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Indian students in US TPCI
Higher education: A pathway to economic development

India needs to focus on strategies to improve student-teacher ratio, enhance academic research in new age technologies and provide livelihood opportunities to students exploring the country in order t...

India, medical tourism, TPCI
Seize the Opportunity in Medical Tourism post Covid19

The huge backlog of elective surgeries in markets across the globe presents the Indian medical tourism sector with an unprecedented opportunity. India should ramp up on hospitals with JCI accreditatio...

Pulses-TPCI-IBT
Scripting an export success story for Indian pulses

India's pulses production has increased steadily over the past few years, consequently ensuring a drop in imports. It is an opportune time to leverage this rise to aggressively tap the international m...

Basanta K Sahu, farm reforms TPCI
Foreign Trade Policy: Trade facilitation more important than export incentives

Prof Basanta Sahu, Indian Institute of Foreign Trade, views that many exporters are not too concerned about current trade incentives. Instead, India’s focus should be more on choosing the right mark...

Woman entrepreneur-min
Womenometrics: The long-overdue rise of women startups in India

As the Government, along with private sector – incubators, accelerators, universities, associations, and industry bodies increasingly come together to support Indian women in their start-up journeys...

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Resolving India’s export credit issues to drive competitiveness

Financial institutions in India must strategize their export credit specifically for SME lending business to offer customised solutions that meet their needs....

Consumer goods trade
India’s consumer goods exports: At an inflexion point?

With policies that focus on sales performance and enhanced ease of doing business, India can aspire to replicate Chinese success in consumer goods....

Trade in COVID-19 related medical products: The Indian experience

The pandemic has evolved both as a challenge and an opportunity for India’s trade in medical products. The rising global demand for Indian COVID-19 vaccines may further give a boost to the sector. N...

Dr Arpita Mukherjee TPCI IBT
Foreign trade policy should focus more on vision for trade

Dr Arpita Mukherjee, Professor at ICRIER, proposes a step-by-step framework for India’s Foreign Trade Policy, where India should look at success stories from other countries, make subsidies WTO-comp...

India-idea.
The next decade could see many Indian innovative companies emerge

C S Murali, Chairman, Entrepreneurship Cell, Society for Innovation and Development, IISc Bangalore, discusses how the institute’s STEM incubation cell handholds startups towards successful commerci...

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