The way it should be

"It should not escape notice that gold and silver after circulating in every other quarter of the globe, come at length to be absorbed in Hinduston"

                         ~Francois  Bernier

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Microsoft, Nokia: An ugly affair

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Monday, February 24, 2014, In : economic articles 

Nokia had finally unveiled a Handset which is loaded with ‘the most popular’ OS on earth, Android. The move seems to be strange one when you consider the fact that Nokia has been sold to Microsoft and that deal will be completed by this quarter end. Android may be the most popular OS, but, WHY NOW? To understand it completely, I need to dig into history a bit, bear with me.

PC sales have been declining for the last few quarters; if Microsoft sticks with its desktop business alone, it wi...


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Rupee fall: A postmortem report.

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Saturday, July 20, 2013, In : economic articles 
It wouldn't be much of surprise if one asks question, the one who had seen/read about the crisis we had undergone in the year 1991, that, are we heading for another breakdown? What do you think? What i feel is, it would be nearly impossible to see the same kind of breakdown what we had witnessed in early 90's, given the sheer size of our economy and investors interest in India. But what worries me is our approach to the problem. We have a current account deficit which is ever widening, inflat...
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Can India overtake China?

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Tuesday, July 5, 2011, In : economic articles 

What's the fastest route to economic development? Welcome foreign direct investment (FDI), says China, and most policy experts agree. But a comparison with long-time laggard India suggests that FDI is not the only path to prosperity. Indeed, India's homegrown entrepreneurs may give it a long-term advantage over a China hamstrung by inefficient banks and capital markets.

Walk into any Wal-Mart and you won't be surprised to see the shelves sagging with Chinese-made goods-everything from shoes an...


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Who benefited the most by liberalization?

Posted by VASUDEVA REDDY on Tuesday, January 4, 2011,

It is quite obvious to get the question “who benefited the most by the economic reforms done in India whether the poor or the rich”. One might think after 20 years, almost, of liberalization India. It is a very difficult issue to conclude to one point. Let us see the things happened and the economic development that India made after 20 years of liberalization.

According to the recent statistics India is the eleventh largest nation in the world according to the value of nominal GDP with ...


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