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Latest Articles in globalisation

Sunrise, Day One, Year 2020

Knowledge-rich nations will have to re-learn how to compete and survive against highly agile and low-cost brilliance shining in dozens of new emerging powerhouse nations. The monopoly of knowledge has been shattered

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Politics Of Policy | Globalisation Is Killing Globalisation

At World Economic Forum’s annual summit in Davos, it was evident that business and political leaders will have to scramble to save globalisation from itself

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Climate Control: Can We Save The Planet?

Harmful effects like pollution, deforestation and global warming are directly related to our increasing consumption and lifestyle patterns

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Age Of Abundance & President Trump

If Trumpization fails, the United States and the world will wake up to the realization that those nations that can get spell bounded with fake news must come to grip with the real and hidden powers of each and every citizen's single vote

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At Davos, Retreat Of Globalisation Stokes Fears For Poor Nations

If a mix of accelerating automation and trade protectionism is the defining economic climate of the moment, globalisation may well be in decline, and developing nations that failed to capitalise on the past two decades of economic integration may have missed the boat altogether

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Trumponomics: Outsourcing After US Policies Turn Protectionist

India-based IT companies must innovate more on automation technologies. Robotic process automation will be the next opportunity

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Trump And Bulldozers Of Prosperity

Trumpization of America, the strategic blueprint of Trump's election victory game plan, is now available as a working guide for the decimated senior political punditry and pollsters around the world

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Making The World Prosperous Again

The so-called 'organized and established world' increasingly appears to have little or nothing to offer in order to create grass roots prosperity

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A Lost Comparative Advantage? India's Electronic Hardware Industry

With a flourishing service sector in the ICT segment, as well as an explosive and recurring household consumer demand for electronics, it is alarming that India's domestic production has been unable to tap into this gold mine

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Down But Certainly Not Out

Globalisation gets a boost with Vietnam embracing the US-led trans Pacific trade pact and Obama’s ice-breaking visit to Havana

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Free Trade Under Threat

The US presidential poll campaign has tuned ominous with candidates blaming globalisation for all the country’s ills

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