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  • The Rise of the Visible Hand in Economic Policy
  • Climate Campaign Wins Over More Senior Executives
  • Embattled Future of Global Trade Policy
  • The Final Push to End Extreme Poverty


  • China Secures Veto Power
  • Inland Waterways: Delhi, Dhaka to the North-East
  • World Hunger Falls
  • Climate Change Commitments & Amendments
  • ustralia-China Ink Landmark Trade Deal
  • India Signs Motor Vehicles Pact with SAARC


    One of the two mega regional trade and investment agreements being negotiated by the US will soon reach the winning post by the end of 2015. The US Congress might soon give fast-track authority to the US President to sign on the dotted line of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP), a trade and investment agreement covering 12 countries. The other big one is the Transatlantic Trade and Investment Partnership (TTIP) between the US and the European Union, which will take a longer time. That said, the TPP becoming a reality in the Asia-Pacific region would have many implications for India…

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