowest point- Indian ocean.  Climate  varies from tropical along coast to arid in interior  National boundaries  on the eastern side of Africa bordering Somalia, Ethiopia, South Sudan, Uganda and /


The South African Institute of International Affairs “South Africa’s window on the world” Prospects for the SACU – US FTA Peter Draper Development through.

in case Doha Round fails  Continue liberalisation process? The South African Institute of International Affairs “South Africa’s window on the world” B. Negotiating Issues  Tariffs: industrial goods  SACU enjoys 95% duty free access into US market  Negotiators logic: no incentive to liberalise  Clothing and textiles/Mano River Union IGAD Mozambique IOC Tanzania 1 * Kenya * Uganda * EAC Ethiopia Eritrea Sudan Somalia South Africa Botswana Lesotho Namibia/ for Development IOC:Indian Ocean Commission RIFF:/


CGAP Microfinance Photography Exhibition For the past two years, The Consultative Group to Assist the Poor (CGAP) has invited photographers to share their.

in the vibrant colours and movement in this marketplace. Rolando Villanueva, Angola KixiCrédito The Transaction. Kampala, Uganda. Nakasero Market, located in the heart of Kampalas commercial district, is one of Ugandas famous farmers markets, where goods are sold in/-effective for them to make payments. Jean-Bast ien Lagrange, France Indian lassi Vendor. Varanasi, India. Microfinance often helps small, informal businesses,/Industry. Andhra Pradesh, India. Many women turn to textiles to support their families.


African Electronic Atlas

Uganda, and Kenya. It is located in the central eastern part of Africa. It is exactly 209 miles long and 160 miles wide. The pollution in Lake Victoria is caused by raw sewage, industrial/textiles, metal products, and chemicals. They import machinery, equipment, foods, chemicals, wood products, and fuels. It is located in northern Africa next to the Mediterranean Sea. Their climate is very dry in/and some Roman Catholic. It is located in Eastern Africa near the Indian Ocean. They have so many different /


Up until the late 1800s, there were just a few European colonies on the African coastline. No Europeans had really explored the interior of what they.

Colonies in Africa Why would the British have the largest empire? Industrial demands, need for navy 1869, Suez Canal influenced Britain’s interest in Egypt Canal linked Mediterranean with Red Sea, shortened trip from Europe to Indian Ocean;/ textile mills – Entente Cordiale (1904) Great Britain controlled Sudan France controlled Morocco Cape-to-Cairo Railroad – Idea of Cecil Rhodes – Would secure Great Britain’s dominance in Africa – Never completed – sections missing through modern Sudan and Uganda Cape/


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CMP – Rs. 989 (25-Oct-2010) No. of Shares Outstanding ( Sep. 2010) – 364.27 Mn MCap – Rs. 36022 Crore Free Float- Rs.18011 Crore Avg. Daily Volume – 108919.

% BOB (New Zealand) Ltd.New Zealand100% BOB (Kenya) Ltd.Kenya86.70% BOB (Uganda) Ltd.Uganda80% A SSOCIATES Name Country of Incorporation Parent’s Ownership Interest Baroda Pioneer Asset / of Rs. 21631.3 mn.  Majority of restructured advances are from industries like cotton textile, engineering goods, iron & steel, food processing, infrastructure, etc. /overseas investment requires more provision compared to Indian investment. INVESTMENTS BOBCARDS L TD.(100% SUBSIDIARY ) In 2007-08, BOBCards Ltd. has written/


Presentation of the SA Tourism 2014/15 Annual Report to the Portfolio Committee on Tourism 16 October 2015.

East 52,604 arrivals 0.1% up from 2013 Indian Ocean Islands 22,094 arrivals 9.6% up from/ Kenya & Tanzania Mozambique UK INVESTMENT MARKETS Botswana DRC Ghana Lesotho Uganda Zimbabwe CanadaSouth Korea Russia TACTICAL MARKETS Namibia UAE Zambia SingaporeSwitzerland WATCH-/in Gauteng Western Cape  Key Industries: Finance, printing and publishing, real estate, ICT, oil and gas, retail, engineering, R&D 4, clothing and textile, agriculture, ship building / ports, tourism and medical 1 4 Gauteng  Key Industries/


SA Tourism 2014/15 Annual Report Presentation Select Committee on Trade and International Relations 27 January 2016.

East 52,604 arrivals 0.1% up from 2013 Indian Ocean Islands 22,094 arrivals 9.6% up from/ Kenya & Tanzania Mozambique UK INVESTMENT MARKETS Botswana DRC Ghana Lesotho Uganda Zimbabwe CanadaSouth Korea Russia TACTICAL MARKETS Namibia UAE Zambia SingaporeSwitzerland WATCH-/in Gauteng Western Cape  Key Industries: Finance, printing and publishing, real estate, ICT, oil and gas, retail, engineering, R&D 4, clothing and textile, agriculture, ship building / ports, tourism and medical 1 4 Gauteng  Key Industries/


State-building, Expansion, and Conflict. Includes: Political structures and forms of governance Techniques of running an empire Empires Nations and nationalism.

