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30 Years of Liberalisation

The real inflection point for India came in 1991, but a gradual build up towards the same had already commenced earlier, starting with cement reform in the early 1980s. B&E gives you a detailed comparison of the critical transformations that India went through (or missed out on) in these last 30 years ..... Read More...

Business and Economy -  1 March 2012
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ScrutinyA Chapter 11 affair to remember

When it was officially announced that GM had become the world’s largest automaker, you know that this is one helluva brownie point opportunity for US President Barack Obama in election year. ....Read More...
Sector	Few props for business powwows and incentive breakaways

Two decades of economic liberalization have brought about untold opportunities for doing business in India. The country today counts among one of the most preferred go-to investment ..... Read More...
StratagemWill Heinsian economics work?

Darwin’s famous maxim written way back in 1874 - “It is not the strongest of the species that survive, nor the most intelligent, but the one that is most adaptable to change” - now seems to apply.... Read More...
TestimonialThought provoking

At the outset, let me convey my deep appreciation for the contents of BFM. The various articles related to banking, finance and marketing are indeed very educative and are keeping pace .....Read More...
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Can Muslim politics be demilitarised?

Can Muslim governments free themselves from their countries’ powerful militaries and establish civilian control comparable to that found in liberal democracies? This question is now paramount in countries as disparate as Egypt, Pakistan, and Turkey.....Read More...
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Prof. Arindam Chaudhuri

Why Chinese students come out at the top while Indians hit the bottom!

A handful of weeks back, in the ACER PISA test – the OECD’s annual global assessment of students’ skills (for South and South East Asia) – India came second from the bottom defeating Kyrgyzstan while China topped the list. This acts as the final nail in the coffin of India’s dented education system. .... Read More...

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