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Aditi Khanna
London, September 8, 2014
They would either have to shut down their retail banking operations in Britain or convert from branch status to full UK subsidiary - an expensive and cumbersome process.


BusinessToday.In
September 4, 2014
Featuring PM Narendra Modi's speech, Manjul Bhargava on winning fields medal and more.


Jonathan Spicer, Michael Flaherty and Howard Schneider
August 25, 2014
Signs of economic resilience and growing anxiety about the risks of holding rates too low for too long have set the stage for an intense debate over rewriting their policy statement.


Vatsal Srivastava
August 19, 2014
RBI Governor Raghuram Rajan, who correctly predicted the financial crisis, must not expect the developed central banks to keep India's interests in mind. He must take necessary steps which would insulate India from a global risk off environment if the US QE exit strategy falters.


Goutam Das
January 29, 2014
According to Ernst & Young (E&Y), COD accounts for 50 to 80 per cent of online transactions in India. For the larger e-retailers, this payment mechanism is available in 600 cities and towns, and has helped them acquire first-time customers rapidly.


PTI
New Delhi, August 26, 2013
Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia said the government has not drawn any red line on the rupee, which he felt has over depreciated.


Paola Subacchi
July 9, 2013
The coordination of monetary and fiscal policy has spurred a rethinking of central banks' role - and could portend a new era of active and varied monetary policy.


Agencies
Singapore, July 5, 2013
The European Central Bank had broken precedent by declaring that it would keep interest rates at record lows for an extended period and may yet cut further.


N Madhavan
July 4, 2013
The global financial crisis has opened up debates on the freedom, accountability and responsibility of central banks and the role they play beyond monetary policy.


Mario I. Blejer
May 6, 2013
In the post-crisis world, central banks' goals are no longer limited to price stability. This shift has inevitably reduced central-bank independence, because the pursuit of GDP growth, job creation, and financial stability are clearly political decisions, which should not be made by unelected officials.


Alan Wheatley/Reuters
April 22, 2013
The sharp fall in global commodity prices will not only dampen inflation but also reduce the twin deficits. Crude and gold imports contribute nearly 45 per cent of India's total import bill.


Rajiv Bhuva
July 6, 2012
Even as global central banks go for rate cuts to boost economy, Reserve bank might wait for some promising steps from the government that could propel the central bank to take a rate-cut decision in its ensuing policy review on July 31.


BT Online Bureau
London, June 15, 2011
There was little market reaction as investors stuck to their bets that a weak economic outlook would keep UK interest rates at a record low 0.5 per cent until the end of the year.


www.businesstoday.in
February 3, 2011
As you get bigger, you have to learn to delegate. It's also an excellent way to get staff involved in the company's operations, says Azim Premji.


Shalini S. Dagar
March 3, 2010
London has seen more economic downturns than any other city — after all, it's the capital of the world's first industrialised nation. How is the city coping with the impact of the worst recession in its history? Shalini S. Dagar went there to find out.


Puja Mehra
December 11, 2008
Devastating Al Qaida attacks rattled the economies of the US, UK and Spain but swift government policies prevented their economies from tanking. Can India learn from them? Puja Mehra finds out.


www.businesstoday.in
May 27, 2008
“One cannot say each week that the government must take some measures to bring down prices or have some solutions because you must recognise that even in a normal year, prices do rise seasonally between May and September”Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister, to Agencies


www.businesstoday.in
December 12, 2007
Stereotypes are easy to form but notoriously hard to break. So, when one thinks of the typical Chennai man, the image that most comes to mind is of one dressed in veshti, vibhuti smeared across his forehead, extremely conservative in his outlook and, of course, partial to rice—with sambar, ideally.


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