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BusinessToday.In
December 4, 2020
RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das says MPC voted unanimously to keep policy repo rate unchanged at 4 per cent; changes its FY21 real GDP target to 7.5 per cent as compared to 9.5% contraction projected earlier


PTI
December 3, 2020
The decline in the GDP narrowed to 7.5% in the second quarter of this financial year, over 23.9% in April-June quarter


BusinessToday.In
December 3, 2020
The finance ministry said that the GDP contraction easing to 7.5% in the September quarter from -23.9% in the previous quarter underlines a quarter-on-quarter surge in GDP growth of 23 per cent


BusinessToday.In
December 1, 2020
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PTI
November 30, 2020
According to the official data released last week, Indian economy recovered faster than expected in the September quarter as a pick-up in manufacturing helped GDP clock a lower contraction of 7.5 per cent


Chitranjan Kumar
November 30, 2020
India's real GDP regained Rs 6.2 lakh crore of GDP it lost amid the lockdown to Rs 33.1 lakh crore in September quarter


PTI
November 30, 2020
Prime Minister Narendra Modi worked hard for the economic recovery and had also announced a package after the crisis due to coronavirus, Shah said


Aprajita Sharma
November 30, 2020
The GDP growth fell to 7.5 per cent in the July-September quarter compared to a contraction of 23.9 per cent in the April-June quarter


BusinessToday.In
November 30, 2020
Apex bank could take steps to fasten India's economic recovery after the coronavirus, but high inflation will most likely force it to keep the rates unchanged


PTI
November 28, 2020
India's economy recovered faster than expected in the September quarter as a pick-up in manufacturing helped GDP clock a lower contraction of 7.5 per cent and held out hopes for further improvement on better consumer demand


BusinessToday.In
November 27, 2020



Niti Kiran
November 27, 2020
\"The economic growth rate, though, contracted in second quarter but it is better than most estimates. The contraction has reduced considerably if compared quarter-on-quarter,\" said Nish Bhatt, Founder & CEO, Millwood Kane International


Chitranjan Kumar & Mudit Kapoor
November 27, 2020
Contracting for the second consecutive quarter, India's GDP fell 7.5 per cent during the September quarter, albeit much slower than the 23.9 per cent decline registered in the June quarter


BusinessToday.In
November 27, 2020
The pace of contraction in the September quarter is considerably slower than the 23.9 per cent decline registered in the June quarter, bolstering hopes of recovery


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, November 25, 2020
State laws may delay progress of Centre's agri-marketing reforms, but won't be able to halt them


BusinessToday.In
November 19, 2020
ICRA has said that as the economy recovers from the COVID-19 induced lockdowns, the year-on-year contraction in India's GDP is estimated to have narrowed down considerably to 9.5 per cent in Q2 from 23.9 per cent in the first quarter


Prasanna Mohanty
November 17, 2020
As India marches from one economic disaster to another, policy and planning appear to be victims of whims and fancies as and when they strike


BusinessToday.In
November 13, 2020
Union Budget 2021: The Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman faces daunting task to cope with coronavirus economic fallout and address critical issues pertaining to growth contraction and subdued revenue collection triggered by the pandemic


PTI
November 12, 2020
The pandemic-induced lockdowns had led to a steep contraction of 23.9 per cent in the GDP for the April-June quarter as compared to the same period a year ago


Prasanna Mohanty
November 11, 2020
Multiple factors are responsible for this; some are well-known, like data fudging and man-made disasters of demonetisation, GST, and stringent lockdown; others are lost sight of, like lack of institutional support and intellectual rigour and frivolous approach to serious crisis


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