Cranfield programmes named top 10 in the world
Cranfield School of Management’s MBA and its Finance and Management MSc have been named as two of the world’s very best programmes in the new Times Higher Education/Wall Street Journal rankings.
Cranfield’s full-time one-year MBA programme was named 7th in the world and 1st in the UK and its MSc in Finance and Management was named 6th in the world and 2nd in the UK, in the rankings released this week.
India's central bank cuts key interest rate
Interview with Sunil Poshakwale, Professor of International Finance at the Cranfield School of Management.
US-China relationship talk with Sunil S. Poshakwale
Radio Sputnik has discussed the absence of the US delegation at the forum and its impact on US-China talks with Sunil S. Poshakwale, Professor of International Finance at Cranfield School of Management.
View the transcript and listen to the interview on the Sputnik News website.
Indian government’s US $10bn economic stimulus plan
With more than seven million cases of COVID-19, India is the world's second worst-affected country by the pandemic. The outbreak has taken an immense toll on the economy, with the World Bank forecasting a more than 9-percent drop in GDP this year. Now the government's launching stimulus measures worth 10 billion dollars to get businesses back on track. Watch the video below, to hear the thoughts of Sunil Poshakwale, Professor of International Finance at Cranfield School of Management.
India's Supreme Court orders stay on new farm laws – Money Talks
India's top court has suspended the implementation of three new agricultural laws after months of protests. Farmers have been protesting the reforms since September. They say it benefits large corporations and robs them of their livelihoods. Ishan Russell has this report from New Delhi. We were joined by Sunil Poshakwale in Birmingham. He's a professor of International Finance at the Cranfield School of Management.
India's government piles on debt as it spends on economic revival – Money Talks
Months of lockdown and millions of cases of COVID-19 jolted India's economy last year, shrinking it by 7-percent. But infection rates are falling and inoculations have begun. The Modi government has unveiled an annual budget worth almost half- a- trillion dollars to help the economy out of recession. And it could also calm famers who've been protesting controversial new agricultural laws.