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New project announcements hint at capex cycle revival

According to CMIE, 74 new projects were announced in the power sector and 36 projects in transport services, particularly in the shipping and road sectors DNA, 2 months ago

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Business Standard India, 2 months ago

The official price of land is a joke

Land acquisition continues to be the biggest challenge to India's economic growth. The last four years have seen a large number of projects being shelved or stalled due to difficulty in acquiring land. Ever since May 2012, when CMIE, a leading ...
 Hindu Business Line5 hours ago

12th Five-Year Plan set an 18 per cent CAGR target for pharma sector: Government

NEW DELHI: The 12th Five-Year Plan document had set an aim to achieve a compound annual growth rate of 18 per cent for the pharma sector, the government said today. "The Twelfth plan document had set an objective of achieving a compound annual ...
 Economic Times1 day ago 12th plan set an 18% CAGR target for pharma sector: Govt  Moneycontrol.com1 day ago

Susan Thomas & Ajay Shah

Susan Thomas / 48 Academic background BTech. (civil engineering), IIT, Bombay. PhD (econometrics), University of Southern California Career path Consultant, Rand Corporation, Santa Monica, 1990-1992, Visiting Scholar, Indian School of Business, ...
 Outlookbusiness.com2 days ago
Carnegie Endowment

Being Middle Class in India

Over the next two months, The Hindu will release the findings of a new survey on the aspirations and anxieties of ordinary Indians. The survey is the latest round of a multi-year panel study sponsored by the Lok Foundation and carried out in ...
 Carnegie Endowment6 days ago

Raghuram Rajan's dilemma: Why a rate cut is a necessity now

Consider this. I am the owner of XYZ Ltd, a small-scale enterprise India. I and my peers (SMEs and MSMEs) together contribute nearly 17% to GDP, 45% to manufacturing output, 60% to manufactured exports, and employ nearly 40% of India's workforce.
 Financial Express2 weeks ago

Banks, telecom, utilities, autos top picks for FIIs

Investors have put in money into the banking stocks expecting that an economic revival will help improve the asset quality of Indian lenders. Photo: Mint Mumbai: Financial services, telecom and utility firms attracted the most foreign portfolio ...
 Livemint.com2 weeks ago

Japanese Recession Drags Down Indian Copper

On November 18, copper futures rose 0.48% to about $6.64 (Rs 411.20) per kg amid positive cues from overseas markets and a pick-up in spot demand. The metal for delivery in February went up by 0.41%, at about $6.72 (Rs 416.80) in a volume of 27 ...
 MetalMiner3 weeks ago
Business Standard India

Earnings growth key for market outperformance: Mahesh Patil

n the last one year market returns were primarily driven by re-rating of valuation multiples and with broader market valuations, now at slightly above long-term average, earnings growth will be the k Business Standard November 20, 2014 Last Updated ...
 Business Standard India4 weeks ago

Siemens India transfers metals technologies business

The sale and transfer is valued at Rs1,023.2 crore, the company said in a statement. Photo: Reuters Mumbai: Siemens Ltd , the Indian subsidiary of Siemens AG , on Monday said that its board of directors has approved the sale and transfer of the ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago
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