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Monday, March 18, 2002
What price wheat?
EVEN AS THE Centre is deeply embroiled in the politically critical Ayodhya controversy, another issue of serious economic consequence is waiting to be addressed the minimum support price (MSP) for, and procurement of, wheat. The crop is ... More
Will industry rise to the challenge?
THE Finance Minister, Mr Yashwant Sinha, and his team should be congratulated for avoiding theatrics and getting down to business. He has not played to lobbyists, or to the gallery. He believes that the pace of growth will accelerate on its own ... More
Investing in bear market -- A contrarian indicator
"Stocks are still priced as though we were at the top of a bubble market. The dollar is still regarded as though it would last forever. And Americans still spend money as if they had some." www.dailyreckoning.com THIS ... More
Bush's Ten Commandments
Global steel industry scrambles to adjust
THE `infant industry' argument is a mainstay in trade theory. The reasoning is that developing countries may have to step in and protect a feeble and growing industry from competitive onslaught through tariffs. But where do we look for ... More
James Tobin: An economist with a difference
JAMES Tobin is no more. A PhD from Harvard, Tobin won the Nobel Prize for Economics in 1981. The award was in recognition of his pioneering work concerning the financial markets and their relation to expenditure decisions, employment, production ... More
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