Print ISSN: 2204-1990

Online ISSN: 1323-6903

Keywords : Exports


Vidhya Shanmugam; Asha N; Samanvitha C; Lahari N Murthy; Dhanabalan Thangam

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 2435-2449
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.253

India and Republic of Korea (Korea) have been engaging in the bilateral trade relationship from 1962. Though the trade relationship exists for 56 years between the countries, very limited researches have conducted on the trade relationship between the countries. Hence, the present study made an attempt to fill the gap in the literature by assessing and understanding trade pattern of two countries. Based on the existing studies and the availability of data, qualitative methods have been utilized to analyze composition of trade between India and Korea. Further, the trade intensity index, intra industry trade index, and revealed comparative advantage index have been utilized to assess the dynamics of the bilateral trade between India and Korea. It is observed from the trade intensity index that, India’s trade with Korea is less than it should and thus India has a great scope to expand its trade with Korea. There are 9 commodity groups alone having highest intra industry index value and the remaining smaller values indicates less trade between the countries. Comparative advantage index shows that there were no overlaps in two countries trade; therefore two countries have a chance to increase their trade with each other. Since very limited studies have analyzed bilateral trade between India and Korea, the present work assesses the trade pattern between the countries, and the factors motivating such trade. Moreover, the findings would be helpful to promote the commercial as well as economic relations between the countries.

Effects of Corporate Social Responsibility on The Performance of Vietnamese Seafood Exporting Enterprises


Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 2, Pages 5990-6011
DOI: 10.47750/cibg.2021.27.02.598

The objective of the paper is to evaluate the impact of corporate social responsibility (CSR) on the performance of Vietnamese seafood exporters by testing multivariate regression models through software SPSS. The study was performed on 315 observations with the surveyed subjects as directors, deputy directors, heads of human resources departments, heads of CSR departments of enterprises operating in the seafood export sector. As a results, CSR has a direct positive impact on the company's performance and has an indirect positive impact onthe firm's performance through factors of business values such as employee loyalty, loyalty of customers, corporate reputation and the Government's trust. This result implies that the implementation of CSR will bring positive effects to the business performance, so businesses need to further improve their CSR implementation effectively

Pak Rupee As A Currency And Currency War

Sarfraz Hussain; Muhammad Rafiq; Abdul Quddus; Nisar Ahmad; Tien Phat Pham

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 88-95

The purpose of this article is to discuss the daily currency wars around the world. Also, it outlines important currencies. There is a debate about the risk of currency wars and the options to handle them. The impact of the exchange rate on the Pakistani economy is also part of this debate. With less domestic savings, emerging economies such as Pakistan have to go international to get more foreign money. There are always competitors in the foreign exchange market. Fights are now commonplace. Currency wars must be recognized and dealt with properly.

The Determining Factors of Exchange Rate Fluctuations: A Case Study of Pakistan, Bangladesh, and India

Haqbin Naqibullah; Mudasir Najibullah; Shahzad Mohammad Rahim; Hilali Ahmadullah; Pashtoon Rahmatullah

Journal of Contemporary Issues in Business and Government, 2021, Volume 27, Issue 1, Pages 263-278

This constructive study identifies economic indicators that influence ER fluctuations in Bangladesh, India, and Pakistan from 1987 to 2018. The VECM model has been employed to identify the long-run causal movement from EXP, FDI, and FCE to RER. The Wald test is also applied as a VECM short-run representation to evaluate the model's short-run movement. This research's major determinations indicate that the long-term and short-term causal movements from FDI, EXP, and FCE to RER are momentous and significant. On top of that, the study's empirical recommend to policymakers and economy politicians that a shock to FCE, FDI, and EXP leads to fluctuations in RER. Moreover, FDI and EXP appreciate local currency against USD.