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PROMOTING THE SEMICONDUCTOR INDUSTRY IN INDIA The government of India is pitching high in attracting more and more entrepreneurs to set up semiconductor fabrication units in India.  At least 10 such units are estimated to come up in the immediate years. We cannot keep importing chips always as several manufacturing units need chips. Taking a call of the government's ATMA NIRBHAR BHARAT nearly five proposals are in the pipeline and many more are expected to be received in the coming months. At the inaugural session of the SEMICON INDIA, 2022 conference in Bangaluru Prime Minister Modi expressed his intent to place India as one of the key partners in the global semiconductor supply chain and accordingly India will play its role as an enabler and force multiplier through the PRODUCTION LINKED INCENTIVE (PLI) Scheme and a $10 billion package was announced in December 2021 to encourage the more and more investors to set up semiconductor units in India.  Having a roadmap for 20years many

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 Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, Virtual or otherwise Institutions, Colleges, and companies holding Conferences, Seminars, Workshops, etc in Commerce/Economics/Management, and in any allied disciplines may send to us their proceedings and papers presented for publication in our regular issues brought out every January/April/July/December during the year. After the Conference/Seminar is over, the papers presented by the participants must be given wide publicity through journals like E.C. so that upcoming researchers and scholars are facilitated in carrying forward their work and that the experiences are shared by the business/industry/trade circles even after the events have been completed. We welcome suggestions from the academic and business fraternity in the accomplishment of this mission through Economic Challenger. We will appreciate it if the publishing space is reserved by various entities well in advance of the dates of holding the event. We will publish selected articles with


   We invite articles for April-June 2022, Volume 24, Issue 95. Following themes may be taken up. 1. India's EV Push 2. Post pandemic Revenge Shopping in Malls. 3. Refugee problems due to Ukraine War. 4. Environmental degradation  and the ongoing War. 5. India has all the right ingredients for developing as a manufacturing Hub. 6. Supply disruptions, c rude  price hikes, and inflation. 7. Attaining Population Replacement Rate or TFR   A rticles may be mailed to us at latest by 30th April 2022. First come first served. No processing charge on the articles on the above topics.  Soft copies of the journal will be provided. While submitting articles and to avail free of charge publishing please give reference to this post dated 21 March 2022. Please visit regularly our website 


The pandemic is still reemerging in certain countries yet what we fear is a bigger risk of the ongoing war between Ukraine and Russia which if not stopped through peaceful negotiations might erupt into a Third World War. This will be a nuclear war devastating the lovely planet totally. No use of taking such harsh step.  When you know you won't exist. Already lots of problems have come up on the economic front.  Rising oil prices, rising inflation, heavy casualties in war-torn nations, and destruction of infrastructure and the ecology. Economic Challenger in its latest issue of Jan-March 2022 has focused on some burning problems on the economic front. We hope its content will certainly impress its readers.  


 Please submit articles for the upcoming January-March 2022, Volume 24, Issue 94. Articles may discuss broadly the following themes: 1. Revised versions of the E-commerce Policy as finalized by the Department of Promotion of Industry & International Trade (DPIIT). 2. Delta, Omicron spreading fast heralding the THIRD WAVE of the pandemic in India and the ways to tackle it. 3. India's preparation for the rollover to the 5-G network. 4. Fiscal deficit to be within the target of India's GDP. 5. The story of fast-growing Indian Startups. Your articles may be mailed to us at latest by 31st January 2022. First come first served. No processing charge on the articles of the above topics.  Soft copies of the journal will be provided. While submitting articles please give reference to this post dated 31st December 2021.


  PLEASE EXPLORE THE OCT-DEC 2021 ISSUE, ECONOMIC CHALLENGER, Volume 24, Issue 93: The index below might prompt you to the most exciting articles in the field of your interest.