The Information Technology (IT) and IT-enabled Services (ITeS) industry in India is the envy of many a nation.
The world economy is now characterized by increasingly interdependent economic activities organized through cross-border value chains and production networks.
When one thinks of the GVC concept, a flux of multinational companies involved in this global process comes to mind—whether it is Nutella’s global sourcing of our favorite Hazelnut spread...
Unilever partners with UNICEF and other agencies in tackling the lack of sanitation facilities in Ghana.
On June 20, 2014, leadership of the g7+ group of fragile states passed from Timor-Leste’s Emilia Pires to Sierra Leone’s Keifala Marrah.
Shenzhen was a small fishing village in the People's Republic of China (PRC) with only 20,000 residents and no industrial base more than 30 years ago.
Can contract farming link farmers to high value chains and provide a road for poverty alleviation? Countries from the developing world increasingly think so.
A growing convergence between agricultural and non-agricultural wages is observed in recent years in Bangladesh.