The Corporate Governance Emergence in India

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Muneeb Ahmad

Abstract

This study gives an overview of the corporate governance in India. The corporate governance issue has been emerged all around the world and still not fully developed in emerging economies like India. From the previous study in the last decade, it has been found India makes the impressive progress towards not only the implementation but also on the improvement in the system.

Keywords:
Corporate governance, emerging markets, India.

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Ahmad, M. (2019). The Corporate Governance Emergence in India. Asian Basic and Applied Research Journal, 1(2), 75-78. Retrieved from http://globalpresshub.com/index.php/ABAARJ/article/view/787
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