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1dec[d] Call for Abstracts | ASEAN-India FTA | CDS, Trivandrum

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    * CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala Website: www.cds.edu CDS-IIFT-RIS National Seminar on ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement & Way
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      CENTRE FOR DEVELOPMENT STUDIES

      Thiruvananthapuram, Kerala

      Website: www.cds.edu

      CDS-IIFT-RIS National Seminar on

      ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement & Way Forward

      February 5-6, 2010

      The recently signed ASEAN-India Free Trade Agreement (FTA) has had mixed responses. While it has

      been hailed as the beginning of the end of India’s isolation from major trading blocs and a firm step towards Pan Asian economic integration, the Agreement has been opposed in some regions and by a few sectoral interests in India which feel threatened because imports from the ASEAN would be promoted. Given the sensitivities of the issues involved, there is a need for systematic analysis of the implications of ASEAN-India FTA for India.

      Against this background, the National Research Programme on Plantation Development (NRPPD) at CDS jointly with the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) and Research and Information System for Developing Countries (RIS), propose to organize a national seminar with a view to promote discussion based on theoretically informed empirical analysis. The objective is to identify the real threats, highlight the opportunities

      and facilitate policymaking.

      We invite research papers on the macro and micro aspects of ASEAN India FTA. Contributions on sector-specific (e.g. Plantations and Fisheries) and region-specific (e.g. North East Region, Kerala) issues are especially welcome

      . Important dates: Detailed abstracts (500 words): December 1, 2009. Final Papers: January 30, 2010. E-mail: nrppd@...

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