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Dwindling flows
The World Investment Report 2008, a publication of UNCTAD, has highlighted certain deleterious, if predictable, consequences of the U.S. financial crisis for capital flows, especially foreign direct investment. Aggregate flows across the globe ...

Bitter medicine
The action of the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) in blocking the import of 30 drugs produced by Ranbaxy Laboratories Limited and blacklist two of its major production facilities in India is a new setback for India’s pharmaceutical ...

Leader Page Articles
Wall Street transforms U.S. presidential race
By P. Sainath

It has taken the biggest crisis since the Great Depression to put the American economy on the agenda of the presidential polls.

News Analysis
Why the ninth EU-India summit matters
By Benita Ferrero-Waldner

New mechanisms for discussing economic issues, with a particular focus on macroeconomics and financial services, are being set up.

Towards a more fruitful association
By Vaiju Naravane

In the view of several French researchers and political scientists, the Indo-European Union summit is singularly lacking in substance.

Questions of use, abuse and style
“The Hindu was prescribed as a textbook for English learning in the early era and especially in the small towns and villages of India,” says A.V. Raman, a Ph.D. scholar at the University of Warwick, U.K. The paper is falling into a ...

Confucius commemorated
“The movement of heaven is full of power. Thus the superior man makes himself strong and untiring.” This is the classic doctrine of Confucius. It was chanted and signed by 40 deaf or mute children during a ceremony marking the ...

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