India and the Future of the Global System

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The German Council on Foreign Relations (DGAP) cordially invites you to a discussion on

India and the Future of the Global System


Arvind Subramanian
Senior Fellow at Brown University’s Watson Institute for International and Public Affairs; Former Chief Economic Advisor to the Government of India


Guntram Wolff
Director of DGAP

Thursday, September 8, 2022, 10:00 to 11:30 AM
at DGAP, Rauchstr. 17, 10787 Berlin and via Zoom

Fueled by recent geoeconomic shocks, the global trading system is currently experiencing a massive transformation. While the COVID-19 pandemic has closed factories and upended supply chains, Russia’s invasion of Ukraine has disrupted food and energy supply around the world. These shocks have had an asymmetrical impact across countries: In contrast to manufacturing powerhouses like China, service trade-heavy economies such as India’s have managed comparatively well. Still, Delhi needs to address a host of domestic and international challenges to truly seize the initiative in this evolving trade environment.

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8. September 2022 10:00
8. September 2022 11:30


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