Includes bibliographical references and index.
|Other titles||Socioeconomic profile of SAARC countries., Socioeconomic profile of South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation countries., SAARC countries.|
|Statement||T. Nirmala Devi.|
|LC Classifications||HT395.S66 N57 1994|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||158 p. ;|
|Number of Pages||158|
|LC Control Number||93910237|
This publication, the first in a series of studies, provides detailed and up-to-date information relating to the socio-economic situation in the member countries - Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, Pakistan and Sri Lanka. SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry Established in , SAARC had hitherto avoided including core economic issues in its programme, but in the wake of the desire for a SAARC Chamber of Commerce and Industry, the SAARC Secretariat commissioned a study on Trade, Manufactures and Services in Objectives of SAARC. To improve the quality of life of the peoples of South Asia. To accelerate economic growth and social progress the South Asian region. To provide all individuals with the opportunity to live in dignity. To strengthen collective self-reliance among the countries of South Asia. d) Macrodynamics aspect of SAARC countries: SAARC is habitat of 21% of the world‟s population, though it covers only 3% of the world‟s area and shares only % of the global economy. Most of the SAARC countries have more than four thousand dollar GDP per capita and positive growth rate. Although, all most all the countries of SAARC are tradeFile Size: KB.
Afganistan Bangladesh Bhutan India Maldives Nepal Pakistan Sri-Lanka; 1: Population and Demography () Description/Country: Afghanistan. Migration: The Leaders, at the Eighteenth SAARC Summit (Kathmandu, Nov ), “agreed to collaborate and cooperate on safe, orderly and responsible management of labour migration from South Asia to ensure safety, security and wellbeing of their migrant workers in the destination countries . India’s Trade with Saarc countries: Country wise Analysis This Chapter presents a detailed descriptive analysis of each member country’s socio, economic and political background of the SAARC group and India’s trade relations with them. Indo-Bangla Trade Relations: Geographical features: Bangladesh is a low-lying area with sq. Size: KB. Members can have access to World of opportunities i.e. from networking with the corporate majors of SAARC member countries and global industry to assisting in framing economic and industrial policies, through close linkage with the government. SAARC CCI’s proactive approach focuses on helping you increase efficiency and competitiveness.
SOUTH ASIAN ASSOCIATION FOR REGIONAL COOPERATION (SAARC) NEWSLETTER Volume-IV: May-September President of Sri Lanka visits SAARC Headquarters “SAARC is a people-centric organization. As enshrined in the SAARC Charter, our cardinal objective is to promote welfare of the peoples of our region.” Amjad Hussain B. Sial Secretary General of. The governments of Pakistan, Bangladesh, Bhutan, India, Maldives, Nepal, and Sri Lanka formally. adopted its charter providing for the promotion of social, economic and cultural development within the South. Asian region and also for friendship and cooperation with other developing : Irum Shaheen. South Asia consists of states with divergent political systems and perceptions and yet with social, cultural and ethnic affinities. While good neighbourly relations among the main actors of the region have been elusive, still the desire for collective self-reliance and development has brought these states together and though belatedly, resulted in the evolution of SAARC (South Asian. SAARC Trade Promotion Network (TPN) is a regional network of 28 business service organizations such as chambers and federations as well as trade-related government organizations from all eight SAARC countries in South Asia to promote intraregional trade and in turn further socio-economic development.