By pressing ahead at this time with the privatisation of Air India and announcing that Non Resident Indians will be allowed to bid for and buy 100 per cent of India’s ailing national carrier, Modi is proving himself to be unabashed about continuing to walk the talk on economic reforms, writes India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
The long-awaited overhaul of India’s education policy promises to provide students a liberal education and vocational training that will prepare them for jobs not only in India but across the world, says India Inc Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
The 14th India-UK Joint Economic and Trade Committee (JETCO) comes with all the promise of post-Brexit “Early Harvest Agreements” in the lead up to a full-fledged free trade agreement (FTA); but it is important that the momentum unleashed by ministers on both sides is revved up to top speed now, writes India Inc. Founder & CEO Manoj Ladwa.
He is China’s most powerful leader since Mao himself and probably doesn’t have any independent sounding board in the upper echelons of China’s party and government elite. This is blinding the Chinese President to the rising tide of global resentment against Beijing’s coercive diplomatic and military tactics, write India Inc Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
India’s success in creating the world’s second-largest PPE industry from scratch in a span of just three months offers a template for global brands setting up shop in India to gain a competitive edge and security of production. This template and these advantages should be leveraged to attract companies looking for alternatives to China, writes India Inc Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
In response to former Goldman Sachs Chief Economist and inventor of the term ‘BRICS’ Lord Jim O’Neill’s comment “Thank God this [COVID19] didn’t start somewhere like India…” Founder and CEO of India Inc. Group Manoj Ladwa argues that its precisely because of India’s economic and social reforms in the past six years that the country seems to be dealing with the crisis much better than pundits expected.
The US has to quickly resolve its ethnic divides and rediscover its foundational values. Otherwise, it will be difficult to stem the advance of forces that are antipathy to liberal democracies world over, writes India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
China is trying to utilise Western pre-occupation with the coronavirus to brazenly expand the boundaries of what it considers a Sino-sphere. Unless the free world pushes back against this now, it will be difficult to contain China’s ambitions of dominating the world in the future, writes India Inc. Founder and CEO Manoj Ladwa.
In a potent challenge to the Whitehall system, Boris Johnson’s controversial political advisor, Dominic Cummings wrote in a now infamous blog at the beginning of the year, that he wanted to hire “data scientists, policy experts, assorted weirdos” to work in 10 Downing Street. He was laying down the gauntlet to radically shake up Britain’s fabled civil service that once ruled two thirds of the globe. Manoj Ladwa, India Inc. Group Founder and CEO, asks whether it’s time for the [...]