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earnings are a traditional gauge of economic health and a powerful driver of
financial markets. Recently, however, they have been sending contradictory
signals. One reason could be the expansionary credit policies of the past
decade, which have distorted balance sheets and weakened competition. The most
likely outcome of this process is not necessarily a sudden market meltdown, but
rather a steady erosion of corporate finances and economic growth.
Professor Enrico Colombatto
After his first 18 months in office, during which India’s economic prospects have brightened considerably, 2016 gives Prime Minister Narendra Modi a last window of opportunity for radical new policy initiatives. If he decides on a bold course, it would depart from the incremental approach that has characterized Mr. Modi’s term thus far. ...
Barun S. Mitra
In the second of a three-part series, GIS expert Professor Dr Stefan Lippert, considers in this special report if a strategy of mergers and acquisition rather than organic growth offers opportunities for foreign investors to enter the Japanese market.
THERE are three main factors in favour of mergers and acquisitions (M&a...
Dr. Stefan Lippert