Chennai Connect doesn't improve India-China trade ties



China had been trying hard to enter the Indian market, without opening its own to Indian products.



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India Inc still reeling under the menace of data theft



Around 41 per cent of these companies saw such instances, compared to the global average of 29 per cent. India’s number is higher than other countries such as the United States (26 per cent), the United Kingdom (32 per cent) and Japan (27 per cent). It is also worse than other emerging markets. China had 39 per cent of firms affected by data theft. It was 19 per cent and 16 per cent for Brazil and Russia, respectively.



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Economy is the elephant in the room



Prime Minister Modi should realise that his favourite preoccupation of India’s standing in the comity of nations depends more on its economic destiny rather than aggressive diplomacy, says Shrekant Sambrani.



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US-China trade war a 'golden' opportunity for India



The US is the largest consumer of gems and jewellery in the world contributing nearly 40 per cent of global production.



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Death of India's telcos



‘In the headlong rush to 5G, pause to ponder: How much capital invested in 4G will be destroyed? What happens to the outstanding debt of Rs 4.3 trillion? If an auction is held, can the domestic banking industry fund the requirements? Would a hasty auction end up helping only deep pockets and move the industry to a monopoly?’ asks Rahul Khullar.



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Customers hope for windfall, put off selling old gold



Forecasts of a further rise in bullion prices keep Indians away from selling gold.



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India must withdraw 'unacceptable' tariffs: Trump



The Trump administration wants Prime Minister Modi to lower the trade barriers and embrace “fair and reciprocal” trade.



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