Tue10242017

Last updateThu, 10 Aug 2017 9am

The Economist

google-news-logo  BBC Hindi  First PostyahooNewsLogo   google-samachar  BBC  TimeDainik Jagran

ReutersCNN   WSJ    CBC    hindustantimes logo beta    The Economist   Dainik Bhaskar   TOI 

 

THE LAMP POSTS in Kliptown, South Africa, do not all stand up straight. One lists awkwardly, laden with cables carrying stolen electric...
Read more...
BANGLADESH EXPORTS 60% more ready-made garments than India, a country with over eight times its population. On the busy roads of Dhaka,...
Read more...
THE SOUND OF an orchestral horn fills the hall as musicians warm up for an evening performance of Rachmaninoff and Tchaikovsky. The venue is...
Read more...
EVEN BEFORE THEY claim their baggage at the airport, visitors to the city of San Luis Potosí in central Mexico see an advertisement for...
Read more...
WHAT COUNTS AS an emerging market? Broadly speaking, an economy that is not too rich, not too poor and not too closed to foreign capital. Th...
Read more...
IN WALKING A middle path, between self-indulgence and self-mortification, Buddhists face great temptations. This struggle for self-cont...
Read more...
THESE ARE NOT your father’s emerging markets, notes Mark Dow, a money manager who used to work for the IMF, on his blog. The phrase all...
Read more...
EVERY FEW YEARS Foreign Affairs, a magazine about international relations, provokes a fracas in a neighbouring discipline, internationa...
Read more...
IN 1875 THE Ottoman Empire defaulted on half its foreign debt, a victim of the “first major debt crisis of the developing world”, accor...
Read more...