Discussion Paper: # 142
by Prabir De and Bhisma Rout
Abstract: India has been witnessing a sharp rise in merchandise trade and showing greater trade interdependence on a large variety of goods, particularly in intermediate and capital goods.
Discussion Paper: # 141
by Faizel Ismail
Abstract:Developing countries have been characterized as having played an essentially defensive role in the GATT, unwilling to make tariff concessions, and have focused almost exclusively on securing Special and Differential Treat
Discussion Paper: # 140
by Nagesh Kumar
Abstract: The recent spate of large cross-border acquisitions e.g.
Discussion Paper: # 139
by Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: With sharp economic growth, the international focus on ‘aid’ programmes of emerging economies, including India, has gone up considerably.
Discussion Paper: # 138
by S.K. Mohanty
Abstract: The rise of emerging countries has caused a profound impact on the balance of economic powers in the global economy.
Discussion Paper: # 137
by Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: BICS have developed strong linkages with fellow developing countries in the realms of trade, investment and technology.
Discussion Paper: # 136
by Tetsuji Kawamura
Abstract: The progress of the cooperation and economic integration of the region has a big potentiality for further industrial and economic development of the whole Asian region in general.
Discussion Paper: # 135
by Nagesh Kumar & Prabir De
Abstract: Development of infrastructure is one of the key priorities of East Asia Summit (EAS) countries.
Discussion Paper: # 134
by S. K. Mohanty & Sachin Chaturvedi
Abstract: With the growing internationalisation, the traditional old linkages between India and Africa are gradually emerging as a dynamic and vibrant trade and investment partnership, benefiting all the partner economies.
Discussion Paper: # 133
by Ramgopal Agarwala
Abstract: Despite a plethora of programs for increased financial co-operation in Asia, there has been very little real progress in developing a regional architecture for financial co-operation in Asia.