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Oct 03, 2017
Narrative-peddlers should take a break; Indian economy is not in as bad a shape as is being claimedHowever, slow nursing of the economy back to health is possible only if it has not been irrevocably grounded, as former finance minister Yashwant Sinha has alleged.
Aug 31, 2017
Arun Jaitley to defaulter companies: Pay dues or allow others to take control of businessJaitley said the government was open to providing more capital to banks but cleaning up stressed loans was bigger priority.
Aug 28, 2017
SBI favours equal treatment of lenders, home buyers in projectsSBI's Managing Director (National Banking Group) Rajnish Kumar said that home buyers and lenders should bear losses at pari-passu if there are any losses in projects
Jul 26, 2017
In times of deepening jobs crisis, a bankruptcy law for individuals is an urgent needThe need for individual bankruptcy law is all the more urgent today given the precarious jobs situation in many sectors
Jul 18, 2017
Gujarat HC order on Essar Steel is good news but hope of defusing bad loan bomb by 2019 is wishfulThere isn’t the required infrastructure in place as of now to initiate a large number of bad loan cases, involving huge amounts, where no significant repayment has been made for years
Feb 09, 2017
Bill to tackle bankruptcy in financial sector soon to be introduced in Parliament: Shaktikanta DasOutlining the focus of the budget 2017-18 at an event organised here by industry body Assocham, Das said, one of its objectives was strong fiscal focus
Feb 09, 2017
RBI deputy Viral Acharya says 'bad bank' could help if designed rightIn its economic survey released on 31 January, the finance ministry suggested setting up a bad bank that it said could be used to buy bad loans from the banks and deal with them through methods including conversion of debt to equity.
Jan 30, 2017
From growth trend to black money menace: 10 parameters to assess Arun Jaitley's 2017 budgetThe government no more enjoys the luxury of being able to initiate harsh reform measures as it is hardly a couple of years away from the 2019 polls.
Sep 20, 2016
Moody's expects India's growth to top 7.7% this fiscalMoody's saw India's credit rating materialising in the medium term based on reforms
May 26, 2016
Two years of Modi: Reforms on track but toughest economic tasks still pendingIn the next three years, the government should enhance the reform task to food, fertilizer and other government benefits to the poor