After month’s long standoff, the World Trade Organization signed the Trade Facilitation Agreement (TFA) at a ‘special’ meeting of the WTO General Council (GC), the highest decision-making body after ministerial conferences. It agreed to ease […]
The Economics Club IMI
The Economics Club IMI, New Delhi is a student body formed in 2014. We aim to facilitate knowledge sharing and propagation of intellectual ideas.
We publish weekly articles related to latest business happenings as our "Story of The Week".
We also publish "Trending This Week", which is an info-graphic on recent developments in the economy.
We also invite eminent intellectual personalities in the field of business and economics to host insightful sessions on the campus.
We look forward to collaborating and learn by the best of our abilities and resources.
By Kamal Sharma, IMI Delhi 26th May 2014, was the day when Mr. Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister of the world’s largest democracy with the promise to show “Ache […]
An economy is said to be in recession if it suffers two straight quarters of negative economic growth as measured by the country’s Gross domestic Product (GDP). The world’s third largest economy […]
Market is anticipating that due to factors like the fall in oil prices, sluggish growth, lower bond yields, fiscal consolidation etc., and the rate cut by the central bank is imminent. There […]
With the improved political outlook under the Modi led BJP government that has come to power with substantial majority and plans to take a host of reforms, Acche din for India and […]
BJP, with a record win in the Lok Sabha elections 2014, stated ‘Ache Din Aane Wale Hain’. So have the ‘Ache Din’ finally arrived? One thing that could possibly hit the credibility […]
India’s Prime Minister Narendra Modi and Australia’s Prime Minister Tony Abbott concluded a long-pending civil nuclear deal on 5Th September in New Delhi that will give energy-deficient India access to fuel supply […]
“The Kaiser Wilhelm Canal in Kiel is crumbling. Last year, the authorities had to close the 60-mile shortcut from the Baltic to the North Sea for two weeks, something that had never […]
Indian Prime Minister Narendra Modi visited New York and Washington, D.C. from September 27-30, 2014. This was his first visit to the U.S. as leader of the world’s largest democracy and the […]
Last week, Chinese president Xi Jinping’s visit to India was high on drama and low on substance, at least that’s how it appears. Jinping’s visit to India was only the third such […]