Hosted by Anupam Manur, assistant professor at Takshashila Institution, with panelists Narayan Ramachandran, co-founder of the Takshashila Institution, and Thomas J. Duesterberg, senior fellow at Hudson Institute.
The United States has called for a restructuring of the global supply chains at a time when many American and Japanese companies are moving out of China. India has recently announced reforms that could make it a potential hub for these companies. Will the new opportunities push India towards greater trade and economic liberalisation? How does India’s push for self-reliance fit into this world? What will global trade look like in the aftermath of COVID-19?