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Top 10 Famous Book Fairs of the World

EduINDEX tries to participate in all important international book fairs. Delhi World Book Fair  Frankfurt Book Fair  London Book Fair  Abu Dhabi Book Fair     Capetown Book Fair     Nigeria Book Fair     Ghana Book Fair     Mauritius Book Fair     Sharjah International Book Fair     Tokyo International Book Fair […]

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The bonanza / disaster of 2014

As the year draws to a close it is customary to review the year gone by. What do you think was the most significant event of 2014 ? Some would say Ukraine. A few might vote for Ebola. Still others might say ISIS. What about the missing Malaysian Airlines plane […]

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Make in India

India is an outlier in terms of economic development. Traditional economic theory suggests that in the beginning all economies are dominated by agriculture. As the economy develops, manufacturing becomes the predominant sector. Further up in the stage of development comes services. The linear development is the model for all countries, […]

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No french fries in Japan

If you go to a McDonald\’s in Japan, be prepared for no french fries (freedom fries ?). Or, at best, if you smile nicely at the young girl, you might get a small fries. No wolfing down the one tonne abomination called large fries. The end of the world has […]

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Oink Oink; I am taking over the world

What do you think the purpose of agriculture is ? To feed people, right ? Wrong ! The purpose of agriculture is to feed pigs. Very shortly more than half the crops grown in the world will be used to feed pigs. This was the astounding revelation I read in […]

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Oh No, you too China ?

The United States believes, sometimes, that it is so unique that it exists in Planet HIP 116454b (discovered yesterday). Some of its laws and practices are completely unintelligible to other members of the species Homo Sapiens. Chief amongst them is its laws relating to guns. A lesser dramatic field is […]

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Deflation: a curse or a boon ?

Stock markets tumbled last Monday. Investors claimed they were worried by two things – Deflation and the possibility (yet again) of a Greek exit from the Euro. Even Rajalakshmi, she who is sitting in front of CNBC doing day trading, claimed to be concerned about deflation. Assuming that she can […]

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The tortoise may overtake the hare

Sometime in 2015, or more likely 2016, or maybe 2017, India will overtake China as the fastest growing large economy in the world.  It could potentially be a historic moment, for India and the world. The opportunity is India\’s to grasp, or equally likely, drop. China\’s economy is slowing. Its […]

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Screw around with Kraft

What do you call something who is passed from hand to hand ? Used goods ? Probably something worse ? Well, that is what we have to call Kraft these days. With a touch of slight (?) exaggeration, you could say that the land of mom and apple pie, could […]

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