Social Science: Globalisation and the Indian Economy - Concept of Globalization and Factors

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"A wide ranging choice of goods are available in the Indian markets." Support the statement with examples in context of globalisation.

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Solution

A wide ranging choice of goods are available in the Indian markets. That is, the latest products such as digital cameras, mobile phones and LED televisions manufactured by leading manufacturers of the world are available in the markets. Also, new models of automobiles can be seen in the Indian markets, as a result, Indians are now buying cars made by top companies. Besides this, different brands of shirts, processed fruit juices, footwear, etc are also available in the Indian markets.

Concept: Concept of Globalization and Factors
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2015-2016 (March) Delhi Set 2

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