User: newstrust Topic: Business
Category: Global Economy :: India and Global Economy
Last updated: Aug 27 2015 12:52 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Force China to open its markets for Indian goods 19.9.2015 Rediff: Top Stories (India)
'India needs to adopt a more proactive policy of triggering exports to China.'
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India - we can take the economic lead as China stumbles 27.8.2015 BBC: Business
Finance minister, Arun Jaitley, tells the BBC this is the moment for India's "economic miracle" to take hold.
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Top Tata man says UK should stay in EU 27.8.2015 BBC: Business
Tata's head of strategy says it would be better for our business if the UK stayed in the European Union.
WTO rules against India in solar dispute with US: report 27.8.2015 Hindu: News
The panel found India violated global trade rules by imposing local content requirements for solar cells and solar modules.
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Australian firm to explore gas in Myanmar 27.8.2015 New Kerala: World News
Yangon, Aug 27 : An Australian firm has signed a production sharing contract with Myanmar to explore gas in the Mottama offshore area, according to an official report.
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China has been showing signs of economic slowdown, trade partners say 27.8.2015 LA Times: Top News
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Spotlight on green news & views: Wildfires; First Nations battle Chevron; cow power; the Black Hills 27.8.2015 Daily Kos
See RockyMtnHigh's post . The Green Spotlight will not appear Saturday, Aug. 29. Environmentally oriented diaries published between now and then will be included in the Spotlight published Wednesday, Sept. 2. Spotlight on Green News & Views (previously known as the Green Diary Rescue) appears twice a week, on Wednesdays and Saturdays. The most recent Spotlight can be seen here . More than 23,330 environmentally oriented diaries have been rescued for inclusion in this series since 2006. Inclusion of a diary in the Spotlight does not necessarily indicate my agreement with or endorsement of it. Offering tobacco and bottled water for a sea of oil, Chevron gets booted from indigenous territory —by citisven: "No, this is not the 17th century: Chevron engineers, looking to frack billions of cubic feet of gas from indigenous Unist’ot’en territory in British Columbia, did indeed try to get past the tribe's roadblock a few weeks ago. Trying to keep out oil and gas pipelines from deep within their unceded ...
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Looming crisis 27.8.2015 Hindu: Home
The crisis-ridden textile sector, being labour-intensive, should have been an ideal candidate for a push as part of the Prime Minister’s pet ‘Make in India’ initiative, but as the issues it is mir...
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Indian-descent Silicon Valley securities analyst charged with insider trading 26.8.2015 New Kerala: World News
New York, Aug 26 : A young Silicon Valley investment banker of Indian descent and two of his friends have been charged with insider trading in a scheme that allegedly netted them more than $600,000, Assistant Attorney General Leslie Caldwell announced Tuesday.
In Islamic State war, like others, heritage always a target 26.8.2015 AP Top News
CAIRO (AP) -- A nearly 2,000-year-old temple in the Syrian city of Palmyra this week was the latest victim in the Islamic State group's campaign of destruction of historic sites across the territory it controls in Iraq and Syria....
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Losing the plot 26.8.2015 Hindu: Opinion
Pakistan’s inconsistent stand, as far as pursuing peace with India is concerned, is revealed in its lack of preparedness to hold fruitful dialogue, be it the LoC ceasefire, containing cross-border...
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'Not all about China,' says India's Rajan 25.8.2015 BBC: Business
India's central bank head on recent market turmoil
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Why global markets are feeling tremors from China's meltdown 25.8.2015 Rediff: Columns
The WTO toolkit provides various instruments to deal with such situations - anti-dumping duties, countervailing duties and safeguard measures.
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Stock market slide continues in Beijing 25.8.2015 Washington Post
BEIJING — China’s stock market opened sharply lower again on Tuesday but other Asian markets managed to recover some ground in early trade. China’s stock market woes have helped to fuel a global sell-off in shares that gathered pace on Monday, with the Dow Jones Industrials index swinging wildly before ending nearly 600 points in the red.Read full article ...
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Modi and the world 25.8.2015 Telegraph: Opinion
Rarely, if ever, has any prime minister's foreign policy after only one year in office been scrutinized and analysed at home and abroad in the manner that Narendra Modi's has been. While apologists of the Congress claim that there has only been continuity in the policy and that the positive aspects were a legacy from the United Progressive Alliance's decade-long tenure, it is clear to any dispassionate observer that the feature of Modi's policy has been his departures from the received wisdom and traditional footprints.
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The new Great Game in Asia 25.8.2015 Hindu: Home
Two trade agreements, led by the U.S. and China, are only superficially about trade. Given the strategic subtext, India would do well to jostle for space at the table
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Bundchen wishes stepson b'day with adorable Insta family pic 24.8.2015 New Kerala: World News
Coimbatore (Tamil Nadu), Aug.24 : United States envoy to India Richard Verma on Monday listed four factors for producing safe food in the 21st century.
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'Nuclear power Pakistan knows to defend itself' 24.8.2015 New Kerala: World News
Islamabad, Aug 24 : Holding that as a nuclear-armed country, Pakistan knew how to defend itself, Sartaj Aziz, the prime minister's advisor on foreign affairs and national security, has accused India of acting like a regional superpower, a media report said on Monday.
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VIDEO: India’s women-only building sites 24.8.2015 BBC News: AsiaPacific
While domestic work in India is overwhelmingly done by women, construction is predominantly a male-dominated trade, but in the southern Indian state of Kerala, there's a scheme trying to change that.
China syndrome: how the slowdown could spread to the Brics and beyond 22.8.2015 The Guardian -- Front Page
Emerging markets, once the world’s great economic hope, could see the good times end as Beijing falters. We look at which countries are most vulnerable to the 21st century’s next financial crisis Tumbling share prices. A sell-off in commodity markets. Capital flight from some of the world’s riskier countries. Hints of a looming currency war. Financial markets ended last week in panic mode as fears emerged that the world was about to enter the next phase of the crisis that began eight years ago in August 2007. Back then, the problems began in the developed world – in American and European banks – and spread to the rest of the world. The bigger emerging markets – China and India most notably – recovered quickly and acted as the locomotive for global growth while the west was ...
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