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June 26, 2020

A hawkish opposition to Chinese imports is ill-founded

Nissy Solomon and Gazi Hassan The ongoing political tension between India and China is transcending into an economic clash. While the Indian defence is busy handling the territorial borders, various agencies believe that boycotting Chinese goods would be one of […]
October 5, 2015

Oil Price Crash – What’s in store for India?

  How India can gain from the reduced Oil Price? Should we reduce subsidies? Should we store more oil? Archana Mavanur, Research Intern at CPPR explore these questions in CPPR blog. Read more at http://cppr.blogspot.in/2015/10/oil-price-crash-whats-in-store-for-india.html
December 24, 2014

India Trade Report

By Fernando Posadas Pas* India is one of the largest economies in the World; however, much smaller economies such as South Korea, Singapore, Netherlands or Hong Kong have larger trade flows by value. The reason is that India still has […]
October 25, 2014

Entry of foreign players will encourage best practices in liquor sector: CPPR Study, The Hindu BusinessLine

Entry of foreign players will encourage best practices in liquor sector: Study V SAJEEV KUMAR Think tank urges States to give up predatory pricing policies KOCHI, OCTOBER 19: Research by a Kochi-based think tank has suggested liberalisation of India’s liquor […]
June 10, 2013

Can Inflation Index Bonds replace gold as a safe investment….???

India is the world’s largest consumer of gold, accounting for some 20 percent of the world’s demand. In India gold is historically and culturally tied to the concepts of wealth and prosperity. The demand for gold has been increasing drastically in […]

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