Three unrelated developments in December provide some useful indicators about the security and strategic outlook for India in 2018.
The bruising electoral battles of last year are set to intensify in 2018 – with the next 12 months being a warm up to the big battle of the general election of 2019.
Goldman Sachs is going to lose on the swings but gain on the roundabouts as a result of President Donald Trump’s tax reforms.
The private companies concerned will take comfort that cooperation could reduce political risk. But for the broader reform agenda, half-measures will likely be worse.
Confounding US policy in the region, India is partnering with Iran to send Afghanistan the assistance that President Donald Trump has said New Delhi should provide.
Sells 85% of units in Project Forest Edge on day of launch
Board approves buyback of upto Rs 166 Cr At Rs 1,100/Sh
Gets environment approval for pesticide plant in Gujarat
Taj Mansingh Bidding may be delayed by a month
Business Standard Reports
BANK OF INDIA
Defers Rs 3,000 Cr QIP as Govt Infuses Rs 2,257 Cr
Business Line Reports