October 2016

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Hillary will be (just) a safer bet for India

2018-09-27T13:42:44+00:00October 19th, 2016|2016, October 2016, Putting It In Context, Year|

So Donald Trump “is a big fan of India and a big fan of Hindu (sic)”; is he? At a gathering of about 5,000 American Indians at New Jersey’s Raritan Center, addressing what was probably the first country-specific ethno-religious rally by a US presidential hopeful, the Republican candidate promised a “phenomenal future” for Indo-US ties and said that under a “Trump administration”, the two countries “are going to be best friends”.

This is the first time that Trump has spoken about his vision for the country's relationship with India and has tried to tick all the right boxes. But American Indians remain wary of him, given his earlier protectionist rants, which, if taken...

Does Indian IT get a fair deal?

2018-09-27T13:46:23+00:00October 18th, 2016|2016, October 2016, Sector Focus, Year|

R. Chandrasekhar is the president of the National Association of Software and Services Companies (NASSCOM), the premier trade body for the Indian IT-BPO sector. In this exclusive interview with ‘India Global Business’, the former Secretary in the Indian government’s Department of Telecommunications delves into the trends in the industry, the future of robotics and how the Indian information technology sector can remain ahead of the curve.

Flanders accelerates India toward a bright, high-tech future

2018-10-31T14:13:33+00:00October 18th, 2016|2016, October 2016, Region Focus, Region Focus, Special Edition - November 2016, Year|

Flanders is one of three official regions of Belgium in the European Union (EU). ‘India Global Business’ throws the spotlight on this economic powerhouse to see what it can offer Indian companies looking to set up in Europe. Flanders is all about synergy – synergy between knowledge centers, corporations, universities, markets and culture. The region’s perfect combination of talent, innovation, infrastructure and purchasing power make it a bustling metropolis that gives wings to Indian businesses. Are you ready to take [...]

Running through the Obama legacy

2020-03-12T14:26:36+00:00October 18th, 2016|2016, October 2016, Special Edition - November 2016, US Election, US Elections, Year|

Nisha Desai Biswal as the Assistant Secretary of State, Bureau of South and Central Asian Affairs, US Department of State, is at the heart of foreign policy affairs in Washington DC. Despite a hectic schedule in the lead up to the elections, she took time out for ‘India Global Business’ to track the legacy President Obama is likely to leave behind and what lies in store for India-US ties under a new leader. How much of the recent US-India bonhomie [...]