Category Archives: Indian Economics

Should HSBC’s expat model inspire the NRI Ministry of India?

The Hongkong and Shanghai Bank calls itself the world’s local bank. HSBC has a huge customer base in different parts of the world and a large number of it’s global customer base always happen to be on the move— be … Continue reading

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Modi plays Robinhood for the cause of bigger economic ‘good’—PM Jan Dhan Yojna rocks!

 Robinhood to Modihood—the financial inclusion scheme is a great move empowering women and unbanked Indians for the first time in the history of independent India  Prime Minister Modi has created a record by opening 15-million new bank accounts in a … Continue reading

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GST: A good policy undermined by regional politics

India’s taxation system is not as transparent as those of the developed economies. It is estimated that GST (the goods and services tax in the pipeline and expected to be implemented by the new government) can add up to 2 … Continue reading

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How about the ‘real’ Forbes List of India’s Richest?

Tapping the great market opportunity of the unlisted 30%! Forbes is popular for listing down India’s richest people publishing their amassed wealth based on public documents and the share value of their publicly traded companies. This is all official. But … Continue reading

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