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Study proposes creation of North-East Corridor
Business Line, 25 June, 2017
An A.T. Kearney-FICCI study has proposed the creation of a North-Eastern Corridor to tap the full potential of connectivity proposals under implementation between India and its Eastern neighbours, including Bangladesh, Bhutan, Nepal and Myanmar.  More...


How Darjeeling row is impacting trade in Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal
ET, 25 June, 2017
ET Magazine travels through India’s chicken neck, a 22-km-long stretch between Bangladesh and Nepal, to track trade movement among four nations — Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal.  More...


South Asian countries building connections
EastAsia Forum, 24 June, 2017
The Bangladesh, Bhutan, India and Nepal (BBIN) sub-regional grouping has realised that narrowing connectivity gaps is a must for facilitating regional trade.  More...


SAARC intra-regional trade drops
FE, 19 June, 2017
Intra-regional trade of the South Asian Association for Regional Cooperation or SAARC dropped further in 2016, according to the latest statistics.  More...


Promise and Flux in South Asian Electricity Trade
Asia Foundation, 14 June, 2017
Grand experiments in geopolitics, in the absence of external shocks such as war, often begin by cautiously testing new ways of doing things. Sovereign states calibrate and then re-calibrate their visions for the region by expanding and aligning interests with their neighbors, with the hope that the sum of what is achieved is greater than its parts. Recent actions indicate that this is underway in South Asia. More...






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