News SKPETRO announced that it has been awarded contracts with a combined value of US$300m (approximately RM1.3bn). The award consists of: (i) Underwater project for Petronas; (ii) Soil investigation services; (iii) T&I work for CPP of Bardeg and ... Klse I3investor.com, 1 week ago
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An official release shows April-December direct taxes for the Centre rose 12% and indirect taxes 25%—while direct taxes are in line with the FY17 budget targets, indirect taxes grew at more than double the budgeted 10.8%. Finance minister Arun ...Financial Express, 1 week ago
In the long run, Jaitley is right, there is a correlation between GDP growth and tax growth between FY09 and FY17, GDP grew 2.72 times and central taxes 2.69 times. (PTI) Finance minister Arun Jaitley has made light of the demonetization impact ...Financial Express, 1 week ago
There is a general consensus, that despite the anticipated long-term positives of the currency exchange, branded as demonetisation; the short-term economic impact is likely to be negative. Just how low did growth in India's gross domestic product ...Bloomberg-Quint, 1 week ago
Ratings firm India Ratings and Research has assigned the final rating of IND A(SO) to the ₹100 crore-bond programme of Tamil Nadu Generation and Distribution Corporation Limited (TANGEDCO), with a stable outlook. The ratings remain supported by ...The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Given India's stable external account, the time is ripe to secure long-term strategic interests in oil, gold and manufacturing Suggesting that India incorporate a Sovereign Wealth Fund (SWF) may appear quixotic given the country's sustained ...Hindu Business Line, 1 month ago
Observer Report The livestock sector contributed more to GDP value addition in FY16 than large-scale manufacturing, according to the State Bank of Pakistan's annual State of the Economy report. The contribution of livestock was 11.6pc against ...Pakistan Observer, 1 month ago AL SHAHEER : Livestock sector contributes more to GDP value 4 Traders, 1 month ago
KARACHI - Pakistan's public debt witnessed rise of Rs2.3 trillion in last fiscal year (FY16), and reached Rs19.7 trillion (66.5 percent of GDP) by end of June 2016. This sharp increase in public debt could be largely explained by revaluation ...The Nation Pakistan, 2 months ago
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