Monsoon worries are back with rains in June having been 24 per cent below normal.
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G20 is making fresh efforts to contain eurozone contagion The G20 is making fresh efforts to contain eurozone contagion.
Surge in corporate debt restructuring can spike in banks' NPAs The surge in corporate debt restructuring could be masking a spike in banks' non-performing assets.
Indian economy can be revived by restoring trust, confidence: Meera Sanyal In many ways the issues facing the Indian economy are driven by the animal spirits - Trust, Confidence and Hope. If they can be restored, the Indian economy could become a beacon of hope, writes Meera Sanyal.
Roundup: Events of the fortnight The monsoon's worst start in three years is threatening crops from rice to sugarcane.
Ikea's entry will give the economy a much-needed boost While the potential appears huge, the government's condition requiring foreign retailers to source 30 per cent of the value of their goods locally, from small enterprises, could prove a sticking point.
Pranab Mukherjee, the worst finance minister since 1991 liberalisation Pranab Mukherjee has been the worst finance minister since the economy was liberalised in 1991.
Biggest deals in the past 30 days* Piramal Healthcare Ltd, headed by Ajay Piramal, completed the
acquisition of US-based Decision Resources Group (DRG) for $635 million
(Rs 3,518.5 crore).
RBI's latest measures to boost economy: Who said what The market is disappointed... This creates an impression that the RBI
is comfortable with a relatively depreciating rupee rather than
initiating action to make it appreciate, says Samiran Chakraborty.
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Infosys building Shanghai campus with an eye on future, industry fears it may burn fingers Defying conventional wisdom, Infosys is building an 8,000-seat campus in Shanghai. Although the announcement has astonished the industry, the company says it is building the Shanghai campus with an eye on the future. It wants to lock up people supply.
Is competition watchdog's crackdown on cement makers is justified? The competition watchdog's crackdown on cement makers is justified, though some say it plays favourites.
Pranab's flop show as finance minister Pranab Mukherjee's final stint as finance minister lasted a little over
three years. It was a stint he is unlikely to recall with pride.