If drawn into a competitive tax war, India may need to make further concessions, which in turn will have negative consequences for our already troubled investment-GDP ratio.
Donald Trump’s bellicose long-term Iran strategy would certainly create a rift between the US and European powers. Even more perhaps than the one that followed George W. Bush’s decision to invade Iraq in 2003.
The funds were not released because the US government could not certify that Pakistan had not taken sufficient action against the Haqqani network.
The Tata-Lockheed combine will likely go head-to-head with Sweden’s Saab for the Indian Air Force’s $10-billion single-engine fighter deal.
None of the Trump administration’s recent announcements with regard to H-1B visas radically new. While there may be challenges for employers, they are not insurmountable.