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Demonetisation was self-goal by Modi govt: Book

Demonetisation was a terrible idea and the government’s own economic surveys have indicated that this move contributed to a slowdown in the economy, claims a new book. “The

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Emerging markets should do well, but India will underperform: Geoffrey Dennis

India will underperform this year compared to other emerging markets as valuations continue to be a concern for the country, said Geoffrey Dennis, an EM commentator. “I think

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Comment | Why RBI should actively intervene in the currency market

Rajesh Kumar Foreign investors are back in business. The Indian stock market has gained significantly in recent weeks, owing to buying by foreign portfolio investors (FPI). A higher inflow

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Counterfeit and pirated goods represent 3.3% of global trade: Report

Global sales of counterfeit and pirated goods have soared to $ 522 billion a year, amounting to a whopping 3.3 percent of world trade, according to a report

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131 CAs counter experts#39; claims that govt is manipulating data

As many as 131 chartered accountants (CAs) have countered economists and social scientists who had earlier alleged that economic statistics in India were in shambles. The 108 economists

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India#39;s palm oil imports could jump to record as prices fall: Analyst

India’s palm oil imports in 2018/19 are likely to jump a tenth from a year earlier to a record high, as a sharp fall in the prices made

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Brexit spurs biggest cut in UK business investment in 10 years

British companies look set to cut investment by the most in 10 years in 2019 because of Brexit,

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Growth under UPA regime #39;not bad#39;, says PM Modi’s adviser Sanjeev Sanyal

Sanyal was referring to the soaring inflation, widening fiscal and current account deficit and massive lending from the banks that

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UK MPs vote to delay Brexit Day, but reject second referendum

British lawmakers on March 14 voted to seek a delay to the March 29 deadline for the UK

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China to stay on path of #39;peaceful development#39; continue to be #39;positive force#39;: Premier Li Keqiang

China will stay on the path of “peaceful development” and continue to be a “positive force” and contribute

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February sees 7% rise in import of vegetable oils

Import of vegetable oils in February rose 7.4 per cent to 12.42 lakh tonnes on sharp rise in

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Chinese response to slowdown has been a bit blunt: James Glassman, JPMorgan

James Glassman, senior economist at JPMorgan, said he wouldn’t be surprised to see more stability in the global

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China announces plans to stabilise growth amid trade war with US

China is facing “downward pressures”, Premier Li Keqiang admitted on March 15 as he announced plans to boost

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Chinese response to slowdown has been a bit blunt: James Glassman, JPMorgan

Markets, Economy, Policy March 15, 2019 Comment | Why the RBI should not allow the rupee to

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India sets #39;aspirational#39; target for engineering exports at $200 bn by 2025

India can achieve a three-fold “aspirational” increase in its engineering exports to reach USD 200 billion by 2025,

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PIL against Smriti Irani: Gujarat HC asks government to give details about recovery

The Gujarat High Court hearing a PIL that accused Union minister and Rajya Sabha MP Smriti Irani of

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India LNG demand journey to be shaky, slow due to infrastructure limits

India’s demand for liquefied natural gas (LNG) is set to rise by about 10 percent this year even

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Chart of the Day | India’s exploding trade deficit with China

Imports from China accounted for around three percent of total imports in 2000-01, but it expanded to 16.4 percent of

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Wholesale inflation increases to 2.93% in February

India’s wholesale inflation rate inched up to 2.93 percent in February, compared to 2.6 percent in January, driven

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