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Economic Survey pegs GDP growth at 5.4-5.9%

The Economic Survey 2013-14, which was tabled on Wednesday in the Lok Sabha, has pegged GDP growth for the year 2014-15 in the range of 5.4-5.9 per cent. "There are downside risks to the economy arising from a poor monsoon, the external ... The Hindu, 1 week ago
Business Standard

‘Fertilizer subsidy hurts everyone’

Pitching a strong case against the continuation of fertilizer subsidies, particularly on urea, the Economic Survey 2013-14 points out that subsidies burden leads to higher food prices while having zero or negative impact on agricultural output. Urea is highly ...
 The Hindu1 week ago The Budget and India's Future  Yahoo! India1 week ago Rework MGNREGS, suggests Economic Survey  Prokerala2 weeks ago Survey outlines reformist steps for India to grow faster  Mangalorean2 weeks ago
Financial Express

Economic Survey presents realistic macro-economic picture: India Inc

Terming the Economic Survey 2013-14 as a "realistic" assessment of the current picture, India Inc on Wednesday hoped that the Budget will address key issues like infrastructure development and implement measures outlined in the document to revive growth.
 IBN Live1 week ago The Economic Survey is realistic: India Inc  Deccan Chronicle1 week ago India Inc expresses hope Narendra Modi Budget mirrors Economic Survey  Financial Express2 weeks ago Eco Survey presents realistic macro-economic picture:India Inc  Business Standard2 weeks ago
Times of India

India needs to increase exports to China: Eco Survey

Amidst high trade deficit between the two nations, the Economic Survey today said India needs to increase its exports to China as huge potential exists in the neighbouring country. "China is one of the important market destinations where India's ...
 Business Standard2 weeks ago India Needs to Build on Rupee Stabilisation: Survey  Outlook2 weeks ago India needs to build on Re stabilisation: Survey  Business Standard2 weeks ago Economic Survey Calls for Implementation of DTC  NDTV2 weeks ago

‘Digitisation to benefit Centre, states’

The Economic Survey for 2013-14, tabled in Parliament on Wednesday, claimed that both the Centre and state governments are set to benefit from the digitisation of cable television in India as it would lead to manifold increase in tax collection.
 Asian Age1 week ago Economic survey highlights  News Chennai Online2 weeks ago Economic survey 2013-14 highlights  Sakaal Times2 weeks ago Cable digitisaton to increase tax collection manifold: Survey  Business Standard2 weeks ago
The Hindu

Downturn is an opportunity to push reforms: Economic Survey

Policy focus needs to be on revival of private investment Keeping with the overall tenor of the Economic Survey 2013-14 on reforms, the section on industry argues that the downturn now is an opportunity to push ahead with critical reforms and remove ...
 The Hindu1 week ago Economic Survey: Industrial policy must focus on investment, reforms, infra  Financial Express2 weeks ago Economic Survey 2014: Investment, critical reforms, better infra to boost indutrial growth  Economic Times2 weeks ago How India can boost industrial growth  Rediff.com2 weeks ago

Economic Survey Highlights

NEW DELHI: Highlights of the pre-budget economic survey tabled in parliament on Wednesday: * India's balance-of-payments position improved dramatically in 2013-14 with the current account deficit (CAD) at $32.4 billion (1.7 percent of GDP) as ...
 New Indian Express2 weeks ago

Economic Survey should be a lesson for long-term growth plans

Economic Survey should be a lesson for long-term growth plans Wednesday, 9 July 2014 - 7:20pm IST Updated: Wednesday, 9 July 2014 - 6:25pm IST | Place: Mumbai | Agency: DNA Webdesk Economic Survey should be a lesson for long-term growth plans India Ratings ...
 DNA2 weeks ago India Economic Survey expects GDP to grow 5 4 5 9% in FY 15  CommodityOnline2 weeks ago Economic Survey calls for reforms for long-term growth: India Ratings  MyIris2 weeks ago Economic Survey: Calls for reforms for long-term growth, says India Ratings  Money Control1 week ago

Economic Survey: Labour Reforms Needed to Create Jobs

India needs to unleash second generation labour reforms and capitalise on its demographic advantage for creating new firms and jobs, the Economic Survey for 2013-14 said today.
 Outlook2 weeks ago India needs to unleash labour reforms to create jobs: Survey  Business Standard India2 weeks ago Economic survey says India must unleash labour reforms to create jobs  First Post.com2 weeks ago Unleash labour reforms to create jobs  Deccan Herald1 week ago

Economic Survey 2013-14: Protectionism, wage inflation challenge IT-ITeS sector

Pic Courtesy: - New Delhi: India's leadership position in the IT-ITeS space globally may be well established, but challenges around protectionism, wage inflation and currency volatility need to be addressed, a government document said Wednesday. ...
 ZeeNews.com2 weeks ago Wage inflation, currency volatility challenge IT  Asian Age1 week ago Currency volatility, wage inflation are challenges for IT firms  Rediff.com2 weeks ago Protectionism, Wage Inflation Challenges for IT-ITeS Sector: Economic Survey  NDTV Profit2 weeks ago
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