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University : Pondicherry University
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Degree : P.G.Diploma
Subject : Foreign Trade

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Foreign Trade Syllabus :

PGDFT 001 : India’S Foreign Trade And Policy
Unit – I :
International Trade – Need and importance of international trade – Recent trends in world trade – leading players in the world – Major items traded.

Related : Ph.D International Business Syllabus Pondicherry University :

Unit – II :
India’s Foreign Trade – Commodity composition and destination – India’s position in the world merchandise trade and services- Balance of Payments of India.

Unit – III :
India’s Foreign Trade Policy – New initiatives – Export promotion – Import Policy and control – Foreign investment policy – policy framework for FDI in India.

Unit – IV :
India’s Trade relationship with major Trade Blocs in the world – India’s Trade agreements with various blocs.
Unit – V :
Role of Government in India’s Foreign Trade – EOU – EPZ – SEZ in India.

References Books :
1. Francis Cherrunilam, International Trade and Export Management, Himalya Publications, 2009.
2. Bhagvati J (ed), International Trade , Penguin Books , 2007.

3. India’s Trade statistics, published by CMIE and DGCIS.
4. RBI Annual Reports,
5. Annual Reports of Ministry of Commerce.

PGDFT 002 : Legal Environment For Foreign Trade
Unit – I :
Introduction to Legal Environment – National and International law – Legal frame work for foreign trade in India -Code and common laws and their implications to business.

Unit – II :
Regulatory Frame work of WTO : Principles of WTO – Functions of WTO – Dispute settlement mechanism – GATS – TRIPS – TRIMS.

Unit – III :
Indian Laws and Regulations Governing International Transactions : FEMA; Taxation of foreign income; Foreign Investments; Setting up offices and branches abroad; International Licensing; Franchising; Join Ventures – Restrictions on trade in endangered species and other commodities.

Unit – IV :
Intellectual Property Rights (IPR) – International protection for IPR- Patents and trade marks; Technology transfer, Telecommunications

Unit – V :
Environment protection and business obligations – Environmental legislation in India – environmental issues – Social issues – Business transaction and Cyber law.

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