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Government mulls
Times of India

Big move: Govt plans painless ops to touch kerosene subsidy

NEW DELHI: The Narendra Modi government is considering a "painless" revamp of the kerosene subsidy to complete the fuel pricing reforms that have resulted in significantly reducing the burden on the exchequer. A plan prepared by the Expenditure ... Economic Times, 5 days ago

Consumption demand: Is the worst over?

Demand outlook: Hope and fear * Consumption demand, until recently, was seeing a continuous decline despite lower inflation and improved consumer sentiment: However, Q4 results imply demand in at least consumer staples has bottomed out * Early ...
 Financial Express6 days ago

GLOBAL LOGISTIC PROPERTIES : Glp fact sheet as of 30 march 2015

FACT SHEET AS OF 31 MARCH 2015 GLP Park Beilun, China LEADING GLOBAL PROVIDER OF MODERN LOGISTICS FACILITIES Global Logistic Properties ("GLP") Global Logistic Properties Limited ("GLP") is a leading global provider of modern logistics ...
 4 Traders1 week ago GLP FACT SHEET AS OF 30 MARCH 2015  Noodls1 week ago

India okays stake sale in IOC, NTPC

NEW DELHI The government has approved the sale of shares in state-run oil refiner Indian Oil Corp and power producer NTPC as part of its plan to raise $11 billion from asset sales this financial year. New Delhi will sell a 10 per cent stake in the ...
 Oman Tribune2 weeks ago Govt nod to IOC, NTPC stake sale: 5 things to know  Business Today India2 weeks ago

Tractor sales: Mirroring the rural distress

One Time Everydays Higher incomes and improved terms of trade for farmers reversing the … 1 minute ago One Time Everydays Tractor sales: Mirroring the ruraldistress 11 minutes ago One Time ...
 NewsR.in2 weeks ago

From GST to deficit rains: Positive outlook apart, India is nowhere near a ratings upgrade

India is no where near getting a rating upgrade though ratings agencies have endorsed the Narendra Modi government's policies as the country still straddled with various structural issues, experts have said. A likelihood of below normal rainfall ...
 Firstpost.com3 weeks ago

Rural distress: will we see a replay of the early 2000s?

The government is trying to spend more on road-building and construction, which has been the main source of providing jobs to unskilled workers coming from farms. Photo: Mint The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) government has done a commendable ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Equity MFs cut cash holdings in March, pumps funds in stocks post Budget

India's equity fund managers have adopted the 'buy on dips' strategy, using the weakness in the market to buy stocks. After sitting on a cash pile of Rs 12,000 crore in the initial months of 2015 when stock indices were hitting all time highs, ...
 Smart Investor1 month ago

Relation between household savings and the current account

The consolidated public sector is regarded as the primary driver of high current account deficit (CAD) in India over FY09-FY13. Our study shows that while the government was responsible for high CAD initially (FY09-FY10), households were behind ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

Happy days are ahead

Global demand has yet not returned to the pre-crisis level and if inflation does not remain under control (Representational Image) The movement of interest rate affects different economic agents — consumers, investors, manufacturers and ...
 Deccan Chronicle1 month ago
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