Jamie Dimon, CEO of J.P. Morgan Chase, discusses reforms in India, including the recent corporate tax cut. He also says India has a chance to benefit from the U.S.-China trade dispute. » Read More
Mary Manning of Ellerston Capital says the corporate tax cut in India doesn't do help on the macro front and policy response in the country has "backed itself into a corner." She also says she's a long-term bull on the Indian market in part because of the growing population and rising middle class. » Read More
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64% of people said their would trust a robot over their manager, while a further half said they had already turned to a robot for advice, according to Oracle's new Future Workplace study. » Read More
Biocon says it wants to lower the cost of insulin for patients. Kiran Mazumdar Shaw of Biocon says she believes in producing a high volume of products to sell at a low cost and that that won't compromise on profitability.
"It seems like what the two leaders have done is try to set some of the thorny political issues to the side," said Dhruva Jaishankar, director of the U.S. Initiative at the Observer Research Foundation.
Dhruva Jaishankar of Observer Research Foundation says India and China focused on economic and trade issues instead of political ones during the Xi-Modi summit. He also says the two economies have "areas of potential cooperation" that haven't been fully explored.
The leaders of India and China are expected to talk about their unsettled border dispute when they meet, and may also address their differences over Kashmir.
China and India each have other foreign policy priorities to deal with at the moment, so the relationship is not "super critical" for either side, says Simon Baptist of the Economist Intelligence Unit.
The U.K. is sending a space exploration rover to the moon, in what will be a first for the country.
Gurmeet Chadha of Complete Circle Consultants says the strong Indian banks will keep getting stronger and investors should "stay with the winners" and not look for the next big bank.
Leading brewer AB InBev is making a big push in China and other parts of Asia — but seeking to topple local brewers could prove challenging.
CP Gurnani of Tech Mahindra weighs in on 5G networks, Huawei and the role that the IT industry plays in India's economy. He says the industry's goals are "doable" but will require both a "sprint and a marathon."
Hardeep Singh Puri, India's minister of state for civil aviation, says Air India is a "first class asset" despite "unsustainable debt." He also says the Indian aviation sector is in "great health."
Radhika Rao of DBS Bank says the Reserve Bank of India is likely to cut rates at a more gradual pace now that the government cut taxes, showing that it is supportive of growth.
Dharmendra Pradhan, India's minister of petroleum and natural gas, says India has "very diversified" crude oil sources and is not dependent on any specific country
Ajay Singh of SpiceJet says the airline will continue to have discussions with Airbus, but its "first option" is to get the Boeing 737 Max to fly again. He also says, given the amount of scrutiny the jet is going through, it will likely be the "safest aircraft to fly in the world" when it gets certified.
Priyanka Kishore of Oxford Economics says the onus of boosting short-term demand in India still lies with the central bank. She says the RBI may want to front load rate cuts, and will cut by "at least" 25 basis points in October.
The U.K. currently has until Oct. 31 to leave the European Union. That departure has been pushed back multiple times.
India imports around 80% of its oil needs, but Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said he wants to bring that down to 67% by 2022.