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Raja hardik nribm 1
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Raja hardik nribm 1
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  1. A GLOBAL/COUNTRY STUDY AND REPORT ON FRANCE Presented by: KRUNAL UPASANI [Enroll No. 107140592001] MANISH GONDALIYA [Enroll No. 107140592005] JIGAR PATEL [Enroll No. 107140592017] MITESH MACHHI [Enroll No. 107140592030] HARDIK GANDHI [Enroll No. 107140592031] JAY PATEL [Enroll No. 107140592037]
  2. PART - I INTRODUCTION TO FRANCE
  3. INTRODUCTION  France today is one of the most modern countries in the world and is a leader among European nations.  Since 1958, it has constructed a hybrid presidential-parliamentary governing system resistant to the instabilities experienced in earlier more purely parliamentary administrations.  In recent decades, its reconciliation and cooperation with Germany have proved central to the economic integration of Europe, including the introduction of a common exchange currency, the euro, in January 1999.
  4. GEOGRAPHY  Largest west European nation.  Capital City: Paris  Natural resources: coal, iron ore, bauxite, zinc, uranium, antimony, arsenic, potash, feldspar, fluorspar, gypsum, timber, fish.  Climate: Generally cool winters and mild summers, but mild winters and hot summers along the Mediterranean; occasional strong, cold, dry, north-to-northwesterly wind known as mistral.
  5. PEOPLE  Nationality  Language  Religion  Population and Population growth rate  Literacy  Work Force  Sex ratio
  6. ECONOMY With at least 75 million foreign tourists per year, France is the most visited country in the world and maintains the third largest income in the world from tourism. France's leaders remain committed to a capitalism. The government has partially or fully privatized many large companies, banks, and insurers, and has ceded stakes in such leading firms as Air France, France Telecom, Renault, and Thales.  GDP : Composition by sector Agriculture: 2% Industry: 18.7% Services: 79.3%  Labor Force : by occupation Agriculture: 3.6% Industry: 24.4% Services: 72.0%
  7. CONT..  Industries: steel, machinery, chemicals, food processing; electronics, textiles, automobiles, aircraft, metallurgy, tourism.  Agriculture products: wheat, barley, corn, cereals, sugar beets, oil seeds, potatoes, wine grapes; beef, dairy products; fish, fruits and vegetables.  Services: Financial and real estate activities, tourism and transportation, Services to companies and individuals.  Exports: $ 517.3 billion in 2010 Commodities: Automobiles, machinery and transportation equipment, plastics, chemicals, iron and steel, aircraft and aircraft components, pharmaceutical products, cosmetics, organic chemicals, wine and champagne, refined petroleum products.
  8. CONT..  Imports: $ 590.5 billion in 2010 Commodities: oil and natural gas, automobile equipment, machinery and equipment, vehicles, iron and steel products, aircraft, computers/computer-related products, chemicals.  Major trading partners: U.S, China, EU.
  9. GOVERNMENT  Type: Republic.  Constitution: 28 September 1958.  Branches: Prime Minister (Head of Government), Executive President (Chief of State).  Elections: president elected by vote for a five-year term (eligible for a second term), election previously held on 22 April and 6 May 2007, prime minister is appointed by the president.  Legislative--bicameral Parliament (National Assembly member, Senate member).
  10. GOVERNMENT  Judicial bench: Council of State (administrative court), Constitutional Council (constitutional law), Court of Cassation (civil and criminal law).  Subdivisions: France is divided into 22 administrative regions and is subdivided into 96 metropolitan departments.
  11. PART - II BANKING SECTOR
  12. HISTORY OF BANKING IN INDIA The history of banking can be divided into three phases:  PHASE I  PHASE II  PHASE III
  13. STATE BANK OF INDIA  State Bank of India is the premier commercial bank of the country  It is the largest commercial bank in the country with branches spread all over India, besides having presence in all the time zones of the world covering several countries.  Associates of SBI
  14. ROLE OF SBI The roles of SBI are as follows:  Capital Formation  Support to the Capital Market  Subscription to Debentures and Guarantees  Assistance to Backward Areas
  15. TRENDS IN MODERN BANKING IN INDIA  Internet Banking Bill Pay Register & Pay RTGS Fund Transfer Online Payment of Taxes  Mobile Banking Transactions    
  16. PARIBAS IN INDIA  BNP Paribas is one of the best rated banks in the world (Rated AAby Standard & Poor's). The Group has one of the largest international networks with operations in 80 countries and counts with nearly 200,000 employees.  Present across Europe through all its business lines, the Group has four domestic retail banking markets in France, Italy, Belgium and Luxembourg.  BNP Paribas has taken a new step forward in its services to corporate clients with 'One Bank for Corporates in Europe'. It provides integrated banking solutions based on a dynamic crossselling approach, with a network of 150 business centers in 23 European countries.
  17. CONT.. BNP Paribas has key positions in its three core businesses:  Retail banking  Corporate & Investment Banking  Investment Solutions
  18. THANK YOU

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