With over one billion people and vast latent productivity growth possibilities, India has unmatched potential to change long-term global economic outcomes. While India is already delivering higher growth rates than ever before, its future performance is uncertain. While the nation could match or exceed the shock China delivered since 1990, its path is and will be profoundly different. Understanding the mix of growth potential, political impediments, and breakthrough policymaking possible today requires high-level involvement in the Indian political conversation married with a deep understanding of both development economics and the minds of business leaders.
RHG’s India practice is led by Pramit Pal Chaudhuri, one of India’s most highly-respected analysts of the country’s global economic and political relations. A widely recognized thinker in policymaking circles, and a member of the India’s National Security Advisory Board, Pramit is foreign editor at the Hindustan Times and publishes extensively on economic and security affairs.
Articleby Pramit Pal Chaudhuri
Few Asian countries have had as long and sustained a historical engagement with the Middle East as India. One of mankind’s oldest maritime trading routes ran from ancient Sumeria via Bahrain to the civilization of the Indus Valley. Imperial Britain’s Persian Gulf interests were managed ...