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Another rate cut likely by end of year: poll

The poll says growth will continue for India this year Growth rate India's growth rate is set to remain one of the fastest in the world this year with inflation running just slightly above 5 per cent, leaving the Reserve Bank of India on the ... The Hindu, 2 weeks ago
Reuters India

India economic growth to hold strong: Reuters poll

A worker grinds a gear rod used in a textile machine inside a small scale manufacturing unit in Ahmedabad, India, April 12, 2016. Reuters/Amit Dave BENGALURU India's growth rate is set to remain one of the fastest in the world this year ...
 Reuters India2 weeks ago India growth to hold strong; another rate cut likely, but not soon  Sharenet2 weeks ago India growth to hold strong, say analysts  Asian Age2 weeks ago India growth to hold strong; rate cut likely, but not soon  Deccan Chronicle2 weeks ago
Hindustan Times

27 medical students expelled in Gwalior

The Gajra Raja Medical College (GRMC) administration expelled 27 students on Tuesday for allegedly using unfair means, including impersonation, during the entrance examination. The students belong to batches between 2006 and 2010. According to ...
 Hindustan Times3 weeks ago

Country risk expert insight: Malaysia investment risk set to ease

Upon reflection: Things are looking up at Bursa Malaysia in Kuala Lumpur In Q4 2015, Malaysia's risk score was hit by sweeping declines in the political assessment criteria. ECR experts noted increased risks in everything from corruption and ...
 Euromoney1 month ago
Bangkok Post

Philippine exports at lowest in 3 years, govt spending to support economy

(Adds comments from economist, background) * January exports fall 3.9 pct yr/yr * Export value lowest in nearly three years * Election, govt spending to cushion weak exports - Barclays By Neil Jerome Morales and Enrico Dela Cruz MANILA, March ...
 Sharenet1 month ago UPDATE 1-Philippine exports at lowest in 3 years, govt spending to support economy  Reuters UK1 month ago
International Business Times

Malaysian Central Bank Chief Zeti Akhtar Aziz Set To Retire As PM Najib Razak Faces Political Test

Malaysian central bank Governor Zeti Akhtar Aziz is expected to hold interest rates steady at her last monetary policy meetingWednesday, as she has since 2014. Her firm hand may be missed if a corruption controversy linked to Prime Minister Najib ...
 International Business Times1 month ago All eyes on Zeti's last meeting for hints of her successor  Free Malaysia Today1 month ago Why you shouldn't miss Malaysia's central bank meeting  CNBC1 month ago

Thailand February CPI Down 0.5%, Falling for 14th Straight Month -- Update

By Nopparat Chaichalearmmongkol BANGKOK--Thailand continued to register negative inflation in February, though the pace of falling consumer prices eased slightly. Despite this, economists still expect deflation will continue for at least a few more ...
 4 Traders2 months ago

Modi Sticks With India Deficit Target in Pro-Farmer Budget

Prime Minister Narendra Modi stuck with a plan to narrow the deficit in the next fiscal year even while providing relief for farmers in a budget that signaled his intent to win back support in rural areas ahead of key state elections. The ...
 Hellenic Shipping News Worldwide2 months ago Indian PM Modi sticks to budget deficit plan  Taipei Times Online2 months ago
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