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Amitendu Palit

Articles By Amitendu Palit

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Singapore Elections: Pushing for political change that is supportive of stability is always welcome

Pushing for political change that is supportive of stability while expanding inclusiveness is always welcome for pluralistic societies and countries.

Indo-Pacific supply chains: A feasible idea?

For lead firms, cost of supply chain relocations from China, to more inefficient locations, would need to be compensated

Much of the prospects of supply chain relocation would depend on whether the synergies between the Chinese mainland, Hong Kong and Taiwan are obtainable elsewhere.

COVID-19’s costly trade-off: Unless lives are preserved, livelihoods become redundant

Coronavirus is ensuring the trade-off, especially for developing economies is significant, notwithstanding efforts to strike a balance

As it enters its fifth week, the possibility of the lockdown pushing individuals and households on the brink, deeper into the economic precipice, looks real and imminent. (Representative image)

Coronavirus pandemic: Hydroxychloroquine and the balance of trade

India’s decision to selectively allow export of hydroxychloroquine to countries badly affected by coronavirus as well as its neighbours in South Asia is a welcome step.

Covid-19: The lesson that the West needed for taking measures to prevent epidemics

Covid-19 is the lesson that the West needed for taking measures to prevent epidemics as seriously and effectively as natural disasters and climate change. The price for the realisation might, however, be too high

Viral Threat: Indian pharma catches China’s COVID sickness

The extent to which the Indian pharma industry is ‘Made in China’ is far too great to avoid the consequences of a long of the corona pandemic.

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Global Economy: Is this coronavirus riskier than SARS?

China has acted fast by restricting movements of its people, particularly from Wuhan city and the Hubei province.

US-China trade deal: Damage done won’t be undone, further damage is being avoided

Notwithstanding the agreement, tariffs imposed by both sides on each other’s products during the last two years, continue. To that extent, the maximum comfort that can be derived from the deal is the signal that while the d

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Return of import phobia in India! Failure of SEZs and a forceful comeback of the swadeshi ideas

Disengagement has... meant India not being involved in dialogues and discussions on the latest developments in global trade

India played an active role in establishing the WTO and formulating global trade rules.

US-China trade deal: Deal offers nothing but superficial symbolism

It is unrealistic to assume the Phase-1 deal would end the US-China trade war, the underlying causes of which are systemic and linked to geopolitical rivalry.

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Why India must rethink RCEP stance

Nothing exemplifies the problems with India’s strategic vision on trade as much as the pullout from RCEP does.

RCEP: No competition please, this is India

The vision of making India a global manufacturing hub depends on getting access to global and regional production networks. For that, it needs FTAs like RCEP

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Leveraging RCEP and the FTA with the USA

Decisions to conclude RCEP, and working out a trade deal with the US are examples of India making trade a decisive instrument, for both, economic and foreign policy goals

Exports appear to have become a priority for the government with the realisation that, reviving external demand is essential for lifting overall demand.

How Brexit can change trade negotiations between India and UK

For India, and several other countries, negotiating trade deals with UK—distinct from EU—might imply greater negotiating flexibility and better prospects of meaningful outcomes.

It would be good if India seizes the opportunity to get going on a deal with UK that corresponds to its interests

India can’t have a prominent voice in regional affairs by distancing from trade

India needs to import bulk consumer goods, and intermediates because of their insufficient availability, and higher prices. Even after tariffs, these imports remain competitive vis-à-vis domestic products.

There’s no denying that between the WTO’s rules-based global trade order, of which India has been a member since the beginning, and any other FTA, however large in scope, the former is the superior choice. (Representational image)

Free trade agreements: India’s main challenge will come after RCEP

Concluding the RCEP is probably not as big a challenge for India, as making it useful is going to be. The toughest part of the deal is yet to be reached.

As India prepares to join the RCEP—and negotiators try hard to obtain a deal that would be as acceptable to a grudging industry as possible—the reality remains unchanged

Japan-Korea trade war: History comes back to haunt bilateral ties

Trade wars appear to be becoming the norm rather than exceptions, and the new conflict between Japan and South Korea is set to worsen the effects of the US-China trade war

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Explained: Why India is indeed a ‘tariff king’

There is very little by way of analytical comparison of tariff structures that would negate the impression of India being a high-tariff economy, at least among the emerging market developing countries

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India ditches data dialogue again

The sensitivity about protection of data is clearly not the main reason behind some developing countries staying away from global digital trade work programmes

One of the most profound truths to emerge over the last couple of decades is the sharp heterogeneity amongst the developing world. (Illustration: rohnit phore)

India-US trade: Are we reaching a point of no return?

Restoring normalcy in India-US trade relations will need a strong dose of injection of trust.

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Why regional election results are good for RCEP

Many quarters are heaving sighs of relief as leaders familiar with each other have retained power; a great impetus for RCEP prospects

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When countries use ‘security’ to restrict trade

Although the WTO has expressed its right to adjudicate security exceptions invoked by members under Article XXI of GATT, it remains to be seen whether WTO members, particularly major powers, accept this point of view.

Explained: RBI’s new data localisation rules and what’s missing

What is perhaps becoming increasingly clear is that the Supreme Court’s judgment has provided the framework for RBI and the DIPP to push hard on data nationalisation.

Why even heavy local data storage costs aren’t deterring US firms in India

Why aren’t the large costs of local data storage capacities deterring American payment system providers from operating in India? The answer is the size of the Indian market.

Why is India refusing to join WTO e-commerce talks

India remains opposed on the larger ground that such talks can obliterate progress on many pending issues on the DDA and on the more specific ground of e-commerce talks to be embedded in the WTO’s original digital trade age

Trade deficit: India meets its match in the US as both countries now looking for local

For the first time, however, India encounters a US trade administration that is determined to wipe out trade deficits. Such an attitude is much different from responding to challenges that are regulatory in nature, such as in

India took the right call on Huawei

A wider pool of companies participating in trials augurs well for the long-term prospects of 5G growth in India from both price and service efficiency perspectives.

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