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As futuristic technology re-shapes global trade and increases dependence of rich countries on AI, poor countries stand to lose the most, further widening the global wealth gap.
The world in no longer flat, said Kumar Mangalam Birla as he noted that ‘slowbalization' would be the emerging trend and will be more regional.
India is the world’s largest open data market. Yet, Indian organisations figure nowhere among the top data-based technology companies in the world.
The best of the day’s opinion, chosen and curated by ThePrint’s top editors.
In 1986, a Stanford historian accused his peers of ‘dereliction of duty’ because they had ‘abandoned study of the nation’. It’s time to take note.
India’s turn to protectionism needs to be reversed if it has any hope of employing the millions of young people graduating its schools every year.
Asia needs to accelerate development of capital markets, create world-class financial institutions and improve confidence in the security of savings.
Most foreign policy analysis is dominated by outdated concepts from an era of famine and vulnerability, when India was dependent on aid.
What starts out as a personal recount becomes a sharp & honest commentary on India’s culture.
After 9/11, everyone’s world has changed. Over the last forty years, life has become far more difficult for the liberal, sensitive Muslim whose interests include innocuous subjects like accounting and finance.
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