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Spotlight on Netflix

Overview Netflix is a product of the corporate entity, Netflix Inc. It is an online streaming video on demand services providing company that has surpassed 130 million subscribers across 190 countries. The serv...

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Stuck in the Middle: China

Various economists and political scientists have set out to define the Middle-Income Trap in concrete terms; however, they have failed to reach consensus on what the Middle-Income Trap (MIT) is. Being a th...

AT SEA, CHINA - JULY 13:  Chinese Aircraft Carrier Liaoning is seen during a training mission on July 13, 2017 in At Sea, China.  (Photo by VCG/VCG via Getty Images)
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Investing in United States Defense sector: A bomb move?

“A healthy defense industrial base is a critical element of U.S. power and the National Security Innovation Base. The ability of the military to surge in response to an emergency depends on our Nation’s ability...

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Modinomics: Solid But Not Spectacular

India’s Journey Of Economic Growth India, the land of over 1.3 billion people, with a GDP per capita of just below $2000, has come a long way in recent decades. The largest democratic country in the world ha...

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United States banking sector: Well prepared for the next bust?

The US financial markets are known for being the largest and most liquid in global terms. This sector currently represents around 7 percent (or $1.5 trillion) of the US GDP. As a result, this sector plays a vit...

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The fault in our cars

Global auto sector is expected to shift down a gear. In 2018 value added growth decelerated to 2.9%. We forecast there will be further brakes applied to this growth and we estimate 2019 growth to clock in at 2....

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Japan’s Energy Sector: Right Place, Wrong Time?

When one considers Japan and its industries, stability is the word that first comes to mind. As the world’s third leading economy, Japan’s globalized outlook has the second highest spending on R&D, being th...