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Category: Global Economy :: India and Global Economy
Last updated: May 26 2020 03:14 IST RSS 2.0
 
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How Parsis shaped India's taste for soft drinks 22.3.2020 BBC: Front Page
Over the past two centuries, fizzy drinks have become a $8bn (£6.9bn) industry in India.
India an important asset for global community to fight against coronavirus: Saudi envoy 20.3.2020 Hindu: International
Saud bin Mohammed Al Sati’s remarks come days after PM Modi held a telephonic conversation with Crown Prince of Saudi Arabia and emphasised the need for coordinated efforts to address the challenge arising out of coronavirus outbreak.
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New York: The city that never sleeps on lockdown 18.3.2020 BBC: Business
The streets of America's largest city, New York, are empty as business grinds to a halt.
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Coronavirus | A complete list of travel advisories issued by the Union Health Ministry 17.3.2020 Hindu: Fitness
A list of travel advisories issued by the Ministry of Health and Family Welfare of India to check the spread of coronavirus pandemic in the country
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India closes Taj Mahal to visitors over coronavirus fears 17.3.2020 Raw Story
India will close the iconic Taj Mahal to visitors from Tuesday as part of measures to try and combat the coronavirus pandemic, the tourism ministry said on Monday. Most schools and entertainment facilities, including cinemas, have already been closed across India, the world’s second-most populous country with 1.3 billion people. The South Asian nation has […]
From virtual conferencing to real leadership 16.3.2020 Hindu: Policy & Issues
New Delhi has a chance to step up the SAARC video conference — as its assertive expression to stabilise the region
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Economy: Are shoots of recovery visible? 16.3.2020 Rediff: Business
'While growth will bounce back from the current sub-5 per cent, it will stay lower than the already inadequate long-term average of 6.6 per cent,' notes T N Ninan.
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#CancelEverything 13.3.2020 Hindu: Fitness
Amidst travel restrictions and cancelled events, hitting the pause button is a silver lining
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Economic uncertainty rises 11.3.2020 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
Supply shocks from China have caused a fall in production and decline in demand, leading to fears of recession
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What Modi needs to know about economic problems 9.3.2020 Rediff: Business
'As the 1991 experience showed, the solution to a large trade deficit may be to open up the economy, not putting up protective walls,' points out T N Ninan.
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Monetary policy can’t combat the COVID-19 impact 6.3.2020 Hindu: Health
A rate cut can help to boost sentiment but that will be transient as the market’s reaction after the Fed rate cut proves
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The afterglow from Trump's visit will remain 6.3.2020 Rediff: News
Modi may take satisfaction from his display of considerable political skill in managing a mercurial, temperamental and unpredictable US president and nudging him into uncharacteristic restraint and even carefully orchestrated remarks. This personal chemistry will come in handy if Trump returns as president in the November elections, says former foreign secretary Shyam Saran.
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Trump 2.0 may see more slash-and-burn unilateralism 4.3.2020 Hindu: Opinion
India should be prepared for more arbitrary duties
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US-India ties: One step forward, two steps back 2.3.2020 Rediff: News
Trump's visit symbolised heightened partisanship and a return to chemistry between leaders defining bilateral ties, notes Kashish Parpiani.
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Regional bonding: On Ranil Wickremesinghe’s prescription for peace 29.2.2020 Hindu: Editorial
India needs to engage with its neighbours for the realisation of its global ambitions
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Regional bonding 28.2.2020 Hindu: Diet & Nutrition
India needs to engage with its neighbours for the realisation of its global ambitions
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The Trump Visit: Why China will take note 28.2.2020 Rediff: News
'New Delhi and Washington are now on the same page, on dealing with growing Chinese assertiveness, across the entire Indo-Pacific region,' notes Ambassador G Parthasarathy, Chancellor, Central University of Jammu.
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Letters to the Editor — February 28, 2020 28.2.2020 Hindu: Letters
Delhi’s shameCitizen’s welfare is the raison d’etre of a democratically elected government. But the Central government seems to be unaware of this. It
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It is still possible for India, Pakistan to resolve issues: Ranil Wickremesinghe 27.2.2020 Hindu: Fitness
Former Sri Lankan Prime Minister Ranil Wickremesinghe says others can insist that they do so at least to get the SAARC summits moving
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There remain trade barriers in place 27.2.2020 Hindu: Home
India was Australia's eighth-largest trading partner and fifth-largest export market in 2018-19, driven by coal and higher education
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