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    A

    GLOBAL COMPREHENSIVE PROJECT REPORT

    ON

    SPAIN COUNTRY IMPORT-EXPORT ON TEA INDUSTRY

    Submitted to

    R.B. INSTITUTE OF MANAGEMENT

    IN PARTIAL FULFILLMENT OF THE

    REQUIREMENT OF THE AWARD FOR THE DEGREE OF

    MASTER OF BUSINESS ADMINISTRATION

    UNDER THE GUIDENCE OF

    Faculty Guide

    Ms. Heena Thanki

    Head of Director

    Submitted By

    Bhavna Ainani (127460592003)

    Dhaval Patel (127460592085)

    Hiral Patel 127460592087)

    Kiran Patel127460592091)

    Vipul Pateliya (127460592104)

    M.B.A-SEMESTER 4

    MBA PROGRAMME

    Affiliated to

    Gujarat Technological University

    Ahmedabad

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    Student declaration

    We, following students, hereby declare that the Global/ Country Study Report titled

    Spain & India import-export on tea industry in is a result of my/our own work and our

    indebtedness to other work publications, references, if any, have been duly

    acknowledged. If I/we are found guilty of copying any other report or published

    information and showing as my/our original work, or extending plagiarism limit, I

    understand that I/we shall be liable and punishable by GTU, which may include Fail

    in examination, Repeat study & re-submission of the report or any other punishment

    that GTU may decide. Name of Institute with code _______

    Country : Spain

    Semester : 3rd

    Group no enro no name sign selected industry

    3 HIRAL PATEL spain &India

    DHAVAL PATEL import-export

    BHAVNA AINANI on tea

    KIRAN PATEL industry

    VIPUL PATELIYA

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    Institute Certificate

    Certified that this Global Country Study and Report Titled Culture & Education in

    Spain is the bonfide work of attached student list with enrollment numbers, who have

    carried out their research under my/our supervision. I/We also certify further, that to the

    best of my knowledge the work reported herein does not form part of any other project

    report or dissertation on the basis of which a degree or award was conferred on an

    earlier occasion on this or any other candidate. I/we have also checked the plagiarism

    extent of this report which is % and the separate plagiarism report in the form of

    html /pdf file is enclosed with this.

    Signature of the GCSR Coordinator/s

    (Name, Designation, Email ID and Contact No. of GCSR Coordinator/s)

    Signature of Principal/Director

    (Name of Principal / Director)

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    PREFACE

    This study was the Confederation of Spain Education and Culture.

    The study on education raises profound and far-reaching implications for all

    those involved in the creation of the Spain higher education area, notably the

    challenges represented by education impact at the local, regional, national and

    Spain levels.

    It is important that reactions to these multi-level result in a co-ordinated set of

    Spain culture responses. Culture should be viewed as a positive set of

    opportunities and not something to be feared. It is a new and permanent reality in

    Spain culture life.

    The globalisation of higher education manifests itself in various forms, of which

    education is perhaps the most visible. It is something that cannot be ignored.

    Education has clear long-term implications for the nature and structure of

    educational provision in Spain.

    The report identifies vital issues that demand our serious consideration. Itsuggests a positive way forward and provides a coherent and detailed set ofsolutions for all stakeholders involved in building a Spain of knowledge. Itsmessages should not be ignored.

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    Acknowledgement

    The present work are a result of perpetual encouragement, discussion & valuable

    guidance of Henna Thanki to whom, we are thankful for guiding thought out the entire

    project. We humbly please our feeling & deep essence of gratitude.

    We are also thankful to GTU for providing us the opportunity to understand the country

    as a part of mba programmed.

    We express our deep some of gratitude towards our guide, without whose kind help this

    project Study would have been extremely difficult. She has helped me with her valuable

    suggestions right from.

    The beginning till the final draft of the report. We are also grateful to mrs.heena thanki

    HOD of the R.b. institute of management studies for their kind effort to make all therequired facilities available & gave their valuable suggestions in preparing this project

    report.

