New Delhi (VNA) – Deputy Minister of Industry and Trade Cao Quoc Hung has suggested India back four ASEAN members, namely Cambodia, Laos, Myanmar and Vietnam (CLMV), via its investment in manufacturing, services, infrastructure, inter-regional trade, technical training and capacity improvement.
India will not need to build another coal power plant after 2025 if renewables continue to fall in cost at their current rate, according to a report that suggests that carbon levels could be cut significantly beyond parameters agreed at the Paris climate talks.
HCM City (VNA) - In addition to investment and trading, there is also huge potential for cooperation between Vietnam and India in tourism, a conference heard in HCM City on January 13.
NEW DELHI: Global defence and aviation major Boeing on Wednesday announced setting up of Boeing Defence India (BDI), a local business entity, to support the company's future growth in the country, said a company statement.
WASHINGTON: Recognising India's status as a 'Major Defence Partner', the US has made necessary changes in its export control laws that would benefit India by facilitating smoother transfer of technologies and arms to it.
India is currently the world’s fastest-growing major economy. And before long, it may leapfrog the US on a ranking of the largest.
In India, for the price of the latest iPhone, you could eat breakfast, lunch and dinner for an entire year, and still have a bit of cash to spare.
NEW DELHI: India is likely to face pressure from developed countries to open up its ecommerce sector. G-20 has for the first time asked various countries, including India, their views on ecommerce.
BENGALURU: Is India's economy prepared to shift from cash to a 'less-cash' model that the government has been talking about since demonetisation? Yes, says Nandan Nilekani, a name synonymous with Aadhaar, and now part of the Niti Aayog panel on e-payments that is working with chief ministers to promote the use of digital payments systems across the country.
"The immediate withdrawal of a large volume of currency in circulation and subsequent replacement with new notes announced by the government in November contributed to slowing growth in 2016", the World Bank said in its report.