With its dairy-heavy diet of curries and yogurt drinks, India seemed a likely place for French dairy company Danone to find success. » Read More
By: Karin Shedd
India is the world's top producer and consumer of dairy. In 2011, the French dairy company Danone (which goes by Dannon in the United States) hoped to capture some of that market by opening its own dairy division in the country. But seven years later, the company reversed course, shuttering its Indian dairy operations. Analysts attribute this largely to the very different structure of India's dairy industry compared to Europe or North America. » Read More
Oliver Tonby of McKinsey & Company discusses the ways Asian economies are changing, including in domestic consumption. » Read More
By: Darren Geeter
The Indian Premier League has only been around for 12 years, but it has fast become one of the most popular and valuable cricket leagues on the planet. In 2018, the league was valued at $6.3 billion, nearly double what it was five years ago. » Read More
There won't be a lot of "substantive announcements" from U.S. Secretary of State Mike Pompeo's trip to India, says Richard Rossow of CSIS.
Indonesian Trade Minister Enggartiasto Lukita said all 16 countries negotiating a mega Asia-Pacific trade agreement should remain in the framework.
India's reluctance to open up its markets has been a sticking point as Asia Pacific countries negotiate the RCEP mega trade pact.
CNBC's "Closing Bell" team breaks down markets ahead of this week's Fed meeting with Jason Trennert, chairman of Strategas Research Partners, and Lindsey Bell of CFRA Research.
CNBC's "Power Lunch" team is joined by Stefanie Miller, Sandhill co-founder, to discuss the latest in the U.S.-China trade war and the new tariffs from India on American goods.
India and Pakistan have a fraught relationship at the best of times, but when it comes to cricket, the competition takes on a whole different agenda.
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Since Indian budget hotel start-up OYO entered China last year, it has opened nearly 10,000 hotels and 450,000 rooms. Its CEO Ritesh Agarwal outlines two reasons for the firm's success.
Hao Zhou of Commerzbank says the RBI has to act to ease lending tightness among non-bank financial institutions. He also says the central bank may need to coordinate with the government to come up with "more comprehensive" framework.
The Reserve Bank of India cut its policy repo rate, or the rate at which it lends to banks, by 25 basis points from 6% to 5.75% and changed its stance from neutral to accommodative.
Jahangir Aziz of J.P. Morgan says the Indian government needs to bring down its fiscal deficit "significantly" in order to create the space for corporate investment to take place.
India's National Statistical Office released a report that showed that the unemployment rate between July 2017 and June 2018 climbed to 6.1% and labor participation rate fell below 40%.
India won't impose retaliatory tariffs on the U.S. in the near future, says Sachin Chaturvedi of the Research and Information System for Developing Countries.
Jean-Charles Sambor of BNP Paribas Asset Management says it's time to add more risk to high-yield corporate bonds in China and India.
Anyone who wants to understand the new, global assertiveness from Beijing would be well served to look at China's economic transformation since 1989.
CNBC's "Closing Bell" team is joined by "Fast Money" trader Guy Adami and Mark Mobius, founding partner at Mobius Capital Partners, to break down how investors can get into emerging markets.
IATA Director General and CEO Alexandre de Juniac says trade disputes have hurt international trade, with cargo loads taking the biggest hit.
When a government is trying to lift its citizens out of poverty, a big part of its plan is usually focused on economic growth. But according to Achim Steiner of the UN Development Programme, addressing global poverty is about more than just growth.
Achim Steiner leads the UN's Global Development Programme, where he works with governments to help lift their citizens out of poverty. Among the most notable countries tackling extreme poverty are China and India. Watch the video to learn what he thinks countries are doing well in their development, and what still needs to be done moving forward.