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Creativity and innovation play increasingly important roles in modern societies.
Sri Lanka and India have a bilateral free trade agreement that spans twenty years, and although exports from Sri Lanka to its large neighbouring market has grown over time, the market entry performance has been somewhat lacklustre. Yet, the success of some Sri Lankan firms holds useful insights on what has worked and what has not. The present paper, based on surveying firms and in-depth interviews, assesses the India entry strategies of leading Sri Lankan firms that have established themselves and seen success in India. Their experience bears lessons for others seeking to access the large and growing Indian middle-class market, and provides some salutary messages for trade promotion and facilitation entities to boost bilateral trade.
Towards more affordable medicine: A proposal to waive certain obligations from the Agreement on TRIPS
Access to medicines at prices patients can afford has been a recurrent concern for the global com
This paper uses new data from the Asian Development Bank (ADB) and its partners, including the UN
The world and regional economies have been hit hard by the COVID-19 crisis.
The COVID-19 pandemic and associated attempts to contain its spread have created unprecedented hu
The COVID-19 pandemic is considered the most serious health crisis and the greatest challenge to
This paper explores the kinds of demands governments in Least Developed Countries (LDCs) could an