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Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, February 19, 2020
Mumbai-based United Toys Association (UTA) had alleged that the import duty hike in toys will lead up to 100 per cent surge in the MRP of existing toys in India raising burden on customer's pocket


BusinessToday.In
February 19, 2020
India's gross savings fell to 30.1 per cent of gross domestic product (GDP) in FY19 from 34.6 per cent of GDP in FY12. The last low was in financial year 2003-04, when gross savings were pegged at 29 per cent


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 19, 2020
Shaktikanta Das said that few sectors in India are likely to see some disruptions but alternatives are being explored to overcome those issues


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 19, 2020
Indian electronics and white goods manufacturers rely heavily on Chinese supplies, so prices of items like TVs, ACs, refrigerator, etc, like could go up 5-10 per cent beyond supply chain disruptions, CLSA has said in a report


BusinessToday.In
February 19, 2020
Share Market Update :BSE 30-share S&P Sensex ended 428 points higher at 41,323 and NSE 50-share index Nifty50 closed 137 points higher at 12,130


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 19, 2020
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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 18, 2020
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman assured that prices will not increase in the short term due to disrupted supply from China in the face of the coronavirus epidemic. Addressing the media after talking to industry representatives, the Finance Minister said that the government will soon announce measures to address the impact of coronavirus outbreak on India Inc.\"There are no concerns about price rise so far due to Coronavirus,\" Sitharaman said. Watch the video for more.Also read: FM Sitharaman quells fears of coronavirus impact on Indian economy Also watch: Coronavirus: Will China be able to re-open factories amid the outbreak?  


Mudit Kapoor
February 18, 2020
Companies have partially resumed operations in some of their facilities in China, whereas many factories still remain closed as the coronavirus epidemic continues to claim lives


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 18, 2020
FM Nirmala Sitharaman said the government will soon announce measures to deal with the impact of Coronavirus outbreak on the domestic industry


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 18, 2020
Sitharaman said she would hold a meeting with the secretaries of concerned ministries on Wednesday to chalk out steps to deal with the situation in consultation with Prime Minister's Office


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 18, 2020
India emerges as world's 5th largest economy, overtakes UK and France, says reportIndia emerged as the world's fifth largest economy by overtaking the UK and France in 2019, says a report. A US-based think tank World Population Review in its report said that India is developing into an open-market economy. The report further said that in purchasing power parity (PPP) terms, India's GDP (PPP) is USD 10.51 trillion, exceeding that of Japan and Germany. Coronavirus: Paracetamol pri...


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 18, 2020
The disruption due to coronavirus in China has put Indian industry in a jam


BusinessToday.In
February 18, 2020
Coronavirus outbreak latest: The pharma sector in India could possibly be faced with shortages in finished drug formulations from April in case the supply chains are not restored by the first week of March.


BusinessToday.In
February 18, 2020
Share Market Update : Extending losses for the third consecutive session, BSE 30-share S&P Sensex closed 161 points lower at 40,894 and NSE 50-share index Nifty50 ended 53 points lower at 11,992


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 17, 2020
Coronavirus: The Finance Ministry is scheduled to hold a meeting on Tuesday to assess the impact of coronavirus to the country's trade of Make in India initiative


PTI
February 17, 2020
Coronavirus latest: India is one of China's leading trade partners in Asia and has a huge trade deficit with that country. The death toll from China's coronavirus (COVID-19) epidemic climbed to 1,665 on Saturday


PTI
February 16, 2020
FPIs pumped in Rs 10,426 crore into equities and Rs 14,191 crore into the debt segment between February 3 and 14.


Anwesha Madhukalya | Mudit Kapoor
New Delhi, February 15, 2020
Coronavirus: The virus remains active and stable when temperatures are around 4-6 degree Celsius and loses potency in warmer environment


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 14, 2020
With coronavirus (2019-nCoV) being declared a global emergency, the entire world is starting to feel the impact of the massive outbreak. The disease has claimed many lives and infected over 48,000 people in China alone. Chinese economy is slowly beginning to take the hit. Indian traders are already feeling the impact. Major sectors that would be impacted include automobile, pharmaceuticals and technology hardware. Most hardware parts are made in China and all essential chemicals in the pharma sector come from there. Hyundai decided to shut down its three South Korea plants due to shortage of a wiring harness that was no longer available from a supplier in China. If this continues then Indian markets will also be affected. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Coronavirus outbreak: Embassy providing assistance to Indians on board cruise ship off Japan coast, says EAM


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 14, 2020
Shortages and potential price increases of generic drugs from India loom if the coronavirus outbreak disrupts suppliers of pharmaceutical ingredients in China past April, according to industry experts. An important supplier of generic drugs to the world, Indian companies procure almost 70% of the active pharmaceutical ingredients (APIs) for their medicines from China; The IMF has said that India urgently needs more ambitious structural and financial sector reform measures and a medium-term fiscal consolidation strategy due to the rising debt levels while ensuring a more accommodative fiscal stance in the budget. International Monetary Fund (IMF) spokesperson Gerry Rice said the economic environment in India is weaker than what the organisation had forecast earlier. This and more news on News Blast.Also read: India's wholesale inflation rose to 8-month high of 3.1% in JanuaryAlso read: Page Industries share price falls 8% post Q3 earnings  


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