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November 26, 2009
In building the institution called CII, Tarun Das transformed the way business dealt with the government. He tells us how.


Puja Mehra
November 26, 2009
The UPA government’s stimulation packages held up the Indian economy. As the buzz grows on exiting such expansionary spending, the casualty could be economic goodies.


Puja Mehra
November 13, 2009
They may not be running businesses or owning them, but this clutch of women in government influences the course that India Inc. takes.


Shalini S. Dagar
October 28, 2009
The dollar has been on a yo-yo movement in the last year: appreciating almost 20% at the height of the financial crisis, and since March, sliding almost 12% against most currencies, writes Shalini S. Dagar.


E. Kumar Sharma
October 23, 2009
ITC is prototyping a new script for its e-Choupal initiative to take engagement with farmers to the next level-co-creating with farmers and harnessing their entrepreneurship.


S. Manikutty
September 17, 2009
They have a hunger for running their own business; have a high tolerance for uncertainty; are unreasonable in their desire for change; and are consumed with a passion to do something for the society.


Gopal Jain
September 2, 2009
India has too many illiterates but too few entrepreneurs entering into the field of education. Why is this so? The answer is simple: the country is hostile territory for educational entrepreneurship.


Rishi Joshi & Virendra Verma
August 19, 2009
Most market experts expect the Sensex to remain in 12,000-16,000 range for a while—unless the government lifts the sentiment with big-ticket reforms.


Chetan Ahya
August 19, 2009
Unlike in the developed world, where expansion of fiscal deficit has been used to bail out banking system, in Asia, government spending has had more bang for the buck.


Rajeev Malik
July 23, 2009
If there is no growth then a smaller fiscal deficit or low inflation or long-term rates are of little use.


Srinivasa Rao
July 8, 2009
The commitment to introduce the new Direct Tax Code signifies the government’s vision to keep tax laws simple and promote tax certainty and improve the quality of tax compliances.


Puja Mehra
July 8, 2009
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee, presenting Union Budget 2009-10, risks it all in his gamble for growth. He does have a few aces up his sleeve, but they may not be enough. Puja Mehra tells us more.Pranab fails to package See special coverage


Pradeep Puri
June 30, 2009
In India, we have a unique and anomalous situation where there is neither lack of resources nor lack of demand and yet we create hugely suboptimal outcomes in roads construction.


Manish Sabharwal
June 30, 2009
India is a hostile habitat for entrepreneurship because reforms have fixed sins of commission and not omission. This creates the wrong kind of companies.


Yashwant Sinha
June 30, 2009
The government could also consider the recommendations of the Fifth and Sixth Pay Commissions aimed at improving the efficiency of public services, writes Yashwant Sinha.Special: Budget 2009-'10 Video: UPA to unveil Budget on July 6 Photos: Can Pranab's Budget boost the economy?


www.businesstoday.in
June 17, 2009
Your cover story (BT, June 14, 2009) has done well to draw the right comparisons between the newly elected UPA government and its previous avatar.


Puja Mehra
June 17, 2009
At the close of the UPA’s last term in April, BT rated its top economic ministers. Our conclusion: the good, the not-so-good and the bad individual performances collectively drew a zero. Still, voters handed it another—stronger—mandate. Here’s where the new ministers stand for earning a 10 for UPA’s second tenure.


Rakesh Jhunjhunwala
June 13, 2009
More of India’s high savings will find their way into the equity markets. Most analysts are vastly underestimating the effect of this mountain of savings entering the stock market.


Shalini S. Dagar
June 9, 2009
Commonwealth Games can transform Delhi by overhauling it's infrastructure. It can provide better roads, power and water supply. But the city is not making the most of the opportunity. Shalini S. Dagar goes into the details.


Rohit Saran
June 14, 2009
Every time the UPA government proposed even half a reform that had a hint of liberalisation, the Left parties would come down on it like a tonne of bricks-and would do so with relish, fanfare and on camera. This almost-blind opposition to reforms must stand out as one reason for their electoral defeat-a lesson the Left would hopefully imbibe, even if it doesn't admit.


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