25 June 2016, Kolkata, Sanjay Basu It is highly debatable and doubtful that liberalization in the FDI norms as proposed shall in any manner promote employment and job creation and the Mamata Banerjee-led Trinamool Congress has vehemently ... Millennium Post, 12 hours ago
Mamata opposes FDI, TMC to raise issue... - The Echo Of India, 3 hours ago
100 pc FDI in pharma, agri will kill Indian brands: Mamata - SME Times, 1 day ago
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It was 2012. The debate on foreign direct investment (FDI) in multi-brand retailing was at its height. As parliamentary affairs minister, it was the job of Chhindwara MP Kamal Nath to ensure the motion to open FDI was passed. When it was cleared, ...Business Standard India, 5 days ago Impact of FDI on economic performance in Africa: Part I Zimbabwe Independent, 3 weeks ago Sri Lanka's government seeks changes to legal framework to encourage foreign investment Oxford Business Group, 4 weeks ago Too much reliance on foreign investment says think tank Infrastructure Intelligence, 1 month ago
Should we focus our efforts on foreign investment or domestic investment? Policymakers in developing economies often ask this question when the World Bank Group advises them on how to improve their countries investment climate or investment ...World Bank, 2 weeks ago Is Foreign Direct Investment Driving Capital Flight from Africa? The Real News Network, 1 day ago
AN absurd debate has been going on for some time in India. On the one side are those who blame Raghuram Rajan, the governor of the Reserve Bank who has just decided not to seek an extension of his term, for keeping interest rates high and thereby ...Peoples Democracy.in, 6 hours ago Brexit high on the agenda as BoE governor testifies to house economics committee FTSE Global Markets, 2 months ago Top 10 business news today: From attack on Raghuram Rajan, Ramdev on black money, to Apple's iPhone wish list and more Financial Express, 1 week ago Here's why Rajan is likely to play safe at tomorrow's policy meet Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
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Harihar Krishnamoorthy, Treasurer with FirstRand Bank While the debate on Brexit has occupied the debate space, it now clearly transpires that the global financial markets had ignored the large undecided segment in pre polls which seem to have ...Capital Market, 18 hours ago
NEW DELHI: The government's radical liberalisation of the FDI regime on Monday which included allowing 100 foreign direct investments in almost all sectors, including defence through permitted routes, had the Opposition as well as the RSS-affiliated ...New Indian Express, 4 days ago RSS affiliated body slams government for FDI reforms New Indian Express, 4 days ago "Development Doesn't Depend On Foreign Money" Outlook India, 13 hours ago
The decision will benefit foreign players, but not the country, the Left parties said, while contending that the announcement is timed to spin headlines after RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan opted out from a second term. (PTI) Left parties today ...Financial Express, 4 days ago Left attacks govt for relaxing FDI norms Press Trust of India, 4 days ago Left parties attack govt for relaxing FDI norms The Statesman, 4 days ago
By Kalpesh Maroo, Partner, BMR & Associates LLP In yet another relaxation of rules governing the inflow of foreign capital into India, the government has announced more measures to further liberalise the FDI Policy. These changes follow a series of ...Economic Times, 3 days ago Liberalisation of food manufacturing sector a big step: BMR Moneycontrol.com, 4 days ago
The Centre has allowed 100 per cent FDI in retail of food products manufactured in India, but some riders, including mandatory investment in infrastructure, may be added later, a government official has said. The announcement made on FDI in food ...Hindu Business Line, 3 days ago Clear the air on FDI in retail The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Jun 20, 7:51 pm New Delhi, June 20 ( ANI ): Backing the National Democratic Alliance Government's decision to open up some of the sectors, including defence, for 100 percent Foreign Direct Investment (FDI), leading defence expert C. Uday ...Ani News, 4 days ago
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