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  • RBI Can't Be Expected To Fix Macro Issues: Nobel Laureate Lars Peter Hansen

    RBI Can't Be Expected To Fix Macro Issues: Nobel Laureate Lars Peter Hansen

    Prodding India to continue on the reform path, Nobel laureate and noted economist Lars Peter Hansen on Monday said the prime focus of the Reserve Bank of India should be on inflation management and it should not be expected to fix the nation's macroeconomic challenges.

  • Confident GST Will Pass In Coming Monsoon Session: Nitin Gadkari

    Confident GST Will Pass In Coming Monsoon Session: Nitin Gadkari

    Union Minister Nitin Gadkari has expressed confidence that the crucial GST bill will be passed in the coming Monsoon Session of Parliament as he touted the various reform measures implemented by the government to boost economic growth and attract billions of dollars of foreign investment and technical expertise across sectors.

  • Economy Healthier Compared To Last Year Of UPA II: Arvind Panagariya

    Economy Healthier Compared To Last Year Of UPA II: Arvind Panagariya

    NITI Aayog Vice Chairman Arvind Panagariya said the government has put the economy on the path of reform to achieve a high growth trajectory though there are significant lags between policy decisions and outcomes which need to be addressed.

  • Australia Votes In Dead-Heat Polls As PM Turnbull Seeks Reform Mandate

    Australia Votes In Dead-Heat Polls As PM Turnbull Seeks Reform Mandate

    Australians have begun casting their ballots in a tightly contested general election, with Prime Minister Malcolm Turnbull warning of economic chaos if his gamble on an early poll backfires and leaves him without the outright majority he needs to enact major reforms.

  • Saudi Arabia's Reform Plan To Be Paid For By Spending Cuts

    Saudi Arabia's Reform Plan To Be Paid For By Spending Cuts

    Saudi Arabia will pay for parts of its $72 billion five-year economic reform plan by making efficiency savings and cutting spending on existing projects, Finance Minister Ibrahim Alassaf said on Tuesday.

  • Saudi Reform Plan Approved By Top Economic Council

    Saudi Reform Plan Approved By Top Economic Council

    Saudi Arabia's National Transformation Plan, a pivotal element of the "Vision 2030" reforms announced in April by Deputy Crown Prince Mohammed bin Salman, will be put before the cabinet for approval today, a senior Saudi source told Reuters.

  • Reforms, Policy Decisions On Track In India, But No 'Smooth-Sailing': DBS

    Reforms, Policy Decisions On Track In India, But No 'Smooth-Sailing': DBS

    With the Narendra Modi government completing its two years in office, global financial services major DBS said the reform agenda and policy decisions "have been on track, but it's not entirely smooth sailing" despite the strong mandate.

  • Modi Reforms Face Headwinds Despite Soaring Indian Economy

    Modi Reforms Face Headwinds Despite Soaring Indian Economy

    Approaching his second anniversary as premier, Modi's reform ambitions are far from realized.

  • Modi Government Does Not Believe In Empty Populist Measures: Amit Shah

    Modi Government Does Not Believe In Empty Populist Measures: Amit Shah

    Asserting that the Modi government has ended the confusion over whether to accord priority to economic reform or public welfare, promote industry or agriculture by striking a right balance, BJP chief Amit Shah today asked the party's social media volunteers to spread awareness about the good work done by it.

  • India's Net FDI Flows To Hit $38 Billion In 2016-17: Report

    India's Net FDI Flows To Hit $38 Billion In 2016-17: Report

    India's net FDI flows are expected to rise further this fiscal year to $38 billion on emergence of some "positive signs" such as regulatory easing in select sectors and reform measures initiated by the government, says a report.

  • India's Reform Agenda Broad-Based, Granular, Incremental: DBS

    India's Reform Agenda Broad-Based, Granular, Incremental: DBS

    As the Indian government nears its two-year mark in office, global financial services major DBS on Thursday said the reform agenda has been "broad-based, granular and incremental".

  • IMF Backs Saudi Arabia's Economic Plan, Fiscal Policy

    IMF Backs Saudi Arabia's Economic Plan, Fiscal Policy

    The International Monetary Fund backed Saudi Arabia's sweeping economic reform plan on Thursday and said the kingdom was cutting spending at the right speed to cope with a huge state budget deficit caused by low oil prices.

  • India Needs To Modernise, Reform To Attract FDI: Top US Official

    India Needs To Modernise, Reform To Attract FDI: Top US Official

    India needs to modernise and reform its economic governance to expand trade and attract the kind of foreign direct investment it needs to build infrastructure, a top US official has said.

  • Revenue May Be Weak Spot In Saudi Economic Reform Plan

    Revenue May Be Weak Spot In Saudi Economic Reform Plan

    The cost of insuring Saudi Arabia's debt against default has risen since the kingdom announced a plan to wean itself off volatile oil exports, showing that some investors fear it won't be able to raise enough revenue to make the reforms work.

  • Saudi Aramco Sets Financing Plans For Industrial Push

    Saudi Aramco Sets Financing Plans For Industrial Push

    Saudi Aramco, the world's biggest energy company, outlined financing plans on Wednesday that will support its expansion into new areas under a sweeping economic reform plan released by Riyadh this week.

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