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MRL: A bane for India’s agricultural export ambitions
MRL: A bane for India’s agricultural export ambitions

While developed countries have traditionally been stringent on maximum residue limit or MRL norms, the same are now being adopted in bits and pieces by some developing countries. This is leading to st...

Solar Energy: Eclipsing the earth’s future?

Governments across the world are aggressively adopting solar energy. But given the harmful side effects of the technology in the form of waste, there is a need for stringent regulation of producers. ...

Dr Arpita Mukherjee TPCI IBT
Manufacturing firms must focus on automation, innovation & patenting

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, ICRIER, believes that the COVID-19 pandemic has fast tracked the adoption of technology in manufacturing, thereby making it critical for companies to have a high-skilled workforce...

Poland has a well-developed R&D and startup ecosystem

Ada Dyndo, Head of Foreign Trade Office in Mumbai, Polish Investment and Trade Agency talks about trade and investment opportunities between India and Poland. She emphasises that Poland is one of the ...

Rashmi Banga
ITA-2 could put India at a debilitating disadvantage in the digital age

Rashmi Banga, Senior Economic Officer, UNCTAD, explains the moot issues vis-à-vis the complaints made against India’s customs duties on electronics products under ITA-1, and how the agreement impac...

Manufacturing
India, COVID-19, and the grand manufacturing exodus

India has made progress on key parameters as a business destination. It retains strong advantages on parameters like macroeconomic stability, labour force, consumer market and financial ecosystem. But...

Agricultural
Mainstreaming India’s agricultural exports post-COVID-19

Dr Harbir Singh and Dr Alka Singh, ICAR-Indian Agricultural Research Institute, New Delhi, discuss the emerging international scenario in agricultural trade, and how India can better utilise its stren...

Global Value Chains
Global Value Chains: A critical focus area post-COVID

Strengthening India's backward linkages in global value chains is critical to improve domestic value addition, especially in high end manufactured products. Similarly, India's forward integration is w...

Investment_agriculture_TPCI
Indian agriculture’s investment riddle

National public investments in agricultural R&D, along with technology spillovers from other countries and the private sector, are significant sources of new technology driving growth in agriculture...

Will the world see a WTO 2.0 post-COVID?

Without a strong impetus from its Members, WTO may remain ineffective in its core mandate of managing international trade relations. The costs of this (economic or otherwise) may be too much to bear i...

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