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Mihir Sharma Opinion Editor for Business Standard

Mihir Swarup Sharma is the Opinion Editor for Business Standard.

  • Democrats' 'Green New Deal' isn't global enough

    At the fourth United Nations Environment Assembly in Kenya this past week, experts and officials from around the world debated how to come up with the investment and innovation needed for countries to grow without dooming the planet. National leaders, NGOs and others discussed how to create more "sustainable patterns of consumption and production". What really struck me in Nairobi, though, was what wasn't discussed: the "Green New Deal" being pushed by Democratic Party politicians in the US.

    18 Mar 2019 at 04:05

    US reign at World Bank must end now

    In many ways, David Malpass, whom US President Donald Trump nominated to head the World Bank, is an unsurprising choice. He's a senior Treasury official overseeing international affairs. Plus, his background absolutely screams "Trump nominee": He isn't a woman (Indra Nooyi, formerly of PepsiCo Inc, was being considered). He is an outspoken critic of the institution he is now to head (recall Scott Pruitt's tenure at the Environmental Protection Agency). And he has a controversial Wall Street background (he was chief economist at the ill-fated Bear Stearns), as well as some embarrassing calls in his past (he wrote a Wall Street Journal op-ed in 2007 insisting that the housing market couldn't pull down the broader economy).

    08 Feb 2019 at 04:10

    Tarnishing a developing-world star

    Bangladesh under Prime Minister Sheikh Hasina looks like a developing-world success story. Last year, its economy grew at close to 8% a year, faster than its neighbour India's. Its human development indicators, as Nobel Prize-winning economist Amartya Sen is fond of pointing out, are even better than its income level would indicate.

    04 Jan 2019 at 04:05

  • Nobody's got a clue on India's poll

    India's parliamentary elections are like no others in the world. Nine hundred million people are eligible to vote in 2019, for 573 constituencies -- the largest of which contains almost three million voters. The country will take 39 days to vote; some states, like giant Uttar Pradesh with a population of 200 million, will vote in seven stages. And, on May 23, we will get to know who won.

    14 Mar 2019 at 03:55

    Politics as usual in India again

    India's Prime Minister Narendra Modi is in a spot of trouble. He has to face reelection in a few months amid growing dissatisfaction with his government's performance; he's likely to use every lever available to eke out a win. One such lever, unfortunately, was the interim federal budget that his lame-duck government presented last week, to keep official machinery running till the next government can come in with a mandate and make decisions about taxation and spending. As many of us feared, Mr Modi broke with bipartisan convention: He used the occasion essentially to launch his election appeal to India's voters. And, unfortunately, it's one that they have heard before.

    05 Feb 2019 at 04:05

    China should remember its old friends

    Nobody can know if, when Deng Xiaoping launched his strategy of "Reform and Opening Up" 40 years ago, even he could have predicted the near-miraculous transformation of the Chinese economy that would follow. In the years since then, hundreds of millions have been lifted out of abject poverty and into the ranks of the global middle class; China's industrial heartland became the workshop of the world; and the People's Republic has muscled its way into the first rank of global powers.

    19 Dec 2018 at 04:10

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  • Editorial

    Come clean on assets

    Come clean on assets

    The plan by Future Forward Party leader Thanathorn Juangroongruangkit to voluntarily transfer his assets to a so-called "blind trust" prior to becoming an MP is a welcome move, even...

    21 Mar 2019 at 04:00

    Than Tha Aung

    CLM must prepare for 'Industry 4.0'

    The phrase "Industry 4.0" has become a buzzword in Thailand. From agriculture to education, every sector aims to upgrade to "smart" status. This means the Thai economy is going to be...

    21 Mar 2019 at 04:00

    Editorial

    Black panther killing

    Black panther killing

    Despite the presence of black leopard carcass at the camp as seen in the widely-circulated photo, Premchai was 'not at the scene.'

    20 Mar 2019 at 04:40

  • Anjani Trivedi

    At Hyundai, it's still very much a man's world

    Shame. One of the world's biggest investors and some of the most influential proxy advisory firms just stuck another nail in the coffin of corporate governance reform in South Korea.

    21 Mar 2019 at 04:00

    Postbag

    Leopard in the room

    Leopard in the room

    Re: "Airport rail pact 'needs fine-tuning'," (BP, March 20).

    21 Mar 2019 at 04:00

    Sutapa Amornvivat

    Know Your Customer, digitally

    Know Your Customer, digitally

    Data privacy and security of citizen's information are the priority for any identity platform, including Thailand's NDID and its 'highly secure' blockchain.

    20 Mar 2019 at 04:25

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