#August 2017, #Middle East, #India & The World, #December 2017
An Indian banker set to expand his start-up base to the UAE elaborates on the reasons behind this move.
Rubique is a FinTech company based in Mumbai. We offer a lending marketplace platform which provides individuals and small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country with frictionless access to a wide range financial services products including loans, credit cards and insurance products.
#Commonwealth, #April 2017
India holds the key to taking the Commonwealth lead in sustainable solutions for development.
We face an immense global challenge of developing sustainably. We know climate change already contributes to migration and conflict. Some Commonwealth countries are unable to generate the economic growth they badly need to become more resilient. In contrast, India has developed successfully into the world’s seventh largest economy, and third largest by purchasing power parity, hence increasingly a world leader in economic growth.
#Snapshot 2016, #2016, #Yearend 2016
Indian companies – big corporates and smaller and medium enterprises – made considerable strides this year. ‘India Global Business’ reviews some of the progress in this deal tracker.
#Commonwealth, #April 2017, #COMMONWEALTH, #Special Edition – May 2017
The Commonwealth held a first-of-its-kind trade ministers’ meet recently to inject much-needed vigour into the organisation. The man behind the summit writes exclusively for ‘India Global Business’.
The inaugural Commonwealth Trade Ministers Meeting (CTTM) on 9th March 2017 was an important moment for the Commonwealth. As many as 35 trade ministers from across the world, including Australia, Bangladesh, Canada, Kenya, Malaysia, Malta, New Zealand, Nigeria, Singapore, South Africa and the UK, came together not just for the sake of old ties, but to consider how the network can build an “Agenda for Growth” that will challenge economic stagnation and a growing protectionist clamour in global markets.
#2016, #Special Edition - November 2016, #Other Highlights
The World Bank’s representative working at the heart of the definitive ‘Doing Business’ rankings revisits the Indian government’s pledge to improve the country’s rating on global charts. The overall assessment is good but there is a long road ahead to achieve a truly business-friendly environment.
The private sector is often described as the ‘engine of economic growth’, given its critical role in creating jobs, which enable citizens and countries to prosper. However, several factors, such as lack of access to finance or burdensome processes for starting a new business, can undermine private enterprise and, if left unaddressed, can impede growth.
#May/June 2016, #Africa, #2016
The Export Import (EXIM) Bank of India has had a robust presence in countries in the African continent, which it sees a critical component of its strategy to promote and support two-way trade and investment. It described itself as a partner institution to promote economic development in Africa. Here we trace its backing for Indian companies in the region.
#May/June 2016, #India & The World, #2016
India’s banking chief Raghuram Rajan is recognised worldwide among a handful of those who had foreseen risks in the system before the 2008 financial crisis. As governor of Reserve Bank of India (RBI), he has become a leading voice for the developing world in international fora. During a recent visit to the UK, he articulated his traffic signal model to move the world towards a more responsible monetary policy.
#May/June 2016, #2016, #Commonwealth Watch
India’s star is rising – and the Commonwealth can help it soar, says Lord Jonathan Marland as he explains how the modern Commonwealth can be a key instrument for Indian business.
#July/August 2016, #2016, #Brexit Special
Priti Patel has taken over as Secretary of State for International Development in the Theresa May led post-Brexit British government. A significant promotion within the UK political establishment for this Gujarati-origin Conservative party MP is expected to bring some good news for India.
The fact that Priti Patel became a key voice of the pro-Brexit camp in the lead up to the June 23 referendum in Britain may have seemed like a political risk at one level but it was a very natural choice at a personal level.
#March/April 2016, #2016, #EU
Cooperation between the Indian and German SME sectors can transform economic relations and overall ties between the two countries, Indian ambassador to Germany Gurjit Singh tells ‘India Global Business’ in this exclusive interview.