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The deliberative Indian

The deliberative economic Indian

By Ajit Ranade The most important indirect tax reform awaits action in Parliament. This is the passage of the goods and services tax (GST) bill, which needs the blessing of both the upper and lower Houses. It has been 16 years since the ... South Asia Monitor, 1 week ago
The deliberative Indian, 1 week ago

Offsetting Trade Deficit With China

AJIT RANADE You can choose your friends but not your neighbours. But if your neighbour is four times bigger, is the second largest economy in the world, and growing nearly as fast as you, then that would be a recipe for your export bonanza. China's ...
 Navhind Times1 week ago

Tackling Challenge of Job Creation

AJIT RANADE In March 2015, the e-commerce company Flipkart announced that it would create two million jobs within one year. It was an astounding announcement and woke us up to the potential of this sector for job creation. Flipkart said 60 per cent ...
 Navhind Times3 weeks ago E-commerce: Tackling the jobs drought  The Freepress Journal4 weeks ago Tackling the jobs drought  The Freepress Journal4 weeks ago

Closing the Inequality Gap in India

AJIT RANADE It is important to distinguish between the two concepts of poverty and inequality. The former refers to the lack of access to basic stuff like food, clothing and shelter. The latter refers to how income or wealth is distributed in ...
 Navhind Times1 month ago

Scrapping '500, '1000 notes a costly idea

India, March 18 -- Writing in a column last month, economist Ajit Ranade made a case for scrapping '1,000 and '500 notes. Citing research by former Standard Chartered Plc chief executive Peter Sands, Ranade argued large denomination notes are highly ...
 HT Syndication2 months ago

Cut In Small Savings Rates Was Needed: Ajit Ranade

Dr. Ajit Ranade, senior president and chief economist at Aditya Birla Group, said lower small savings rates leaves the room open for reduction in lending rates and improvement in
 MSN News US2 months ago

Japanese mfg to grow in India; see investments coming in: Pros

Sunit Sangai, Head- Investment Banking, HSBC believes Japanese companies are making a beeline to India and that the country needed their skills of manufacturing. According to him, Japanese manufacturing is likely to grow in India. Following the ...
 Moneycontrol.com1 day ago
Financial Express

Amid big red flags, small green shoots point to uptick in economic growth

A consumption-led demand boost looks possible in 2016-17, which followed by a pick-up in private investments, can potentially place the economy in a high-growth orbit. (Reuters) At a time when much of the macro data flowing in shows that India's ...
 Financial Express1 week ago

X-Ray The Skies For A Good Sign

Weathervane Positives Urban consumer spending buoyant, rural sales picking up slowly Prices of some commodities have risen, helping steel and cement units Step up in public sector investment in infrastructure boosts sentiments FDI inflow ...
 Outlook India1 week ago

MODI@2: A party tethered to RSS apron-strings

In September 2015, several key Ministers of the ruling NDA made detailed presentations before top RSS leaders, in an unusual show of governmental deference to a political authority that lords over the ruling party. The three-day consultation meeting ...
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago
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