War and international tensions have led to sanctions, tariffs, questions for business owners and not a lot of answers for how to mitigate the fallout. Here are some strategies to consider.
Although sometimes we do not realize it, in times of inflation companies reduce the amount of product we receive for the same price. Such is life in a world plagued by pandemics and wars.
The deal was supposed to be a boon to American business and industry as China stepped up its purchases of U.S.-made goods. Two years on, the reality looks different.
After showing a promising commitment to businesses throughout the pandemic, the government is now doubling down on damaging tariffs against China.
Economists have had a massive collision on trade policy, and they offer a sturdy foundation for free trade and for elimination of trade blockades. Though the intention of a trade accord is to ease up trade, the actual supplies are heavily shaped by conjugal and global political realities
That's a 100 million more consumers than its Singles Day in 2017!
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said that amidst growing trade tensions between US and China, India can turn out to be the favorable destination for MNCs moving out of China
The filing came amid market rumours that the U.S. was considering delisting Chinese firms from U.S. stock exchanges.
FM Nirmala Sitharaman announced a cut in the corporate tax rate for manufacturing such units to 17 per cent which is likely to attract MNCs to establish units in India, especially when companies are looking beyond China given its trade war with the US
Indian Government has taken steps ahead to capitalize trade by allowing global companies to invest in India amidst US-China trade war
From the angle of Investors, they generally try to find deeply discounted price when marketing declines and figure out strong breakouts in strong fundamental companies
Many see the trade war as a storm with no end in sight. If that's the case, what measures should companies take to navigate the turbulence?
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Though opportunities for India are aplenty, it remains to be seen whether it would be able to capitalize on the growing distress between the two major economies of the world