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About 258 results for "globalisation and liberalisation"

India's telelcom sector: A revolution in true sense

There was no way this would have happened if liberalisation, privatisation and globalisation had not been aggressively chased by consecutive governments. DNA, 3 days ago

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Globalising Indian Real Estate

An Insight into the Liberalised Regulatory Framework Governing Investments in Real Estate In a developing economy like India, real estate is one of the core areas contributing to the economic growth of the country by providing employment ...
 Lexology2 months ago
ProduceBusinessUK.com

Is There Need For a New Globalization?

Share this story By Clement Wulf-Soulage GLOBALIZATION is under strain as never before. Once upon a time, this liberal international order was trumpeted by the West as the new panacea for the socio-economic ills of developing countries. Now ...
 The Voice St Lucia2 weeks ago Globalisation ramps up fresh-produce evolution  ProduceBusinessUK.com1 week ago Globalisation cheerleader McKinsey Global Institute has second thoughts  Irish Examiner1 week ago

HIGHLIGHTS: G20 finance leaders discuss global economy, Brexit

CHENGDU, China (Reuters) - Finance leaders of the Group of G20 economies gathered in the southwestern Chinese city of Chengdu for a two-day meeting to discuss issues affecting the global economy ranging from growing dissatisfaction with globalisation and ...
 Sify1 day ago
catchnews.com

What Manmohan Singh has to say about the liberalisation of Indian economy, 25 years on

Today, if we are one of the fastest growing economies in the world, it has been possible only because of the liberalisation of Indias economy which took place on 1 July 1991. Then finance minister and former prime minister Manmohan Singh devalued the rupee ...
 catchnews.com3 weeks ago Uncertain liberalising in a changing world  Smart Investor4 weeks ago India's liberalised yet restrictive visa policy  Observer Research Foundation1 month ago What's Changed 25 Years Of Liberalised India?  Asian Lite1 month ago
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Rajan more Indian than many liberals: RSS ideologue

S Gurumurthy, a chartered accountant by profession, has been variously described as an RSS ideologue (although he holds no formal role in the organisation), an investigative journalist (although he is no hack) and a powerful business adviser ...
 Economic Times4 weeks ago Culturally, Rajan is more Indian than many of our liberals. My objections are about his policies: Gurumurthy  Times of India4 weeks ago Beyond cultural consumerism  The Friday Times3 weeks ago Don't doubt Rajan's Indianness; I only doubt his policymaking ability: RSS ideologue  Economic Times4 weeks ago

Brexit, and its likely outcomes

will be marked as a historical event that would have a far reaching global impact. Almost 110 years ago in 1805, Napoleon Bonaparte banned the entry of British goods in mainland Europe through a so called continental blockade policy. Since then, ...
 Kuensel Online3 weeks ago

China and the Deindustrialization of the European Union

Region: Asia, Europe Theme: Global Economy China and Europe need to work together, as historically it has been proven that this is the right course to follow. Debate over granting of MES [market economic status] to China goes beyond trade ...
 Global Research3 weeks ago Next to exit: Globalisation?  Asiaone3 weeks ago Brexit: Why Should Labour Support the Undemocratic European Union?: The Case to Leave  Global Research1 month ago Brexit: Rise of neo-nationalism and protectionism?  Bangladesh Daily Star4 weeks ago
Corriere della Sera

Florence up in Arms against McDonald's in Piazza Duomo

when McDonald's opened in Rome's Piazza di Spagna amidst heated controversy. This American colossus and symbol of globalised consumerism had burst into the centre of Rome, to set up shop in front of the most beautiful flight of steps in the world.
 Corriere della Sera3 weeks ago
DNA India

McLuhan did not know that the village would be disconnected

At a time when all of us were convinced that globalisation was firmly perched in the world economic order and that regional trade blocs such as the European Union were the only way forward, here came the divorce of the century -- Brexit. Until a ...
 DNA India4 weeks ago
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