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Digital Version July-September Issue

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July-September 2018 Issue

In a constant endeavor to keep updated and bring the latest knowledge to the readers of Economic Challenger, we are bringing the 80th issue of it completing almost 20 years of its existence. A look to its contents will surely attract scholars in various streams to connect with us regularly.

April - June 2018 Issue

April-June 2018 issue of Economic Challenger has a new feature devoting many articles on GST presented in a Conference held at Vijayawada in January this year.  Besides regular articles have also been included.  We promise to cater to the varying needs of our readers and the academia more prominently in the times to come.







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January-March 2018 issue

Indian Economy and Thrust on FDI
The January-March 2018 issue throws light on various topics concerning FDI and opening of the economy. A look at the contents will surely encourage researchers and academicians to bring out more in this field. We welcome comments from readers in the forthcoming issues.