march 2018 issue

Cover Story

New World Trade Order: I, Me and Myself?

US and China being at each other’s throats over trade practices has sent global markets into a tizzy. The tit-for-tat measures and counter-measures of imposing tariffs on each other’s goods have made the possibility of ...

Profits... in a nutshell

This generation of Indians have more spending power than any of the others that came before and they have a taste for dry fruits, specially cashew nuts. With the increase in demand of cashews and ...

Trade Wrap News and Analysis

US-China Poking the dragon US President Donald Trump recently signed an executive memorandum which would impose tariffs on Chinese imports worth $60 billion. Products that will be subject to the new tariff will be aeronautics, modern rail, ...
Overseas Talk

Bilateral trade is on an upswing

Bilateral trade between Spain and India has been growing steadily over the last few years. However, it is yet to reach its potential. In an exclusive interaction with The Dollar Business, H.E. Jose Ramon Baranano ...
Global Manager

India is a critical market for Samsung

Over the last decade the South Korean multinational conglomerate Samsung has cemented for itself a leadership position in the Indian consumer electronics market. In an exclusive interaction with The Dollar Business, Asim Warsi, Global Vice ...

India is becoming future ready

The Ministry of Commerce is expected to soon unveil a new industrial policy aimed at modernising India’s industry. In a freewheeling interaction with The Dollar Business, C. R. Chaudhary, Union Minister of State for Commerce ...
Steven Philip Warner | Editor-in-Chief

Winner takes all. not in a trade war.

Talking about the impending trade war, the question Indian exporters are asking is, "How will it hurt me or my competitors across competing markets?" Steven Philip Warner, President (VMPL) & Editor-in-Chief, The Dollar Business Forgive me if ...

India is an all-weather, strategic partner for France

Indo-French bilateral relationship has gained significant momentum in recent years. Payal S. Kanwar, Secretary General of the Indo-French Chamber of Commerce and Industry (IFCCI), the nodal organisation mandated with advancing business collaborations between the two ...

Waiting for take off

Manish K. Pandey Editor| March 2018 Issue | The Dollar Business It’s been more than three and a half years since Make in India – one of the flagship programmes of Prime Minister Narendra Modi’s government, devised to ...


This is an opportunity that is going to yield great benefits for all countries on the continent as well as big business, small companies and micro-traders. Cyril Ramaphosa  South African President After signing the Kigali Declaration for ...
Policy Monitor

TBTs are hurting chemical exports

While exports from India’s chemical industry has benefitted from the closure of some big chemical manufacturing facilities in China, the industry continues to face several challenges and hurdles including the non-tariff barriers. In an exclusive ...
The Secret Ingredient


When we talk about the export of frozen [Indian] mackerel from India, the last two financial years in particular, show a boom in export revenue. So, while the business from India has been growing, the ...
TDB Forum

TDB Forum Ask A Question March 2018

In the world of export-import, each shipment counts. And you cannot afford to make any “uninformed investment”. So, if you have any doubt or a question, ask us. Our team of experts at The Dollar ...

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