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Pranjal Sharma

Pranjal Sharma has been analysing, commenting and writing on economic and development policy in India for 25 years. He has worked in print, TV and digital media in leadership positions and guided teams to interpret economic change and India’s engagement with the world

Latest Articles By Pranjal Sharma

Politics Of Policy | Globalisation Is Killing Globalisation

Pranjal Sharma

At World Economic Forum’s annual summit in Davos, it was evident that business and political leaders will have to scramble to save globalisation from itself

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Politics Of Policy | No Cash? Let’s Fintech

Pranjal Sharma

Demonetising high denomination currency by Modi government is a big push towards cashless economy. The focus on fintech by India is echoing at Lisbon’s Web Summit too

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Politics Of Policy | Lisbon As San Francisco

Pranjal Sharma

Portugal government, investors and startups are collaborating to make Lisbon an exciting hub for new age technology

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Politics Of Policy | Competitive But Jobless

Pranjal Sharma

As India climbs on World Economic Forum’s competitiveness ranking, it must focus on the growing crisis in unemployment

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Politics Of Policy | Building A New Tax Culture

Pranjal Sharma

As the government prepares to double the tax payer’s base, online payment systems will help India become more efficient

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United Africa, Crumbling Europe

Pranjal Sharma

The recent launch of an African Passport can unite the continent and boost its growth at a time the rest of the world is getting messier

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Politics Of Policy | Salsa With Latin America

Pranjal Sharma

Venezuela and Brazil crises are dominating headlines, but reforms in countries like Colombia and Cuba are infusing improved positivity about Latin America

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Politics Of Policy | Choose Your Growth

Pranjal Sharma

As the world debates growth, countries are realizing that everyone has to follow a different path. A monochromatic view on growth makes it ugly for everyone

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Politics Of Policy | Saving Markets From Marketmen

Pranjal Sharma

Indian markets remain stunted because some players are exploiting exchanges for money laundering and tax evasion

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Politics Of Policy|Cleaning Sports Globally

Pranjal Sharma

After the FIFA scandal, a new global initiative promises to clean up sports. Emerging markets like India and China will be impacted too

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