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Economic revival unlikely soon: International Monetary Fund
Fund’s chief economist Gita Gopinath stresses need for ‘important reforms’ in land acquisition and labour laws
Nirmala Sitharaman, Ravi Shankar Prasad to speak at Times Network’s India Economic Conclave
Over the years, India Economic Conclave has been ...
India is growing for us despite political changes & economic slowdown: Lars Schmidt, Swarovksi
Lars Schmidt, the new managing director – cons...
IEC 2019: For a fair competition, it is important to continue having a strategic PSU asset, says Ravi Shankar Prasad
For a fair competition to happen, it is important to continue having a strategic PSU asset, The rights of individuals, privacy and govt safe...
WEF@Davos: Padukone to talk mental health, Sadhguru to hold meditation sessions
When world leaders congregate in the Swiss ski resort town of Davos later this month to discuss a more cohesive and sustainable world, the stigma around mental health will also be a key area of deliberation and one of the persons spearheading this topic would be actress Deepika Padukone.
NPCI sets up subsidiary for exporting UPI to international markets: RBI governor
UPI is an interoperable instant fund transfer technology created by NPCI that enables interbank fund transfer. There are currently 140 member banks using the UPI rails to enable payments for customers across the banking sector. The NPCI is RBI's payment governance arm and is owned by a consortium of top Indian banks.
Quantum leap: It's time to reflect honestly on our motivations for innovation
Technology is beneficial in all sorts of ways but it’s also tearing us apart in ways we are only gradually comprehending. Generationally, we have had the luxury of learning by mistake and course-correcting. However, when mistakes happen at a huge scale, the cost of learning by mistake is enormous on everyone— also futile because the pace of change is so rapid.
Economic slump: Time to acknowledge, says Madan Sabnavis
Is the economy already in a slump? Talking to ET Online, ahead of the GDP numbers for the second quarter, Madan Sabnavis of Care Ratings say...
Retail industry expects growth in second half of 2020
While major players struggled to keep themselves on the growth chart in 2019, they expect a decent double-digit growth coming back in 2020. But experts are cautions, saying it would depend on factors like recovery of manufacturing and other sectors, incentives in the Budget and availability of money in the hands of consumers to make purchasing decisions.
Bhumi Pednekar talks Ranveer, gaining weight & OTT platforms at the Times Network's IEC 2019
Actress Bhumi Pednekar, best known for her versatile roles in films like 'Dum Laga Ke Haisha' and 'Shubh Mangal Saavdhan', spoke her heart o...
Govt has made several attempts to alleviate economic concerns: FM Sitharaman at ET Awards 2019 | VIDEO
The Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence are India's most prestigious corporate awards where the best and brightest get felicitate...
View: Tax regime globally, as well as in India, is heading for some significant changes
The role of tax havens where servers can be located makes the task of a tax authority even more difficult. The debate on where MNCs should be taxed has grown interesting.
Instamojo boss is a bibliophile, reveals how a number trick helps him finish books in 6-7 hrs
Sampad Swain says that he takes almost 1.5 minutes to finish reading every page.
Time to upskill: Recruiters will look for creativity, emotional intelligence, originality in 2022, says WEF
A WEF report says that skills in demand today are likely to be outmoded in the next 5 years.
India will emerge stronger from economic slowdown, Modi says
"India has witnessed such ups and downs previously as well," said Modi.
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