Policy Research Institute

7th PRI-ICRIER Workshop

- Advancing India-Japan Economic Engagement -

 

The Policy Research Institute (PRI) held “The 7th PRI-ICRIER Workshop” in collaboration with the Indian Council for Research on International Economic Relations (ICRIER).

 

In the three sessions described below, presenters and commentators from both Japan and India gave their opinions on the followings; the Japan-India economic situation, the economic partnership between the two nations in the context of the recent progresses of trade and regional economic partnerships, including FDI and ODA, and investment climate in India for Japanese companies. Active discussions were developed among panelists as well as the participants from various backgrounds in the industry-academic-government sector.

Date: March 8 (Wed), 2017, 10:00-16:30

Venue: India Habitat Centre, New Delhi

Summary of meeting(PDF:174KB)PDF

< Session 1: Japan and India: Macro economic outlook in view of world economic trends >

Moderator: Mr. Shankar Acharya, Honorary Professor, ICRIER

< Session 2: Reform Measures in India to Attract FDI & ODA >

Moderator: Ajay Shanker, Former Secretary, Department of Industrial Policy & Promotion, Ministry of Commerce and Industry, Govt. of India

< Session 3: India-Japan Cooperation in the Context of Rising Global Protectionism >

Moderator: Dr. A. Didar Singh, Secretary General, FICCI

 

PRI President Nemoto
[The 7th PRI-ICRIER Workshop:(Left) PRI President Nemoto]

 

* Reports of previous PRI-ICRIER workshops can be found at the following links: