Floriculture

  • Information Systems

    and multiple deliveries each week. With these developments AFA Value Chain has become under increasing pressure. It is necessary to begin a strategic repositioning of AFA using E-Networking to improve the Value Chain and to remain strong in the floriculture industry. In this report I will…………………. Identify and analyse the business and information requirements of the board of AFA and putting forward new Information Technology, Information Systems and Strategy’s which will help them to achieve their

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  • Foreign Direct Investment

    Jute and Onion, removed. To promote export of agro and agro based products, 20 Agri export zones have been notified. In order to promote diversification of agriculture, transport subsidy shall be available for export of fruits, vegetables, floriculture, poultry and dairy products. The details shall be worked out in three months. 3% special DEPB rate for primary & processed foods exported in retail packaging of 1 kg or less. b) Cottage Sector and Handicrafts (i) | An amount of Rs. 5

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  • Personnel Management Research in Agribusiness

    their current undertaking most closely. Studies vary in their empirical coverage, with respect to the scope of farming specializations included, from studies focused on a single specialization (e.g., floriculture) to studies including multiple specializations (e.g., horticulture, including floriculture, fruit and vegetable production), and the scope of personnel management functions analyzed, from single function studies (e.g., compensation; see above) to studies including selected or multiple functions

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  • Mega Food Parks Scheme - Mofpi

    CAGR of about 7.5% during 2009-13 and would touch US$ 330 billion by 2013. • Exports of agricultural products from India are expected to cross around US$ 22 billion mark by 2014 and account for 5% of the world’s agriculture exports, • Exports of floriculture, fresh fruits and vegetables, processed fruits and vegetables, animal products, other processed foods and cereals rose to US$ 7891.8 million in 2008-09 from US$ 7877.07 million in 2007-08, • Food processing sector has grown from 6% a year ago to

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  • Policy Options for Planning Agricultural Education in India

    Diversification of cropping pattern * Pre-Post harvest management * Fruit processing * Marketing skill of horticulture produce * Raising of tray nursery * High density planting * Fruit and vegetable preservation techniques * Floriculture and sericulture * Medicinal and aromatic plants, and their processing and packaging * Grafting Crop sector * Disease and pest control * Soil health testing * Quality control * Organic farming * Knowledge on high

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  • Distribution

    national marketing—is owned and controlled by farmers. The Anand model co-operatives have progressively eliminated middlemen, bringing the producers in direct contact with consumers. Distribution Channel for Flowers The Indian floriculture industry comprises the florist trade, nursery plants, potted plants, bulb and seed production, micro propagation material and extraction of essential oils from flowers. Karnataka, Tamil Nadu, Andhra Pradesh, West Bengal, Maharashtra, Uttarakhand

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  • Kashmir N Demography

    beginning to push youth towards self-employment in such areas as floriculture. Mumtaz Sheikh, 27, a post-graduate from Kashmir University, is happy growing flowers on his farm. 'After realising that a government job or even a private job is hard to find, I started exploring options of self-dependence,' Sheikh told IPS. Nusrat Jahan, 37, a woman who graduated in computer applications, is another entrepreneur who has taken the floriculture route to self-employment. She has no regrets and now employs

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  • Ngo Report on Agricultural Support Fund Fund (Asf) Pakistan

    Function/operational areas of ASF ASF in Pakistan specifically focuses on the following areas: * Horticulture i.e. fruits, vegetables, dry fruits, dates, spices. * Floriculture * Livestock (excluding poultry and fishery) & Dairy The function in the above areas because according to them these area are largely ignored even though they contribute significantly to Pakistan GDP. Horticulture Horticulture is considered to be the science, business and art of growing and marketing fruits

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  • Aakash

    an industry-leading breeder and producer of flower seeds.  Syngenta acquired Chrysanthemum and Aster business from US flowers producer Yoder Brothers Inc. Chrysanthemums is one of the top five selling pot and garden flowers in the global floriculture industry.  Syngenta acquired assets from Bulgarian distributor AgroStar AD, a leading company in import and distribution of crop protection products and vegetable seeds, and plans to set up its own organization in Sofia, Bulgaria. Page

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  • Abc Business in Bd

    unemployed city dwellers. The demands of city agricultural products can be met through urban and semi-urban agricultural practices. These demands in fact led to development of small-scale urban vegetable, floriculture and horticulture gardening, poultry, fisheries and livestock production. Floriculture is an important aspect of Dhaka daily life. Every day there are marriages, birthday parties, meetings etc. where flowers are essential to grace the occasion. Growing markets have also sprung up in different

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  • Calyx Corolla

    1991 Calyx & Corolla had no retail locations, and distributed flowers direct from growers to the retail customers nearly exclusively. They had no apparent link to retail floral shops or supermarket floral shops. However, florists sold 59% of floriculture products and supermarkets sold 18% in 1987 (Wylie and Salmon, 1991), which constitutes 77% of the market. We recommend that Calyx & Corolla move to capture a portion of this large market by making their products available to consumers through

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  • Impacts of Theri Dam

    ventures, like boating, transport, vehicle repair shops, business, hotel industries and several other indirect activities. vi) With a view to encourage the dispossessed families taking to useful vocations, like poultry farming, floriculture, pisci-culture, animal husbandry, handicrafts, khadi work etc. the Government agencies have taken up various self-employment / income generating schemes. b. income Generating Schemes Since it was not possible

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  • Impacts of Theri Dam

    ventures, like boating, transport, vehicle repair shops, business, hotel industries and several other indirect activities. vi) With a view to encourage the dispossessed families taking to useful vocations, like poultry farming, floriculture, pisci-culture, animal husbandry, handicrafts, khadi work etc. the Government agencies have taken up various self-employment / income generating schemes. b. income Generating Schemes Since it was not possible

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  • Social Issues

    2009-2013 Table 8: Land Use Potential AgroEcological Zone LM2, LM3, LM4 Miraa, Coffee, Horticulture Maize, Beans, Floriculture Bananas, Millet, Cowpeas LM3, LM4 Coffee, Tobacco, Cotton, Maize, Beans, Bananas, Millet, Cowpeas and Beef cattle LM2, LM3, LM4, LM5 Miraa, Tea, Coffee, , Maize, Beans, Dolichos, Beef and Dairy cattle Horticulture Floriculture Igembe South Horticulture Floriculture Eco-tourism Wildlife conservation Mutuati Food Production due to Monocropping Tigania West  Little use of manure

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  • Flower Production

    and marigold are among the major flowers that make up Bangladesh’s floral basket for exports. (Kabez, 2012) Flower Cultivation Problems With the increase in demand for flowers and ornamental plants, the floriculture industry has been gaining popularity among the farmers but there are problems related to flower cultivation. The main problem with flower cultivation is infestation of diseases and insects. Flowers get destroyed when they get diseased or attacked

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  • Analyis of Retial Industry in South Africa

    is new product development strong, sustained interest has arisen, amongst consumers and farmers, in organic methods of food production and in organic foods. New and competitive niche products under development include essential oils, packaging, floriculture, medicinal plants, natural remedies and health foods. In the light of a growing global food market the development of packaging technologies offer significant economic opportunities to the manufacturing sector. Categories requiring development

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  • Operations Decisions

    Floriculture as a Sector Flower cultivation has been practiced in India since times immemorial but it is only in the recent years that floriculture has blossomed into a viable business sector. A growing market as a result of improvement in the general level of well being in the country and increased affluence, particularly among the middle class, has led to transformation of the activity of flower growing into a burgeoning industry. Availability of diverse agro-climatic conditions facilitates the

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  • Free Primary Education

    Area of specialization: - Agricultural extension, Agricultural education, Rural sociology and development. f. HORTICULTURE i) Associate Professor Grade XIV AC/68/14 1 Post ii) Senior Lecturer Grade XIII AC/69/14 1 Post Area of specialization:- Floriculture, Olericulture, Pomology, Environmental Horticulture g. RENEWABLE RESOURCES SCIENCES i) Associate Professor Grade XIV AC/70/01/14 1 Post ii) Senior Lecturer Grade XIII AC/71/01/14 1 Post iii) Lecturer Grade XII AC/72/01/14 1 Post Area of specialization:

