RCEP deal: Chemical industry warns against misuse of 'rules of origin'
"Indian chemical industry is an industry-of-industries with a combined turnover of USD 160 billion. It is growing at 100 basis points more than the economic growth," ICC President Vijay Shankar told reporters. Indian chemical industry has the potential to be the engine of growth in the next decade, he said.
Factory output shrinks 4.3%; Lowest in almost 8 years
Points at structural slowdown; rate cut seen; Q2 GDP growth may fall below 5%: Economis...
Market mood moved from extremely pessimistic to cautiously optimistic: Sanjay Sinha
Broader market which was very lacklustre and in a state o...
Is gloom and doom over for Indian economy? Big Bull Rakesh Jhunjhunwala answers
Ace investor Rakesh Jhunjhunwala says the continued gloom in the Indian stock market is unprecedented, but hoped that there will soon be lig...
Economic Slowdown: How did we get here
ET explains how a combination of factors, including - a muted consumption demand, a shadow banking crisis, liquidity crunch and NBFC cris...
IMF urges largest economies to be prepared to engage in coordinated policy action
Most countries around the world do have positive costs associated with financing their public debts. And as a matter of fact, most countries around the world have rising public debt to GDP and debt service ratios, said Vitor Gaspar of IMF.
No recession; no need for too much discussion: Mohan Bhagwat on slowdown
The government was taking measures to improve the situation, and we must have faith in it, Bhagwat asserted.
Desi dreams: The rise of Indian internet content creators abroad
Children of Indian immigrants are going against the tide and becoming internet content creators, even if it means giving up stable and well-paying jobs.
What is required next to kick off the growth cycle in the economy?
From a broader perspective, three themes have played out this year.
Saudi Aramco to keep 4.6 mln barrels of oil in Indian storage - govt
In a step to expand the energy infrastructure through global investments, the government is set to lease a quarter of its strategic petroleum reserve to Saudi Aramco to store 4.6 million barrels of oil via Indian Strategic Petroleum Reserves Ltd.
Hard Brexit an opportunity to Indian IT companies: Expert
Former NASSCOM President expressed the view that if there was a "hard" Brexit, the UK would look for new partners and also eye establishing (new) partnerships in technology space. UK's trade linkage with India will eventually help the IT sector.
IMF sees Indian economic growth rebounding to 7% next fiscal
International Monetary Fund sees the Indian economy rebounding to 7 per cent in the next fiscal year.
Tax cuts for the rich is necessary for growth is a mantra that needs to be questioned: Nobel laureate Abhijit Banerjee
Banerjee speaks on tax cuts for the rich, AI and the future of jobs, bad politics, and many other things.
The Sitharaghuraman show: Dear FM, economy needs corrective action, not blame game
The bottomline is that we need to move on. Postmortems serve no purpose. They result in a blame-game.
How to do $5 trillion by 2024: Cut personal taxes, reform labour laws, sell assets
Modi could follow the model he himself pioneered in the Special Economic Zones in Gujarat back in 2004.
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