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#Indian Economy: आर्थिक विकास के लिए निर्यात को बढ़ावा देना कितना ज़रूरी?
Sep 07, 2022

#Indian Economy: आर्थिक विकास के लिए निर्यात को बढ़ावा देना कितना ज़रूरी?

आर्थिक विकास के लिए व्यापार घाटा कम करना ज़रूरी है. बेहतर

#Indian Economy: आर्थिक विकास के लिए निर्यात को बढ़ावा देना कितना ज़रूरी?
Sep 07, 2022

#Indian Economy: आर्थिक विकास के लिए निर्यात को बढ़ावा देना कितना ज़रूरी?

आर्थिक विकास के लिए व्यापार घाटा कम करना ज़रूरी है. बेहतर

2030 तक 2-ट्रिलियन अमेरिकी डॉलर का निर्यात लक्ष्य बेहद करीब
Apr 06, 2023

2030 तक 2-ट्रिलियन अमेरिकी डॉलर का निर्यात लक्ष्य बेहद करीब

भारत की विदेश व्यापार नीति 2023 तक ख़ुद को देश की बढ़ती आर्थि�

2030 पर्यंत US$ 2-ट्रिलियन निर्यातीचे लक्ष्य
Sep 28, 2023

2030 पर्यंत US$ 2-ट्रिलियन निर्यातीचे लक्ष्य

भारताचे परकीय व्यापार धोरण 2023 हे देशाच्या वाढत्या आर्थिक महत्त्वाकांक्षेशी जुळवून घेत आहे.

A fact sheet on the military capabilities of G20 countries
Feb 14, 2023

A fact sheet on the military capabilities of G20 countries

This fact sheet explains the defence spending and the defence exports of the G20 countries

A growth agenda for India- Australia economic ties
Jun 03, 2024

A growth agenda for India- Australia economic ties

Recent steps forward on the trade front have also cleared the way for greater ambition in the partnership

A policy to replicate BrahMos' success
Feb 24, 2022

A policy to replicate BrahMos' success

India's defence export policy did help in accelerating and convincing Manila about the merits of purchasing the BrahMos

A record boom
Dec 13, 2023

A record boom

India is still a net importer, but its momentum is in the right direction.

A treaty in progress
Jul 31, 2012

A treaty in progress

The Arms Trade Treaty being an instrument impacting many countries, it is important for it to come into being through consensus. A treaty without support from major exporting and importing countries would undermine its very purpose.

Acting East: Indian defence co-operation in Asia
Sep 05, 2019

Acting East: Indian defence co-operation in Asia

India must remember that it is only by exporting to Asia that it can transform its ‘Act East’ policy from being a tokenistic one into an influenti

Africa is rising but so is hunger
May 27, 2019

Africa is rising but so is hunger

Higher growth and higher export earnings based on exports of natural resources will not help Africa achieve the zero-hunger goal.

Aim at zero-defect products
Apr 14, 2015

Aim at zero-defect products

The new foreign trade policy (2015-20) announced by the Commerce Minister recently is aimed at doubling India's exports from $465.9 billion in 2013-14 to $900 billion in 2020. However, for this, India has to gain the reputation of producing good quality, zero-defect products which can compete in international markets. To achieve this goal, much needs to be done.

Analysing the trends in China-Pakistan arms transfer
Jun 14, 2019

Analysing the trends in China-Pakistan arms transfer

The Beijing-Islamabad bonhomie is a given fact for making strategic calculations in the subcontinent.

Australian agriculture amidst droughts: Productivity gains and integration into global value chains key to global competitiveness
Feb 11, 2022

Australian agriculture amidst droughts: Productivity gains and integration into global value chains key to global competitiveness

Despite extreme climate events, through timely policy measures, Australia has not only achieved food security but also has become a large exporter

Bangladesh’s economic future: A seven-point agenda
Jan 11, 2024

Bangladesh’s economic future: A seven-point agenda

With Awami League winning the 4th consecutive term, this re-election opens up interesting implications for the country’s economic future

Between Rhetoric and Strategy: Analysing Evolving European Approaches Towards China
Feb 29, 2024

Between Rhetoric and Strategy: Analysing Evolving European Approaches Towards China

Europe’s relationship with China has transformed in recent years, with Chinese behaviour and actions now increasingly at odds with European values and interests. As Europe adjusts to new global realities amid a full-fledged war, the European Union (EU) and its member states are recalibrating their strategies and relationships with China. This paper aims to decipher these evolutions by assessing the EU approach and those of certain key European

Bhutan: Prospects of powering the sub-region
Oct 25, 2013

Bhutan: Prospects of powering the sub-region

Bhutan, the tiny South Asian country, is a power-house literally. Power constitutes the country's single largest export item. The Himalayan kingdom is located in one of the fastest growing regions of the world.

