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BusinessToday.In
July 2, 2019
Union Budget 2019 Live: With today's budget, the Modi government seeks to reverse weakening growth and investment to regain India's fastest growing economy tag


PTI
May 7, 2019



PTI
January 31, 2019
Earlier the Modi government refused to release the Labour Bureau's annual survey of 2016-17, it alleged.


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, December 10, 2018
GDP growth has slid, public finances are messy and there is a jobs crunch. What the government needs to do to boost the economy.


Rajeev Dubey
July 29, 2018
Talking to BusinessToday.In's Editor Rajeev Dubey, Sterlite Copper CEO P Ramnath pointed fingers at a London-based NGO called Foil Vedanta for inciting violent protests against the company earlier this year in March.


Saurabh Sharma
New Delhi, September 1, 2017
As per latest economic data released on Thursday, India's GDP growth came down to three-year low at 5.7 per cent during the April-June period. In the last quarter the growth rate was 6.1 per cent. And if we compare to last financial year, the economy was growing at the rate of 7.9 per cent.


By Goutam Das
Delhi, July 28, 2017
Amazon's rapid rise and marketshare gains are making the competition run helter-skelter. Amazon's rise, in fact, coincided with the fall of Snapdeal, India's third-largest marketplace in an e-tailing industry worth $16 billion.


Rajeev Dubey and Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, June 10, 2017
Last year, global consultancy PwC did something it would have never done a decade ago.


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, May 4, 2017
India's Rs 75 lakh crore banking system is grappling with serious problems.


BT Online
New Delhi, March 9, 2017
The exitpolls out on Thursday evening have predicted a BJP win in UP elections 2017.Congress, however, is seen making a come back in Punjab with Aam Aadmi Partybecoming the second largest party in the state.


By PB Jayakumar
New Delhi, January 24, 2017
While the organised players are largely unaffected, unorganised industry hubs are facing a massive disruption in business due to demonetisation. by P.B. Jayakumar


Reuters
New Delhi, December 21, 2016
The minutes showed that all members of the committee considered that the impact on growth of demonetisation of large denomination bank notes would be transitory.


By Anilesh S Mahajan
Delhi, October 15, 2016
PM Narendra Modi's regime is squeezing the avenues for generation and circulation of black money, but more reforms are needed to speed things up.


E Kumar Sharma
June 29, 2016
Chief economic adviser (CEA) Arvind Subramanian feels that the GDP growth forecast of 7 to 7.5 per cent in the current fiscal could be met despite Brexit concerns as good monsoon is likely to offset some of the bad effects from Brexit.


Aaradhana Ramesh and Shallo Shrivastava
Bengaluru, November 27, 2015
With the RBI unlikely to ease on December 1, the burden or responsibility for spurring growth shifts to the government, which has promised to pass economic reforms and boost foreign investment.


Alokesh Bhattacharyya
October 5, 2015
Winners of Business Today Best SME Awards are setting high standards and taking giant strides forward.


Chitra Narayanan with Jyotindra Dubey
July 29, 2015
Corner-office salaries are moving northwards even as junior and mid-level pay remains stagnant, widening the compensation divide among ranks.


Manu Kaushik
July 20, 2015
The latest Business Today-C fore Business Confidence Survey shows confidence levels have slipped to 57.4 in the April to June quarter, despite some concerted efforts by the Narendra Modi-led government.


Suveen Sinha, Shweta Punj and Anilesh S. Mahajan
Delhi, March 14, 2015
Business Today speaks with Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha about various aspects of the Union Budget 2015-16.


Josey Puliyenthuruthel
Delhi, April 21, 2014
The Indian economy looks more vulnerable in the coming months and quarters than is made out to be. A bad monsoon in a world of slowing global demand, for instance, can lead to all kinds of things like a fisc out of control and a ratings downgrade - a nasty surprise for the next Indian prime minister.


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