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  • Status and Prospects of Horticulture in East Sikkim: a Case Study on Vegetable (by Khus Nasib)

    further increased its importance. The emerge of organic farming, protected cultivation, etc has added new paradigm to the development strategy. Through use of polygreen houses, major breakthrough has been achieved in vegetable and flower cultivation. Floriculture has been able to change the entire concept of horticulture, helping it to transform from hobby gardening to economic venture. Infrastructures to support production, post harvest and marketing have been created in adequate measure and in all the

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  • Status and Prospects of Horticulture in East Sikkim: a Case Study on Vegetable(by Khus Nasib)

    further increased its importance. The emerge of organic farming, protected cultivation, etc has added new paradigm to the development strategy. Through use of polygreen houses, major breakthrough has been achieved in vegetable and flower cultivation. Floriculture has been able to change the entire concept of horticulture, helping it to transform from hobby gardening to economic venture. Infrastructures to support production, post harvest and marketing have been created in adequate measure and in all the

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  • Jammu

    produce, some of which are unique to the State. While Jammu region is home to high quality ‘Basmati’, ‘Rajmash’, Black Caraway (‘zeera’) etc., Kashmir region is rich in high quality Saffron, ‘Zeera’, fresh and dry temperate fruits and commercial floriculture. Ladakh region is endowed with high quality apricots and seabuck-thorn berry etc. Enormous potential exists for bio-diversification due to varied agro-climatic and soil conditions. Food-grain production in the State has more than trebled, since

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  • The Impact of Cso Legislation on Environmental Justice Movement in Ethiopia

    environmental quality and institutions. For instance, environmental NGOs/CSOs were very active in undertaking researches on the impact of floriculture on human health and natural environment, followed by strong lobby and advocacy resulted in having a tri-partite code of conduct guiding the use of chemicals and ensuring corporate social responsibility in floriculture sector (Mulu Gebreeyesus and Michiko Iizuka, 2010:22). Other efforts of environmental NGOs/CSOs comprise: environment education, advocate

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  • Bank Profile

    • Research Studies on products, sectors, countries, macro economic issues relevant to international trade and investment • Number of research studies published as Occasional Papers : 85 Sector Studies |- Computer Software |- Floriculture |- Medicinal Plants | |- Electric Components |- Machine Tools |- Sports Goods | |- Chemicals |- Pharmaceuticals |- Financial Services | Bilateral Trade

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  • Exploring Business Opportunities

    * Inputs like nutrients, insecticides, nursery plants, irrigation facility, tools and equipments. * Outputs like fruits, vegetables, wastes and by- products Business Opportunities in processing of fruits, vegetables and by-products; Floriculture and value-added products like dry flowers, extraction of oils, flower based pharma and nutra compounds, natural dyes and pot porri (a mixture of dried, scented flowers, leaves, seeds, stems & roots of flowering plants) Agriculture * 70%

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  • Exim

    restrictions on non-basmati rice, pulses, grain and flour of barley, maize, bajra, ragi and jowar have already been removed on 5th March, 2002. Further, transport assistance will be made available for export of fresh and processed fruits, vegetables, floriculture, poultry, dairy products and products of wheat & rice. This will also lead to diversification of agriculture activity. Further, it is also proposed to work out suitable Transport Assistance for export of accumulated stocks of rice and wheat from

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  • Trade Leveraging Policy to Push Exports on Anvil

    infrastructure was the weakest link in the export chain but assured the industry that providing infrastructure facilities was a priority for the government. Noting that the foreign trade policy contained various measures for agro sectors like floriculture, he said the government was now looking at providing a special package to tea and coffee sectors. Speaking at CII, the minister said that he had convened a meeting with the tea industry on the September 16-17, 2004. Nath said India should play

