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Tough Fight

Economic measures against China - where they work, where they dont

 
 

Huge revenue loss, relief and rehab costs may derail the government's ambitious plans for the year

States have proposed radical changes in labour laws post lockdown. But those cannot trigger an economic revival

India's experience with free trade agreements has been bitter. Can the country learn from its mistakes?

As orders are scrapped, supply chain is disrupted and global demand slumps, Indian exporters struggle to remain in business

The problems with the Fasal Bima Yojana and how the scheme can be fixed

India's data protection Bill has implications for citizens, companies and the government. But many questions need answers before it can near implementation
 
 

US President Donald Trump's announcement to end support for WHO is a reminder for the much-needed reforms in the agency's financial structure

Rising debt of Centre and states is set to weaken the countrys credit profile. What is the way out?

With the insolvency and bankruptcy law suspended, the ecosystem of professionals around it faces disruption and uncertainty

States finally have headroom to borrow more from the market. But there's a cost to it

Companies invoking the clause must remember that it does not ensure guaranteed protection from contractual obligations

Despite rise in number of whistleblower complaints, the lacunae in the system are proving to be a deterrent in the fight against corporate unethical practices

Anti-dumping duties have often failed to support domestic industry

Economists and analysts see a slow and arduous economic revival from here. But some say it can be accelerated