Sherpas from G20 nations have gathered in China to hold deliberations on setting the agenda for the G20 meeting to be held in September. Niti Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya is India’s Sherpa for the forum and he is attending the three-day long meeting at Guanghzou in China, a source said.
PM Narendra Modi had expressed hope, earlier in the day, that the US would ratify the quota reforms of the International Monitoring Fund, a key demand of the developing countries.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi, speaking at the G20 Summit, while talking about the global economy brought up the matter of black money and what role he expected other countries to play. Here are the top 5 things he talked about while bringing up the black money issue:
Projecting India as a pillar of global economic stability, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today said bold reforms has helped the country to clock 7.5 per cent growth that will improve further in coming years.
India today announced conclusion of a civil nuclear deal for buying uranium from Australia to increase conventional fuel supplies to overcome chronic shortages.
Seeking global cooperation to fight black money menace, Prime Minister Narendra Modi today asked G20 nations to freeze and repatriate unaccounted money hoarded abroad.
BRICS nations — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa — today reviewed the progress made in setting up of the New Development Bank.
The recent competitive devaluation of major currencies, particularly by Asian emerging markets, raises the risk for the country’s external sector
The world’s 20 leading economies have launched a new grouping aimed at boosting the role of women in global economic growth.
Factors like the Chinese devaluation of yuan and the US Fed’s likely interest rate hike are “transient” and it will be only the real economy that will dictate the currency rate fluctuations and markets in India, says Finance Minister Arun Jaitley.
Finance Minister Arun Jaitley said that the efforts for goods movement and capital liberalisation should be complemented by skilled labour mobility. He was speaking at the G20 meeting of Finance Ministers and the Central Bank Governors in Ankara on ‘Framework for strong, sustainable and balanced growth’.
India made a strong pitch for global safety nets to tackle volatility in currency movements and markets, a demand that has come against the backdrop of economic shocks…
To safeguard minority shareholders’ interests and promote capital market as a key platform to raise funds, G20 and OECD today announced new Corporate Governance Principles for listed companies and regulators in all member countries including India.
Prime Minister Narendra Modi is among 31 world leaders whose personal details were inadvertently compromised at the G20 summit held in Australia…
Australia must enter the Indian defence market, leveraging its ties with the US and the UK