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Decoding a Disruptive Tax Reform

A quick look at the new tax act's key implications for businesses in the US-India context.

 
 
A hormone to facilitate safe childbirth and lactation in women has been rampantly misused by the dairy industry to increase milk production in livestock.
In the first quarter, RIL's financing cost has risen by 217 per cent year-on-year to Rs3,550 crore.
After a four-year easing cycle, interest rates are now gradually increasing.
Struggling to find new buyers, Harley Davidson, the quintessential American motorcycling brand is changing.

Lack of timely decisions and delay in putting in regulatory safeguards may turn India into a GM food junkyard.

After months of unsuccessful attempts at selling the ailing national carrier, the government decided to pump in additional money.

The Mumbai-based company's enterprise software is helping businesses reduce international freight costs.

 
 
Another round of Goods and Services Tax (GST) rate cuts have been effected by the governing body GST Council, which met recently in Delhi for the 28th time.
Three of the four weeks of June witnessed rains that were between 14 and 38 per cent less than the long period average (LPA).
6,000 medicine brands worth about Rs 2,500-odd crore are likely to be banned soon.

Twitter in India has more to worry besides the bots purge.

How much does the monetary policy affect demand, especially at the state level?

Historical precedents do not support the popular belief that governments turn profligate in poll years.

India's sugar stockpile is at a record high, after a good monsoon and a bumper crop in 2017/18.
New capital with new management is good news for private banks.
The joint venture with German Giant Thyssenkrupp AG in early July was expected to serve as a rescue line for Tata Steel Europe.