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Rituparna Bhuyan

Rituparna Bhuyan

Chief of Bureau, Delhi

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Rituparna Bhuyan has over thirteen years of experience in covering issues related to public and economic policy matters in both print and electronic media. Since 2005, he has extensively reported on International Trade, WTO, FDI and on issues related to politics, public affairs and economic policy.

Prior to this, he has worked with Business Standard, The Indian Express and Financial Express. Rituparna has done his Post Graduate Diploma in Mass Communication from Symbiosis Institute of Mass Communication, Pune. He is a keen observer of political economy and International affairs and is also an International Visitor Leadership Programme #IVLP2017 Alumnus.

Articles by Rituparna Bhuyan

Biden’s trade representative initiates retaliatory action against India's Equalisation Levy on e-commerce players
India 27 Mar 12:24 PM IST

Biden’s trade representative initiates retaliatory action against India's Equalisation Levy on e-commerce players

  • USTR has the mandate to negotiate bilateral trade and investment issues of United States. It is now proceeding with the steps that could lead to imposition of tariffs or sanctions against India and five other countries.
Economy 16 Nov 02:59 PM IST

Will avoid joining agreements which are 'FTAs by stealth with China': India on RCEP

Commerce Ministry officials shared six specific terms that they disagreed with during the RCEP FTA talks.

Economy 29 Jan 07:19 AM IST

Economic Survey 2020-21 said to forecast FY22 growth at close to 11%

Economy 22 Dec 02:24 PM IST

China FDI proposals yet to be cleared by govt

Economy 04 Nov 01:53 PM IST

Lowest salary increments in 2020 by India Inc in 25 Years: Aon survey

Auto 16 Jul 11:55 AM IST

India restricts imports of power tillers, components

Economy 24 Jun 06:10 PM IST

India's trade deficit with China slips to 5-year low but Hong Kong makes up for the fall

Economy 21 Jun 03:53 PM IST

DPIIT working on curbing low-quality Chinese imports in the wake of border skirmishes

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