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Guest Talk by Mr. Pranshu Kaushal on 10th September 2018 on International Trade and Investment, Currency Crisis Prevailing Across Various Economies and Its Impact on Indian and International Business.

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Guest Talk by Mr. Pranshu Kaushal on 10th September 2018 on “International Trade and Investment, Currency Crisis Prevailing Across Various Economies and Its Impact on Indian and International Business.”

The PGDM 1st year students at Jaipuria School of Business (JSB) got an opportunity to attend the guest talk by Mr. Pranshu Kaushal on 10th Sep, 2018, in the Dr. Rajaram Jaipuria Hall of Inspiration, JSB. Mr. Kaushal is an advocate, registered at Delhi Bar Council. Before this he was associated with university of petroleum and energy studies and school of law as an Assistant Professor. He is skilled in formulating educational strategies for media and entertainment laws. He also participated in a Conference on “Opportunities and Challenges in Mergers and Acquisition Transactions” at the International Bar Association at Lax and Cape Town, South Africa.

The Guest Speaker, Mr. Pranshu Kaushal first, talked about ‘Globalisation’. He told that globalisation is the contribution of ample of goods and services produced in a particular country. Adding, he told that everything in today’s world is interrelated. He gave an example of the tragic incident of Princess Diana from England to elaborate how the nations and the products are interrelated.

He further elaborated how India is on the path of becoming a self-driven economy and how it will have the least impact of international crisis. India, because of its huge population and diverse culture and climate, is capable of producing almost all kinds of goods. The speaker also explained about the GDP of a country and about the factors affecting the appreciation and depreciation of the currency a country. The speaker also touched upon the tense standoff between the US and Iran and subsequent, which is leading to the rise of oil prices.

The inquisitive students put up a lot of queries regarding the economy of a country, its currency, the role of IMF and the World Bank etc. which were very clearly resolved by the speaker. The session was very interactive and informative.