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BusinessToday.In
May 23, 2019
Post elections outcome, focus will now shift to growth, Morgan Stanley said. It expects RBI to be more accommodative and said earnings could be heading into a new cycle.


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, February 6, 2019
Kalyan Krishnamurthy, the head honcho of Walmart-backed Flipkart, sends an internal email to employees reiterating Walmart's confidence in the Indian market.


Reuters
January 25, 2019
India's e-commerce investment rules, which kick in from February 1, ban companies from selling products via firms in which they have an equity interest as well as from making deals with sellers to sell exclusively on their platforms.


Reuters
January 17, 2019
Announced in December, just months before a general election due by May this year, the rules were seen as an attempt by Modi government to appease millions of small traders and shopkeepers.


PTI
New Delhi, June 29, 2016
While Morgan Stanley's Chief Global Strategist Ruchir Sharma does not expect any major economic reform, he said there may be some further liberalisation in FDI norms or changes in taxation front and \"if we get lucky then we will get Goods and Services Tax (GST)\".


By Goutam Das
Delhi, April 6, 2016
The investment momentum in Indian start-ups rocketed over the past five years. PE activity in 2015 touched an all-time high - investments totalled 1,049, over 600 of them in start-ups. The stars of Indian e-commerce became super stars.


Shweta Punj, Anilesh S. Mahajan Venkatesha Babu and Nevin John
February 12, 2015
A million Indians join the workforce every month. What can Arun Jaitley's Budget and Narendra Modi's Make in India do for them?


Indulal PM
Mumbai, August 28, 2014
Foreign investors, who have been key drivers of the market rally this year, bought Indian shares worth $48 million on Wednesday, marking a ninth consecutive session of purchases and bringing their total net inflows for the year to $12.95 billion.


PTI
New Delhi, March 27, 2014
Suggesting a five-pronged policy to bring back the economy to 7-8 per cent GDP growth, Morgan Stanley said pruning fiscal deficit, policy changes, improvement in business environment, rethink on urbanisation policy and removing rigidities in energy and mining sector are highly required.


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