Best of BS Opinion: Why is it wrong to say Trump's visit has no substance?

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From why it would be wrong to say there was no substance to US President Trump’s India tour and the factors that deter bank officials from taking credit decisions to why it is important to reduce regulatory risk for growth, here's a selection of Business Standard Opinion pieces for the day.

Why has the global response to coronavirus been so uncertain? Is the point about a business having a higher social purpose real? Or is it management fluff? Alokananda Chakraborty sums up.

The just concluded visit of US President Donald Trump  to  India  has  been  an  unprecedented spectacle and the  backdrop to a significant upgrading of India-US relations, writes Shyam Saran, a former Foreign Secretary and a Senior Fellow, CPR. Click here to read...

The coronavirus is a stress test for the current China-led system of globalisation, according to our top edit. Read on...

It is urgent that the emergency meeting of the Cabinet looks for ways to lower the political temperature in the capital as protests against the Citizenship Amendment Act gather momentum, according to our second edit. Click here to read...   

The risk of roping in bank officials whenever there is a fraud at the borrower’s end is a stringent deterrent to bank officials taking credit decisions, writes Somasekhar Sundaresan. Read on... 

R Gopalakrishnan, distinguished professor of IIT Kharagpur, explains why an innovation ecosystem should resemble a rainforest.  Click here to read...
QUOTE OF THE DAY

 
"Tennis, I'm saying goodbye" 
Five-time Grand Slam champion Maria Sharapova while announcing retirement


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