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Global economy depends on more than India in 2016

By Peter Thal Larsen and Robyn Mak The authors are Reuters Breakingviews columnists. The opinions expressed are their own. India will not rescue the global economy in 2016. The subcontinent’s expanding GDP is one of next year’s few economic bright

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Chinese Views on Global Governance Since 2008–9: Not Much New Michael D. Swaine

Chinese Views on Global Governance Since 2008–9: Not Much New Michael D. Swaine* China’s global governance ideology shows much continuity between pre and post-2008–9 periods. Authoritative, semi-authoritative, and nonauthoritative sources on Chinese views all generally indicate that China’s proposed changes

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The way out of the economic tailspin and his letter to Prime Minister — Dr Subramanian Swamy

As it stands at present, the Indian economy is headed for a crisis and a crash by early 2016. The government needs a Crisis Management Team of politicians and economists rooted in Indian ethos and not compliant to international finance institutions like the IMF and the World Bank.

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‘Indian economy will be good in 2016’

Indian economy is poised to do well next year also and the growth rate is expected to be in the range of 7.5 per cent in 2016 as it along with China will become the two best-performing nations in the world, observed World Bank Chief Economist and former Economic Advisor to India Kaushik Basu on Tuesday.

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London the financial heartthrob of the world, established itself by the plundered wealth of our forefathers.

London the financial heartthrob of the world, established itself by the plundered wealth of our forefathers. Though it is a bitter history of India, we Indians overcame that. Everyone knows the history of India. But not all knows how much

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Keeping Prices of Pulses in Control: 10 Awesome Steps Modi Govt. is Taking

We have here a grave problem – despite being the world’s largest producer of pulses, India’s domestic consumption outstrips its production. So far, the shortfall has been met by imports, but this has lead to a drastic rise in prices,

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China creates a World Bank of its own, and the US balks

BEIJING: As top leaders met at a lush Bali resort in October 2013, President Xi Jinping of China described his vision for a new multinational, multibillion-dollar bank to finance roads, rails and power grids across Asia. Under Chinese stewardship, the

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What is Google’s success secret? How can a company amass $9.7 billion revenues, mostly from advertising? :Google’s Two Secrets of Success

Google’s startling performance raises anew the question: What is Google’s success secret? How can a company amass $9.7 billion revenues, mostly from advertising? The answer to the first question is certainly leadership and innovation in the fastest growing areas of

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Govt. has received Rs 1.13-lakh crore electronic manufacturing proposals

NEW DELHI: The government today said it has received proposals worth Rs 1.13 lakh crore in the electronics manufacturing segment from major brands under the modified special incentive package scheme (M-SIPS). “So far, M-SIPS, DeitY, has received 156 proposals with

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India outpaces China as the World’s Fastest Growing Economy

India has reported that its economy grew at 7.4% in the third quarter. This makes it the fastest growing large economy on the planet: and more importantly to the Indian government, this means it is growing faster than the economy

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Why Cameron is pulling out all the stops for India’s Modi

IImage captionDavid Cameron is getting ready to roll out the red carpet for Narendra Modi The leader of the fastest growing large economy in the world is visiting Britain. No, President Xi Jinping of China isn’t back for second helpings

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The End of Globalization?

Globalization has been a fact of life for decades, but how long will it continue in its current form? A new report from the Credit Suisse Research Institute (CSRI) considers three potential futures for our increasingly interconnected world.   The

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