With the talks of a New Development Bank in China, BRICS has managed to raise some questions. Will the association of emerging markets manage to create stir in the the global economy or will it be another alliance of economies that just have meetings over nothing. Amidst many criticisms, economies of Brazil and Russia can pose more complication than contribution to the group. But it is definitely too early to completely write off BRICS.
On October 30, 2014 Paul Krugman wrote in New York Times ” Japan used to be a cautionary tale, but the rest of us have messed up so badly that it almost looks like a role model instead.” Japan’s economy has been in coma for the past 20 years and its revival has been the focus of many debates and case studies (and many criticisms). With promising reforms like Big Bang and Abenomics, it is important to check whether Japan has overcome some hurdles or whether the reforms proved to be a complete failure.
This article focuses on three economies that have been discussed a lot lately : India, China & USA. India and China are considered as emerging economies but have issues like population and poverty. We compare India & China to USA using IMF reports released in April, 2014 and information provided in Index of Economic Freedom, an annual guide published by The Wall Street Journal ,IMF data and The Heritage Foundation.
2014 witnesses general election in nine phases in India. Of course, no party ever wins with a majority and usually alliances form the government. However, the battle amongst Indian National Congress (Congress), Bhartiya Janata Party (BJP) & debutant Aam Aadmi Party (AAP) has created headlines. Indian markets keep a close watch on may 16 since it will decide the fate of the country.
2014 remains a year of expectations and recoveries since many economies will be witnessing the effects of amendments made in the previous year.This article focuses on the economies that can make it big in 2014. The article focuses on 3 economies that can be the largest in the world. The analysis is based on secondary research findings.The article is purely research based and any comments on the article are more than welcome!
The new state government in Delhi, Aam Aadmi Party( AAP) has blocked retail FDI in Delhi thus disappointing many industrialist, Investors, political parties and maybe even farmers who are longing for fair prices for the products sold by them to the middlemen.The article focuses the basics of FDIs and argues the step taken by the State Government of Delhi.
This article focusses on how a fall in the rupee can affect the budget of an Indian & a Non Resident Indian. A fall in the domestic currency works in opposite directions for the a resident and a non resident.