Economist Andy Xie says India needs to drop its reservations about China. He says East Asia can offer the capital to develop the infrastructure needed to boost India’s growth. In an interaction at the venue of the Global Business Summit, he said the government must work on land acquisition laws to allow faster asset creation.
Digital advancement should be looked at as an opportunity to create, said panellists at a discussion on navigating digital disruption at the third edition of The Economic Times Global Business Summit in Dew Delhi on March 27-28.
Service providers, young entrepreneurs and legal experts at the Global Business Summit voiced concerns and expressed hope with regard to the impending indirect tax regime as the parliament discussed the goods and services tax (GST) bills.
NEW DELHI: The controversial demand for a “level playing field” for Indian startups was raised once again, with two of the country’s top entrepreneurs stating that regulatory parity was a must in order for domestic ventures to grow and innovate.
Deloitte’s recent investments in strengthening its advisory business in India are part of the professional services firm’s global strategy, said its chairman David Cruickshank, who was in India to address the Global Business Summit.
NEW DELHI: After his surprise $2.4 billion share purchase in miner Anglo American, Vedanta chairman Anil Agarwal is in talks to source technology from “good friend” De Beers for India just as he negotiates with Korean chaebol LG for a $10 billion chip manufacturing facility (fab) in Nagpur, initiatives that the Bihar-born businessman believes will help pare the country’s import bill.
NEW DELHI: Indian companies must harness the country’s frugal engineering and its proven research expertise in precision manufacturing to help achieve the federal objective of Make in India, according to panelists at the Global Business Summit.
NEW DELHI: The controversial demand for a level playing field for Indian startups raised its head once again, with two of the country’s top entrepreneurs stating that regulatory parity was a must, in order for domestic ventures to grow and innovate.
NEW DELHI: The global economy presents a huge opportunity for India as rival China is losing its competitive edge, panelists at The Economic Times Global Business Summit said but experts were divided over whether India should move into the space Beijing is vacating, or leapfrog it.
NEW DELHI: The government’s plan to reach 25 billion digital transactions in the next financial year will be driven by consumption-based payments, said experts, who expect digital education of both consumers and merchants along with security steps and enabling regulations to support the process.
India’s internet CEOs once again raised their voice on the issue of discrimination against local firms, whereas MNCs are often allowed to operate in a free manner when it comes to government regulations.
The global sentiment towards China has turned to one of fear of a financial crisis like in the US in 2008. But China’s situation is very different from the US. On the positive side, China still has great potential. Its economy could double or triple with the right policies. On the downside, the required reforms appear to be inconsistent with the existing political system.
Nothing in the outside world is certain, that’s a fact. It’s uncertain and that’s what makes it challenging. Uncertainty means things are changing; in other words there is no limbo. If you are walking fast, every step is new terrain. This new terrain is what you are calling ‘uncertainty’ right now. For those seeking opportunity, uncertainty is the best time.
Technology innovation in the last decade has predominantly been viewed through a developed economy lens. But, in the past five years, the dynamic nature of emerging markets has turned that theory on its head. Emerging markets have unique challenges that have spurred innovative solutions. Since these new innovations usually address a large number of users in these markets, they have grown increasingly compelling for the world to learn from.
India Inc’s biggest CEO gathering is just around the corner. After the resounding success of the last two editions, a bigger and bolder version of the Global Business Summit (GBS) will be presented by YES Bank and The Economic Times on March 27 and 28 in New Delhi.
India has always been known for bold policies. From funding the Green Revolution, which prevented the starvation of millions, to Narendra Modi’s recent demonetisation programme which focused on tackling corruption – the Indian government is more often than not a policy pioneer.
After a thumping win in Uttar Pradesh and Uttarakhand, Prime Minister Narendra Modi, along with his top ministers, will be the star attractions at the Global Business Summit (GBS) presented by YES Bank and The Economic Times on March 27-28.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi will be the star attraction at this year’s Global Business Summit, presented by YES Bank and The Economic Times, on March 27-28 in Delhi. The PM will address the third edition of GBS on the evening of March 27.
Andhra Pradesh (AP) will be the official state partner of the YES Bank and The Economic Times Global Business Summit that will be held on March 27-28, 2017 in New Delhi. Over the two-day conference, a clutch of high-profile global and Indian leaders will examine pressing political and economic issues for the country and explore what they mean for business.
Reforms of many kinds have been at the top of government agendas worldwide for centuries. Broadly speaking, they aim to enhance citizens’ lives by lowering the cost of services, reducing bureaucracy, and curtailing corruption. Reforms also involve broadening the bouquet of services provided, as well as improving their quality, while keeping the cost to the exchequer at a minimum.
NEW DELHI: When India’s political and business elite start heading to Delhi in March, it’s easy to infer that the Global Business Summit is around the corner. This year again, on March 27-28, it’s an unmatched all-star lineup of speakers at what is fast becoming the Davos of India.