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India and South Asia

Françoise NICOLAS

Senior Research Fellow and Director, Center for Asian Studies, Ifri


Associate Research Fellow, Center for Asian Studies, Ifri

By: Nathalie BELHOSTE, Jérémy GRASSET

In a recent Global Finance article, India has been recognized as an important contributor to global corporate earnings. The British company Vodafone managed to cut losses due to its strong performance in India, and Swiss Holcim, the world's second largest cement maker, spent more than 2...


Since 1991 India's economic reform programme has set out to alter the production structure by increasing the role of markets in the economy, directly through privatisation, or by way of reduction in state investments and interventions, and indirectly through domestic deregulation and trade...

By: Raphaël GUTMANN

By organizing the first India-Africa Forum summit from 8 to 9 April 2008, New Delhi wanted to send a strong signal to the International Community : to show that India has the means, and especially the desire, to become an economic and major trading actor in Sub-saharan Africa.

By: François GODEMENT, (ed.)

In 2004, the importance of East-Asia as a major pole of the contemporary world proves, despite the fragility of its financial systems, to be widely devoid of regional mechanisms. Different developments illustrate this come back to the front stage.


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