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New Delhi, January 13, 2018
The objective of this integrated platform is to shape the industry agenda and engage politicians, business leaders, academicians and opinion makers to collaborate on finding solutions to challenges faced by the industry.


by Ajit Ranade
Delhi, February 4, 2017
Still, the 'narrow' corridor managed to include measures to boost consumption, to provide growth stimulus, and to ensure fiscal discipline.


By Ajit Ranade
Delhi, May 2, 2016
Niti Aayog's $10-trillion GDP target is both feasible and challenging. In the past 16 years, the size of India's economy has roughly quadrupled in dollar terms. So, if we can maintain the same average rate of growth, it should be possible to quadruple again in 16 years.


By Dipak Mondal
Delhi, March 26, 2016
The government, it seems, is on the job. According to the tax department, most new taxpayers have been added by tracking prospects through Permanent Account Number (PAN) and other presumptive measures.


Rajeev Dubey
April 8, 2015
Corporate India's borrowings have more than doubled in the past four years. Its debt woes in the midst of a slowing domestic economy have far-reaching consequences.


Prosenjit Datta and Shweta Punj
February 13, 2015
Panellists at Business Today's pre-Budget discussion want the government to take steps to accelerate economic growth, boost investment and create jobs.


www.businesstoday.in
July 17, 2014
The historic victory of the Narendra Modi-led NDA in May had fuelled the hopes of the common man, corporate leaders, investors and policy wonks alike. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley's Budget 2014 covered a lot of ground but there was no major announcement.


Ajit Ranade
May 15, 2008
The global economic slowdown is certain to cast a shadow over the Indian economy. But consumer and industrial spending in India will be strong enough to ensure a reasonably healthy economic growth.


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