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    Index

    Sr. No. Title Page No.1 Student declaration 22 Institute Certificate 33 PREFACE 44 Acknowledgement 5

    5 Summary on Spain culture & education 76 Summary on Spain-India Export-Import 127

    Tea Industry in India21

    8 Health Benefits of Tea 229 Types of Tea 2310

    Production of tea in India25

    11 Process of production 2612 Top tea brands in India 2913 India tea industry present scenario 32

    14 Top tea producing states in India 3415 SWOT analysis of Indian tea industry 3516 PORTER'S FIVE FORCES MODLE of Indian tea

    industry37

    17 Tea Production April to September 2012-2013 3818 Export of Tea 2011-12 to 2012-13 4019 Analysis of Indias Trade in Tea 4320 Tea Development 4321 Achievements during 2012-13 4422 Spain 4623 Strategy 47

    24 Procedure of export 4725

    How to Get an Export License in India

    50

    26 HOW TO START AND OPERATE YOUR OWNPROFITABLE IMPORT/EXPORT BUSINESS ATHOME

    51

    27 INDIA-SPAIN RELATIONS 5228 Bilateral Agreements and Treaties 5329 Trade and Investment 5330 Science and Technology 54

    31 Cultural and Academic Relations 5532 PROMISING SECTORS OF INDO-SPANISH

    COOPER56

    33 Current Scenario 5634 Current and Future Challenges 5835 Bibliography 59

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    Summary on Spain culture & education

    The cultures of Spain are European cultures based on a variety of historical influences,

    especially that of ancient Rome, but also the pre-Roman Celtic and Iberian culture

    In the late 19th and 20th century, Spain became the diversity of international culture

    Symbols

    The red and golden yellow colors of the flag of Spain was first used in the late 1700s by

    the King of Spain, as he tried to easily differentiate his ships from those of other

    countries.

    Culture

    Culture of Spain has a heavy Latin influence.

    Romans also influence Spanish culture because Spain was once part of the Roman

    Empire. Roman architecture and art is common throughout Spain.

    Bull Fighting

    This is one of the most dangerous sports, and only Spain.

    Bulls integral part of the traditions in Spain

    Music in Spain

    Flamenco, a genus of Andalusia music. But here also the existences of rock music,

    people, pop and hip hop in Spanish lands.

    Spanish Dance

    Flamenco

    Classical Spanish Dance

    Folklore

    Eighteenth Century Dances

    Classical Ballet Dance

    Castanets

    Spanish Fashion

    Be it formal suits and elegantly cut suits.

    Spanish Family

    The structure and family size vary, but generally, people live to fewer children and

    fewer people live in their homes with family

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    Food

    The Spanish begin the day with a light breakfast

    They usually eat lunch at 2 or 3 in the afternoon every day.

    Dinner is eaten at any time between 20:00 and midnight

    Festival of Spain

    Seaman Santa

    San Fermin (Pamplona Bull Run)

    Pamplona Bull Run Essentials

    Tomatina Tomato fight

    Feria de sevilla

    Christmas & New Year

    Carnival

    Birth ceremony

    In the 16th century, bath birth and name the child is usually held on the fourth day after

    birth. It was attended by parents and relatives, who gathered at the house before

    sunrise to party and watch the ceremony.

    Marriage

    Spanish authorities can take 30 to 45 days to approve an application for marriage

    Civil Marriage

    Normally needs the documents

    Religious Marriages

    For a religious ceremony, couples first need the permission of the civil authorities

    Have each separate religious documentary requirement.

    In most religious marriages in Catholic Spain, the demands of the Catholic ChurchMarriageable age

    Generally are set at eighteen for men and sixteen years for women.

    Death

    People who put flowers on the graves of beloved family.

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    Society Overview

    Spain established colonies in the New World from Alaska to Cape Horn with the

    exception of Brazil and the eastern parts of Asia.

    Much of the culture in Spain revolves around commerce,but it was the main source of

    revenue for the government and the people.

    Education in Spain

    The school is free and compulsory for all children from age six to sixteen

    All students receive basic vocational training in secondary education

    Religious education is available but optional

    Schooling

    Children ages 3-5 have the opportunity to attend preschool.

    Pre-school is free for all students in Spain.

    Primary school for ages 6-11. Secondary schooling begi