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India’s foreign currency reserves fairy tale
GIS Dossier: India and China’s conflict in Tibet
The poorly defined border on the Tibetan plateau has for decades been the scene of skirmishes between China and India. Now part of a broader geopolitical confrontation driven by Beijing’s push to dominate Asia, this conflict is gaining momentum and becoming ever harder to manage.
India’s growing interest in Taiwan
Until recently, Taiwan barely appeared on India’s geopolitical radar. Yet with the recent rise of Taiwanese companies, the subcontinent has become a great beneficiary of the island’s trade and investment. New Delhi’s growing partnership with the U.S. also strengthens ties with Taipei. But if a cross-strait conflict were to erupt, ...
New Opportunities 2021: India plans reforms shielded by robust economic growth
India will rely on targeted supply-side spending to help resurrect the country’s Covid-battered growth. Narendra Modi’s government also hopes to implement critical but long-delayed structural reforms that could become possible if economic recovery is as strong as expected. The plan hinges on a stretch goal: exceeding 14 percent nominal GDP ...
Apple bets on India as an emerging manufacturing power
After several failed attempts to boost its manufacturing sector, the Indian government announced a new production-linked incentive scheme that could turn the country into a phone making hub. Apple and Samsung, among other companies, will now relocate part of their supply chains to make and export high-end mobile phones from ...