The rupee has lost more than 6% against the dollar so far this year as investors cool on Indian assets amid rising crude prices, a deteriorating trade balance and strong dollar.
Sri Lanka borrowed from China for infrastructure projects that were white elephants, says think tank Chatham House.
Blocking China-made equipment means higher costs and that's bad news for local telecom companies, says consultancy firm Com First in Delhi.
Sanctions that forced SWIFT to halt transactions with Russia are seriously hindering payments for oil and fertilizer imports, said a senior SBI executive.
Analysts say there may be worse to come amid concerns over a disappointing earnings report and the imminent end of a 30-day lockup period for anchor investors.
ExpressVPN is the first major provider to push back against the rules being introduced by the India’s cybersecurity agency
The stock market debut of the Life Insurance Corporation of India received a cool response from investors with market volatility and claims of over-pricing blamed
The new rules were brought in by India's Computer Emergency Response Team as part of a wide-ranging tech crackdown on firms operating in the country
A college dropout who rose to dominate the coal sector, Adani has always had an eye for opportunity and a knack for navigating difficult seas, but controversy shadows many of his deals.
India and Russia have finalised a rupee-rouble payment mechanism to get around western sanctions because of the war in Ukraine, according to industry sources.