Perspectives

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Leverage Italian Ports for Boosting Fruit Export to Europe

To raise our exports to EU 2 to 3 times by 2030, India should consider Italian ports for exporting products to Central Europe. This will help exporters save a minimum of 4-5 days of sailing time....

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For Mode 1 services, India needs to build skills in futuristic technologies

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, Professor at ICRIER shares her views on the rapid growth of Mode 1 services, and how India should be prepared for the next phase of digitalization in services trade. She emphasize...

Accelerating Trade 4.0: The new paradigm of business

Disruptive technologies or Trade 4.0 technologies are bringing a paradigm transformation to global industrial and trade competitiveness. To ensure more equitable trade recovery post-pandemic, it is vi...

Prof Rupa Chanda, RBI Chair of Economics, IIM Bangalore
Mode 3 in healthcare exports can help India address challenges in other modes

Dr Rupa Chanda, Professor, Indian Institute of Management, Bangalore, talks about the prospects of India as a healthcare hub post-COVID, and which modes will be most promising. In her view, Mode 3 and...

Indian exporters don’t trust online channels for cross-border trade
Decoding the right market selection & entry strategies

Dr. Rajendra Prasad Sharma, Professor of Marketing, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade and a thought leadership member of the Committee for Advanced Trade Research, TPCI, believes that right market sel...

A roadmap for Indian exporters

Prof Harsh V. Verma, Faculty of Management Studies, Delhi University, believes that for Indian exporters to expand their global footprint, it is very important for them to compete with China while loo...

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Promoting Exports through the DESH Bill 2022

The draft DESH Bill (2022) has removed the NFE criteria and addressed some of the most pressing concerns of SEZ units. While the Bill is the right step in terms of designing a policy on non-fiscal inc...

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India can be the ‘healthcare guru’ in five years

Dr. Girdhar Gyani, Director General, Association of Healthcare Providers (India), discusses the pivotal transitions in India’s healthcare sector over the past five years. He also proposes strategies...

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WTO Reform: India’s Challenging Position

Dr Sunitha Raju deliberates on the WTO's work programme post-pandemic, the dilemma of diverse concerns of developing nations, challenges faced in consensus building and proposed negotiation strategies...

In healthcare services exports, Mode 1 & 2 could see higher synergies

Dr Pralok Gupta, Associate Professor, Centre for WTO Studies and Member, Committee for Advanced Trade Research, talks about India’s prospects and possible strategies for growth in healthcare service...

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