from Breakingviews:

Train merger could be China’s ticket to elite club

October 29, 2014

By Ethan Bilby

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Edward Hadas:

Surge pricing and the just economy

By Edward Hadas
October 15, 2014

By Edward Hadas

The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own.

from Breakingviews:

China rail reform skirts big question: who pays

March 20, 2013

By John Foley

(The author is a Reuters Breakingviews columnist. The opinions expressed are his own)

from Photographers' Blog:

Riding India’s railways

February 25, 2013

Across India

By Navesh Chitrakar

My journey on the great railways of India began on October 23, 2012. The trip not only marked my first visit to India, it was also the first time that I had ever travelled on real trains because my home country, Nepal, does not have a proper rail network.

from Full Focus:

Riding India’s railways

February 25, 2013

Photographer Navesh Chitrakar spent three months travelling on India's railways, documenting the world's fourth largest rail system, ahead of the Indian Railway Budget announcement. Almost all rail operations in India are handled by state-owned organisation Indian Railways which operates 9,000 passenger trains and transports up to 20 million passengers every day. Read Navesh's personal account here.

from India Insight:

Why Delhi autowallahs take you for a ride

December 5, 2012

(Any opinions expressed here are those of the author, and not necessarily those of Thomson Reuters)

from Global Investing:

Power failures shine light on India’s woes

July 31, 2012

Half of India's 1.2 billion people have been without power today,  bringing transport, factories and offices to a grinding halt for the second day in a row and sparking rage amongst the sweltering population. That's embarrassing enough for a country that prides itself as  a member of the BRIC quartet of big emerging powerhouses along with Brazil, Russia and China.  But the outages will also hit economic growth which is already at 10-year lows. And the power failures, highlighting India's woeful infrastructure, bode poorly for the government's plans to step up manufacturing and lure more foreign companies to the factory sector.

from MacroScope:

Rip-off Britain in effect

July 13, 2010

While most of the developed world frets about deflation, in Britain, inflation just won’t quit. 

from DealZone:

DealZone Daily

April 20, 2010

Australia's competition watchdog blocked National Australia Bank's $13 billion agreed deal for wealth manager Axa Asia Pacific Holdings, opening the door for rival bidder AMP to make a comeback. Australia's competition regulator defied expectations it would give conditional approval for a deal, instead issuing a flat rejection on the grounds a tie-up would hurt competition for retail investors.

from DealZone:

DealZone Daily

January 28, 2010

Shares of China XD Electric Co, which raised $1.5 billion this month in a Shanghai IPO, unexpectedly fell in their trading debut on Thursday, serving a stark warning to China's securities regulator that it may have gone too far in trying to cool the overheating stock market.  Read the Reuters story here.