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As Amazon turns 25, a look the relationship with one of its biggest target markets: India.
The U.S. trade war with China has grabbed the most headlines, but the Trump administration’s relationship with another key economic partner, India, is also growing rockier.
India hit the U.S. with some retaliatory tariffs of its own, a response to U.S. steel and aluminium penalties levied on many countries.
Following tariffs on China and Mexico, India's change in trading status change makes it look like a multi-front trade war.
India is one of the world’s fastest-growing economies, but a lack of funding and a shortage of school capacity means the country’s education system doesn’t work for the tens of millions of students trying to get through it each year.…
India’s rapid growth has not yet encouraged more women to look for jobs. According to the World Bank, India has one of the lowest female labor participation rates in the world. Less than a third of women 15 years and…
Fierce competition for university spots has led to an increase in "cram schools."
Here are some of the millions of informal workers who hold the key to India's jobs market.
India isn't generating enough jobs to lift living standards.
India has one of the youngest populations in the world. But the lack of jobs for them is a huge problem.