India is poised to encourage foreign direct investment (FDI) in the space sector, with or without joint ventures (JVs) with Indian companies, and is ready to rope in overseas companies to set up facilities in the country to make satellites and launch vehicles.
In order to ensure that bounce in market demand does not peter out soon, despite rising sales, the government’s introduction of Stimulus 3.0 could be loaded with sound economic rationale and should go a long way in sustaining consumption, demand and growth.
The logistics and warehousing sector in Asia Pacific is undergoing significant changes with increased merger and acquisition activity, which has lead to better infrastructure creation.
GST collections are showing a growth trend; auto, FMCG, consumer durables and steel demand is up; many companies are stepping up investments in anticipation of better times ahead.
The India-UAE Healthcare Conference 2020 in Dubai laid the platform for a paradigm shift for both countries to collaborate in medicine, pharmaceuticals, medical devices and alternative medicine, further reaffirming their longstanding history of close ties.
The Covid-19 pandemic is just the latest in a string of increasingly violent natural disasters that point to the urgent need for global leadership on taking concrete steps to address climate change.
While bilateral ties have grown substantially in every domain, the basic building blocks of an India-US defence partnership are now solidly in place.
In the altered landscape of the post pandemic world, India and South Korea foresee a stronger bilateral relationship with each other.