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22 Feb 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Current Strategies and Long-term Solutions
This study is an analysis of the current status of the non-performing assets (NPAs) prevalent in the Indian banking system. The various measures that are being taken by the government of India to stem the surge in NPAs and the strategies and practices can serve as long-term solutions to the problem are the main questions that this study addresses. ...
21 Feb 2019  |  South Asia, Middle East & North Africa
Vision on Entrepreneurial Venture
The Government of India (GoI) announced the Start-Up India initiative on 16 January 2016 to provide a favorable business environment for start-ups in the country and enhance the ecosystem. The initiative is aimed at promoting bank financing for start-up ventures to boost entrepreneurship and job creation, with a focus on reducing state intervention...
19 Feb 2019  |  Global
Project Implementation Options
The infrastructure deficit in India is continuing regardless of the relative catch-up in recent years. The Asian Development Bank, in its report titled “Meeting Asia’s Infrastructure Needs", has estimated that $4.40 trillion is needed to fix India’s infrastructure deficit by 2030. That entails more than $250–$300 billion of spending every y...
12 Feb 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Slump in Manufacturing Output Restraining Growth
In Q3 2018, regional growth in the Asia-Pacific region remained stagnated at 4.6% with growth expected to remain low during the forecast period. In Australia, GDP growth increased from 2.4% in 2017 to 2.9% in 2018, largely due to increase in business investment and private consumption. Sri Lanka is expected to register 2.9% in Q3 2018, slower than ...
12 Feb 2019  |  Europe
Moderating export growth to affect growth forecast
The growth outlook for the economies in the Eastern Europe and The Commonwealth of Independent States (CIS) remains moderate. While the economic growth in the Eastern European countries such as The Czech Republic, Hungary, and Poland is gaining momentum, Turkey is expected to plunge into a near-zero growth situation by the end of Q4 2018. Czech eco...
12 Feb 2019  |  Asia Pacific
Uneven Economic Growth; Countries Navigate Trade Policy Uncertainties
Economic growth in the Asia-Pacific region slumped from 5.2% in Q4 2017 to 5.0% in Q1 2018, as the escalation of the trade war between China and the United States had repercussions for global trade growth. China’s growth is likely to slump further from the 6.2% registered in Q2 2018, as manufacturing output started declining in Q2 2018. Australia...
07 Feb 2019  |  Africa
Privatization Led Non-oil Sector Growth Drive Economic Growth in the Region
Economies of the Middle Eastern countries will remain modest due to higher oil exporting revenue being moderately offset by recession in Iran. Higher oil prices are expected to drive oil and gas and hydrocarbon sector in the region, with Saudi Arabia leading the pack in 2019. OPEC oil production dipped in November 2018 due to fall in Iranian produc...
07 Feb 2019  |  Africa
Higher Oil Prices Drive Growth Recovery
Economic recovery in Saudi Arabia will continue to be supported by pick up in oil production to compensative for output decline in Iran. While Aramco privatization is delayed, Saudi aims to generate $11 billion non-oil revenue through privatization program by 2020. The killing of journalist Khashoggi heightened capital flight in October 2018, as th...
11 Jan 2019  |  North America
Analysis of Future Trends and Business Growth Opportunities
Nepal entered a phase of high economic growth of 7.5% in 2016-17, recovering from low economic growth post-earthquake and trade disruption. Nepal is undergoing significant economic transformation, uncovering investment opportunities across a wide array of sectors. The country seeks to sustain the impressive growth rate through increased momentum in...
31 Dec 2018  |  Asia Pacific
Key Themes Driving Innovation, New Business Models, and Creating New Opportunities in the Supply Chain
Innovations in logistics are aplenty with APAC fueling a lot of this activity from its home ground. From self-running trucks to automated contracts, the supply chain is ripe for innovation and homegrown APAC start-ups are plowing the way. The market is seeing the rise of these new breed of participants along key future themes, including artificial ...