The demonetisation-driven cash crunch that is playing out in India will create short-term economic pain in the form of the transactional hit created by a hard cash deficit and the structural hit to non-tax paying businesses that would become ... Firstpost.com, 1 week ago
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Experts believe GDP growth in the second half could be lower than that in the first half of this fiscal by a mile, reports Sheetal Agarwal in Mumbai. The government's move withdrawing Rs 500 and Rs 1,000 currency notes, popularly referred to as demonetisation, has dashed expectations of a pick-up in consumption in the second half of the current financial year. Led by multiple reasons like a normal monsoon after two weak years, higher pay for government employees, increased infrastructure ...Rediff.com, 2 weeks ago FY17 GDP growth faces cash crunch heat Smart Investor, 2 weeks ago
The Modi government's bold demonetisation move may have taken away India's claim to being the fastest growing economy in the world, with brokerages and economists revising their GDP growth estimates sharply downward as a result of the cash squeeze ...Economic Times, 2 weeks ago
Sanjeev Sharma Tribune News Service New Delhi, October 4 While the first monetary policy review under the new RBI Governor Urjit Patel surprised analysts with a rate cut of 25 basis points, it has buoyed the spirits of India Inc just before ...Chandigarh Tribune, 2 months ago
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