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BusinessToday.In
October 23, 2020
According to a Confederation of Indian Industry (CII)- CARE Ratings knowledge paper, the fresh investments required to take the Indian economy to this level would amount to Rs 498 lakh crore over a seven-year period, between 2021-2027


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 22, 2020
Kia Motors India on Wednesday said it has received over 50,000 bookings for its compact SUV Sonet within two months of commencing the process; The International Monetary Fund slashed this year's economic forecast for Asia, reflecting a sharper-than-expected contraction in countries like India; In wake of a deep global recession amid a still unchecked pandemic, the global economy is estimated to contract by 4.3 per cent this year, leaving global output short by over $6 trillion by the year end. Watch this and more on News Blast.Also Read: Dr Reddy's Labs share slips over 4% as firm shuts plants after cyberattack


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 22, 2020
While IMF-World Economic Outlook has stated that Bangladesh is set to overtake India in per capita GDP growth, experts hold a different view. India Today TV spoke to Dr Arvind Subramanian, Former Chief Economic Advisor, Govt of India who said that wrong numbers had been compared. But he also added that Bangladesh and many other countries had performed better than India in managing the impact of COVID on their economies. Watch the full interview.


BusinessToday.In
October 22, 2020
Former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan says to grow exports, one needs to import things that go into these exports as cheaply as they can


BusinessToday.In
October 21, 2020
India is at the doorstep of economic revival on the back of accommodative monetary and fiscal policies being pursued by the central bank and the government, says RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das


Rajeev Dubey
New Delhi, October 21, 2020
In terms of per capita GDP, citizens of Bangladesh are likely to be richer than Indians in 2020, as well as five years later as per IMF projections. The report is  worrisome as it projects India slipping behind Bangladesh in per capita GDP due to a double-digit contraction in economy - IMF predicted 10.3 per cent de-growth in Indian GDP as against 3.8 per cent GDP growth for Bangladesh. But is really fair to compare the two economies? There are some challenges Bangladesh is bound to face in the future as it becomes a developing economy. Rajeev Dubey, Editor, Business Today, explains more. Read: Infographic: The Rise of Bangladesh


Chitranjan Kumar
October 21, 2020
UNCTAD expects India's GDP to contract 5.9 per cent in 2020 and recover to 3.9 per cent next year


Anwesha Madhukalya
October 21, 2020
The UNCTAD report also said that it expects South Asia to contract 4.8 per cent and South-East Asia to dip 2.2 per cent. South Asia is expected to recover 3.9 per cent in 2021, while South-East Asia is expected to pull up 4.3 per cent


BusinessToday.In
October 21, 2020
Despite a commendable career in banking, Aditya Puri gives all the credit of the success that HDFC Bank achieved to his team. He hopes that one day HDFC will become the largest private bank in the world


Nirbhay Kumar
October 20, 2020
While refunds for 'risky' exporters have been a contentious issue, tax consultants with sizeable client base said that technical glitches are also being cited for pending GST refunds


BusinessToday.In
October 20, 2020
The recovery in GST e-way bills, electricity, petrol and diesel in September 2020 provides a meaningful pointer to a broader economic revival, ICRA said in its monthly economic review for September


Mudit Kapoor | Mohsin Shaikh
October 20, 2020
In terms of per capita GDP, citizens of Bangladesh are likely to be richer than Indians in 2020, as well as five years later as per IMF projections


Prasanna Mohanty
October 20, 2020
A study by two multinational giants UBS and PwC says \"huge fiscal and quantitative easing packages\" given by governments around the world drove a V-shaped recovery of stock markets and billionaires' wealth surged to $10.2 trillion by the end of July 2020


PTI
October 17, 2020
It estimated that the economy is likely to contract by 13.5 per cent in the second quarter (July-September), and the contraction in FY21 (April 2020 to March 2021) is likely to be around 9.5 per cent


BusinessToday.In
October 16, 2020
The COVID-struck Indian economy is set to shrink by a colossal 10.3 per cent this year, the IMF said in its World Economic Outlook report titled 'A Long and Difficult Ascent'


BusinessToday.In
October 16, 2020
Gopinath believes the recent passing of three new labour codes and farm reform bills will provide jobs, some direct support and pave the way for more demand while strengthening supply chain


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, October 15, 2020
IMF Chief Economist Gita Gopinath talks about the state of Indian and world economies in the age of Covid-19 and the road ahead. Explaining IMF's growth forecast for India. she throws light on what one can expect from the next quarter. This is the second downgrade for India by the IMF after it reversed its forecast of 1.9% growth in April to a 4.5% contraction in June for 2020-21. Watch the full interview.Also Read: Online furniture segment sees sudden spurt in growth post COVID-19


PTI
October 15, 2020
India's fuel demand recovered sharply in June from April before slowing due to the reimposition of restrictions in certain cities because of coronavirus and flooding in some regions


Prasanna Mohanty
October 15, 2020
Several critical high-frequency indicators show that in August and September the improvements noticed in June and July reversed; high-frequency data, in any case, tells the story of organised sector but not unorganised sector contributing 45% to GDP


BusinessToday.In
October 14, 2020
In its latest World Economic Outlook report, IMF estimated India's economy to contract 10.3 per cent in 2020, pushing it below Bangladesh in terms of per capita GDP


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