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Rahul Bajaj questions, Amit Shah responds at the ET Awards 2019
Rahul Bajaj asked Amit Shah on Sadhvi Pragya's Godse remark and the fear of t...
New year to be largely a year of stabilisation
The major question for 2020 is: Will the economy continue its rapid slowdown?
Import of wines, cars from EU may get cheaper
India has made a pitch after it decided to stay away from the RCEP agreement — the mega trade b...
Expect better Q3 GDP numbers: FM Sitharaman at ET Awards 2019
Union Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman says she expects third-quarter GDP data to be better. She says the auto sector has cleared large i...
Kashmir is normal, visit yourself to know: Amit Shah to India Inc
Speaking at the 2019 edition of ET Awards in Mumbai Saturday, Union Home Minister Amit Shah urged India Inc to visit the Valley to understan...
ET Awards 2019: Government responded in time to developments in September quarter, says Sitharaman
The September quarter saw growth slip to a six-year low of 4.5 per cent.
No one needs to fear, selected steps were taken to restore certain things: Amit Shah on tax raids
Assuaging corporate India's concerns over tax raids, Union Home Minister Amit Shah Saturday asserted that "no one needs to fear" and "only s...
ET Awards 2019: India will become a $5 trillion economy by 2024, says Amit Shah
Home Minister, Amit Shah emphasised on Prime Minister Narendra Modi's government's commitment to make India a 5 trillion dollar economy at t...
India an oasis that can lead world growth: Piyush Goyal at ET Awards 2019
The Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence are India's most prestigious corporate awards where the best and brightest get felicitate...
Former chief economic adviser against I-T cut, higher GST rate
Arvind Subramanian stressed that there was no space for expansionary fiscal policy.
ET Awards 2019: Raising a toast to India Inc’s best and brightest
Amit Shah, Nirmala Sitharaman and Piyush Goyal to address the audience at India’s premier corporate awards i.e. 2019 edition of the Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence. Shah, Sitharaman and Goyal form a speaker lineup that’s tough to beat at a time when India is looking for answers on national security and growth .
View: How India's economy came back down to earth
India may yet reclaim the mantle of the next big thing, albeit a toned-down and durable version.
Palladium takes out $2,000 as BMO says this time looks different
Power outages in major producer South Africa have hurt mine operations this month, fueling gains.
Slowdown only cyclical, India's growth potential not lost: Chief Economic Advisor
Subramanian said that there was, needless to say, a slowdown in the economy but it needs to be assessed whether it was structural or cyclical in nature. India’s GDP growth in Q1 of the current financial year, fell to a 6-year low of 5%, while Q2 slowed down further to 4.5%. The Reserve Bank of India has also lowered its GDP forecast for 2019-20 from 6.1% to 5%.
To track economic offenders, India to collate e-database
The National Economic Offence Records is being prepared by the CEIB, an arm of the finance ministry. All other agencies, including CBI, Customs, Enforcement Directorate, Income Tax, Directorate of Revenue Intelligence, Directorate General of Goods and Services Tax Intelligence have been asked to regularly update the portal from their nationwide offices.
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