Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council chairman C Rangarajan today said Standard & Poor's has failed to take into account the reform measures that India has initiated in the last six months, while retaining the economy's ratings to lowest investment grade. Business Standard, 4 days ago
Gold demand to fall in India, says Rangarajan - Topnews.in, 6 days ago
April gold import spurt is a serious concern Rangarajan - Business Standard India, 6 days ago
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A new advisory body focusing on economic issues in Benghazi was launched at an event today. The Benghazi Economic Council (BEC) aims to draw together efforts among the various institutions specialising in economic activity in the city, promote its ...Libya Herald, 1 week ago Why food prices will rise even with record procurement Firstpost.com, 1 week ago ASEAN ambassadors in Benghazi Libya Herald, 1 week ago White House Economic Adviser Returns to Kellogg BusinessWeek, 2 weeks ago
New Delhi: Prime Ministers economic advisory council (PMEAC) expects Indias gross domestic product (GDP) to pick up in 2013-14 and grow by 6.4 per cent from 5 per cent in the previous year.I believe we have reached the bottom, the economy will now continue to ...Deccan chronicle, 3 weeks ago FDI may increase to $36 bn in 2013-14 Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago PM council pegs India's growth rate at 6.4% Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago GDP-growth-seen-at-6-4-PM-s-economic-advisor Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago
The Prime Ministers Economic Advisory Council has listed four ways in which the countrys current account deficit can be restricted to USD 90-95 billion in FY14. In FY13, the CAD was USD 94 billion, and is estimated to grow to USD 100 billion (4.7 percent of ...Money Control, 4 weeks ago Current account deficit likely to be at 5%: Rangarajan Business Line, 1 month ago Current account deficit to be 5% this fiscal: Rangarajan Business Standard, 1 month ago CAD to be at 5% this fiscal, says Rangarajan Deccan Herald, 1 month ago
India's GDP is set to grow at 6.4% in 2013-14, the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council said in a forecast on Tuesday, signalling a swift turnaround in Asia's third largest economy from decade-low of 5% in the last fiscal year. HT reports. Green ...Hindustan Times, 4 weeks ago
The economic outlook for 2013-14 projected by the Prime Ministers Economic Advisory Council rests on the hope that Indian industry, agriculture and the services sector perform a whole lot better than they did in 2012-13. Dr C. Rangarajan, who heads the PMEAC, ...Asian Age, 3 weeks ago
A recent paper on 'Growth or Austerity: The Policy Dilemma', co-authored by the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council Chairman C Rangarajan and Secretary Alok Sheel, created a controversy when it referred to stagflationary tendencies in emerging ...Business Standard, 1 month ago Is India facing stagflation? C Rangarajan clears the air Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Kitchener councillor criticizes OLG's casino pitch May 7, 2013 3:15 PM ET Kitchener councillor Bil Ioannidis thinks the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation hasn't made a good case for a casino in the city.
A member of Kitchener's economic development advisory committee tasked with researching the economic benefits of a casino in the city, thinks the Ontario Lottery and Gaming Corporation hasn't made a good case for one. "I haven't heard enough from ...CBC, 2 weeks ago Waterloo council says no to casino May 6, 2013 10:57 PM ET Waterloo council has voted unanimously against bringing a casino to the city following a public consultation with residents. CBC, 2 weeks ago Kitchener advisory group pushing casino Metronews, 3 weeks ago
WINDHOEK, 04 MAY (NAMPA) - President Hifikepunye Pohamba has called on the newly-appointed members of the Presidential Economic Advisory Council (PEAC) to provide him with quality advice based on facts and on the challenges faced by the country.Namibia Press Agency, 2 weeks ago Another honour for Dr Audrin Mathe New Era, 2 weeks ago Pohamba makes appointments to PEAC Namibian Sun, 2 weeks ago
National Advisory Council (NAC) member Aruna Roy has criticised the economic survey calling it mere government rhetoric that signifies little for the unorganised sector who comprise 95% of the workforce in the country.Business Standard, 2 months ago
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