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  • A Practical Guide to Accounting for Agricultural Assets ()

    common examples of agricultural activity? Examples of agricultural activity include: • Raising livestock, fish or poultry • Stud farms (for example, breeding horses or cattle) • Forestry • Cultivating vineyards, orchards or plantations • Floriculture 1.3 Is managing animal-related recreational activities agricultural activity? No. Managing recreational activities – for example, game parks and zoos – is not agricultural activity, as there is no management of the transformation of the

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  • Tata Tea

    high cost offices in Kolkata and Kochi. What was attractive was that the new company unlike previously had the flexibility to go beyond tea to augment revenues. It could make use of land for organic cultivation of tea and other crops including floriculture, horticulture and medicinal herbs and shrubs, which was a totally new agricultural business model (www.tatawestside.com). The process of transfer of powers to new company was smoothened through timely execution of some of the well thought out

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  • Sagar

    2015 10:30 AM CHEMISTRY 043 LENDING OPERATIONS 620 APPLIED PHYSICS 625 FLORICULTURE 643 COSMETIC CHEMISTRY 655 BIOLOGY-OPTHALMIC 657 COMM.HEALTH NUR II 664 RADIATION PHYSICS 666 DESG & PAT MAKING 685 DYEING & PRINTING 688 TRAVEL TRADE MGMT 694 BUSINESS DATA PROC 700 COMPUTER& LIFE I A 706 TPT. SYSTEMS &MGMT 712 B P O SKILLS 724 FOOD& BEV C & CNTL 737 HOLISTIC HEALTH 746 FLORICULTURE 765 COST ACCOUNTING 781 Friday,13th March, 2015 10:30 AM DANCE-KATHAK

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  • Polyhouse

    Agricultural Statistics at a Glance (2002). Copyright is held by USID Foundation (formerly USID Foundation) USID2009, September, 2009, Hyderabad, India 5 [3] R.C. Upadhyaya, Socio-economic Implications and Opportunities for Women in Floriculture http://www.floriculturetoday.in/socio-economicimplications-opportunities-for-women-infloriculture.html, Accessed June 2009. [4] Indiaagronet, Cut Flowers – Economics of Production and Export, http://www.indiaagronet.com/indiaagronet/farm _management/farm_mgmt

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  • Abcxyzabc

    tax.  d) Industry set up in EPZ is exempt from tax for a period of 10 years from the date of commencement of commercial production.  e) Income from fishery (excluding income of a company), poultry, cattle breeding, dairy farming, horticulture, floriculture, mushroom cultivation and sericulture are exempt from tax up to 30th June, 2011, subject to investing at least 10% of the exempted income that exceeds one lakh Taka, in government securities or bonds.  f) Income derived from export of handicrafts

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  • Sme Financing in Bangladesh Problems and Prospects

    food processing, Wholesales shops (like agora, Swapno, best buy), dry food processing, frozen food, food linkage industries etc 4. Agriculture Sectors- Rice, jute, vegetables, fertilizer, poultry farming, fisheries, vegetable seed farming, floriculture and agro-forestry, agrobased industries, multilateral, jute goods, silk industries, fruit processing, 6 5. Others Sectors- Textiles, paper, steel, cement, chemical, pharmaceutical industries, leather, ceramics, rubber industries, paper

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  • Flower Profit in Bangladesh

    and preferences of customer by introducing new types of flower. The growing demand of flowers in the domestic as well as export market requires a concerted effort on the part of the government as well as in the private entrepreneurs to develop floriculture industry on scientific lines. Flower preservative, cool water, hydrates, ethylene, ventilation system, and transportation system are the critical factors help to store and market flower and these types of care of cut flower are essential for maintaining

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  • Problems and Opportunities of Direct Foreign Investment in Bangladesh

