INDIA & THE W.T.O.
R C Murthy
Journalist R C Murthy had senior editorial assignments at the Business Standard and was a correspondent of the Financial Times, London. He also writes for several financial journals.
Maharashtra govt, Enron in a bind
Policy drill not a 'non-event' any more
RBI must ensure rate cut benefit reaches the customer
Sinha delivers on his promise to 'bite the bullet'
Time to 'bite the bullet' nears for Sinha
February 2000: Rate Cut I won't be earth-shaking
Online trading: glad tidings for small investors
Banking reforms hold precedents for the insurance regulator
Bimal Jalan missed the opportunity to stimulate business sentiment
Credit Policy: President's address has enough hints for Bimal Jalan
Vajpayee's goal: overcoming resistance from within to economic reform
World Bank follows in India's footsteps
Intra- and inter-party feuds dwarf economic issues
Material cost of Operation Vijay: Rs 200 million a day
Of peaks, pits and the battle of wits: the story of stockmarket swings
Why nuclear India should soften Japan to restore ADB aid
Expansionary policy from a Gov in tune with govt
Rate cuts can wait; Jalan must recast banking
Time for spring-cleaning stock exchanges
A case for taking calculated risks in rate cuts
This Budget is probably the least inflationary over the past decade
Budgets must be forward looking. Are they?
Time for tough measures to tackle fiscal travails