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Indian economy may sustain 7.6 pc growth rate in 2017 owing to structural reforms: UN report
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Indian economy may sustain 7.6 pc growth rate in 2017 owing to...

As investment regains momentum and manufacturing base strengthens in the country owing to structural reforms, a UN report on Friday said that India's economy is projected to grow at 7.6 per cent in 2017, crediting India and China for steady growth ... India TV, 22 hours ago

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India's richest 20% account for 45% of income

The average income of Indian households living in metros is 2.5 times that of their rural counterparts, shows a survey conducted by People Research New Delhi: India's richest quintile accounts for 45% of aggregate household disposable income while ...
 Livemint.com2 days ago 4G and Beyond: Telecom Ecosystem Digital India 2.0  Communications Today18 hours ago When Crime Pays: Money and Muscle in Indian Politics  Carnegie Endowment2 days ago India must attain e-SWARAJ  Observer Research Foundation1 week ago

How much the richest 1% earn and spend

98% of the top percentile own either a car or a two-wheeler, shows a PRICE survey on India's consumer economy The average monthly household income of the richest 1% of Indians is Rs66,627 and that of the richest 10% is Rs35,605, according to the ...
 Livemint.com1 day ago

Economic Buzz: India's Manufacturing PMI Eases In November

India's Nikkei Purchasing Managers' Index, or PMI, fell to 52.3 in November from 54.4 in the previous month, survey figures IHS Markit showed Thursday. However, any reading above 50 indicates expansion in the sector. The withdrawal of high-value ...
 India Infoline2 days ago India manufacturing PMI down to 52.3 in November  Nikkei Asian Review2 days ago

Demonetisation: India's top 6 economists answer 10 questions each (not Modi's survey queries)

Six top economists weigh in on the wisdom of the demonetisation gamble, and assess its short and long-term implications. Q1. Do you agree with the government's demonetisation move? Ashok Gulati Not only do I agree, but I feel that with ...
 India Today6 days ago Why are some economists sceptical about demonetisation?  Sify1 week ago Great Indian jugaad sector decimated by demonetisation, says economic historian Rajat Datta  Oneindia1 week ago

India Inc says demand rising, but credit a concern

India Inc believes the economy is faring better and is optimistic about demand rising, shows a survey by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci). However, companies remain concerned over the high cost of credit and difficulties in sourcing it. Ficci’s latest Business Confidence Survey showed that companies have improved their assessment on current conditions and expectations from the next six months, till March. It had responses from 181 companies, with annual ...
 Rediff.com4 weeks ago India Inc believes eco faring better; credit an issue  The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Employers see steady hiring in 2017: survey

The global economic slowdown witnessed in 2016 so far could not affect Indias employment market, a survey says. Instead, the countrys 80 per cent employers are confident that hiring activity would remain steady in 2017, the latest Salary and Employment ...
 Business Line2 months ago India most optimistic globally on hiring plans for October-December quarter  Asian Age2 months ago Employers see steady hiring activity in India in '17: Survey  Business Standard2 months ago

India's contract labour laws need to catch up with reality

Contract workers are paid much less than regular workers. This year’s Economic Survey estimates wages are on an average 20 times higher in the formal sector than in the informal sector. Arindam Majumder reports. The size of the contract labour force in India’s largest carmaker Maruti Suzuki is reflective of how the corporate world is responding to the changed dynamics of the labour market. The share of contract workers in the automobile company’s total workforce has grown ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Survey companies hit the streets to fill India's data gaps

MUMBAI (Reuters) - Sachin Bhadrasen Jaiswar goes from door to door in a middle class neighbourhood outside Mumbai measuring India's economic pulse, one of hundreds of survey takers working for private firms aiming to fill a gap - the lack of reliable data.
 Reuters1 month ago
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India central bank seen cutting rates as demonetisation rattles economy

By Sumanta Dey and Rahul Karunakar BENGALURU (Reuters) - India's central bank is expected to cut interest rates next week and economists are set to chop growth and inflation forecasts after Prime Minister Narendra Modi's currency crackdown rattled ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 day ago RBI seen cutting rates - poll By Sumanta Dey and Rahul Karunakar  Reuters India27 minutes ago RBI likely to cut rates by 25 bps as note ban rattles economy: Reuters poll  Livemint.com4 hours ago RBI seen cutting rates as demonetization rattles economy: Reuters poll  Economic Times2 hours ago
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