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'One Device is the Distinction Between Social Lockdown and Economic Lockdown’

The government has announced wideranging reforms and an economic stimulus package even as a curfew prevails across the country. Chairman of Harvard University’s Foundation for Economic Growth and Welfare (EGROW) and former Chief Economic Advisor to the Indian government, Arvind Virmani, spells out the nuances of the economic package in a conversation with BW Businessworld Chairman and Editor-in-Chief, Annurag Batra. Excerpts:

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WTO's Goods Trade Index Hits Record Low Amid COVID Disruptions

The WTO estimated last month that world merchandise trade could decline between 13% and 32% this year, depending on the duration of the pandemic and the effectiveness of policy responses.

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Modi Govt Slew of Measures For Economic Relief Since Covid-19 Lockdown

Even before the 15 measures announced on May 13, the Modi Government had put in place a slew of economic measures as India went into the First Phase of Lockdown starting March 25, 2020.

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Chandrababu Hails Modi's Rs 20 Lakh Cr Stimulus Package

Stating that TDP has always put people's wellbeing on top priority for last 4 decades, Naidu said that the national level committee under the leadership of TDP during Vajpayee's rule made such ground-breaking recommendations that brought about landmark developments in the telecommunications sector.

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Moody's Slashes India's FY21 GDP Growth to 0%, Says Risk of Slower Economic Growth Rising

Moody's projected India's economic growth for 2020-21 fiscal at 0 per cent, lower than 4.8 per cent estimated in 2019-20.

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The Fragility Of The Economy Is Both A Cause And Effect

The economy depends as much on politics as on economic policies. Apathy and fractiousness in policy-making hurt confidence in the economy.

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India's GDP Likely To Grow Between Minus 0.9% To 1.5% In FY21: CII

Given the extent of damage to the economy from disruption to business, the GDP growth in FY21 is likely to be the lowest in many decades

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Why Globalisation Matters

Globalisation means economic integration across national frontiers. It is a process by which the economic agents in any given part of the world are affected by events elsewhere in the world.

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Combating The Economic Contagion Of COVID-19

The immediate challenge posed by the outbreak of the Novel Coronavirus was to save human lives as the virus was extremely dangerous with no known cures available.

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Economic Growth May Fall To 1.1% This Fiscal: SBI Report

The economic growth rate during 2019-20 is estimated to come down to 4.1 per cent from 5 per cent projected by several agencies before the outbreak of deadly virus, which affected more than 20 lakh persons around the world and took lives of over 1.3 lakh people.

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SoftBank Shares Close Down 17% In Biggest One-Day Fall

SoftBank racked up the second biggest fall in the benchmark index, breaking the 3,000-yen level to close at 2,687 yen.

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Coronavirus To Hurt Economic Growth In Many Countries Well Into Q2: Moody's

Moody's revised the baseline growth forecasts for G20 economies to 2.1 per cent, 0.3 percentage point lower than the previous baseline.

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Q3 GDP Growth At 4.7% Compared To 4.5% Q-O-Q

The GDP at constant (2011-12) prices in Q3 of 2019-20 is estimated at Rs 36.65 lakh crore as against Rs 35 lakh crore in Q3 of 2018-19, showing a growth of 4.7 per cent.

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Heidelbergcement India Reports Muted Q3 Income At Rs 5,485 Crore

Sales volume dropped by 5.4 per cent to 1,223 kilotonnes from 1,294 kilotonnes in the same period, said the subsidiary of Germany's HeidelbergCement.

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India's Economic Growth Set To Bounce Back As Slump Bottoms Out: Government Adviser

Nomura said Asia's third-largest economy will see a sub-par recovery, and forecast 4.7% GDP growth for the current fiscal year and 5.7% for the next fiscal year.

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