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26 February 2021 Josep Borrell, a man without much Influence
He is the head of the European diplomacy. And he is very little known to the general public. What ...

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26 February 2021 The Main Impacts of Population Aging
It has been established that the population is aging in Europe but also in China and Brazil. But ...

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29 January 2021 Deforestation is still and more than ever a Major Concern
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26 February 2021 EU’s China dilemma is a sign of things to come
The shift from a one-world economy to a two-world system will force States to make hard choices. Europe is the testing

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26 February 2021 How India is weakening its case on terrorism
Trivialising India’s posture on terrorism in the international community can undo years of steady gains, for the short-term and myopic benefits of ...

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26 February 2021 Commission on Air Quality Management — A general without foot soldiers
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  • INDIA'S MAIN EXPORT PARTNERS

    (Re.Trading Economics.Fig.2018)

    1. The USA : 15% of the Total Exports
    2. The United Arab Emirates: 11%
    3. Hong-Kong: 5%
    4. China: 4%

  • India's Exports

    Datas 2016: Trading Economics

    Exports from India: $ 22.8 billion
    Petroleum is accounting for 20% of total exports
    Chemical & Pharmaceutical for 19%
    Gems & Jewellery for 14%
    Agricultural & allied products for 10%
    Textiles & Clothing for 10%

  • INDIA'S MAJOR MINERAL RESOURCES

    - Coal : 4th largest reserves in the world.
    - Mica, Bauxite : 5th largest reserves in the world.
    - Iron ore, Manganese ore : 7th largest reserves in the world.

    And Rare Earth Elements, Natural Gas, Diamonds etc...

    But India's Oil reserves only meet 30% of the country's needs.

  • INDIA'S MILITARY SPENDING

    India: US$ 66.5 Billion

    USA: US$ 649 Billion
    China: US$ 250 Billion
    France: US$ 63.8 Billion

  • Indicators : GDP

    (Re. Trading Economics Fig.2018)

    India's GDP
    US$ 2726.32 Billion

    GDP per Capita
    US$ 2104.20

    India represents 4.40% of the World Economy

  • India's busiest Airports

    (Fig.Mania and Listnbest)
    1. Indira Gandhi International Airport: 36.88 million passengers
    2. Mumbai International Airport : 31.74 million passengers
    3. Chennai International Airport: 13.32 million passengers
    4. Bangalore International Airport: 12.84 million passengers
    5. Kolkata International Airport: 10.85 million passengers

  • India's Most Populous Cities


    Mumbai : 13,9 Million
    Delhi : 12,6 Million
    Bangalore : 8,5 Million
    Hyderabad : 6,9 Million
    Kolkata : 5,3 Million.

  • India's Greatest Fortunes

    Ranking Top Five 2018 (Forbes)

    1.Mukesh Ambani - $38 Billion - Petrochemicals, Oil and Gas
    2.Azim Premji - $19 Billion - Software Services
    3.Hinduja Family - $18.4 Billion - Diversified
    4.Lakshmi Mittal - $16.5 Billion - Steel
    5.Pallonji Mistry - $16 Billion - Construction

  • Territorial and Administrative Organization


    29 States
    7 Union Territories
    640 Districts
    17 major languages
    844 dialects.

  • Production

    India's economy is worth almost US$ 2 Trillion, has the second-largest labour force in the world, labour force by occupation:
    Agriculture 52%
    Industry 14%
    Services 34%

Mission

The first effect of the extraordinary development of the Indian economy has been to allow tens of millions of people to escape poverty. The Foundation's primary mission is to strengthen all initiatives to achieve a balanced free trade of goods and services in compliance with international commitments made by India, the European Union and all other European countries, including Switzerland. With this goal in mind, the Foundation ...

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