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India-US Trade Talks To Restart Friday Amid Few Signs Of A Compromise

Trade between and India and US was worth $142.1 billion in 2018, with India having a surplus of $24.2 billion.

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America-China Trade War: Historic Opportunity For India

The Belt and Road Initiative has received mixed responses from the western world and international financial bodies

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Trade War Opportunity For India

The rift between the two big economies also provides an opportune moment to aggressively woo investors into India as they seek relocation from China, before they are allured by others.

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Our Relations With China Are Not Directed Against Our Good Neighbour India: Nepal Ambassador Nilamber Acharya

In an exclusive interview with BW Businessworld, Acharya opens up about the Nepal’s relations with neighbours in changing times. He insists that more connectivity and trade with India will bring them further closer to each other.

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US, China Trade War: An Assessment

China’s huge domestic market is likely to act as a buffer and along with policy stimulus should be able to prevent a precipitous drop or plunge in growth over the coming quarters of 2019 and 2020.

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Trade: This Illusive Chinese Lantern

Sino-Indian diplomatic relations have been upbeat post-Doklam, but in the realm of trade India is still on the back foot. Moreover, the dragon still breathes fire down the BRI lane

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India Expresses Concern Over Widening Trade Deficit With China

India is working with the Chinese side for ensuring greater market access to the Indian agricultural products such as sugar and rice, as well as various fruits and vegetables, besides pharmaceuticals and IT, which are India's strengths

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In Search Of The Africa Manifesto

Why India needs an integrated approach to up its investment numbers in Africa and why it must match the political outreach with a robust economic model for the continent

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US, EU Agree To Iron Out Trade Dispute Through Talks

We met right here at the White House to launch a new phase in the relationship between the US and the European Union -- a phase of close friendship; of strong trade relations in which both of us will win; of working better together for global security and prosperity; and of fighting jointly against terrorism: Trump

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Indian Companies Create 18,000 Jobs In South Africa

Indian companies with operations in South Africa have invested more than $ 4 billion and created 18,000 direct jobs

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Exports Up 12.36% In December; Trade Deficit Widens To 3-Year High

Imports too surged significantly to $41.91 billion, up 21.12 per cent, on increased inbound shipments of crude oil and gold

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Nations With Healthy Trade Relations Seldom Go To War

Trade does bring people together. It may sound a little stretched, but it’s true that the human race is today living in one of the most peaceful phases of its existence.

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Our Nation Is In Urgent Need Of R&D In Field Of Agriculture, Trade: Mohan Bhagwat

Mohan Bhagwat, Chief, Rashtriya Swayamsewak Sangh (RSS) said on Monday (27 June) that nation has the lot to achieve in the field of agriculture with help of science-technology research

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Trade Tyranny: ‘Goodwill Growth’ Garbled

The author talks about the insinuated nuances that the protectionism or the restricted trade movement carries and why policy preclusions are necessary that tend to create a disparagement to goodwill gestures that arise out of development and thus restrain the freewill

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India Will Benefit From Donald Trump's Protectionist Measures, Suggests World Bank

South Asian countries in particular India need not worry much from potential protectionist measures from the US and other developed nations as such a move is bound to benefit them and open up new vistas of opportunities, a top World Bank official said

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