Bhutan’s crypto mining bets: Decoding economic and foreign policy implications
May 28, 2024

Bhutan’s crypto mining bets: Decoding economic and foreign policy implications

The growth of crypto mining in Bhutan has brought its fair share of benefits and challenges

C+C5 Summit: Beijing’s increasing shadow over Central Asia
May 29, 2023

C+C5 Summit: Beijing’s increasing shadow over Central Asia

Amidst rising anti-China protests in Central Asian countries, Xi attempts to project Beijing as a partner and not a hegemon during the recent China-Ce

Can 'Make in India' deliver?
Dec 26, 2014

Can 'Make in India' deliver?

The Narendra Modi government's 'Make in India' campaign, on the whole, seems out of sync with today's world where it doesn't matter where a product is made because even high exporting countries like China basically assembles parts made elsewhere in the world.

Can India and the EU operationalise their natural partnership?
May 13, 2021

Can India and the EU operationalise their natural partnership?

With the EU being India’s largest trading partner and the second-largest export destination, the economic logic of strong India-EU economic relations is self-evident. The two sides have also agreed to commence talks for a standalone investment protection pact and an accord on geographical indications

Can Indo-US strategic ties be the silver bullet for trade tensions?
May 23, 2019

Can Indo-US strategic ties be the silver bullet for trade tensions?

Over the past two years, the deficit between the US and India has been decreasing. US exports to India registered a 28% increase last year.

Can we make the CBAM work for India?
Apr 10, 2024

Can we make the CBAM work for India?

For India, the CBAM entails more than just export reductions to the EU. It also prompts concerns about equity, efficiency, and alignment with certain

Carbon trading in India: Local actions for the global commons
Jan 10, 2024

Carbon trading in India: Local actions for the global commons

Indian enterprises stand at the threshold of a lucrative venture, tapping into the thriving global carbon trading markets. These entities also play a

Catalysing Cultural Entrepreneurship in India
Aug 14, 2023

Catalysing Cultural Entrepreneurship in India

Cultural entrepreneurship promotes a country’s heritage, resources and creative talents through products, services, and experiences. It shapes the country’s cultural economy; enables economic growth, innovation, and sociocultural development; and, when exported, contributes towards building soft power. India, with a millennia-old heritage, indigenous knowledge systems, and practices, has the potential to become a leading cultural and

China's protectionist tendencies will continue
Mar 22, 2017

China's protectionist tendencies will continue

Trade and investment promotion policy of China was largely driven by mercantilism — promoting exports more than imports by adopting protectionist po

China’s one belt one road project is paving its way into Europe
May 15, 2017

China’s one belt one road project is paving its way into Europe

China wants to move its manufacturing up the value chain to become a producer and exporter of high-value goods, for which Europe can be the best market.

China’s rapid growth in Africa: Lessons for India
Aug 23, 2017

China’s rapid growth in Africa: Lessons for India

Understanding the phenomenal increase in China’s exports to Africa — particularly manufactured exports — is imperative.

China’s Response to ‘De-risking’ Strategy of the West
Nov 07, 2023

China’s Response to ‘De-risking’ Strategy of the West

The annual parliamentary sittings of China’s National People’s Congress and the Chinese People’s Political Consultative Conference—usually held at the same time—are important political events, with speeches of leaders at the meetings reflecting the country’s policy trajectory. During the last sessions of both in March 2023, President Xi Jinping noted that western countries led by the United States (US) are seeking to “contain and en

China’s Solar Value Chain: The Early Drivers
Oct 03, 2022

China’s Solar Value Chain: The Early Drivers

China's export of cheap clean energy equipment is a public good as relatively poor countries can now afford large clean energy projects

Control inflation by non-monetary means
Oct 22, 2010

Control inflation by non-monetary means

India may have to apply capital controls in the future like Brazil has done to regulate the inflow of FIIs, and there could be more effective intervention in the currency market by the RBI to stabilise the rupee to promote export growth.

Cooperation with China important for India's Eurasian energy policy
May 27, 2014

Cooperation with China important for India's Eurasian energy policy

For Russia and even Central Asian countries, China can act as a catalyst to market their hydrocarbon resources to South Asia and beyond, opening an opportunity for gas exports too. Russia's $400 billion gas deal with China is a case in point.

