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Anupam Manur in an ET Now TV panel discussion on India’s dependence on Chinese products

Anupam Manur, Assistant Professor, Takshashila Institution appeared in a panel discussion on reducing Indian dependence on Chinese goods in the wake of heightened geopolitical tensions at the border. Manur argued that tariffs, duties or outright bans can hurt Indian citizens...

“Trade wars are easy to win”! Think again, Mr. Trump

“Trade wars are good, and easy to win!”, Mr Trump had exclaimed. About a year after such an exclamation, there are hundreds of farmers, Trump’s traditional voter base, gathered around in Washington, to pressure policy makers and the Trump administration...

The Great Liberalisation of 1860

Some debates, it seem, never go away. In the first half of the 19th century, France has some of the most extreme protectionist laws in the world. It had 58 prohibited items for import and 12 items for export. Ideas of...

The US-China War for Technology

The US-China Trade War goes well beyond tariffs on steel. Tariffs might just be a current battle, but the real conflict between China and the United States could be on technology dominance. In Part two of the podcast, we talk about how...

The US-China Tariff Battle

In this podcast, we take a deep look at the trade-war between US and China. We begin by questioning the terminology itself. Is it a trade-war? Or is it just a tariff-battle? Further, we look at the domestic political economy...

The Fallout of US Tariffs

Tariffs and other protectionist measures from the US have injected bitterness into its relationship with many countries and India is no exception to this.