The budget expects nominal GDP growth of 10% in 2020-21, followed by 12.6% and 12.8% in FY2022 and 2023.
The year also witnessed the quarterly downgrades-to-upgrades ratios jumping to 1.59, 2.03 and 2.75, respectively for the nine months
The association said that it was very unfortunate that investment in Health had been stagnating around 1 per cent of the GDP in the publi...Read More
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She said India had undertaken some important reforms that over the longer term would be beneficial for the country, but they do have some...Read More
New Delhi: The Congress on Tuesday claimed that the country's debt increased by over 71 per cent in the last 5.5 years whereas the per ca...Read More
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India Ratings and Research (Ind-Ra) said said the slowdown is a combination of several factors including an abrupt and significant fall
By Jagdish Rattanani
They push the driver, break a few signals and try to stay cheerful. But all around them, the road is now filled with protestors
Mumbai: Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman is likely to stay conservative about the nominal gross domestic product (GDP) growth and set ...Read More
By Kiran Nanda
BPCL’s strategic disinvestment by March 31 is crucial to the government achieving its FD target of 3.3% of GDP. Blue chip PSUs － IOC and ...Read More
By Madan Sabnavis
With the Budget around the corner the focus will be directed here since it will set the tone for the next fiscal.
Washington: India's growth rate is projected to decelerate to five% in 2019-20 amid enduring financial sector issues, according to a Worl...Read More
PM Modi said open discussions and brainstorming in such forums lead to a healthy debate and understanding of the issues.
Bhagat took to Twitter to express a series of wishes
Sources said the Prime Minister took suggestions on boosting consumption and generating demand in the economy.
The labour productivity growth in FY19 was 5.2 per cent. "India will have to raise its labour productivity growth to 6.3 per cent to achi...Read More
New Delhi: The current growth slowdown is reflected not just in the first advance estimates of GDP growth in fiscal 2020 pegged at 5%, bu...Read More
The BJP won only 25 seats in the Jharkhand Assembly elections while three-party alliance of JMM, Congress and the RJD won 47 seats, six m...Read More
It affirmed India's Long-Term Foreign-Currency Issuer Default Rating (IDR) at 'BBB-' with a Stable Outlook.
New Delhi: Moody's Investors Service on Monday said that India's weak household consumption will curb economic growth and weigh on the cr...Read More
Union Minister Rao Inderjit Singh said the government has been undertaking various measures to boost GDP growth.