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Delay in reforms to hurt India's growth prospects, says Moody's

Delay in reforms to hurt India's growth prospects, says Moody's

The repeated disruptions in the first two weeks of the monsoon session of Parliament has not only blocked the economic agenda of the NDA government, but also made it the least productive session in the 14 months since the NDA came to power. Photo: ..., 5 days ago

No caste based data in first SECC survey in eight decades

Government today refrained from releasing the caste-based data in its first Socio Economic and Caste Census (SECC) released in eight decades and maintained that it was concerned with economic data which will help in effective implementation of its programmes.
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Why governments are afraid of statistical data  Livemint.com2 weeks ago Cong favours release of caste-based data  Deccan Herald1 month ago Govt treads with care, holds back caste data | A policy guide to poverty eradication  Economic Times1 month ago

All about the government's wrong land war

Why is the government fighting for an illiberal land acquisition law that ignores the advice of its own Economic Survey, asks Nitin Desai The government’s proposals for amending the United Progressive Alliance’s 2013 Land Acquisition Act have run into a storm of protests. Presumably the government is pursuing this because it believes that its proposed amendments are essential for reviving investments in infrastructure and industry. How valid is this belief? This year’s ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago Government to Take Back All Major Amendments in 2013 UPA Land Bill: Sources  NDTV1 day ago

Romania - Macro monitoring report Q2 2015

(English) Abstract High frequency indicators and business surveys anticipate improvements in economic activity and employment in the second quarter of 2015. Domestic demand is projected to remain the driver of growth in 2015, when one expects the ...
 World Bank1 week ago

Wall Street Breakfast: Greek Crisis Winds Down - Parliament Passes Reforms

Economy Greek Prime Minister Alexis Tsipras seems to have contained a rebellion in his left-wing Syriza party after winning parliamentary approval for a second package of reforms required to start bailout talks with international creditors. The ...
 Seeking Alpha1 week ago

At least 40 to 50 seats urgently needed for Recognised Sri Lankan women in Parliament

Sri Lanka's population has a majority of women according to the 2012 Census and Statistics Survey. Of a population of 20,271,464, 52% are female and 48% male. For the 52% population of women in Sri Lanka, only 13 women were Members of Parliament ...
 Daily Mirror Sri Lanka2 weeks ago

LOCKHEED MARTIN : Threats to economy that stem from shortage in technology related skills

The skills shortage facing digital technology industries has been well documented, raised in devolved and national parliaments and discussed throughout the industry. This, plus the fact we have a scarcity of jobs for school leavers, means that we, ...
 4 Traders5 days ago

Africa: So, What Makes Africans Happy? You'd Be Surprised

On Thursday, the Pew Research Centre released a world survey on optimism about the domestic economy. The picture in the rich nations in the world was very gloomy. However, the survey found that the three economies where people saw the brightest ...
 AllAfrica.com1 week ago So, What Makes Africans So Happy? Youd Be Surprised  Africanglobe.net1 week ago So, what makes Africans happy? Youd be surprised  East African1 week ago

Water, water, everywhere …

Pakistan is devastated by floods every year. The Economic Survey calculated that the country lost over 3,000 lives and more than $16 billion to floods in 2010, 2011 and 2012. The National Disaster Management Authority estimated the negative impact ...
 The Friday Times1 week ago

Forex - Aussie gains after CPI, Westpac survey

- The Australian dollar gained after consumer price data largely met expectations and an economic survey ticked higher. AUD/USD traded at 0.7431, up 0.15%, while USD/JPY changed hands at 123.64, down 0.20%. Australia's headline CPI rose 0.7% ...
 Investing.com2 weeks ago
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