Highlights of Business Today 22nd April 2018, issue:
The latest issue of Business Today carries a cover story on Caught in the Middle.
As US and China get ready for a trade war, India needs clever policies and deft political maneuvering to avoid collateral damage. To know more read Caught in the Middle.
The New Delhi WTO mini-ministerial fails to come up with any solution to the global trade wars. Find out more at Frozen Trade.
If India is to have a data protection act doubling up as a privacy mechanism, the EU GDPR is probably our best bet. To know more read Digital Data Capture Law Needed.
SAIL has turned around after 10 consecutive quarters of losses. But it needs to do much more to stay relevant in future. Find out more at Out of the Woods.
India's biggest distressed asset investor, Rashesh Shah of Edelweiss Group, has accumulated the largest pile of bad loans - over Rs 90,000 crore. Will his gambit succeed? Read more at King of Distressed Assets.
With industry needs rapidly changing due to advancing technology, a host of online courses, both globally and locally designed, have sprung up to help professionals upgrade their skills. To know more read Rise of the Net-Trainers.
All this and much more in the April 22, 2018 issue of Business Today. So buy now!
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