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Unformatted text preview: This report has been carryed out by the Indo Italian Chamber of Commerce & Industry in Mumbay (India) on november 2006 within the Projec t Friuli Venezia Giulia India: Imprese e Conoscenza realized by: REPORT ON FURNITURE INDUSTRY IN INDIA INDEX SECTION A: FURNITURE SECTOR ANALYSIS PART 1 SECTOR ANALYSIS FOR RESIDENTIAL AND CONTRACT MARKETS 1.1 Indian furniture market 1.1.1 Office furniture 1.1.2 Real Estate Overview of India 1.1.3 Commercial Property Backdrop PART 2 INDIAN CONSUMER MARKET 2.1 Social Indicator 2.2 Market Division/Groups of Consumers, based on Income and their product profile 2.3 Various Market Sizes based on the per capita expenditure 2.4 Population 2.5 Age Group 2.6 Income / Buying Power 2.7 Consumption 2.8 Young Consumers 2.9 Taste and Attitude 2.10 Brand / Price sensitivity 2.11 Rise of organized retailing 2.12 Local against imported 2.13 Distribution Channels in India PART 3 COMMONEST MISTAKES IN EXPORT TO INDIA 3.1 Factors for success in Indian market 3.1.1 Planning and Preparation Stage 3.1.2 Entering the Market 3.1.3 Developing and Sustaining the Business in India 3.1.4 Thinking about the Future 3.1.5 Attributes 3.1.6 Representation 3.1.7 Connections 3.1.8 Survey feedback PART 4 OBSTACLES PART 5 PARAMETERS OF COMPETITION PART 6 COMMUNICATION AND PROMOTION PART 7 PENETRATION IN THE INDIAN MARKET 7.1 Liaison Office/Representative Office 7.2 Project Office 7.3 Branch Office 7.4 Technical Collaboration 7.5 Direct Sale 7.6 As an Indian Company 7.7 Joint Venture/WOS 7.8 Greenfield Projects 7.9 Takeover and Strategic Alliances 7.10 Forms of business presence in India for a foreign company PART 8 PRICING PART 9 PRECAUTIONS TO BE TAKEN BY ITALIAN EXPORTERS SECTION B: GENERAL OVERVIEW PART 10 INFORMATION SOURCES PART 11 IMPORT LEGISLATION 11.1 How to start import 11.2 Principal law & import export policy 11.3 Mode of pricing & INCO terms 11.4 Ex-work 11.5 Free on rail/Free on truck 11.6 Free alongside ship 11.7 Free on board 11.8 Cost & Freight 11.9 Cost insurance freight 11.10 Customs clearance services for import consignments 11.11 Customs Duty PART 12 BANKING SYSTEM & EXCHANGE POLICIES 12.1 Reserve Bank of India 12.2 Types of institutions 12.2.1 Public sector banks 12.2.2 Private sector banks 12.2.3 Foreign banks 12.2.4 Recent developments 12.3 Currency 12.4 Foreign exchange controls 12.4.1 Current account transactions 12.4.2 Capital account transactions 12.5 Foreign Exchange Management Act 12.6 General Permission under FEMA PART 13 METHODS OF PAYMENT 13.1 Payment against imports 13.2 LC Vs Bank guarantee 13.3 LC 13.4 Parties to a LC 13.4.1 Beneficiary 13.4.2 Issuing bank 13.4.3 Confirming bank 13.5 Mode of payment 13.6 Postal Imports PART 14 LOCAL JUDICIAL SYSTEM...
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This note was uploaded on 03/09/2010 for the course INTB 200 taught by Professor Olsen during the Spring '08 term at Drexel.

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