Articles By Abhijit Das
Arun Jaitley: India’s hero at WTO
As the commerce minister in the Vajpayee govt, Jaitley pulled off some nifty moves that changed the course of trade negotiations at the WTO in favour of developing nations.
Aug 27, 2019
India and e-commerce: It’s now or never
In a bid to prevent India from enforcing restrictions on data flows, developed countries are seeking to use the G20 platform to commit India to join WTO negotiations on e-commerce
Jun 05, 2019
UNCTAD report lessons: India must not accept narratives of digital giants, should formulate its own ecommerce policy
The UNCTAD's Trade and Development Report 2018 outlines what developing nations must to do ensure that they don't get swayed by the narratives being perpetuated by the digital giants and their cheerleaders.
Oct 16, 2018
How to make the US respect WTO rules
Donald Trump’s tirade against trade rules merits a collective response.
Apr 04, 2018
Column: Not quite, Mr Subramanian
The authors argue the Economic Survey got it wrong on recalibrating India’s stance at the WTO
Mar 09, 2016
TPP(ing) point for India in global trade
India has to conclude its crucial FTAs. Enhanced market access from these FTAs can mitigate some of the export losses on account of the country’s exclusion from TPP
Oct 07, 2015
Celebrating traditional treasures of GI handloom products
The Geographical Indication tag can be used effectively as a marketing tool for enhancing sales and raising incomes of weavers
Aug 11, 2015
OnePlus surges ahead strongly as it completes five years in India
Five Great Things to Gift Your Friends
Have You Got These Amazing OnePlus Products Yet?
Amazon and OnePlus Celebrate Five Years with Special Offers on OnePlus 7T and OnePlus 7 Pro
OnePlus 7T and 7T Pro: Your Questions Answered
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