Will India Mar China? – The Indian Economy in Modi’s Time – Part Four

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Ratnesh Dwivedi 

Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund is one of many who believes that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India has improved rapidly and is on the right track. International recognition is one aspect but what are the challenges in India becoming a powerhouse while China sees a recession. Ratnesh Dwivedi spoke to four experts. Last in the series is his interaction with Sheshadri Chari.

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Will India Mar China? – The Indian Economy in Modi’s Time – Part Three

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Ratnesh Dwivedi

Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund is one of many who believes that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India has improved rapidly and is on the right track. International recognition is one aspect but what are the challenges in India becoming a powerhouse while China sees a recession. Ratnesh Dwivedi spoke to four experts. Third in the series is his interaction with GVL Narsimha Rao.

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Will India Mar China? – The Indian Economy in Modi’s Time – Part One

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Ratnesh Dwivedi 

Christine Lagarde of the International Monetary Fund is one of many who believes that under the leadership of Prime Minister Narendra Modi, India has improved rapidly and is on the right track. International recognition is one aspect but what are the challenges in India becoming a powerhouse while China sees a recession. Ratnesh Dwivedi spoke to four experts. First in the series is his interaction with Dr Jaimini Bhagwati.

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Divided we Stand: the beginning of the end for the EU?

A Greek and an EU flag flutter in front of the temple of the Parthenon during the takeover ceremony of the six-month rotation of Greece's EU Presidency in Athens

 

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Robert Barrett

Sunday 25th January may have seemed an inconspicuous enough day to you and I, but whilst we were mildly complaining about the cold and looking forward to the end of “Dry January”, Greek voters were setting in motion a chain of events that may well change the status quo of the last sixty years of European politics. Continue reading “Divided we Stand: the beginning of the end for the EU?”

The World Bank publishes its report on the economic situation in the DRC

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Sylvain Muyali

Following publication of the first edition in December 2013, the World Bank announces the second edition of its report monitoring the economic and financial situation of the Democratic Republic of the Congo.

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JAPAN’S ‘CONSUMPTIVE’ ECONOMY

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Anant Mishra

It is taking a great deal of effort for the Prime Minister to keep his nerve over the Consumption Tax, but the question is for how long?

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DEVISING MEASURES TO ADDRESS AND STABILISE FAILING ECONOMIES

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Anant Mishra

The financial crisis seems to be an inexhaustible issue, continuously drawing the attention of economists worldwide. However, while countries are steadily recovering and economies are slowly healing, the epicentre of the problem seems to be shifting to a new direction: what about the countries which are still unable to make ends meet? Within the Eurozone, the measures highly indebted countries took to escape the grips of recession haven’t seemed effective.

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