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Manu Kaushik
New Delhi, April 14, 2021
The latest Business Today Business Confidence Index (BCI) shows slight improvement in overall sentiment despite the pessimism around economic and business issues


PTI
April 10, 2021
The International Monetary Fund Deputy Chief Economist, Petya Koeva Brooks, in an interview to PTI on Friday also made a strong case for an additional economic stimulus to address the impact of the pandemic on the country's economy


BusinessToday.In
April 10, 2021
Dr Gill has replaced M. Ahyan Kose and his appointment will be effective from June 1, 2021


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 8, 2021
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) on Tuesday raised its growth forecast for Indian economy by 100 basis points to 12.5 per cent for fiscal year 2021-22. The IMF said it expects India's GDP to grow 12.5 per cent in FY22, the highest among emerging and advanced economies. GDP growth for FY23 is pegged at 6.9 per cent. The projections also say that India is the only country expected to register a double-digit growth this fiscal. But how will the projections play out considering the country is witnessing an unprecedented surge in COVID cases all across the country. To answer this, IMF chief economist in conversation with India Today, tells us how she arrived at this number and what gives her confidence that India would be the fastest growing emerging economy in the world. Watch the video for details.


BusinessToday.In
April 8, 2021
IMF this week raised its growth forecast for the Indian economy by 100 basis points to 12.5 per cent for the fiscal year 2021-22. It expects India's GDP to grow 12.5 per cent in FY22, the highest among emerging and advanced economies


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 7, 2021
Ahead of the annual spring meeting of the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the World Bank, IMF Chief Economist Gita Gopinath acknowledged there is evidence of normalisation of economic activities in India. The change in the 2021 forecast for India is minuscule compared to earlier projections, the IMF chief economist said. Earlier this week, the IMF raised its growth forecast for India to 12.5 per cent for 2021-22 in its latest edition of the World Economic Outlook. However, the Washington-based global lender pegged India's GDP growth at 6.9 per cent for FY23 and noted that India is the only Asian country expected to register double-digit growth in the current fiscal. Watch the video for more.Also Read: IT skills in top demand! Jobs aplenty for professionals with these expertise


BusinessToday.In
April 7, 2021
The change in the 2021 forecast for India is minuscule compared to earlier projections, IMF chief economist Gita Gopinath said


BusinessToday.In
April 6, 2021
India is the only country expected to register a double-digit growth this fiscal.


PTI
March 31, 2021
The Washington-based global lender, in its latest South Asia Economic Focus report released ahead of the annual Spring meeting of the World Bank and the International Monetary Fund (IMF), said that the economy was already slowing when the COVID-19 pandemic unfolded


PTI
March 26, 2021
India's economy is on the path of gradual recovery, real GDP growth, return to positive territory in fourth quarter of 2020, IMF's spokesperson Gerry Rice said


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, March 9, 2021
Star and Disney India launches diversity resource group for women, LGBTQ employees; Indian Railways integrates all helpline numbers into single Rail Madad Helpline 139; FM Sitharaman credits govt's fiscal measures for 0.4% GDP growth in Q3. Watch this and more news on News Blast.Also Read: Covaxin safe, immunogenic with no side effects, says Lancet


Rashi Bisaria
New Delhi, March 9, 2021
COVID-19 vaccination: Technical glitches in Co-WIN, hesitancy led to low coverage, says Health Ministry At the start of the Covid-19 vaccination drive, fewer beneficiaries than planned attended inoculation sessions due to transient technical issues in the Co-WIN portal, vaccine hesitancy etc, which have progressively been addressed, Rajya Sabha was informed on Monday. The rate of vaccination coverage has subsequently increased, the ministry has further added. India 'at forefront' in fight...


BusinessToday.In
March 9, 2021
Gopinath lauded India for playing a key role during the crisis by producing and dispatching the coronavirus vaccines to several countries


BusinessToday.In
February 2, 2021
IMF's report had said that aggressive policy measures amidst the pandemic helped prevent worse outcomes during the recession.


BusinessToday.In
January 29, 2021
Gopinath says government should carry on cash support to poor people in this financial year as well. She says Centre should focus on expanding employment guarantee scheme MGNREGA


Reuters
January 28, 2021
The rollout of Covid-19 vaccines has boosted expectations of a global recovery and helped prompt a surge in asset prices


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, January 27, 2021
Gita Gopinath, Chief Economist, IMF projected an increased global growth of 5.5 per cent in 2021, during a press briefing on Tuesday. Gopinath credited the global economic growth to the successful vaccination drives and additional policy support in countries like the United States and Japan. However, she added that slow vaccine rollout, virus mutations and premature withdrawal of policy support could worsen the outcomes. Watch the video for more.Also Read: Bill Gates draws strategy to stop the next pandemic


PTI
January 27, 2021
Gopinath says India's strict lockdown had an impact on the economy, including a very large contraction in first quarter of fiscal year


BusinessToday.In
January 27, 2021
Indian agriculture needs reforms, said Gita Gopinath, Chief Economist of the Washington-based global financial institution, adding that there are several areas where reforms are needed, including infrastructure


Reuters
January 27, 2021
Gita Gopinath said the proposed package could add as much as 1.25 per cent to US growth in 2021, when the IMF projects the US economy will expand by 5.1 per cent after a 3.4 per cent contraction in 2020


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