Trade agreement

TPCI_India-Chile
India and Chile plan to expand the PTA and include services and investment

HE Mr. Juan Rolando Angulo Monsalve, Ambassador of Chile to India, talks about the trade relationship between India and Chile. While discussing the planned PTA expansion and focus areas of renewable e...

TPCI-GCC
India-GCC FTA: Preparing to take the crucial step

There is still a lot to be done to fine tune the structure of the India-GCC trade agreement. Further, these negotiations must also revolve around services as GCC has a lot to gain from India's experti...

India-UK trade deal: A post-Brexit perspective

A CATR report on India-UK trade Agreement concludes that UK's GDP per capita and overall GDP are more significant determinants of India's export trend as compared to trade barriers. The report project...

India-china-bangladesh TPCI
India-Bangladesh trade, and the tricky Chinese connect

India was the largest exporter to Bangladesh initially, but has been replaced by China over the years. Both Bangladesh and India need to work on collaborative mechanisms to boost their trade relations...

Prof Rupa Chanda, RBI Chair of Economics, IIM Bangalore
India’s RCEP exit: Countries can benefit even without free trade agreements

Prof Rupa Chanda, RBI Chair of Economics, IIM Bangalore, talks about possible regions where India can pursue greater trade integration post its exit from RCEP. At the same time, she asserts that FTAs ...

India post-RCEP: New chapter for Act East policy?

India's concerns on possible rise in trade deficit with RCEP participation are understandable, but it should actively consider other ways of engaging with value chains of East and Southeast Asia, besi...

Prof Amita Batra
India should renegotiate RCEP in the near future

Prof Amita Batra, Centre for South Asian Studies, JNU, asserts that while US and EU have been traditionally large markets for India, integrating with the countries of East Asia and Southeast Asia is i...

India in G20
India’s post-COVID trade blueprint from a G-20 framework

As India looks to revive its trade agreements with partners in the post-COVID scenario, the G-20 naturally takes precedence, as it accounts for over 70% of global trade. A preliminary analysis confirm...

TPCI-IBT-Business-Perspectives
Is Green Corridor a new trade instrument in coming years?

With trade between Russia and India far below its potential, the two countries are contemplating creating a ‘green corridor’ for the smooth transit of goods. But what is the idea behind this green...

TPCI-IBT-Business-Perspectives
Trilateral to Multilateral: A scope of expanding ASEAN trade

There are three trade related impediments to an upsurge in India- ASEAN trade ties- inadequate infrastructure, no regional transit trade and consequently, high trade costs (especially transport costs)...

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