    Information technology and computer industries 3. Electronic, oil and gas 4. Infrastructure- telecom, power generation, roads and highways, port, airport etc. 5. textile 6. Jewelry and diamond cutting and polishing 7. frozen foods 8. Leather 9. Floriculture 10. Artificial flower making 11. Gift items 12. Jute goods 13. Stuffed toys 14. Sericulture and silk industries 15. Tourism Due to the national defense and security, environmental protection, the private investment from overseas sources is welcome

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  • Market Potential for Shgs

    pumps and harvest tanks. Training: Field schools train local farmers in modern agricultural techniques for higher crop yield; introducing lac cultivation, post-harvest technology with safe grain storage through an integrated pest-management system, floriculture, horticulture and kitchen gardens; shifting from mono to multi cropping patterns and distribution of high-yield seeds. Aditya Birla Rural Technology Park ABRTP is located in Muirpur block of Sonebhadra district in Uttar Pradesh. It is a center

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  • Fdi in Retail

    prohibited under Government as well as Automatic Route for the following sectors: * Retail Trading * Atomic Energy * Lottery Business * Gambling and Betting * Housing and Real Estate business * Agriculture (excluding Floriculture, Horticulture, Development of Seeds, Animal Husbandry, Pisciculture and Cultivation of Vegetables, Mushrooms etc. under controlled conditions and services related to agro and allied sectors). * Plantations (Other than Tea plantations).

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  • Law of General Taxation in Mexico

    bird eggs; natural honey; eatable products of animal origin, not expressed nor  understood in another part. Chapter 05: Other not expressed animal products not understood in another part. Section II PRODUCTS OF THE VEGETABLE KINGDOM Chapter 06: Living plants and floriculture products. Chapter 07: Vegetables, plants, roots and nutritive tubers. Chapter 08: Fruits and eatable ones; rind of sour fruit-juices (citric), melons or watermelons. Chapter 09: Coffee, tea, grass and spices. Chapter 10: Cereals. Chapter 11: Products of the milling

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  • Live in Field Report

    has been apportioned for office, residence, school & college, play ground, children’s park and other establishments. The remaining 29.50 hectares has been earmarked for demonstration farm for undertaking research in farming, horticulture, floriculture, tissue culture, livestock, Poultry etc. The campus has almost all the modern amenities of urban life. 3.0 Environmental health and Health Services 3.1 ENVIRONMENTAL POLLUTION At Uttar Maria village environment is very

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  • Calyx & Corolla Marketing Plan

    about the convenience, the presentation, the freshness, the price and if a mail-order, the punctuality of delivery. Where do customers buy? Data from year 1987 shows that approximately 25,000 florists had the largest market share of 59% of total floriculture products sold while supermarkets made up 18%. In addition, to compensate the geographical disadvantages of retail stores, nationwide florists established FTD to provide delivery service beyond their service area. The powerful network of 25,000

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  • Effect of Involvement on Visual Attention

    TX) representing two extremes of water availability (see Appendix A, Table A.1). Texas ranked 3rd in nursery plant production while Michigan ranked 10th (Hodges et al. 2011). 3.2. Procedure Live plants were the product of interest, as the floriculture industry in the U.S. represents a $34.3 billion industry (Geisler, 2013) and, unlike most fast moving consumer goods (FMCG), they are minimally packaged. Thus our study contributes a new dimension to the literature. We developed a conjoint design

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  • Study on Cold Chain Logistics

    the Indian cold chain market is worth 2.6 billion USD. Uttar Pradesh and West Bengal together constitute 65% of the total installed capacity of the cold storage in the country. Cold chains are used primarily for fruits, vegetables, ice-creams, floriculture, meat, marine products, dairy products, and confectionary. According to the report, entire supply chain in the country is dominated by unorganized player with several intermediaries adding wastage and cost from farm to fork

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  • Texas Instrument Case Study

    the initial commercial successes, it appears that by promoting fish farming 9|Page in the south using geothermal water sources, local production may be dramatically increased, thus lowering the current high demand for imported fish. 7. Floriculture Flowers are Israel's leading agricultural export (29 percent). Individual farms average less than a hectare and together occupy less than 2 percent of crop-producing land. These units are small by international standards and have hitherto been

