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Deepak Parekh pitches for greater government, corporate investment in education
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HDFC pitches for greater govt, investment in education

Terming spending on education as abysmally low at 3% of GDP, eminent industry leader Deepak Parekh called for "aggressive" investments by the government as well as corporates in the sector, saying it is the key to unlock India's demographic dividend. Money Control, 22 hours ago

India to become world's 3rd largest automobile manufacturer by 2020: Ford

The automotive sector has a direct bearing on the economy with a near 7 per cent contribution to the GDP: David Dubensky, President and MD, Ford. COIMBATORE: India's automotive industry is expected to reach 7 million vehicles milestone by 2020, making the ...
 Economic Times1 day ago India to become third largest auto manufacturer by 2020: Ford  Jagran Post1 day ago India to become 3rd largest auto manufacturer by 2020: Ford  Deccan Herald1 day ago
Business Today India

Do productivity gains explain India's GDP boost?

Listen Anuj Agarwal So, India has been outshining China. At least that is what the new GDP data released by the Central Statistical Office (CSO) tells us. According to the advance estimate, the Indian economy grew at 7.4 percent (real GDP at ...
 Gulf Time UAE5 days ago ADB forecasts Myanmar's GDP to grow at 8.3 percent in FY 2015-16  Daily Times5 days ago Myanmar's GDP to grow 8.3 percent in FY2015-16  MENAFN5 days ago XINHUA - ADB forecasts Myanmar's GDP to grow at 8.3 percent in FY 2015-16  Namibia Press Agency5 days ago
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India To Outpace China In Growth Rate In 2015-16, ADB Says

India is all set to overtake China's growth rate by clocking 7.8 per cent GDP in 2015-16 and 8.2 per cent during the following fiscal on the back of structural reforms and government's "pro-investment" attitude, Asian Development Bank said. "India is expected ...
 Silicon India5 days ago Indian GDP Growth Expected to Outpace China in 2015  Individual.com5 days ago India will grow at 7.8% in 2015-16; surpass China: ADB  IBN Live6 days ago The Asian Development Bank (ADB) has lowered Armenia's GDP growth projection for 2015 from 4.6% to 1.6%, bearing in mind the  ARKA News Agency5 days ago
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Money Control

Fiscal reforms, low inflation positive for ratings: Fitch

As per the agency, GDP growth is likely to be at 7.4 per cent this fiscal and 8 per cent in the next, based on new series.
 Money Control3 days ago Analysts see FY16 CAD at 0.5-0.6 per cent of GDP  Deccan Herald2 weeks ago Analysts see FY16 CAD at 0.5-0.6% of GDP  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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Expect Indian Rupee likely depreciate: Angel

According to Angel Broking, Indian Rupee will likely depreciate today as markets will be cautious ahead of release of US GDP data in the evening session.
 Money Control3 days ago Indian Rupee may trade on neutral to negative: Swastika  Money Control4 weeks ago
Money Control

Sagarmala to have coastal economic zones, 12 smart cities: Gadkari

Asserting that the Sagarmala project approved by the cabinet on Wednesday will alone lift India's GDP growth by 2 percent, Highways and Shipping Minister Nitin Gadkari on Thursday said at least 12 smart cities and several coastal economic zones will be set up ...
 Prokerala4 days ago Sagarmala to have 12 smart cities, economic zones: Gadkari  Money Control4 days ago Sagarmala to have 12 smart cities: Gadkari | 'National Waterways plan for 101 rivers'  Economic Times4 days ago Cabinet gives in principle nod to Sagarmala proj  APN News4 days ago
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Business Insider

JPMorgan pares US Q1 GDP view to 1.5%

:33 PM [NEW YORK] JPMorgan economist Michael Feroli said on Wednesday he downgraded his outlook on US growth in the first quarter after a surprisingly weak report on domestic durable goods orders that showed a 1.4 drop in February. Mr Feroli said ...
 Business Times Singapore5 days ago JPMorgan pares U.S. first quarter GDP view to 1.5 percent  Reuters5 days ago Goldman Trims First Quarter GDP View to 1.8 Percent From 2 Percent  NewsMax.com5 days ago Goldman trims U.S. first quarter GDP view to 1.8 percent from 2.0 percent Reuters 38 mins ago  Yahoo! Finance5 days ago
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PTI - SESSION-GOA-GDP (BES27) - Goa economy grows despite mining ban, GSDP at 7.71 pc: Report

SESSION-GOA-GDP (BES27) - Goa economy grows despite mining ban, GSDP at 7.71 pc: Report Contributed by NAMPA / PTI. Panaji, Mar 24 (PTI) Goa's Gross State Domestic product (GSDP) showed an upward trend during last financial year despite ...
 Namibia Press Agency6 days ago PTI - SESSION-GOA-GDP - Goa economy grows despite mining ban, GSDP at 7.71 pc: Report  Namibia Press Agency6 days ago Goa economy grows despite mining ban, GSDP at 7.71%: Report  Economic Times6 days ago Letters: Easy credit  Business Standard2 weeks ago
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FM tries to dispel doubts over 7.4 per cent GDP; says CSO credible

Jaitley tonight sought to dispel doubts over the new growth figure of 7.4 per cent for 2014-15, saying the GDP calculations are made independently by the CSO. NEW DELHI: Finance Minister Arun Jaitley tonight sought to dispel doubts over the new growth figure ...
 Economic Times1 week ago FM clarifies doubts over 7.4% GDP  Rediff.com1 week ago Calculations by CSO are credible, assures Jaitely  Business Standard1 week ago FM Arun Jaitley tries to dispel doubts over 7.4% GDP; says CSO credible  Economic Times1 week ago
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