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The Hindu

The economy waits for better news

The Central Statistics Office (CSO) released the advance estimates of national income for 2013-14. The economy is slated to grow by 4.9 per cent during the current year. A detailed analysis of growth trends in different sectors agriculture, industry and ... The Hindu, 1 month ago
Lying with statistics finally catches up Business Daily Africa, 12 hours ago

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Irish Times

Median disposable income continued to decline in 2012

Disposable income continued to decline in 2012, according to figures released today by the Central Statistics Office . The survey on income and living conditions in Ireland showed the median annual equivalised disposable income was €17,702 in ...
 Irish Times1 day ago India's economy likely to grow 4.7% in FY14: Fitch Ratings  Rediff.com1 month ago India's economy likely to grow 4.7 pc in FY14: Fitch Ratings  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Elusive recovery  The Hindu1 month ago
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Rediff.com

Lower FY13 GDP to have positive impact this year: Nomura

Brokerage house Nomura said the downward revision of FY'13 growth figure by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) will have a positive base effect for GDP expansion in the current fiscal."The downward revision in FY13 growth numbers should create a marginally positive base effect for the current fiscal GDP growth rate," Nomura said in a report.The report, however, did not quantify the estimated GDP growth in FY'14.Over the weekend, the CSO slashed FY13 GDP expansion to 4.5 per cent from 5 per ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Lower FY'13 GDP to have positive impact on FY'14 figure:Nomura  Business Standard2 months ago 'Lower FY'13 GDP to have positive impact on FY'14 figure'  Economic Times2 months ago

Food Processing Industries Giving Employment to over 60 lakh Persons

Central Statistics Office (CSO) has been releasing information on different characteristics of factories registered under Factory Act, 1948 through their publication Annual Survey of Industries (ASI). As per the latest ASI for 2011-12 (provisional), the total ...
 PIB1 month ago
Money Control

ADB pegs GDP growth rate for 2014-15 at 5.5 per cent

Indian economy, according to Central Statistical Office (CSO), is estimated to record a growth rate of 4.9 per cent in 2013-14, up from decade's low of 4.5 per cent posted in the previous financial year. NEW DELHI: India's GDP is poised to accelerate to 5.5 ...
 Economic Times2 weeks ago Growth rate likely to be revised upwards for FY14: Ranga  Money Control2 months ago Chidambaram satisfied with 4.9 per cent GDP growth  Money Today2 months ago ADB pegs India's GDP rate at 5.5%  Rediff.com2 weeks ago
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Jagran Post

201314 GDP growth will not be below 5 says Chidambaram

A day after the Central Statistics Offices CSOs projection of a 49 growth rate for 201314 finance minister P Chidambaram on Saturday expressed confidence that the economy will grow at over 5 in the current fiscal year and even higher in the next fiscal 201415 ...
 Hindustan Times2 months ago PCs middle class moment  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago Economic growth to cross 5 pc this financial year: PM  The Financial Chronicle2 months ago Growth will not be less than 5 percent in 2013-14: Chidambaram  Jagran Post2 months ago
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MSN India

Indian economy to grow at 4.9 percent in 2013-14

Central Statistics Office numbers show 0.4 percent increase over figures from last year Reuters New Delhi: The Indian economy is expected to grow by 4.9 percent in the financial year ending March 31, 2014, as compared to the 4.5 percent expansion recorded in ...
 MSN India2 months ago Indian economy grows 4.7% in October-December quarter  Deccan Herald1 month ago Indian economy grew at sluggish 4.7 percent in Q3 (Lead)  Prokerala1 month ago Indian economy grows 4.7 pc in October-December quarter  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago
Budapest Business Journal

Mild weather helps up construction output 28.3% y.o.y. in February

, 3:00 PM CET The Central Statistics Office (KSH) today released some figures showing a pretty decent showing by Hungary's construction industry in February: To wit, KSH reports a 28.3% year-on-year increase in production for the month over ...
 Budapest Business Journal1 day ago

GUS Central Statistical Office : Average paid employment and average gross wages and salaries in enterprise sector in March 2014

(4-traders.com) Average paid employment and average gross wages and salaries in enterprise sector1 in March 2014 Specification III 2014 ...
 4 Traders1 day ago GUS CENTRAL STATISTICAL OFFICE : Energy Consumption in Households in 2012  4 Traders14 hours ago

Poland's data release: The Central Statistical Office information on the updated 2012-2013 quarterly GDP estimate

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