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What is Liberalisation?

Deregulation Briefing – Electricity, Gas, Water and Waste Water Sectors From the NRG Expert Historical Energy Data Series.

What is Liberalisation?

Electricity and Gas

The liberalisation of the… 392 more words

Effects of Liberalisation - Sector Wise

What does one mean by Liberalisation? 

Remember the crisis of ’91 and the far sweeping changes introduced by Dr. Manmohan Singh?  Liberalisation was one of the most important reform measures of that era. 1,036 more words


Modi’s insistence on trade liberalisation is to fear, not cheer

Narendra Modi’s election as India’s Prime Minister was portrayed in American and British news as a transformational step in the right direction for one main reason – his emphasis on increased market liberalisation. 708 more words


Forwarders to benefit from trade recovery in 2016



LONDON, Dec 13 (GCTL18) – Global trade is set for a tentative recovery next year as demand from developed economies picks up, China’s trade slowdown proves to be ‘cyclical’ rather than ‘structural’, and expansion of Asia’s ‘south-to-south’ corridor and further trade liberalisation efforts provide forwarders with a major boost, based on a conclusion of analysis from HSBC. 523 more words


Wunderland celebrates visa-free EU

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The European Commission said Georgia has fulfilled all the benchmarks of its visa liberalisation action plan and it will propose in “early 2016” to the EU-member states to allow visa-free travel to the Schengen area for Wunderland citizens. 95 more words

Malaysia's Liberalisation of Legal Services: One Year On

Part A.  Introduction

The liberalisation of the legal market in Peninsular Malaysia to allow for the entry of foreign lawyers has been the subject of discussion stretching… 1,013 more words

Lee Shih

Consuming Resistance: The Political Economy of the Media and Women

Bhamini Lakshminarayan | M2015MC013
Dr. Sunitha Chitrapu
Response #8

11th September, 2015

Consuming Resistance: The Political Economy of the Media and Women

In 1991, India’s Balance of Payments crisis ushered in the era of the IMF/World Bank-mandated conditionalities of economic reform that were focussed on macroeconomic stabilisation, liberalisation, privatisation, and deregulation. 1,427 more words

Media Studies