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8% GDP growth possible by FY'17: Rangarajan
Business Standard

8% GDP growth possible by FY'17: Rangarajan

Indian economy can go back to its period of robust growth of 8% by the next three year, Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council chairman C Rangarajan, said today. "The Gross Domestic Product ( GDP) can grow by 8% in the next three years if the investment ... Business Standard, 1 month ago
RBI rate cuts to depend on inflation scene: Rangarajan Business Standard, 1 month ago
GDP for 2013-14 may not be revised to 5%-plus Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Easy monetary policy needed to shore up demand: Saumitra Chaudhuri

Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council and Planning Commission member agrees with IMF staff that domestic factors played a larger role in adversely impacting India's economy that external causes. Chaudhuri tells Sanjeeb Mukherjee that he, however, does ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Our take can't be the same: Saumitra Chaudhuri  Business Standard1 month ago
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I don't think import duty for gold is high: C Rangarajan

terview with Chairman, PMEAC Rajesh Bhayani March 10, 2014 Last Updated at 00:20 IST chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, is known for his conservative views on gold, which he calls a 'non-productive asset'. He was amongst the first to ...
 Business Standard1 month ago Don't think import duty for gold is high: C Rangarajan  Rediff.com1 month ago
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Hopes of easier gold import rules fade

Current import rules & duty reasonable, says chairman of PM’s economic advisory council The jewellery industry and bullion traders’ hopes of easier gold import rules might be dashed, with Prime Minister’s Economic Advisory Council Chairman C Rangarajan ruling out a rethink on the issue.In an interview with Business Standard, Rangarajan said he believed the existing import rules and duties were reasonable. “The 10 per cent import duty on gold is not high if one looks ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago Rangarajan dashes bullion firms' duty cut hopes  Business Standard1 month ago

Provide finance to small industries: C. Rangarajan

Referring to the importance of small industries outside the corporate fold, C. Rangarajan, chairman, Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister, on Wednesday called for providing finance and skill development to them. Delivering a lecture titled Promote ...
 The Hindu1 month ago Aid, skill development must for small industries outside corporate fold: Rangarajan  News on Air1 month ago
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Economic growth is picking up. Next year, it could rise to 6-6.5%: C Rangarajan

Interview with Chairman, Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council Indivjal Dhasmana | New Delhi February 8, 2014 Last Updated at 00:41 IST While economic growth is estimated to remain below five per cent for a second year in 2013-14, , the Prime Minister's ...
 Business Standard2 months ago Growth is picking up; next year, could rise to 6-6.5%: C Rangarajan  Business Standard2 months ago

Committee will help council enable region's economic growth

A NEED for long-term planning of investment in the Gladstone region has led the council to establish a new advisory committee. At a general meeting on Tuesday, Gladstone Regional Council finalised terms of reference for the Innovation, ...
 Gladstone Observer2 weeks ago

Metallis Announces Appointments of Advisory Council and Private Placement

At least 30 states are considering tax cuts as the economic recovery takes hold -- but some states are having to decide whether to raise taxes. Yellen Sends Reassuring Message to Investors Consumer Spending Indicates U.S. Economy Thawing ...
 HispanicBusiness.com2 weeks ago
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HDFC boss Parekh appointed special advisor to Sunil Gavaskar

Parekh will be a special invitee during the IPL governing council meeting as his vast expertise in financial affairs will enable Gavaskar to ensure smooth functioning of IPL affairs for the next two months. In a BCCI media release, Parekh has been dubbed as ...
 Jagran Post1 week ago Gavaskar Appoints Parekh As His Advisor  Indiatimes1 week ago IPL 7: Sunil Gavaskar Appoints HDFC Chairman Deepak Parekh As His Special Advisor  Indiatimes1 week ago HDFC boss special adviser to Sunny  Millennium Post1 week ago
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Pip McCrostie Appointed to Peterson Institute for International Economics Board

The Peterson Institute for International Economics has named Pip McCrostie, EY's Global Vice Chair of Transaction Advisory Services (TAS), to its Board of Directors. According to a release, McCrostie's joins the organization focused on international ...
 Individual.com6 days ago Pip McCrostie named to Peterson Institute for International Economics Board of Directors  TickerTech.com1 week ago EPI ECONOMIC POLICY INSTITUTE : News from EPI › Media Advisory: Economic Policy Institute, Washington Center for Equitable Growth to Host Thomas Piketty for Discussion of Capital in the Twenty-First Century  4 Traders2 weeks ago
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