October 3rd in Economy by .

After Long Defeat Walmart Got It’s Foot In India

At last, Indian government opened the doors to Walmart, albeit with some restrictions. This make Walmart the first multinational retailer to enter India.

October 10th in World Economy by .

Good News: More Jobs In US

President Obama sent Congress long-pending free trade agreements with South Korea, Colombia and Panama on 3rd October. As a result, this agreements will create thousands of jobs and boost the economy by billions of dollars.

June 10th in 3PL, Aviation, Economy, Logistics by .

Logistics is Accurate Barometer for Economic Climate

Logistics has long been hailed as the lifeblood of the economy. Imports and exports via air, sea and road freight – the volume of which all reflect on how well, or not, the economy is faring.

May 6th in World Economy by .


Making an in depth study and analysis of India vs. China economy seems to be a very hard task. Both India and China rank among the front runners of global economy and are among the world’s most diverse nations.

April 23rd in World Economy by .

India Trade Statistics 2009

Dairy products and computers are among the fast-growing exports from India, while the U.S. maintains a competitive trade advantage in civilian aircraft products.

The value of Indian exports to the world slowed by 18% to an estimated US$165 billion in 2009 from $200.9 billion one year earlier. According to the CIA World Factbook, top trade customers for Indian exports are United Arab Emirates (12.3%), United States (11.7%), China (5.4%) and Singapore (4.5%).

India imported $253.9 billion worth of products from the rest …

April 21st in News by .

Global Economy Will Grow More Then 4% In 2010 – Led by China and India

The International Monetary Fund says the global economy, after enduring a crippling recession, should see better-than-expected growth this year, Then, the fund thought that the world economy would grow by 3.9% this year.

April 20th in News by .

Skies and Airports to Reopen in Europe

After few days of closing the EU airports, finally there is some good news, yes, a limited number of flights took off this morning, Commercial planes will soon return to the skies over northern Europe, thanks to a decision by European Union transport ministers to partially end the ban that has gridlocked much of global aviation because of the risk of volcanic ash.

April 19th in News by .

Impact of Volcanic Ash Cloud over European Economy

The cloud of ash from an Iceland volcano is casting a shadow over the nascent economic recovery in Europe as the cancellation of flights in key markets entered its fifth day.

Until last Sunday, a total of 63,000 flights had been canceled in the four days since ash from a volcano under the Eyjafjallajokull glacier in Iceland closed the airspace of a large swath of Europe, according to air traffic authority Eurocontrol. The air travel and freight disruptions are costing airlines …

April 15th in World Economy by .

American Economic Profile

The largest and still the most important market in the world, the United States of America’s economy is driven by consumers but is troubled by high debt levels.

The United States of America (US or USA) has the world’s largest economy. According to the CIA World Factbook, 2007 GDP is believed to be $13.84 trillion. This is three times the size of the next largest economy, Japan, which has a GDP of $4.4 trillion. US dominance has been eroded however …