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Italy-EU-BRI- An Uncomfortable Triumvirate

The Belt and Road initiative (BRI) has taken a lot of criticism from financial institutions as well from some of the countries which had endorsed it when the project was launched in 2013. While the momentum of the BRI in Asia might have slowed down,

दोराहे पर वैश्विक अर्थव्यवस्थाः क्या डिजिटलीकरण है आगे की राह

मौजूदा वैश्विक राजनीतिक उथल-पुथल की कड़ियां अब सुस्त पड़ती वैश्विक अर्थव्यवस्था से जुड़ती जा

Will International Oil Prices Continue to be Volatile?

India is set to enter 2019 as one of the fastest growing economies in the world with a growth rate projection by the International Monetary Fund, set at 7.4 percent and Organisation for Economic Development at 7.5 percent.1 But such a fore

The US-China 90 Days Truce

Prior to the G20 meeting, there were indications of some respite in the US and China. During the working dinner meeting, at the G 20 meeting held in Buenos Aires, Argentina, Donald Trump and Xi Jinping held a ‘highly successful meeting’.i

Global Economy at Crossroads: Is Digitalization the Way Ahead?

“Transactional capabilities keep the lights on, but transformative capabilities make the organization stand out.” ― Pearl Zhu The current global political upheaval has now come to be inextricably linked to the waning global economy. T

The e-NAM experiment: Successes, Challenges and Opportunities

Around the time of the 2019 Lok Sabha election, the e-National Agriculture Market (e-NAM) will complete three years of its launch. While the performance has been mixed nationwide — a huge success in many regulated markets, modestly so in others, an

RCEP: What’s in it for India

The economic world has come a long way since the conception of trade theories like those of ‘Absolute Advantage’ and ‘Comparative Advantage' by Smith and Ricardo. The advent of globalization has led to various forms of economic integration amon

Transcript of the full speech of Shri S Gurumurthy, Chairman, VIF on 'State of the Economy: India and the World' delivered at VIF on 15 Nov 2018

Professor Roger Moser, who says India is a second home, was partnering with me in discussions today on employing technology which is already developed. This is a new area of development all over the world. Even before he went into the subject, he sai

New Opportunities for India’s Pharma Companies in Israel

The ongoing restructuring of the Israeli pharmaceutical sector has opened up a host of new opportunities for the Indian companies. Teva Pharmaceutical is one of the largest pharmaceuticals in the world based out of Israel. Since its formation in 1980

Brexit: Implications for the United Kingdom and European Union Economy

Introduction
The 23rd of June 2016, saw the United Kingdom (UK) participate in a referendum as regards to its membership in the European Union (EU). A relatively narrow margin of 52 per cent of the votes tipped the balance in favour of th

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