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BRICS on growth track through planned reform: Experts
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Renewable energy will build BRICS economies: UNEP chief

Renewable energy will be key to the economic transformation of BRICS — Brazil, Russia, India, China and South Africa — economies, says Achim Steiner. The United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) executive director avers renewable energy is ... Greentech Lead, 21 hours ago
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India is now better placed amongst its peer's while leading the growth amongst BRICS economies

India is now better placed amongst its peer's, while leading the growth amongst BRICS economies PHD Chamber hails IMF growth projections, broad based structural reforms re-fueling growth In the advent of Government's broad-based ...
 Capital Market2 days ago Things are looking up for India's Economy  India Infoline6 days ago What we can all learn from India's huge startup growth story  Ventureburn1 month ago
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Economic Survey: India's innovation capacity lower than most BRICS nations

New Delhi: India ranks lower than most BRICS nations in terms of innovation despite logging a double digit growth in the Research and Development (R&D) sector in the past few years, says the Economic Survey 2014-15. "According to the Global ...
 First Post.com1 month ago India's innovation capacity lags most BRICS nations: Economic Survey  Business Standard1 month ago Economic Survey 2015: India's Innovation Capacity Lags Most BRICS Nations  Silicon India1 month ago
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Don't demonise BRICS, says China

It is unwise to demonise BRICS grouping since these countries are pushing forward structural reforms to promote growth in the face of economic turbulence, China said Wednesday. A commentary in Xinhua news agency said it is "unwise to demonise" the Brazil, ...
 Zee News2 months ago Don't demonise BRICS, says China  Prokerala2 months ago China lashes out at western attempts to demonise BRICS nations  Business Standard2 months ago
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Global Economic Outlook 2015-BRICS

A Short-term Pulse of Growth Opportunities Apart from India which appears to be on an upward growth trajectory, the growth outlook for BRICS countries remains subdued. Russia is expected to continue to reel ...
 Research and Markets3 weeks ago Global Economic Outlook 2015 - BRICS  Global Information Inc3 weeks ago
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India To Be Fastest Growing Economy In The World In 2015-16: Imf Report

BANGALORE: The country's economy is likely to clock 8percent growth in the next financial year and 8.3 percent in 2016-17, says a report. "India is the only BRIC country, where growth will accelerate, to 8 percent in FY16 and 8.3 percent in FY17, ...
 Silicon India3 weeks ago Why Indian economy is primed to boom now  NDTV Profit1 day ago India to clock 8% growth in economy in next fiscal, says Fitch  DNA India4 weeks ago India's economy likely to grow 8% in next fiscal: Fitch  Economic Times4 weeks ago
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Common Economic Strategy on the anvil to boost intra-BRICS trade

A Common Economic Strategy was currently being worked out in Moscow to bring about a user-friendly and easily accessible trade framework for boosting intra-BRICS trade, said Sujata Mehta, Secretary (ER & DPA), Ministry of External Affairs, ...
 Meri News1 day ago BRICS to ensure obstacle-free e-commerce  Noodls4 days ago Russia's Ministry of Economic Development proposes draft BRICS Economic Partnership Strategy up to 2020  Noodls1 week ago
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IMF cuts growth forecasts, citing sluggish EU, Japan, BRICS

The IMF downgraded projections it issued in October by 0.3 percentage point each, predicting global growth at 3.5 percent this year and 3.7 percent in 2016. But even with those reductions, the world economy will be growing faster than in 2014, when the IMF ...
 Jagran Post2 months ago South Africa anti-foreigner violence spreads to centre of key port city  Yahoo! UK and Ireland4 days ago IMF says emerging markets still losing steam  Yahoo! Maktoob News4 days ago Emerging markets still losing steam: IMF  Business Recorder4 days ago
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Crisil sees Indian GDP growth at 7.9% this year

Foreign brokerage Morgan Stanley said that country's economy will grow at 7.9% this fiscal and 8.4% in FY 2016-17, on the back of policy reforms, spurt in domestic demand and lower inflation. Representational image File Photo dna Research & ...
 DNA India5 days ago India to Grow at 7.9 Per Cent This Fiscal: Crisil  Outlook India5 days ago India to grow at 7.9% this fiscal: Crisil  ZeeNews.com5 days ago India to Grow at 7.9% This Fiscal Year: Crisil  NDTV Profit5 days ago

Fitch expects Indian growth to accelerate to 8% in FY16 and 8.3% in FY17

International credit rating agency Fitch in its latest report on 'Global Economic Outlook' has said that India is the only BRIC nation, where growth will accelerate, to 8 per cent in FY16 and 8.3 per cent in FY17, based on revised data series. Fitch ...
 Indian-Commodity3 weeks ago Fitch, HSBC give robust growth forecast for India  Times of India3 weeks ago
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