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Biz EOD: 3 years of DeMo, Moody's blow to India, Suzuki defers Gujarat plant

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Biz EOD: 3 years of DeMo, Moody's blow to India, Suzuki defers Gujarat plant
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Here's how Indian economy fared in the three years since demonetisation. Moody's Investors Service changed its outlook on India's ratings to "negative" from "stable" over the country's economic slowdown. Suzuki postponed plans to open a car plant in Gujarat on the back on slump in Indian auto industry. Read for more top stories from the world of business and economy.

1. 3 years of demonetisation: How much has Indian economy changed?

Three years down the line, India's economy has seen a lot of turbulence with GDP growth going down to six-year-low, fiscal deficit growing significantly, and various sectors, including auto and manufacturing, facing crises.

2. Moody's lowers India's outlook to 'negative'; economy's fundamentals robust, says govt

Moody's says its India outlook reflects government and policy ineffectiveness in addressing economic weakness; the Modi government says India continues to offer strong prospects of growth in the near and medium-term.

3. Infographic: Why onion prices have shot through the roof

From Rs 7 per kg in January to Rs 100 per kg in November in Mumbai, spiralling onion prices have sent Indian consumers in a tizzy.

4. M&M Q2 consolidated profit plunges 78% to Rs 368 crore, revenue down 6%

Mahindra & Mahindra sold 1,10,824 vehicles during September quarter of 2019 as against 1,41,163 units sold in the same quarter last year, posting a decline of 21 per cent.

5. Suzuki defers opening of new Gujarat car plant amid profit slump

Suzuki Motor Corporation, the parent of India's biggest car-maker Maruti Suzuki, was scheduled to commission the plant in Gujarat by April 2020, will now start operation by next July.

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