Donald Trump’s get-tough-with-China policy is apparently tied to his re-election, swinging between China’s inclination to buy more US farm products and getting tough with China after the pandemic
The value of gold in India is estimated to be 40 percent of the nominal GDP. Monetising 10 percent of this will ensure a liquidity of Rs 13 lakh-crore, which can be used to overcome the crisis
The labyrinth of labour laws are the main reason why medium-size enterprises are entirely missing in India. These laws must be restructured
The large scale return of NRIs from the ‘Gulf’ will present an unprecedented unemployment crisis. This will be coupled with a sharp decline in remittances to India
“Nobody except one country can be held accountable for what happened. Nobody is letting anybody here. We're looking at a group of people that should have stopped it at the source,” Trump said.
Land acquisition is a difficult process in India, that is enmeshed in a number of laws. Stakeholders have been for long asking the government to simplify the processes
April's downturn could be more severe.
The current economic context offers India the opportunity to undertake serious reforms, and actually emerge stronger.
Can India seize this moment and present an opportunity to be the next emerging manufacturing hub? It is not impossible as India has done it in the past by building its reputation in service exports.
India's real GDP growth decelerated to 4.7 percent in the third quarter (October-December) from an upwardly revised 5.1 percent in the second quarter owing to slower government consumption, a steeper contraction in gross fixed capital formation and a smaller net exports contribution.
Khara told PTI here that for India to achieve its ambition of becoming a five trillion dollar economy, it required a 10-11 percent growth rate.
Industry has a major role to play in the successful implementation of the National Resource Efficiency Policy, starting from sustainable sourcing of raw material to end-of-life recovery of secondary raw material.
Since the Fed cut rates in October, its third and final reduction in borrowing costs in 2019, policymakers have agreed to keep their target policy rate in the current range of 1.50% and 1.75% until there is some significant change in the economic outlook.
Spot gold fell 0.3% to $1,553.27 per ounce by 0133 GMT. On Tuesday, prices rose to a near two-week peak before declining as much as 1%.
The upcoming budget is the event where we can expect reforms to manifest, which will set a path for the economy to achieve this target of a $5 trillion economy over the next five years.
He said various departments are working to see how AI, space technology and other modern tools can be used to push economic growth of the country.
The People's Bank of China (PBOC) will work on preventing and defusing financial risks amid "profound changes" in the domestic and international economy, it said in a statement following the fourth-quarter meeting of its monetary policy committee.
In its final policy meeting of a tumultuous year, when it was spurred to cut interest rates three times to forestall a slowdown fueled largely by President Donald Trump's trade war, the U.S. central bank struck a remarkably sanguine tone, confident the actions it had taken so far are working.
Goldman Sachs sees a tentative sense of stabilisation in the Indian economy in 2020
According to a Dun & Bradstreet report, a pick-up in the industrial production will only be gradual as investment remains subdued.
He suggested that the ministry, state and industry body CII can work on some kind of policies and enablers to push the growth of 12 champion sectors being identified by the government.
Moneycontrol's Sakshi Batra talks to Kamalika Ghosh to find out the highlights of the High Level Advisory Group (HLAG) report on trade and how the government plans to boost exports.
In its latest Asian Development Outlook 2019 Report, data from the Asian Development Bank highlight how the GDP growth rate outlook for Bangladesh has bypassed that for India.
Several studies indicate that coal is losing its charm in India. The global trends indicate that global capital is fleeing coal. In such a scenario, is it a smart move for India to open commercial coal mining to 100 per cent FDI?
The cut in corporation tax to an effective 25.17 percent is expected to boost profitability of PSEs and government-owned banks.