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BusinessToday.In | January 23, 2019

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Raghuram Rajan says India to become bigger than China eventually

India will eventually surpass China in economic size and will be in a better position to create the infrastructure being promised by the Chinese side in South Asian countries, former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan said Tuesday. Addressing a session on Strategic Outlook for South Asia at the World Economic Forum annual meet in Davos, Rajan said Indian economy would continue to grow while growth rate is slowing down in China. The comments assume significance with China working on a lot of infrastructure projects across the region, including in Nepal and in Pakistan.

Non-filers will have 21 days to file I-T returns, submit response: CBDT

Individuals who have carried out high value transactions but have not filed their income tax returns for the assessment year 2018-19 would get 21 days time to submit their responses, the CBDT said Tuesday. The 21-day time period would be from the date of receiving e-mail or SMS from the I-T Department regarding non-filing of tax returns.

Govt plans to raise $11.21 billion from state asset sales in FY 20

The Indian government is likely to seek to raise about 800 billion rupees ($11.21 billion) through the sale of state-owned assets in the next fiscal year, beginning April 1, two government sources told Reuters. The target, which is the same as for the current financial year, includes proceeds from the expected privatisation of loss-making national carrier Air India, and the sale of an insurer to be created by the merger of three state-owned firms

Xi tells officials to be ready to deal with risks as China's economy slows down

Chinese President Xi Jinping has cautioned officials about risks to the country's economic stability and directed them to deal with turbulence and disruptions, as the spectre of long term economic slowdown loomed large over China with GDP last year slumping to 30 year low. Take all the necessary precautionary steps and be vigilant about any risks that could jeopardise China's stability and reforms, Xi told officials summoned to Beijing for a Communist Party study session on Monday.

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