A downturn in the distance
Rohit Deshpande - Jun 17,2020
Every month, about 1 million people enter the workforce in India. This includes Postgraduate students, Undergraduate students, High School pass-outs, and people entering as uneducated laborers.
Why Aatmanirbhar Bharat Abhiyan isn’t as self reliant as it seems
Team Paradigm - Jun 02,2020
Prime minister Narendra Modi and Finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman’s Aatmanirbhar package, announced earlier this month, is nothing short of a grand marketing stunt that many have already fallen prey to.
How India is luring US companies
Riya Rajayyan - May 17,2020
After US President Donald Trump blamed China for the Covid-19 outbreak, which has killed a quarter-million people worldwide, China’s global trade ties are worsening as companies and governments move resources out of the world’s second-largest economy to diversify supply chains. India is seeking to lure U.S. businesses, including medical devices giant Abbott Laboratories, to relocate from China. The government in April reached out to more than 1,000 companies in the U.S. and through overseas missions to offer incentives for manufacturers seeking to move out of China.
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