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There is evidence of fairly strong recovery: Pronab Sen
Business Standard

New GDP data with 2011-12 as base year in January

Comment · print · T T T+· T- The Hindu File Photo of National Statistical Commission Chairman Pronab Sen, who is associated with formulation of the new series. TOPICS At present, the GDP is computed on 2004-05 base year. Seeking to ... The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
There is evidence of fairly strong recovery: Pronab Sen Business Standard, 2 months ago
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Nikkei Asian Review

OECD projects only 5.4% growth without structural reforms

NEW DELHI - India's economy is expected to grow at only 5.4% this fiscal year but will pick up to 6.6% in 2015-16, according to the Organization for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD), which said wide-ranging structural reforms are needed ...
 Nikkei Asian Review4 days ago
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Economic Times of India: Why PM Modi's New Chief Economic Adviser Arvind Subramanian is the Right Man for the Job

Plus, he's an economist likely to be in tune with Modi's much publicised 'Make in India' programme. "India can still become a manufacturing powerhouse, if it makes major upgrades to its roads, ports and power systems, and reforms its labour laws ...
 Economic Times1 month ago India to revise GDP measurement in 2015  Rediff.com2 months ago India to revise GDP measurement next year, economy may be larger  Asian Age2 months ago

India Inc’s ratings, biz sentiment on upswing

After two years of sub-5 per cent growth, the dom­e­stic economy has started lo­oking up and there has be­en a marked improvement in investor confidence, two industry surveys showed. Adding credence to the findings, rating agency Cri­sil said credit ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 month ago

Three charts that explain India's battle at the WTO

Earlier this year, India surprised the world by refusing to sign a World Trade Organization (WTO) trade deal because its concerns on trade rules governing agricultural subsidies had remained unaddressed. To address the barrage of criticism from the ...
 Livemint.com1 month ago

For first time in 7 years, fiscal deficit could fall under 4%

NEW DELHI, SEP 23 (AGENCIES) : Published on 23 Sep. 2014 10:23 PM IST ...
 Nagaland Post2 months ago

Wholesale inflation ebbs to 5-year low at 3.74% in August

New Delhi: Wholesale inflation slowed the most in about five years as commodity and crude prices continued to decline, raising hopes that sticky consumer inflation may start moderating as well, giving the central bank room to cut interest rates to ...
 Economic Times2 months ago
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Ache Din: Investment cycle picking up in India

At the outset, it might seem that investment in fixed plant and machinery (FPM), taken as a proxy for overall investment, is in doldrums. It fell in the first quarter of 2014-15, compared to the fourth quarter of 2013-14.   However, a deeper analysis into the latest official data shows that investment is, in fact, showing signs of a moderate pick-up.   In the latest gross domestic product numbers, gross fixed capital formation (GFCF) or investment in FPM declined by 6.2 per ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Farm growth: Govt, experts differ on impact of uneven rains

The slow start to the southwest monsoon this year and its impact on the yield of kharif crops have led to fear that farm sector growth for the remaining three quarters of 2014-15 might fall to one-two per cent from a robust 3.8 per cent for the quarter ended June.  This could make the government’s 2014-15 gross domestic product (GDP) growth target of 5.7-5.8 per cent difficult to achieve. This is because though the agriculture sector’s share in overall GDP is less than 15 per ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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Over half of Plan panel staff to be farmed out

The think tank that will replace the 64-year-old Planning Commission might retain only 40 per cent of its 1,000 staff members. The rest are expected to be sent back to their parent cadres. Among those set to return, decisions were pending on 250 for different reasons, officials in the know said. These include staff posted in offices attached to the Planning Commission except the Unique Identification Authority of India. Officials said though the government was in wide-ranging talks on the ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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