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Post-Brexit, India-UK can make own history

2020-03-06T10:19:23+00:00June 24th, 2016|Latest from India Inc., Year|

The world as we know it changed significantly today as Britain voted for Brexit but also threw up a historic opportunity for India and the UK to chart their own course within this new emerging scenario in Europe.

India and the UK must work proactively to build on their strategic partnership and seek a new kind of union with the wider the European Union (EU) community. Just as the UK’s Remain camp had stressed, it is not a binary decision – India has the right credentials to strike lucrative agreements with the UK as well as the EU. The one thing that is a given is that doing nothing is not an option for Indian business and political interest.

India seeks a better Britain-Europe fit

2018-10-31T13:22:34+00:00April 12th, 2016|2016, March/April 2016, Putting it in context, Year|

Uncertainty is the only certainty in these uncertain times. That is the reality of the European Union (EU) today. And that is a worry for the region and for a globally engaged India. Global events compounded by economic and physical insecurities within member states are threatening the EU’s very existence. It is quite obvious that the EU is changing and changing fast; yet, no one really knows what a transformed EU might look like in a year’s time. Prime Minister [...]

EU-India ties remain stuck at sub-optimal levels

2020-03-12T08:11:03+00:00April 6th, 2016|2016, EU, March/April 2016, Year|

Brussels will have to walk the extra mile to improve relations with India but it is in the strategic interest of both to do so argues India Inc. Consulting Editor Arnab Mitra. Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s visit to Brussels came in the backdrop of the recent terror attack that devastated the seat of the 28-member European Union. Given the shared concerns on the growth of terror networks, it was natural that talks on how to combat this global menace [...]

Modi Means Business. Britain must mean Business too.

2020-03-13T13:18:01+00:00May 15th, 2015|2013/14, India Investment Journal - V2/I 2, Top Note, Year|

The result of the Indian General Elections 2014 have marked a distinctive turning point in India's quest from developing to developed nation. The very decisive vote in favour of the Narendra Modi led government was, as much as anything else, a vote in favour of getting India back to business.