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  • Title

    better returns from their produce and at the same time generate new employment opportunities in the rural sector. This will require systems to provide information to farmers on agro processing industries, aqua culture units, animal husbandry, floriculture, etc. The opportunities for setting up such units, procedures related to exports, the quality norms to be adopted, packaging, etc. Are to be made available. (iv) Monitoring Since the domestic agricultural scene is exposed to international fluctuations

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  • Marketing Margins and Costs

    around $1.30 per day in Colombia compared to over $20 per day in the USA. By 1970, around 78 percent of Colombia's cut flowers were exported to the USA. There has been an unfavourable shift in Colombia's costs and margins over time. The major floriculture companies in Colombia relied heavily on short term debt financing to underpin the continued expansion of the industry and to fund research and development. In the mid 1970s a creit shortage emerged and was accompanied by very high interest rates

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  • Fdi in India

    FDI is not allowed in agriculture and plantation activities except tea plantation. In the tea sector FDI is allowed up to 100% with prior Government approval. FDI is allowed in certain activities up to 100% on the automatic route. These are Floriculture, Horticulture, Development of Seeds, Animal Husbandry, Pisiculture, and Cultivation of Vegetables, Mushrooms under controlled conditions and services related to agro and allied sectors. REAL ESTATE i.e. buying and selling of properties.

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  • Investment Climate in Bangladesh

    measures, certain industrial activities (16 in all) were declared as "thrust sectors". They are: i) Agro-based industries. (ii) Artificial flower-making (iii) Computer software and ICT (iv) Electronics (v) Frozen food, (vi) Floriculture, (vii) Gift items, (viii) Infrastructure, (ix) Jute goods (x) Leather, (xi) jewellery and diamond cutting and polishing (xii) Oil and gas. (xiii) Sericulture and silk industry, (xiv) Stuffed toys, (xv) Textiles, and

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  • Impact of Fdi Nad Joint Venture

    sixteen areas as the “Thirst sector‟ of the economy in order to attract more foreign direct investment. These “thirst sectors” are namely Agriculture, Artificial flower-making, Computer software and information technology, Electronics, Frozen foods, Floriculture, Gift items, Infrastructure, Jute goods, Jewellery and diamond cutting and polishing, Leather, Oil and gas, Sericulture and silk industry, Stuffed toys, Textile and finally Tourism. Whereas, four sectors are reserved for only public sector investment

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  • Factors Affecting

    Procurement and logistics Management) Suboptimal Performance of Enterprise Resource Planning in NGOs in Kenya: A Case Study of AMREF Kenya Jonah Kangogo (MSc. Procurement and logistics Management) Supply Chain Distribution in Floriculture Industry in Kenya: A Case Study of Equator Flower Ltd Everlyn M. Ntaiya (MSc. Procurement and logistics Management) Factors Promoting the Adoption of Centralised Procurement Regime in Kenya National Library Services Ednah

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  • Flower

    Developing appropriate policy responses and advocating policy reform Contact: Apt. 1212, 1214, 1216, 12/F, Block 14, Yunnan Yingxiang Residential Quarter, Kunming - 650224, Yunnan Email: panchina.info@gmail.com Poisoned Blossoms. Withering Hopes. The Floriculture industry in Asia Country Studies: UBINIG & Narigrantha Prabartana (Bangladesh), PEAC (China), CWEARC (Philippines) Compilation and editing: Christine Wittstock and Marjo Busto Quinto Advisers: Sarojeni V. Rengam and Jennifer Mourin Project Assistant:

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  • Nikita

    from DTA, without payment of duty, certain specified goods for creating a central facility. Software EOU/ DTA units may use such facility for export of software. (e) An EOU engaged in agriculture, animal husbandry, aquaculture, floriculture, horticulture, pisciculture, viticulture, poultry or sericulture may be permitted to remove specified goods in connection with its activities for use outside bonded area. (f) Gems and jewellery EOUs may source gold /

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