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The ruling Bharatiya Janata Party faces huge tests in early 2022, when elections in Mumbai, the business capital, and Uttar Pradesh, the largest state, will drive the political narrative in the run up to the next national vot
The consensus forecast for FY22 growth is between 10% and 11% by most analysts, including international raters like S&P, Fitch and Moody's, and so is their domestic counterparts, with the lowest among them being 9% by Brickwo
Fitch had in June last year revised outlook for India to 'negative' from 'stable' on grounds that the coronavirus pandemic had significantly weakened the country's growth outlook and exposed the challenges associated with a h
The performance of the core sector, for instance, continued to improve in January but at a slower pace; the increase was 0.1% month-on-month seasonally adjusted versus 2.2% in the previous months. Worryingly, construction-rel
Union budget 2021: The Finance Minister, under tremendous pressure of presenting the first budget of the decade and in the year of an unprecedented global pandemic, announced the Union Budget of India 2021.
Germany ranks first in the PHDCCI International Economic Resilience (IER) Rank followed by India and South Korea at second and third positions, respectively, according to the report released by industry body PHDCCI.
India Ratings & Research said the NSO projections for GDP growth in FY21 mean that the size of the Indian economy is expected to shrink to Rs 134.40 lakh crore in FY21 as against Rs 145.66 lakh crore in FY20.
The ministry was commenting on the first advanced estimates (AE) of the national income released by the National Statistical Office on Thursday, which projected 7.7 per cent contraction in GDP for the current fiscal year.
The comments came in the backdrop of an US Trade Representative (USTR) investigation which has concluded that India's two per cent digital services tax on e-commerce supply discriminates against American companies and is inco
Subbarao said the second positive aspect he sees is India's federalism, which, "warts and all", has withstood the test of vigorous democracy though there were tensions between the Centre and the states on some issues such as