Agriculture is the backbone of the Indian economy, the industry accounts for 17% of GDP. It employs over 43% of the workers in India. Furthermore, agricultural production accounts for around 12% of overall exports. Agricultural technology has transformed the way ...

The issue of Venezuelan inflation and hyperinflation is a common source of criticism for Modern Money Theory. Inflation, according to Keynesian economics, is defined as “a sustained rise in general prices over time (typically two quarters), which also corresponds to ...

Introduction As the world becomes increasingly connected, developing countries will access foreign finance to fund development investment in critical infrastructure. Due to the extreme disparity between demand for and access to foreign capital, the World Bank and other international development ...

Background of Indian Pharma  India is the third-largest producer of pharmaceuticals by volume and the fourteenth-largest producer by value. It is the world’s largest supplier of generic drugs and meets roughly 60% of global vaccine demand. India also supplies approximately ...

The equity market had a humbling week as the indices ended red on Friday. The fear of the new COVID-19 Delta variant rapidly spreading throughout the Asia Pacific region plays a significant role in crushing the positive sentiments of the ...

Life has its ebbs and flows. Even if you assume that everything in your life is ideal, any unforeseen circumstance might turn your life upside down. However, we may protect ourselves from such risks to some extent in our lives ...

According to the ASSOCHAM (Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India), India contributes 40% to the global freelance economy, and currently, there are 15 million skilled gig workers in India. The Indian gig economy is expected to grow at ...

Stock Market this week Equity markets had a positive week; after a minor correction last week, the bulls retook charge on news of declining COVID-19 cases and the extremely rapid pace of vaccinations. Nifty and Sensex’s benchmark indices ended the ...

Equity markets had a volatile week, as the benchmark indices ended in red on Friday June 18th. Nifty was down to 156833(-0.73%) and Sensex 52344 (-0.25%) by the end of the week. The market’s trends changed this week due to ...

The long-prevailed non-performing assets (NPA) problem in the Indian banking system is expected to be hiked. In 2019, NPA amounted to 9.1 per cent of the total assets of the Indian banks, and with the impact of pandemic-induced asset quality ...