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On demonetisation
Posted on: 23 Dec 2016
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A symposium on Piketty: Introduction
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Emerging challenges: Economic and social
Posted on: 06 Aug 2014
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Tag: Pakistan

Boosting Indo-Pak agricultural trade
Ramesh Chand , Raka Saxena
Posted on: 02 Apr 2015
Topics:   Trade , Agriculture
Tags:   Pakistan


Despite close geographical proximity of India and Pakistan and implementation of SAFTA almost a decade ago, trade potential between the two countries remains largely unexploited. This column analyses trends in Indo-Pak trade in agriculture, which constitutes 43.6% of total Indo-Pak trade, and highlights opportunities for expanding trade in this sector.
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Turning to the pharmaceutical sector for enhancing India-Pakistan trade
Devyani Pande , Manoj Pant
Posted on: 23 Jul 2014
Topics:   Trade
Tags:   Pakistan


Various efforts have been made to normalise trade relations between India and Pakistan in the past few years; yet, several barriers remain. This column examines the trade potential in pharmaceuticals – a fast growing sector in world trade – between the two countries. It finds that there is huge, untapped potential in Indo-Pak pharmaceuticals trade, and suggests policy measures to propel trade and investment in the sector.
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Investment in Pakistan: Prospects and challenges for India
Samridhi Bimal
Posted on: 21 Jul 2014
Topics:   Economic Growth
Tags:   Pakistan , FDI


With the growing importance of India as a leading source of FDI in South Asia, and Pakistan’s liberal investment policies, there is great potential for Pakistan to attract FDI from India. This column examines prospects and challenges for Indian investment in Pakistan, and recommends policies that can create a mutually beneficial business environment for the two nations.
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How innovations in telecom can promote inclusive growth
Ashima Goyal
Posted on: 28 Mar 2014

Applications of Information and Communications Technology, such as mobile banking, have potential to promote inclusive growth and equity. This column analyses conditions under which innovations in ICT can benefit the less well off, and how such innovations can be expedited. It recommends public provision of supporting infrastructure, focusing on consumer needs and reducing transaction costs for consumers.
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