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  • India and the Gulf Cooperation Council (GCC): An Economic and Political Perspective

    Indian presence in the Gulf region is civilizational and has developed into a vibrant relationship over the years. With the emergence of India as a large economic power and with the Gulf region simultaneously witnessing spectacular economic growth, economic trends are reinforcing mutual interdependence. While India's economic presence in the region has transformed from barter exchanges between merchants and Indian human capital, India's political presence has remained more or less subdued.

    January 2010

    India Woos GCC’s Sovereign Wealth Fund: Policy, Scope and Precautions

    In 2007, a small piece of research by Steven Jen generated ripples about the role and significance of Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) in the world of finance. The term SWF was coined by Andrev Razanor in 2005, and IMF defined it as “assets held by governments in other country’s currency”. Although, SWF has a history of more than half a century, it gained currency only since 2000. SWFs have been created by the governments for different motives.

    June 26, 2009

    GCC’S New Avatar and Invigorating India’s Interests

    Event: 
    Fellows' Seminar
    February 27, 2009
    Time: 
    1030 to 1300 hrs

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