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10k apiece: Will corporate bonds matter now in India?
Indian Economy | Economics and Finance | Economic Reforms Jun 10, 2024

10k apiece: Will corporate bonds matter now in India?

The recent approval by SEBI to reduce the face value of privately placed debt securities can boost demand for corporate bonds, but the impacts of this policy need close monitoring. ...

Arab states and China tighten partnership at a time of turmoil
International Affairs | International Trade and Investment Jun 10, 2024

Arab states and China tighten partnership at a time of turmoil

China’s primary chase in West Asia remains economic and it will continue to push for economic integration despite the region’s challenges. ...

How a tiny country competes with China in honey exports
Climate, Food and Environment | International Trade and Investment Jun 10, 2024

How a tiny country competes with China in honey exports

In a world dominated by cheap and adulterated honey, New Zealand exports high-value honey. This strategy has helped them compete with China. ...

The fate of the European Green Deal
Climate, Food and Environment | Climate Change Jun 08, 2024

The fate of the European Green Deal

With the 2024 European Parliament elections taking place from 6-9 June, the fate of the European Green Deal hangs in the balance. ...

Seychelles’ calibrated approach towards maritime dependency
Defence and Security | Maritime Security Jun 07, 2024

Seychelles’ calibrated approach towards maritime dependency

Given its location and its capabilities, Seychelles is well-placed to mitigate sea-borne challenges by cooperating with major players. ...

The end of America’s Pan-Sahel vision
International Affairs Jun 07, 2024

The end of America’s Pan-Sahel vision

Does the withdrawal of the US  troops from Niger mark the end of America’s Pan-Sahel vision? ...

Securing our future through NourishNet
Sustainable Development Jun 07, 2024

Securing our future through NourishNet

By incorporating prevention, protection, participation, and policy, NourishNet tackles the interconnected challenges of food safety, security, and sustainability. ...

New urban climate policy: Making our cities “Tall, Green and Walkable
Climate, Food and Environment | Climate Change Jun 06, 2024

New urban climate policy: Making our cities “Tall, Green and Walkable

Over the next two decades, as most Indian cities will urbanise, we have a window of opportunity of making the cities “Tall, Green and Walkable”. ...

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Mohnish Kedia

Mohnish Kedia

Mohnish is pursuing his PhD at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), National University of Singapore. He is theoretically interested in policy design, comparative public policy, and governance, with domain interests in social, environmental, and urban policy. ...

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Mohnish Kedia

Mohnish is pursuing his PhD at the Lee Kuan Yew School of Public Policy (LKYSPP), National University of Singapore. He is theoretically interested in policy design, comparative public policy, and governance, with domain interests in social, environmental, and urban policy. ...

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