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Making Sense of 2016

The year 2016 was turbulent for the indian economy with hits and misses, surprises and disappointments galore.

Business Today-KPMG study of India's best banks

Barclays Bank has been a standout performer, growing revenues even as it keeps operating costs on a tight leash.

Concepts such as merged reality, machine learning, and digital twins are set to become more mainstream this year. Here's what else is in store.

Business Today readers share their feedback on the magazine's coverage.

Another old-generation private sector bank is making it to the top of the heap.

HDFC Bank is gradually raising the bar in the banking industry with expanding size, unmatched profitability and low delinquencies.

Changes in tax treaties will reduce round-tripping and make FDI numbers less impressive than they are now.

External commercial borrowings dwindle amid lower capex requirements by companies.


The next phase of growth of Yes Bank will come from retail and SME

Arundhati Bhattacharya, SBIs first woman chairman, has shown her mettle by taking challenges head on.

The heads of India's two largest IT companies, Wipro and Infosys, respectively, warned employees about the challenging times ahead
Jean-Francois Beaudoin, Senior VP, Asia Pacific, Alstom, talks to Anilesh S. Mahajan about the scope India offers for the freight industry.

Another issue is confusion due to the lack of a unified law/framework to deal with the problem.

The Sensex may underperform for the third year in a row due to uncertainty in the economy.

How shortage of money is crippling the economy.