What India Can Do to Prevent its Economy from Becoming a Casualty of the Coronavirus

What India Can Do to Prevent its Economy from Becoming a Casualty of the Coronavirus

Posted by: on Mar 30, 2020 | No Comments

Coronavirus is officially a pandemic. The outbreak, which originated in China, is tragic. While its impact on health and life is a major concern, its impact on the global economy could continue to be felt long after this novel virus

Is India Beginning to Recognise the Power of the Invisible Hand?

Is India Beginning to Recognise the Power of the Invisible Hand?

Posted by: on Mar 23, 2020 | No Comments

The Indian Economic Survey was released in January as a prelude to the Union Budget for 2020. In the report, Chief Economic Advisor (CEA) Krishnamurthy Subramanian has suggested several solutions to boost the Indian economy. This comes in highly challenging

Can Tax Cuts Revive the Indian Economy in 2020?

Can Tax Cuts Revive the Indian Economy in 2020?

Posted by: on Jan 7, 2020 | No Comments

The Indian economy dipped close to 6-year lows in the July-September quarter, touching 4.5%. In fact, following a glorious run in 2018, the economy struggled through 2019, with the three key drivers of economic growth, investment, consumption and exports, declining. Both

Indian Government on Privatisation Spree: Too Little, Too Late?

Indian Government on Privatisation Spree: Too Little, Too Late?

Posted by: on Dec 2, 2019 | No Comments

The global economic slowdown has reached Indian shores. Almost every major financial institution has slashed the country’s growth forecast. In October, the IMF revised its GDP growth forecast for fiscal 2019 from 7% to 6.1%. If that wasn’t

What’s the Deal with the Brexit Deal?

What’s the Deal with the Brexit Deal?

Posted by: on Oct 28, 2019 | No Comments

Read the first article of this series here: In the Name of Freedom – Is Britain Choosing an Increase in Regulations

The UK is eager to arrive at a deal with the EU before it finally exits the single market. Lawmakers have voted in favor of a Brexit

Brexit: In the Name of Freedom, Is Britain Choosing an Increase in Regulations?

Brexit: In the Name of Freedom, Is Britain Choosing an Increase in Regulations?

Posted by: on Oct 21, 2019 | No Comments

Is it a coincidence that Brexit is slated for Halloween? Or have they chosen the date appropriately to warn UK citizens of how scary it’s going to be? There is no simple answer anymore, to this snowballing dilemma. But here’s a look at why this was doomed to be a huge mess right

Can the Casino Industry Help Revive the Greek Economy?

Can the Casino Industry Help Revive the Greek Economy?

Posted by: on Oct 14, 2019 | No Comments

The Greek city of Athens is witnessing an investor boom, with the construction of hip new hotels from leading names dotting the skyline. After plunging more than 40% in 2010, property prices are gradually trending upward, and stability is returning. This

Global Casino Giants Looking to Get a Slice of Japan’s IR Market

Global Casino Giants Looking to Get a Slice of Japan’s IR Market

Posted by: on Aug 28, 2019 | No Comments

Over the past few years, Asian markets have become prominent hubs of the Integrated Resort (IR) business model. IRs are complex resorts offering diverse leisure activities, right from huge hotels to entertainment facilities like fun shows, shopping malls,

Brexit Curbs Freedom of Movement: What’s the Economic Impact?

Brexit Curbs Freedom of Movement: What’s the Economic Impact?

Posted by: on Jul 15, 2019 | No Comments

For years, people in the UK have been fed a steady stream of media stories and statements by politicians regarding the dangers of unrestricted migration. So much so that most people believe migration from the EU into the UK is