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January 2020: India in the World Trade Order 2020?

India and the US are looking for an “exclusive partnership” that can give companies of both the nations preferential market access, India’s outgoing Ambassador to the US Harsh Vardhan Shringla has said. An exclusive partnership in trade that can give US companies preferential market access to India and Indian companies the preferential market access to

December 2019: Season’s Greetings to the $1 Trillion India’s retail sector?

The Indian economy centres itself around consumption, as more than three fifths of the country are consumers. And though we have seen economic slowdown in sectors like housing, retail loans, automobiles and manufacturing, the FMCG sector is in a much better place. We’re still growing, though the pace of this growth can be debated. With

November 2019: Will India Dominate Global Growth in 2024?

The global economy is weighed down by Trade conflicts and that has hindered international trade and led to uncertainty. It is expected to see slower growth in the next five years. As per a report from IMF, China’s share of global GDP growth is expected to fall from 32.7% in 2018-2019 to 28.3% by 2024,

September 2019: India and the Pacific Alliance – The Future Prospects

The Pacific Alliance (PA) is a Latin American trade bloc, formed by Chile, Colombia, Mexico and Peru, which all border the Pacific Ocean. These countries have come together to form an area of integration with the purpose of ensuring complete freedom in the movement of goods, services, capital, and people. Together the four countries have

August 2019: India, A USD 5 Trillion Economy by 2025 with growing ‘Export Share?’

India is currently a $2.8 trillion economy, and for it to become a $5 trillion economy, it will have to grow well above the rate of 12% in terms of nominal growth in dollar terms. In the run-up to the annual budget on 5 July, India’s New finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman faced three main demands

July 2019 – Has The Rise of Emerging Economies Disrupted Global Trade?

About twenty years ago, 62 % of all bilateral trade was between rich countries— the U.S., Canada, and Europe—according to a Bloomberg analysis. Now that share has come down to 47 percent as developing nations become more prominent trading partners. The value of trade between emerging economies has increased 10-fold during that period. Trade with Latin American and