Latest articles from India

Decade of reform

June 2, 2004

India’s securities went from third to first world in record time. But is T+1 a step too far, asks Kala Rao.

China and India: the new powerhouses

March 3, 2004

Mervyn Davies, group chief executive of Standard Chartered, shares his vision of Asia with The Banker.

Tortuous path to pensions reform

March 3, 2004

Kala Rao reports on India’s timid yet nevertheless genuine attempts to overhaul its pension system – and on the global players licking their lips in anticipation.

Riding India’s growth wave

March 3, 2004

Foreign investors are bullish on India’s banks and ICICI especially. By Kala Rao and Stephen Timewell in Mumbai.

HSBC takes local stake

January 5, 2004

After a long-term presence in India, HSBC has surprised everyone by buying into the local banking sector in an apparent strategic shift, writes Kala Rao in Mumbai.

The sharp horns of a dilemma

May 2, 2000

Kalo Rao in Mumbai reports on the latest and most difficult phase of banking reform facing the Indian government.

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