While the big picture looks promising, one has to drill a bit deeper to understand how much the increase in exports would translate into meaningful job creation
16 Jul 2021
Policy measures like the PLI Scheme can go a long way in improving supply side constraints, but these may not be enough if the demand side continues to remain sluggish
18 Jun 2021
Six months after India and South Africa tabled a proposal in the WTO seeking a temporary waiver over IPRs during the pandemic, no substantial discussion has taken place
16 Apr 2021
The new director-general has ignited hopes of addressing inequities in the global trading system, but her tacit support for the US agenda may put off developing countries.
03 Mar 2021
America’s global economic engagements had also changed beyond recognition.
10 Nov 2020
The most recent of the numbers show that the production in eight core sectors—coal, crude oil, natural gas, refinery products, fertilisers, steel, cement and electricity—declined by 15% in June 2020.
04 Aug 2020
The ongoing disruptions are reminiscent of the ‘Great Depression’ of the 1930s, after which most economies turned protectionist.
11 Jun 2020
The Covid-19 pandemic is fast changing this trend towards a small government, with advanced countries leading the way.
13 May 2020