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Size and speed matter

I have been writing on the remarkable strides made by the Chinese economy in recent decades and the impressive clout gained by her in the international arena. My recent visit provided an opportunity to look at her strengths. During a recent visit to China I was surprised to come across several

Things are not bad. They are, actually, good!

Dear Finance Minister: The Indian economy is showing signs of slow a down, when one measures its performance from the conventional yardstick, viz., the growth in GDP. But the relevance of this method has crossed its sell-by date. There is no appropriate tool to measure the health of a deflationary economy. Analysts

TN will push up capex…

Tamil Nadu, the second largest state economy after Maharashtra, is predominately a service economy with 51.86 per cent contributed by the services sector, 36.24 per cent by secondary sector and 11.90 per cent by the primary sector. The state economy is resilient and is quick to recover after some years of

IE 1968-running

Over the last 50 years, a few happenings grabbed our attention. And we have taken a strong stand on some of these. Here’s an incomplete list. THE teenage YEARS The 20th annual issue (Jan-Feb 1990), a 200-page tome began with a dramatic statement. Editor Viswanathan said that the most signifiant aspect of