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Union Budget 2021 To Put COVID -19 Hit Economy On Track

The projected GDP growth does indicate that the worst is over, but it still does not indicate whether the economy has recovered the lost ground and surpassed it, seems that the economy will be able to just recover the lost ground in FY22 and surpass the FY20 GDP level in a meaningful way only in FY23.

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Budget For The “Decade Of India”

Develop a revolving 10-year Vision statement for each of financial services regulators in terms of their approach and ability to develop their sector and add to the GDP growth.

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Recovery May Be Staggered

Households in aggregate, are not spending enough to give the necessary push to aggregate demand, a clear sign that recovery would be more staggered than what has been predicted

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Best Performer In A Supporting Role

E-commerce in 2020 not just ensured the online supply of essential goods during the pandemic. It also helped in sustaining the country's ailing economy at different points

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Ind-Ra revises FY21 GDP growth expectation to minus 7.8 pc

Ind-Ra revises FY21 GDP growth expectation to minus 7.8 pc

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GDP Growth To Enter Positive Territory In Q4: Niti VC

'The second quarter GDP figure (contraction of 7.5 per cent) reflects that the economy is coming out of this pandemic-induced degrowth phase and my expectation is that in the third quarter, we will achieve the same level of economic activity as the year ago period.

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Q2 GDP: Experts Hope for Faster Rebound

Is the contraction in the rate of GDP signaling a faster revival for the economy? Experts believe so but caution that a lot will depend on green shoots in construction, mining, and the Covid-19 situation going forward

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Global Confidence at a 3 1/2-Year High, Despite Fears of Ongoing Business Closures Worldwide: Report

The GECS is one of the most comprehensive surveys of its kind, both for its number of respondents and for the range of economic variables it monitors.

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GDP To Contract 8.6% In Q2; India Has Entered Recession For First Time: RBI official

The RBI has estimated that the economy will contract by 9.5 per cent for the full fiscal year.

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One Kashmir – One India

The critiques however have continued to question the repealing, citing instead, that since the Constituent Assembly dissolved itself without recommending the abrogation of Article 370, was it not deemed permanent within the Constitution?

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SBI Sees Govt Overshooting Fiscal Deficit Numbers, Pegs Combined Deficit At 13 %

Net revenue slippage of the Centre, after taking into account increase in excise duty, that grew at over 32 per cent till August, gains along with the shortfall in tax and non-tax revenue and disinvestment receipts, is likely to come around Rs 7 lakh crore in current fiscal

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China's Leaders To Endorse Lower 2021-2025 Growth Target At Key Meeting

China abandoned its annual GDP growth target, for 2020, for the first time in 18 years due to a heavy blow from the coronavirus crisis, although some economists suspected the government has maintained an implicit goal of around 3%.

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Govt Working To Increase Digital Economy's Contribution To 20% Of GDP In 5 yrs

MYGov, National e-Governance Division and Digital India Corporation CEO Abhishek Singh said AI and emerging technologies have the potential to not just propel the economy but also create more jobs.

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Require Long-term Regulatory Roadmap To Increase Automobile Sector Contribution To GDP: NRI India

While the government plans to bring Indian automotive industry at par with developed nations in safety and emission regulations

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GDP Contraction: Experts Hope For Immediate Measures from Govt, RBI

Despite a record plunge in the GDP numbers for the first quarter of 2020-21, the worst performance in post-independent India, the experts remain hopeful of a gradual recovery if the government and the central bank take immediate measures

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