The council serves to highlight key economic issues facing the country to the government of India from a neutral viewpoint. It advises the Prime Minister on a whole host of economic issues like inflation, microfinance, industrial output, etc. India Infoline, 1 day ago
See all (87) images for "pmeac"
India needs to bring down its gold demand from the current level of 1,000 tonnes a year to a level of 700 tonnes which prevailed only a few years ago, a top policymaker has said.In the l...Business Line, 1 week ago April gold import spurt is a serious concern: Rangarajan Business Standard, 1 week ago Need to tame inflation to contain gold demand & CAD: PMEAC United News of India, 6 days ago Rangarajan welcomes RBI policy Business Standard, 2 weeks ago
ASSOCHAM President R N Dhoot R greets Chairman Economic Advisory Council to the Prime Minister C. Rangarajan at the "6th International Gold Summit" in New Delhi on Wednesday. |PTI Moderating inflation is likely to prompt more investments in ...New Indian Express, 6 days ago Gold demand to fall in India, says Rangarajan Topnews.in, 6 days ago UPA economists in state of denial, continue unwarranted talk of higher growth rates India Today, 3 weeks ago 12th Plan may see close to 8% growth rate: C Rangarajan Rediff.com, 4 weeks ago
You can now login with LI or FB and share your comments with othersPlease Wait while comments are loading... 1. Comments will be moderated by The Hindu Business Line editorial team. 2. Comments that are abusive, personal, incendiary or irrelevant cannot be ...Business Line, 1 week ago ASSOCHAM reaction on PMEAC review Steel Guru, 3 weeks ago Falling domestic savings next important concern: Assocham MyIris, 4 weeks ago PMEAC forecast realistic: India Inc The Statesman, 4 weeks ago
More from: ASSOCHAM, Myiris...and 4 other sources
A separate ministerial panel will meet later to consider new gas pricing formula prescribed by PMEAC, which proposes to double the price. NEW DELHI: An empowered group of ministers, headed by defence minister AK Antony, will meet on May 28 to consider ...Economic Times, 5 days ago Rangarajan's gas pricing formula gets disapproved by ministries Indian-Commodity, 3 weeks ago Rangarajan panel's gas pricing formula in limbo New Delhi Pioneer, 2 weeks ago PetrolMin to send Rangarajan panel suggestions for Cabinet nod next week New Delhi Pioneer, 2 months ago
ET Now caught up with C Rangarajan, Chairman, PMEAC, for his take on the latest IIP numbers. Excerpts: ET Now: Are you pleasantly surprised by the numbers that we have seen and how optimistic are you now that your projections rather than the Reserve ...Economic Times, 1 week ago FY14 GDP forecast by PMEAC on the higher side Economic Times, 3 weeks ago Expect RBI to cut rates by 25 bps in May policy: Gaurav Kapur, RBS Economic Times, 4 weeks ago Dont expect growth in exports going forward: Dr Tirthankar Patnaik, Religare Capital Markets Economic Times, 4 weeks ago
The Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC) has come out with its Review of the Economy for 2013.Business Standard, 3 weeks ago CARE analyses economic review by PMEAC Money Control, 3 weeks ago Economy bottomed out: Rangarajan New Indian Express, 4 weeks ago See FY14 GDP at 5.8-6%, optimistic on CAD: ICRA Money Control, 4 weeks ago
More from: , Smart Investor...and 3 other sources
The government is targeting foreign capital flows of USD 110-115 billion to finance the estimated current account deficit of USD 100 billion in 2013-14.Money Control, 4 weeks ago PMEAC's 4-point plan to check FY14 current account deficit Money Control, 4 weeks ago CAD to improve in fourth quarter: Rangarajan Livemint.com, 1 month ago Current account deficit to be 5% this fiscal: Rangarajan Financial Express, 1 month ago
The projection for economic growth during 2013-14 announced by the Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council (PMEAC) on Tuesday, at 6.4 per cent, lies at the optimistic end of the current range.Business Standard, 3 weeks ago Rangarajan sees 6.4 % growth The Hindu, 4 weeks ago Get real The Telegraph, 3 weeks ago
Gold imports are likely to decline by nearly 20 per cent to $45 billion and will help in lowering the current account deficit (CAD) to 4.7 per cent of GDP in the current financial year, the PMEAC said on Tuesday. There is greater uncertainty with ...Financial Chronicle, 4 weeks ago PMEAC sees gold imports declining by 20% in current fiscal Business Standard, 4 weeks ago Gold imports to decline 20%: Prime Minister's Economic Advisory Council Indian Express, 4 weeks ago
on your WebpageAdd Widget >Get your members hooked!