The services jobs that fintech and other startups will create are not because of any specific government programs.
According to the World Trade Organisation, only 1-2 percent of world commerce has been affected since the onset of the crisis by trade curbs of one sort or another.<br /><br /> <br /><br />
Powerhouses like India and China have long craved for more say in the IMF. The moment is here to be grabbed. But they seem to be content with staying on the sidelines. Why this shift? It’s simple. The key issue is all about finding a common ground among these countries as diverse as Japan and Bangladesh, or for that matter China’s Communist set-up and India’s vibrant democracy. And this, by no means, is easy.