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Niti Kiran
January 13, 2021
The funding of the deficit is primarily going to be via market borrowing, National Small Savings Funds (NSSF), short term borrowings and drawdown of cash balances


PTI
January 13, 2021
The amount under litigation includes Rs 4.05 lakh crore in corporation tax, Rs 3.97 lakh crore stuck in income tax cases and another Rs 1.54 lakh crore on account of commodities and services tax, the note said


PTI
January 9, 2021
According to a note issued by Niti Aayog after the meeting, all the attendants agreed that high frequency indicators are showing signs of a strong economic recovery, and that too earlier than expected


Prasanna Mohanty
November 19, 2020
While India is firmly focused on AatmaNirbhar Bharat for a V-shaped recovery, its key fiscal numbers show the economy is slipping with falling capital expenditure, muted consumption and higher precautionary savings


Prasanna Mohanty
November 14, 2020
This is a nebulous idea designed to mean anything and everything under the sun without the burden of economic logic, facts and evidence


Chitranjan Kumar
November 13, 2020
Stimulus 3.0 package: The funding of these measures remains a key puzzle, as revenues are already behind target, while the government does not intend any further market borrowing, says Nomura


Anand Adhikari
New Delhi, November 10, 2020
The Modern Monetary Theory Or MMT is the most talked about prescription for saving the world economy in a post pandemic world. The proponents of MMT theory suggest that the government should resort to printing more money to create full employment and not worry about fiscal deficit and higher debt levels. India's economic conditions or fiscal parameters, with fiscal deficit, trade deficit and current account deficit, are just not right to venture into something like MMT, to create full employment or  support growth. The higher debt under MMT will come back to haunt everyone in the form of higher inflation or taxes. Watch as Anand Adhikari, Executive Editor, Business Today, explains. Watch: Guarding against persistently low interest ratesWatch More: Time to regulate new -age NBFCs like Fintech and P2P players


Dipak Mondal
October 13, 2020
FM Nirmala Sithraman while insisted that there is no dispute between the some of the states and the Centre on the issue, she admitted the Council is yet to reach unanimity on the issue of plugging the compensation gap


PTI
September 30, 2020
Speaking at a virtual event, Banerjee said the country's economic growth was slowing down even before the COVID-19 pandemic hit as real GDP growth had moderated from 7 per cent in 2017-18 to 6.1 per cent in 2018-19 and 4.2 per cent in 2019-20


Dipak Mondal
September 26, 2020
Compensation receipt in Consolidated Funds of India was subject to reconciliation in coming months, as usual, in forthcoming financial year. If, for that reason, amount remained in Consolidated Fund, that can't be treated as \"diversion\", clarify ministry officials


Team BT
New Delhi, September 17, 2020
BT's panel of experts on how to fire up the four engines of the economy - and where to find the money


PTI
September 8, 2020
The EPF interest rate can be credited into the accounts of over six crore subscribers of the EPFO for a particular financial year only after the finance ministry's nod


BusinessToday.In
August 2, 2020
Acharya's comments came amid rising clamour for further rate cuts to help boost the economic recovery, even as headline inflation breached the 6 per cent level in June


PTI
July 23, 2020
\"The RBI has been expanding its balance sheet and it has been buying government debt. But effectively, in that process, what it is doing is borrowing from the banks at the reverse repo rate and lending on to the government,\" Rajan said


Prasanna Mohanty
June 25, 2020
This concluding part narrates the circumstances in which market triumphed over state and spread from developed economies to developing economies, helping the top 1% to accumulate more wealth at the cost of the rest 99%


Prasanna Mohanty
June 23, 2020
This is the second part of the series which focuses on some of the neoliberal ideas which have clearly failed and yet vigorously pursued and who are the proponents of these ideas


Prasanna Mohanty
May 27, 2020
The package is completely aligned to self-professed agenda of the IMF of limiting fiscal spending, relying on liquidity and credit to households, privatising government-run companies and more deregulations for private enterprises. This agenda has brought immense grief to a large number of countries to be comforting


PTI
May 18, 2020
\"In all, from the total Rs 20.9 lakh package, the immediate fiscal slippage for the Centre will be a modest 0.8 per cent of the GDP,\" DBS economist Radhika Rao said


BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, April 23, 2020
Partial opening of the economy would boost agriculture, (mostly rural) manufacturing, select construction and goods trade due to factors like postponed consumption; inventory restocking demand, and general growth buoyancy India tends to display, says HSBC


Himanshu Patel
February 6, 2020
Budget 2020 taxes: Overall, it appears to be a balanced budget without rubbing the investors/taxpayers in the wrong way.The government has continued with its agenda of simplifying the tax structure for corporates and making it more transparent


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