Adopt Krugman

November 2008
Business Today;11/16/2008, Vol. 17 Issue 23, p21
The article explores the trade theory of American economist Paul Krugman and how it can change the business paradigm in India. Krugman's trade theory discusses trade between countries with similar resources as well as trade in similar products. Indian companies can leverage emerging markets to build new industries. Power and telecom equipment, ship-building and aerospace are industries that can benefit from Krugman's formula.


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