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Indo-US ties under Biden: Retrieving the momentum

Indo-US relations may remain complex under the Joe Biden administration, even as the former can expect a more pragmatic and 'multilateral' approach on trade issues. However, in the aftermath of the pa...

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...

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...

Jagdish N. Sheth Manufacturing
India can leverage contract farming to boost value added exports

Prof Jagdish Sheth takes a deep dive on the various models of contract farming that have evolved in the US over the past two centuries. If done right, he believes that it can help India exploit its un...

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Are India’s policies hurting WTO’s dictum?

WTO members have criticised measures like AatmaNirbhar Bharat to promote domestic manufacturing and import substitution. However, domestic support initiatives are being adopted by a number of other co...

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Sugar industry in 2021: From sweetness to mobility

Buoyed by government incentives, a shift to ethanol can bring stellar gains and more sustainability to the Indian sugar sector in 2021, especially as economies revive and crude prices surge....

Agrochemicals TPCI
Agrochemicals: New avenues for growth

India is the fifth largest producer and importer of agrochemicals. However, it needs to strengthen its presence in the herbicide segment, which is among the fastest growing segments in the industry gl...

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...

Brazil economy - What has helped it?
Brazil economy – early riser in the post-pandemic race?

Brazil has shown a relatively faster revival in its manufacturing sector led by a strong government stimulus to boost local employment, consumer demand and industrial growth. But will this eventually ...

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