No plan to reduce headcount due to slowdown: Tata Motors
Tata Motors is not looking to reduce workforce due to the ongoing slowdown in the domestic market, as it expects things to get better amid a wave of new products lined up for the launch over the next few months, a top company official has said.
Hair oil, biscuits bear slowdown brunt
Most of these products fall in the discretionary category where consumers - especially rural ones - re...
Malls make a killing by turning into one stop for all the wedding shopping
Malls are cashing in on wedding shopping, which is a massive indus...
Xi Jinping calls for 'contingency plan' to deal with economic slowdown in 2020
The three-day Central Economic Work Conference headed by President Xi, which took place under shadow of the ongoing trade war with the US, concluded here on Thursday. The conference discussed economic targets for 2020, including gross domestic product (GDP) growth and inflation ahead of China's annual legislative session to be held in March.
Overall global slowdown impacted textiles but no report on decline in industry: Smriti Irani
“Overall global growth slowdown no doubt impacted the growth of most of the domestic sectors including textiles and subsequent improved demand and profitability will no doubt be partly countered by sticky working capital requirement,” she said in a written reply to a question on expected improvement in overall credit profile of textile sector
Investors believe govt clueless on how to tackle slowdown: Jamal Mecklai
Jamal Mecklai, Founder & CEO of Mecklai Financial, says sovereign bond issue is an idea the government must not shelve. He says while money ...
Citizenship Act amended to distract people from country's economic slowdown: Kamal Nath
Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Kamal Nath on Friday accused the Union government of practising "politics of distractions" and said the Citizenship Act was amended to divert people's attention from the country's economic slowdown.
View: Government needs to significantly improve its policymaking process
Govt has to bring in many more talented professionals and get them involved in the policymaking process.
Nirav Modi's diamond swindle is hurting India’s economy in grip of slowdown
India’s gems industry employs almost 5 million workers and contributes about 7% of the GDP.
CV demand may look up from Q3 of next fiscal
In an exclusive interview with ET’s Ketan Thakkar and Satish John, Sondhi said the worst is over for the Indian commercial vehicle market and demand should look up from the third quarter of next financial year.
RBI likely to resume dovish stance from FY21: Nomura
Nomura expects fiscal policy to play a bigger role in reviving growth.
Street may be starting to factor in rate hike possibility in 2020
The latest set of statistics seems to be changing the market perception on future rate action.
CIL to raise fuel stock at power plants to 22 days
Following successive months of slowdown, the company has managed to raise average daily production from 1.27 million tonnes in October to 1.8 million tonnes now. This increased stocks at power plants by 64% since October to 28 million tonnes—enough for 17 days. It is almost double last year’s stock position.
Rain, industrial slowdown are helping India kick its coal habit
Coal generation fell for a fourth month in November, the longest such streak in govt data going back to 2005.
India's economy to grow at 4.3% in Q4 2019 : Nomura
Nomura also believes that the first quarter of 2020 will see a "weak" uptick in GDP growth at 4.7 per cent.
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