in Egypt Contraction of the Ottoman Empire Independent states in the Balkans State-Sponsored Industrialization Meiji Japan – economic reforms (successful) Development of factories and railroads in tsarist Russia China’s self-strengthening movement Muhammad Ali’s development of a cotton textile industry in Egypt Governments mitigated negative effects of industrial/ Revolutions Maroon societies – slave resistance Indian revolt of 1857 vs. British (/Military dictatorships Chile, Spain, Uganda Us promotion of a /


Forms of Imperial Control Forms of Imperialism Direct military intervention total control of the country Protectorate - own govt. but “guided” by mother.

most territory. – France takes most of the Sahel. British Colonies in Africa Why would the British have the largest empire? Industrial demands, need for navy British imperialism Cartoon Pro-England or Anti-England? 1869, Suez Canal influenced Britain’s interest in Egypt Canal linked Mediterranean with Red Sea, shortened trip from Europe to Indian Ocean; no need to sail around southern tip of Africa/


Instructions for using this template. Remember this is Jeopardy, so where I have written “Answer” this is the prompt the students will see, and where.

US, Britain, France Japan won these in the Sino-Japanese War. Taiwan, Pescadores Islands, increased trade rights, area of Manchuria; admistration of Korea British relationship with the Indian people British viewed themselves as superior./industries Textiles (cotton and silk), steel, ships, telephones, railroads Name any British colony in Africa Egypt, Sudan, South Africa, Zimbabwe, Zambia, Uganda, Kenya, etc. Name any British colony in Asia. Malay, Hong Kong, Singapore, India, Burma Name any French colony in/


Forms of Imperial Control Forms of Imperialism Direct military intervention total control of the country Protectorate - own govt. but “guided” by mother.

most territory. – France takes most of the Sahel. British Colonies in Africa Why would the British have the largest empire? Industrial demands, need for navy British imperialism Cartoon Pro-England or Anti-England? 1869, Suez Canal influenced Britain’s interest in Egypt Canal linked Mediterranean with Red Sea, shortened trip from Europe to Indian Ocean; no need to sail around southern tip of Africa/


The Scramble for Africa

life and a different religion were “backward” Mission to spread Christianity and Industrialism everywhere. Why Colonies in Africa? “Social Darwinism” Promoted the idea of the white European race /textile mills Entente Cordiale (1904) Great Britain controlled Sudan France controlled Morocco Cape-to-Cairo Railroad Idea of Cecil Rhodes Would secure Great Britain’s dominance in Africa Never completed – sections missing through modern Sudan and Uganda Cape-to-Cairo Railway: Crossing over Victoria Falls FRENCH IN/


The Scramble for Africa. GEOGRAPHY OF AFRICA Continent – not a country Continent is three times larger than Europe Northern Africa – desert Mid-to-southern.

and a different religion were “backward” Mission to spread Christianity and Industrialism everywhere. Why Colonies in Africa? “Social Darwinism” Promoted the idea of the white European /textile mills – Entente Cordiale (1904) Great Britain controlled Sudan France controlled Morocco Cape-to-Cairo Railroad – Idea of Cecil Rhodes – Would secure Great Britain’s dominance in Africa – Never completed – sections missing through modern Sudan and Uganda Cape-to-Cairo Railway: Crossing over Victoria Falls FRENCH IN/


Water for the future – a place for public private partnerships Herbert Oberhänsli Economics & International Relations Nestlé SA DANIDA Copenhagen 2 May.

in www/the-world-around-water.net Other consumer goods with embedded water from agricultural production: textiles/in 1972, and 15 years later in 1987 Rio Grande (USA/Mexico), in 2001 for the first time failed to reach the Gulf of Mexico (Economist, 2001) Nestlé SA DANIDA Copenhagen 2 May 2011 Ob/tv # 4 … and invisible Indian/in river basins Governments/local authorities/river basin authorities to take the lead Farmers Citizens/consumers Industry/ Burma Laos Philippines Brazil Uganda Nestlé SA Harvard Boston/


HISTORY OF THE AFRICAN CONTINENT. THE “DARK” CONTINENT “Dark Continent” – racist terminology referred to both the peoples of Africa and their alleged.

Congo River valley), and southeast Africa (Zimbabwe). Raw materials were needed for European industries and factories – these resources also drew imperialists to set up colonies. The Slave/textile mills – Entente Cordiale (1904) Great Britain controlled Sudan France controlled Morocco Cape-to-Cairo Railroad – Idea of Cecil Rhodes – Would secure Great Britain’s dominance in Africa – Never completed – sections missing through modern Sudan and Uganda Cape-to-Cairo Railway: Crossing over Victoria Falls FRENCH IN/


The Age of Imperialism: Africa. THE “DARK” CONTINENT “Dark Continent” – racist terminology referred to both the peoples of Africa and their alleged ignorance.

textile mills – Entente Cordiale (1904) Great Britain controlled Sudan France controlled Morocco Cape-to-Cairo Railroad – Idea of Cecil Rhodes – Would secure Great Britain’s dominance in Africa – Never completed – sections missing through modern Sudan and Uganda Cape-to-Cairo Railway: Crossing over Victoria Falls FRENCH IN/, and Tanzania) ITALIANS IN AFRICA 1882-1896 – Eritrea (along the Red Sea) – Somaliland (along the Indian Ocean, part of today’s Somalia) 1896 – Defeated in attempt to conquer Abyssinia /


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