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IIFT's 51st Convocation held on July 28, 2017

  Nirmala Sitharaman invites graduating students of IIFT to give suggestions for the Proposed Foreign Trade Policy 2015-20
Smt. Nirmala Sitharaman, Minister for Commerce & Industry, graced the 51st convocation of the Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, as the Chief Guest on 28th July, 2017, at New Delhi. Smt. Rita Teaotia, Chairman, IIFT and Secretary, Department of Commerce, Government of India, presided over the function.
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IIFT's 49th Convocation held on Apr 22, 2015

  No substitute for Global competition: Millennium Post
The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade held its 49th convocation on Wednesday, in the Capital. Four students received Ph D and 314 students received MBA degree in International Business. Arvind Panagariya, Vice Chairman of NITI Aayog was the chief guest, and Rajeev Kher, Commerce Secretary, Government of India and Chairman IIFT, presided over the function.
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  Rising gold imports no cause for alarm: Kher : New Delhi : Business Standard
The government today said rising amount of gold imports is no cause for an "alarm" and action will be taken at an appropriate time. Gold imports in March nearly doubled to USD 4.98 billion, while in January and February, it rose to USD 1.55 billion and USD 1.98 billion, respectively.
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  Rising gold imports no cause for alarm: Commerce Secretary Rajeev Kher : New Delhi: The Economic Times
The government today said rising amount of gold imports is no cause for an "alarm" and action will be taken at an appropriate time. Gold imports in March nearly doubled to USD 4.98 billion, while in January and February, it rose to USD 1.55 billion and USD 1.98 billion, respectively.
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  Four PhD, 314 MBA students awarded degrees in 49th convocation of IIFT: Daily Excelsior
The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) today held its 49th convocation at New Delhi. In a well organized rally, four students received Ph D and 314 students received MBA degree in International Business. Dr Arvind Panagariya, Vice-Chairman of NITI Aayog, was the chief guest while Rajeev Kher, Commerce Secretary, Government of India and chairman IIFT, presided over the function.
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  Economy to grow around 10% in next 15 years: Panagariya: New Delhi: The Pioneer
Highlighting the importance of free trade, which will help in exploiting the potential of Indian economy, NITI Aayog Vice Chairman, Arvind Panagariya on Wednesday said that Indian economy can grow at 8-10 per cent in the next 10 to 15 years.
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  IIFT's 49th Convocation: Indian Express
The Indian Institute of Foreign Trade (IIFT) today held its 49th convocation at New Delhi. In a well organized rally, four students received Ph D and 314 students received MBA degree in International Business. 
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