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  • India Slips To 91st Place On Readiness For Digitised Economy List

    India Slips To 91st Place On Readiness For Digitised Economy List

    India has slipped two places to the 91st position on a global list of countries in terms of their readiness for transition to a digitised economy and society, while Singapore remains on top.

  • Jaitley Urges Indian Private Sector to Shed Caution and Invest

    Jaitley Urges Indian Private Sector to Shed Caution and Invest

    Urging private sector to give up caution and make investments, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said it has become absolutely imperative to add to the credibility of the Indian economy, with the world looking up to the country as a bright spot amid global headwinds.

  • Chanda Kochhar Allays Fear of Competition from Niche Banking System

    Chanda Kochhar Allays Fear of Competition from Niche Banking System

    Ruling out any competition to full-service banks from payments and small finance banks, top banker Chanda Kochhar has said they can actually complement the existing banking system and that ICICI Bank will explore opportunities for mutually beneficial partnerships.

  • Switzerland 'Extremely Keen' on Cooperation in Black Money Fight: Jaitley

    Switzerland 'Extremely Keen' on Cooperation in Black Money Fight: Jaitley

    Switzerland is "extremely keen" on greater cooperation in India's fight against suspected black money stashed in Swiss banks and is putting in place a new law on automatic information exchange that will take about a year to come into force, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley has said.

  • Business Leaders Cautiously Optimistic on India's Prospects

    Business Leaders Cautiously Optimistic on India's Prospects

    As the five-day talkfest of the world's elite draws to a close here, business and government leaders from India are cautiously optimistic about India consolidating its position as the 'bright spot' of global economy continuing its reform process and making it easier to do business in the country.

  • World Bank Chief Joins WEF's Board of Trustees

    World Bank Chief Joins WEF's Board of Trustees

    World Bank President Jim Yong Kim and Salesforce CEO Marc Benioff have been elected to the World Economic Forum's Board of Trustees, whose members include Reliance Industries chairman Mukesh Ambani and PepsiCo chief Indra Nooyi.

  • Hinduja Asks Businesses to Diversify to Tackle Global Shock

    Hinduja Asks Businesses to Diversify to Tackle Global Shock

    As headwinds from China and the US turn the mood gloomy here at the elite World Economic Forum (WEF) annual meeting, top NRI industrialist G P Hinduja on Saturday asked corporate leaders to diversify their businesses across sectors and countries to sail through such turbulences.

  • Banks Taking Strong Stance on Corporate Defaulters: Chanda Kochhar

    Banks Taking Strong Stance on Corporate Defaulters: Chanda Kochhar

    With high non-performing assets (NPAs) weighing down on the books of several banks, ICICI Bank has adopted a strategy of proactive action on its corporate portfolio and is focusing on higher-rated clients, its chief Chanda Kochhar said here.

  • Ease of Doing Business Still Work in Progress: Arun Jaitley

    Ease of Doing Business Still Work in Progress: Arun Jaitley

    Confident of pushing GDP growth higher and continuing the reforms agenda, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said one main reform still work in progress was 'ease of doing business' in India and steps were underway on that front.

  • Davos Optimists See a New Era of Trade Reform at Hand

    Davos Optimists See a New Era of Trade Reform at Hand

    A rare note of optimism at Davos this year comes from the trade ministers, who are gathering on Saturday for the first time since the World Trade Organization (WTO) closed the lid on 14 years of increasingly toxic stalemate.

  • 'Make in India' Lion Roars at Davos to Seek Foreign Investment

    'Make in India' Lion Roars at Davos to Seek Foreign Investment

    Colourful lions adorn a salon on the main street of Davos, inviting visiting business leaders to "Make in India".

  • Expenditure on Refugees Can be Large Stimulus to Growth: Draghi

    Expenditure on Refugees Can be Large Stimulus to Growth: Draghi

    Refugee crisis in Europe presents both challenges and opportunities, ECB President Mario Draghi on Friday said, while emphasising that expenditure in this regard could be a great stimulus for growth.

  • India Taking Steps to Address Infra Woes, Says Jaitley

    India Taking Steps to Address Infra Woes, Says Jaitley

    Emphasising that India is taking steps to address problems in the infrastructure sector, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said multiple institutions are required to meet the funding requirements in this space.

  • World is Not Witnessing a Global Gridlock: Kerry

    World is Not Witnessing a Global Gridlock: Kerry

    Asserting that the world is not witnessing a global gridlock, US Secretary of State John Kerry on Friday said the fight against violent extremism is the "challenge of our generation".

  • Reduce Investment Uncertainty to Boost Global Trade: Report

    Reduce Investment Uncertainty to Boost Global Trade: Report

    Reducing commercial friction and investment uncertainty are among the measures that can boost global trade as well as help reintegrate the world's "spaghetti bowl" of regional free trade and investment agreements, says a report.

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