COVID-19: China and global supply chains
Apr 25, 2020

COVID-19: China and global supply chains

The role of China as the central hub in many global value chains has brought losses in global exports — Chinese suppliers are crucial for many indus

COVID-19: The lofty economic recovery for Latin America
Jan 27, 2021

COVID-19: The lofty economic recovery for Latin America

The sudden fall in commodity prices, export volumes, FDI redirection, and growing unemployment strongly disturbs Latin American economies.

Crisis in Niger: West Africa at the cusp of a proxy war
Aug 05, 2023

Crisis in Niger: West Africa at the cusp of a proxy war

Niger is quickly becoming a new flashpoint in great power competition as ECOWAS mulls military intervention in the wake of the coup in Niger

Debt ad Infinitum: Pakistan’s Macroeconomic Catastrophe
May 31, 2023

Debt ad Infinitum: Pakistan’s Macroeconomic Catastrophe

This paper dissects the causes behind Pakistan’s ongoing economic crisis. The causes include dwindling forex reserves, the phenomenon of ‘galloping inflation’, a falling Pakistani Rupee, uncompetitive and undiversified export basket, burgeoning external debt, lack of fiscal prudence, debt distress, and a worsening business environment—all cascading to a balance of payment crisis. While austerity measures, appeals for loan rollover to debt

Despite Shifts, Japan’s Defence and Security Policy Remains on Pacifist Ground
Aug 14, 2023

Despite Shifts, Japan’s Defence and Security Policy Remains on Pacifist Ground

In the past decade, Japan made certain critical changes in its defence and security policy. These include enhancing the country’s defence capabilities, introducing the right to collective self-defence, abandoning the ban on arms exports, strengthening its alliance with the United States, and promoting its vision of a ‘Free and Open Indo-Pacific’. Japan has introduced these changes incrementally, as a response to changing strategic circumsta

Does India benefit from a Sino-US trade conflict?
Sep 19, 2020

Does India benefit from a Sino-US trade conflict?

With its current status as the seventh largest global economy, but only the twentieth largest goods exporter — the extent to which India will benefi

EU-India FTA: GDPR’s trade barrier needs to be dealt with
Mar 12, 2024

EU-India FTA: GDPR’s trade barrier needs to be dealt with

Official effort must be made to make Indian firms aware and capable of dealing with GDPR compliance

Explained: India’s arms imports from Russia
May 17, 2022

Explained: India’s arms imports from Russia

The dependence on Russian exports will most likely disappear if current TIV trends continue.

FDI opening timed wrongly
Dec 05, 2011

FDI opening timed wrongly

Opening up retail trade should not have happened at a time when inflation is high, GDP growth rate is falling, industrial growth and exports are declining. Unfortunately, it would take a long time for the multi-brand retailers to establish their own supply chains and hence inflation is unlikely to come down in the near future.

Finding Solutions to Water Scarcity: The Potential of Virtual Water Trade in Agricultural Products
Feb 01, 2021

Finding Solutions to Water Scarcity: The Potential of Virtual Water Trade in Agricultural Products

This paper analyses the patterns of virtual water trade (VWT) in agricultural products across the globe—VWT is the flow of water embedded in goods and services when they are traded—and the implications for alleviating water scarcity. Virtual water trade has been crucial in ameliorating water scarcity in virtual water-importing nations. At the same time, it has led to per capita water availability declining at a more rapid rate among the net v

Fiscal love for a sullen electorate
Dec 22, 2016

Fiscal love for a sullen electorate

Exports are in free fall. The import bill is increasing as oil prices continue to rise under international oil cartel's diktats. Fiscal anyone?

Foreign trade and Northeast India
Jul 30, 2015

Foreign trade and Northeast India

India's total trade deficit with the world now is USD 13472.18 millions. A major component of Indian exports is agricultural commodities. The northeastern region performs well in horticulture. However, challenges to the produce finally turning into exports remain unaddressed for long.

Green protectionism in the Global North: Implications for the Global South
Dec 05, 2023

Green protectionism in the Global North: Implications for the Global South

The barriers erected by the Global North are intended to facilitate domestic investment in green energy industries but they will curtail the productio

Impact of US withdrawal of GSP on India
Jun 13, 2019

Impact of US withdrawal of GSP on India

Withdrawal of the GSP will hamper India’s export growth to the US.

Inclusive India: The Foreign Trade Policy 2023
Apr 14, 2023

Inclusive India: The Foreign Trade Policy 2023

The new policies ensure that smaller vendors, businesses, and local artisans can access international markets, thus, making them a part of India’s e