IHS measured the size of China`s economy in US dollar terms, rather than using purchasing power parity - a technique used to determine the relative value of different currencies - which other research houses have used in the past. Money Control, 1 week ago
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The recent release of the updated index for comparing the value of currencies across countries - generally known as purchasing power parity, or PPP - will have far-reaching implications. According to the new index, India is a much larger economy than previously thought, and has far fewer poor people. India had over 400 million people who earned less than the current World Bank poverty line of $1.25 per day, if the previous adjustment for purchasing power was used. If the newer version ...Rediff.com, 1 month ago Not as poor? Business Standard, 1 month ago
With the World Bank set to revise the Purchasing Power Parity PPP index and redraw the global poverty line the number of poor in India is set to fall from the 200405 estimate of over 400 million to as low as 100 million according to government sources ...Hindustan Times, 1 month ago India's poor may shrink 75% by new World Bank formula Rediff.com, 1 month ago
Applying the purchasing power parity approach, it is clear the rupee is persistently undervalued by 30 per cent or more Martin Kessler & Arvind Subramanian June 22, 2014 Last Updated at 22:46 IST Is the rupee fairly valued? Should the Reserve Bank of India ...Business Standard, 2 months ago Is the rupee fairly valued? Sify, 2 months ago Why it is important for the RBI to arrest rupee fall Rediff.com, 2 months ago
As Reid points out, America's share of world output, on a purchasing power parity basis, has already slipped below 20pc, which has historically been the marker of a global superpower, from the Roman to the British empires. But this is not just ...ACQ Magazine, 6 days ago
Aug. 26--A salary of $53,046--the national median--has the same purchasing power in Hawaii as a salary of $39,106 in Mississippi. -- 1. Mississippi, 13.6 percent less than the national average -- 2. Arkansas, 12.4 percent less than the national ...BusinessWeek, 3 weeks ago
$100 billion investment likely in renewable energy in 5 years: Piyush Goyal, Power, coal and renewableenergy minister
India will get $100-billion investment in renewable energy in the next five years and become a world leader in the sector. With billions of dollars worth of capital, and enforcement of the mandate for utilities to buy clean energy, called renewable ...Economic Times, 9 hours ago 『 $100 billion investment likely in renewable energy in 5 years: Piyush Goyal, Power, coal and renewableenergy minister 』 ECF, 2 hours ago $100 bn investment in renewable energy: Goyal Economic Times, 50 minutes ago $100 bn investment in renenwable energy: Piyush Goyal Economic Times, 3 hours ago
Giving a turnaround to the United Progressive Alliance (UPA)?s flagship solar power programme, the current government is set to double the target of the upcoming phase of Jawaharlal Nehru National Solar Mission (JNNSM) to 3,000 Mw, the largest ever ...Business Standard India, 16 hours ago Modi govt doubles UPA's solar mission targets Business Standard India, 12 hours ago
In a bid to grab the opportunity created by diesel reaching market-parity price, Reliance Industries (RIL) has set the ball rolling on reopening its fuel retail outlets, after a gap of six years, and the company is in discussions with its dealers ...Indian-Commodity, 1 day ago
Whenever anyone brings up the rising military power of China, Russia and other U.S. rivals, some pundit usually pops up to remind us that America is still overwhelmingly dominant both in terms of military capability and spending. The pundit will ...Joins.com, 1 week ago China's PLA is getting more bang for the buck Japan Times, 1 week ago China's Military Gets More Bang for the Buck Bloomberg View, 1 week ago
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