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Oct 12, 2017
Is economic slowdown bottoming out? Vehicle sales, traffic at sea ports and airports riseSome analysts believe at least four to six months of sustained sales/traffic growth in vehicles, port and airport traffic is needed for a firm trend to emerge
Oct 11, 2017
Factory growth, inflation likely to trend higher: Morgan Stanley ReportAccording to Morgan Stanley report, August industrial production (IIP) may improve as GST-related impact would wane
Oct 10, 2017
British tech firm Micro Focus to restrict reviews of core operating instructions by high-risk governmentsMicro Focus did not respond to questions seeking to clarify whether the countries included Russia.
Oct 10, 2017
Narendra Modi-oil CEOs meet: PM promises more reforms, global majors want natural gas under GSTIndia, the world's third-biggest oil consumer, is using its market size to strike better deals with oil exporters and attract investment
Oct 07, 2017
GST Council eases rules: A pain reliever indeed, but GST not a good and simple tax just yetThe continued tinkering with rates is a disappointment. It goes against the spirit of GST and will only encourage unhealthy lobbying
Oct 07, 2017
GST Council meet eases rules: Steps in right direction, will help growth revival; experts decodePrime Minister Narendra Modi claimed that the steps were in line with the government's constant endeavour to safeguard citizens' interests and ensure India's economy grows.
Oct 06, 2017
GST Council meets today: From support for MSMEs to tax rate cuts; how govt plans to ease the painThere are four key decisions GST Council is likely to take today
Oct 05, 2017
Narendra Modi's speech on economy: These 3 missing data points reveal the real situation on groundBank credit is at multi-decade low and private investment at 13-year low. Do we need to say more?
Oct 04, 2017
Narendra Modi govt's crackdown on Muslim-run leather units hits jobs, dents exports by over 13%The drop in exports of shoes and leather garments comes as a setback for Prime Minister Narendra Modi, who has sought to create millions of jobs by more than doubling the leather industry’s revenues to $27 billion by 2020.
Oct 01, 2017
Iran bans fuel import, export to Iraqi Kurdistan in response to independence referendumIran has embargoed exports and imports of fuel products to Iraqi Kurdistan in response to its controversial independence referendum