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  • China sees less policy room to fight growth slowdown

    China sees less policy room to fight growth slowdown

    China has less and less room to rely on policy tools to support the economy, the country's top economic planning agency said on Wednesday, as the government tries to arrest a slowdown this year.

  • China plans investment, reform to ease urbanisation drive

    China plans investment, reform to ease urbanisation drive

    China is planning a major expansion of its transport networks and urban infrastructure as it seeks to increase migration from rural to urban areas, lifting incomes and demand to drive continued economic growth.

  • Poll outcome unlikely to hit reforms agenda: Planning Commission chief

    Poll outcome unlikely to hit reforms agenda: Planning Commission chief

    India is committed to structural reforms to boost growth and any change in the government after the next elections is unlikely to have a major impact on its economic reform policy framework, Planning Commission Deputy Chairman Montek Singh Ahluwalia ...

  • India can log 8 per cent growth if past mistakes are avoided: Chidambaram

    India can log 8 per cent growth if past mistakes are avoided: Chidambaram

    Asserting that reform measures and fast-tracking of the decision making process have yielded results, Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Thursday said India would certainly return to 8 per cent growth rate if past mistakes are not repeated.

  • Global investors excited about Narendra Modi: Martin Wolf

    Global investors excited about Narendra Modi: Martin Wolf

    The chief economics commentator at the Financial Times says there are hopes that the BJP's prime ministerial candidate will follow a reform agenda, and manage resources efficiently.

  • GST reform likely to be implemented after elections: UBS

    GST reform likely to be implemented after elections: UBS

    The long-pending Goods and Services Tax (GST), touted as India's most far-reaching reform of indirect taxes, is likely to be implemented after the general elections this year, according to global financial services firm UBS.

  • China leaders to set policy, reform priorities for 2014

    China leaders to set policy, reform priorities for 2014

    China's leaders are expected to gather at a closed-door meeting next week to set policy and reform priorities for 2014,

  • Wall Street hits new highs, helped by China reform plans

    Wall Street hits new highs, helped by China reform plans

    Global equity markets climbed on Monday, riding economic reform plans in China, while the dollar slipped and benchmark US stock indices rose to record highs, buoyed by the prospect of continued Federal Reserve stimulus.

  • Sensex logs biggest gain in a month, up 451 points

    Sensex logs biggest gain in a month, up 451 points

    The Sensex and the Nifty rose more than 2 per cent on Monday, to mark their biggest single-day gain in a month, tracking gains in other Asian markets, cheered by the prospect of extended stimulus in the United States and real economic reform in China...

  • S&P retains negative outlook on India

    S&P retains negative outlook on India

    Despite the recent initiatives taken by the government to kick-start the reform process and speed up the economic growth, ratings agency S&P has retained its negative outlook on India.

  • Tax Reform Commission to submit first report in 6 months: Shome

    Tax Reform Commission to submit first report in 6 months: Shome

    Tax Administration Reform Commission (TARC), set up by the Finance Ministry to suggest measures to prevent economic offences among other things, held the first meeting today and is expected to submit its report in six months.

  • US budget deadlock spooks investors

    US budget deadlock spooks investors

    Investors breathed a sigh of relief knowing that Italy averted a new election and the government can go ahead with its economic reform program.

  • Fractured mandate in elections will impact India's growth story: Prithviraj Chavan

    Fractured mandate in elections will impact India's growth story: Prithviraj Chavan

    Maharashtra Chief Minister Prithviraj Chavan today unveiled a host of measures to tackle the grim economic scenario in the state, while warning against a fractured mandate in the Lok Sabha elections, which, he said, will impact India's growth story.

  • Economic growth may rebound from next fiscal year: industry body

    Economic growth may rebound from next fiscal year: industry body

    Economic growth may rebound from the next fiscal year if government expedites its reform process, according to a survey by the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII).

  • Government's economic reform agenda runs into political hurdle

    Government's economic reform agenda runs into political hurdle

    A parliament deadlocked yet again over corruption scandals threatens Finance Minister P. Chidambaram's ambitious reform agenda, dealing a harsh dose of political reality on the heels of his North American roadshow to sell the India story.

  • Manmohan Singh leaves for Durban to attend BRICS Summit

    Manmohan Singh leaves for Durban to attend BRICS Summit

    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh left here today on a four-day visit to Durban for attending the BRICS Summit expressing the hope that ways to revive global growth and faster movement on reform of institutions of global, political and economic governanc...

  • Government will continue with economic reforms agenda: Chidambaram

    Government will continue with economic reforms agenda: Chidambaram

    Finance Minister P Chidambaram on Wednesday said there will be no let-up in the government's efforts to continue with the economic reforms and he will go ahead with his meetings with foreign investors to persuade them to invest in India.

  • China's new premier pledges reform, sees risks

    China's new premier pledges reform, sees risks

    Chinese Premier Li Keqiang said on Sunday ensuring economic growth was the top priority for his government, pledging to fight graft, tackle vested interests and calling for an end to a cyber-hacking row with the United States.

  • US wants India growth to speed up, terms it key business partner

    US wants India growth to speed up, terms it key business partner

    The US has termed New Delhi as one of its most trusted and valuable partners in the region, but has expressed concern over India's declining growth rate and an apparent slowdown in its reform process.

  • Economy to grow at 6.1 per cent in FY14: India Ratings

    Economy to grow at 6.1 per cent in FY14: India Ratings

    Economic growth may improve to 6.1 per cent in the next financial year, from the decade low of 5 per cent in 2012-13, on the back of reform measures announced after mid-September 2012, India Ratings said today.

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