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Aditi Nayar economy
Indian economy may eke out a marginal GDP growth in Q4

Aditi Nayar, Principal Economist, ICRA, cautions that while industrial indicators are recovering post the June quarter when GDP decline was recorded at -23.9%, services sector growth has stalled. She ...

Reorganising employment structure: The COVID-19 opportunity

India can use the COVID-19 pandemic as an opportunity to correct aberrations in its employment structure and strengthen manufacturing competitiveness....

Japanese economy
Economic times of Japan: All that glitters is not gold

Japan has kept COVID cases low, but it needs a far greater push to revive its economy, with weak outlook across manufacturing, services, trade and domestic consumer sentiment. Government has to spend ...

Services Trade
Services sector: In the eye of the COVID-19 storm

After a positive growth performance in 2019, global services trade is expected to be directly hit by the economic fallout of COVID-19. India’s services activity showed unprecedented contraction in A...

TPCI-IBT-Dr-Tripati-Rao
Deep state intervention is a must to revive the economy

Prof D. Tripati Rao, IIM Lucknow, strongly supports the immediate employment of well-directed countercyclical fiscal levers by the government - goods and services, resources on transfer payments, and ...

Vishwanath Pingali
Post-COVID economy: Livelihood has started taking precedence

Prof  Viswanath Pingali, IIM Ahmedabad, cautions that if India continues with stringent measures to control the pandemic, we may not be able to ensure livelihoods for much longer. He also supports ur...

TPCI-IBT-Business-Perspectives
Regional Economic Integration in Africa- Possibilities for India

Different parts of Africa have different appetite and liberalization norms for ‘Services’. There is a need for region-specific trade and services negotiations, if India has to gain maximum from an...


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