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Finance ministry to tourism to minority affairs: Arvind Mayaram shifted once again

Oct 31, 2014

Finance ministry to tourism to minority affairs: Arvind Mayaram shifted once again

Arvind Mayaram, who was shunted from finance ministry to tourism, has now been transferred to minority affairs ministry even before he took charge. #finance ministry #Narendra Modi #Arvind Mayaram #Tourism ministry #Minority Affairs Ministry
Something for the FinMin to smile about: Falling crude prices help control fiscal deficit

Sep 22, 2014

Something for the FinMin to smile about: Falling crude prices help control fiscal deficit

Lower crude prices mean less government outlay for India, which imports 80 percent of its oil needs - at a cost of $168 billion last year - and subsidizes oil products such as diesel and fertilizer. #Economy #Inflation #India #RBI #Reserve Bank of India #Narendra Modi #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #Raghuram Rajan #Diesel #Subsidies #Growth #Fuel #Arvind Mayaram
Diesel prices will soon become market linked, says Mayaram

Aug 21, 2014

Diesel prices will soon become market linked, says Mayaram

The Finance Ministry today expressed hope that domestic diesel prices will soon become market linked in the backdrop of softening global crude oil rates. #finance ministry #Diesel #Arvind Mayaram
No cheer yet: Fin Min says restrictions on gold imports likely to continue

Aug 21, 2014

No cheer yet: Fin Min says restrictions on gold imports likely to continue

The Finance Ministry today indicated that restrictions on gold import scheme are likely to continue till situation becomes "more comfortable". #Gold #Export #Arun Jaitley #import #Arvind Mayaram #Gold Import
Betting on more investments: Arvind Mayaram says target of 4.1% fiscal deficit feasible

Jul 14, 2014

Betting on more investments: Arvind Mayaram says target of 4.1% fiscal deficit feasible

India's top finance ministry official said that plans announced in this week's budget to stick to a fiscal deficit target of 4.1 per cent of GDP are "very credible", despite criticism from ratings agencies that the number is optimistic. #GDP #fiscal deficit #Arvind Mayaram #Budget 2014