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Maharashtra: Economic Survey stays mum on state's actual irrigated area
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India to grow 7.5 percent in 2016-17: IMF

Bengaluru, May 3 (IANS) India remains the fastest-growing large economy in the world, with GDP expected to increase by 7.5 percent in 2016 and 2017, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) said on Monday. "India has benefited from lower oil prices ... Yahoo! India, 7 hours ago
Asian economy in disarray Nagaland Post, 2 days ago
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Economic Buzz: Indian Manufacturing Growth Moderates In April

India's Nikkei Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index, or PMI, fell to 50.5 in April from 52.4 in March, survey figures from Markit Economics showed Monday. However, any reading above 50 suggests expansion in the sector. Nonetheless, the latest ...
 India Infoline1 day ago India's Manufacturing PMI at 50.5 indicates slow paced growth  Equilibrio Informativo4 hours ago Indian Manufacturing Sector Expands At Slower Pace  TradingCharts.com1 day ago Taiwan Manufacturing Sector Contracts In April  HT Syndication1 day ago
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Business Today India

Increasing female participation in workforce can trigger 60% increase in India's GDP: UN agency

The United Nations regional development arm - UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific (ESCAP) - has opined that for India's economy to grow optimally, it has to increase the participation rate of females in its workforce. While ...
 Business Today India4 days ago UN: Cautious fiscal policy, lower inflation helped India achieve 7.8% growth  Gulf Times3 days ago Apparel export sector ideal for India to increase its women workforce: World Bank Report  Business Today India4 days ago 'Cautious' fiscal policy, low inflation helped India reach 7.8 percent growth: UN official  Prokerala4 days ago
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Firstpost.com

UN report gives thumbs up to India, says it is performing relatively well compared to other countries

United Nations: With India projected to grow at 7.8 percent in 2017-18, a UN expert said cautious macro economic policy, reduced inflation and some structural reforms have helped the country perform relatively well in an environment of global ...
 Firstpost.com4 days ago India performing well as compared to other nations: UN expert  Moneycontrol.com4 days ago Indian economy likely to expand by 7.6% in 2016-17: UN report  HT Syndication4 days ago UN gives thumbs up to India  News Today3 days ago
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Column: Socialism tomarketism

This year's Economic Survey evocatively described the last 60 years of the Indian economy as reflecting a slow movement from socialism with limited entry to marketism without exit. The transition to the market economy has been capricious and has ...
 Yahoo! India4 days ago Column: Socialism to marketism  Financial Express4 days ago
Livemint.com

Rajan likely to get another term as RBI chief: Survey

Bloomberg/Mumbai Forget the headlines about tensions with India's government: Raghuram Rajan is likely to stay on as India's central bank governor after his term ends in September. That's the view of most economists in a Bloomberg survey on ...
 Gulf Times1 week ago Rajan may get extension as RBI guv, finds survey  Times of India1 week ago Survey finds Rajan getting an extension at RBI  Smart Investor1 week ago Survey finds Raghuram Rajan likely to stay on as RBI governor  Livemint.com1 week ago
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DNA India

India can achieve 8-10 pc growth in three years: CEA

India can achieve economic growth rate of 8-10 per cent in the next three years, Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian said today. "We have released the Economic Survey in February which has said about 7 - 7.75 per cent. In the medium term ...
 Business Standard1 week ago India can achieve 8-10 pcy growth in 3-yrs: CEA  HT Syndication1 week ago Can India achieve 8-10% growth in three years?  DNA India1 week ago India can achieve 8-10% growth in three years, says Chief Economic Advisor Arvind Subramanian  Times of India1 week ago
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Business Today India

Survey backs EET taxation system for savings

Amid a move to lower interest rate on small savings schemes to reduce cost of funds, the Economic Survey today advocated scrapping tax benefits for savings like PPF and taxing investments at time of withdrawal saying the incentives are availed ...
 Business Today India5 days ago Economic Survey: EET method mooted to tax savings  Business Line2 months ago Economic Survey backs EET tax system for savings | Will you pay more property tax?  Economic Times2 months ago

Economic Buzz: India Business Sentiments Index Drops For Second Straight Month

The MNI India Business Sentiment Survey for April showed that business confidence fell for the second consecutive month, albeit marginally, as firms financial position deteriorated. The MNI India Business Sentiment Indicator, a gauge of current ...
 India Infoline5 days ago India Business Confidence Lowest Since January  PR Newswire India5 days ago

Services sector remains key growth driver: Economic Survey

The services sector in India has remained the most vibrant sector in terms of contribution to national and state incomes, trade flows, foreign direct investment (FDI) inflows, and employment, the Economic Survey 2015-16 tabled in parliament on Friday has ...
 Prokerala2 months ago Indian IT Services Revenue To Grow 11-13 Pct: Moody's  Silicon India6 days ago
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