Regulations are the new focus of economic statecraft. Their increasing importance is reflected in the negotiations on global financial standards, plurilateral trading rules, and regional economic unions.
External integration—which the Trans Pacific Partnership and the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership will generate—has policy implications that India must manage well and quickly. As a first step, India can introduce the GST, among other measures, in order to become a more unified domestic economy.
Pressure for a unified public procurement framework is mounting on India from both within the country and internationally. While an integrated procurement structure is necessary, a broad policy architecture must precede the framing of any legislation
The Indo Asian News Service carried a quote by Rajrishi Singhal, Senior Geoeconomics Fellow at Gateway House, analysisng the economic agenda mentioned in the BJP's manifesto
Gateway House's Director Manjeet Kripalani wrote an article for Outlook India about the Union budget of India. She gives her opinion about the budget and raises doubts on the reforms, if any, that have been proffered.