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High inflation, low growth needs to be reversed for better GDP, says Jaitley

Aug 16, 2014

High inflation, low growth needs to be reversed for better GDP, says Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said the current situation of high inflation and lowgrowth has to be reversed to achieve sustainable GDP expansion along with improvement in price situation. #GDP #Finance minister #NewsTracker #Arun Jaitley #Narendra Modi government #high inflation #Jaitley #Low growth
Modi's I-Day speech Left questions decision to dismantle plan panel

Aug 15, 2014

Modi's I-Day speech Left questions decision to dismantle plan panel

Delivering the prime minister's Independence Day address, Modi said the government has decided to abolish the Planning Commission. #Politics #Inflation #Economy #Sitaram Yechury #Narendra Modi #PoliticalPlay #Planning Commission #Independence Day #CPM #CPI #D Raja #Left
Inflation dips to 5-month low; monsoon still a concern

Aug 14, 2014

Inflation dips to 5-month low; monsoon still a concern

Inflation declined to a 5-month low of 5.19 percent in July on account of decline in vegetable prices, though the impact of poor monsoon on overall price situation continues to be a concern. #Inflation #Economy #India #NewsTracker #IIP #WPI
How Ebola is draining resources of poor, war-hit W. African nations

Aug 08, 2014

How Ebola is draining resources of poor, war-hit W. African nations

Liberia's Finance Minister Amara Konneh said the outbreak had already cost his country's economy $12 million between April and June - two percent of the budget - and the disease was still spreading. Liberia would have to revise down its projected GDP growth of 5.9 percent, he said. #Economy #World Bank #Poverty #ConnectTheDots #Africa #Liberia #Sierra Leone #Developing Economies #War #Ebola #Guinea #Mano River #Inflations
Gujarati version of 'La Tomatina' gets govt's goat, organisers to pay penalty

Aug 06, 2014

Gujarati version of 'La Tomatina' gets govt's goat, organisers to pay penalty

About 3000 youth celebrated friendship day by hurling tomatoes at one another for Rs 300 a head, their local version of Spanish fest La Tomatina. #Inflation #Congress #BJP #Vadodara #tomatoes #La Tomatina NewsTracker
Closely monitoring price situation, taking steps controlling inflation Sitharaman

Aug 01, 2014

Closely monitoring price situation, taking steps controlling inflation Sitharaman

As per the latest WPI data, inflation in 31 essential commodities has moderated to 6.05 percent in June as against 9.27 percent in the same month last year. #Inflation #Economy #Lok Sabha #TheySaidIt #Nirmala Sitharaman #Reserve Bank #Agricultural Produce Marketing Committee Acts
China blocks reports on inflatable toad after netizens compare it to Communist Party chief

Jul 23, 2014

China blocks reports on inflatable toad after netizens compare it to Communist Party chief

The 22-metre-high toad, appeared in a China park last weekend, but met with mockery from social media users who compared its appearance to that of former President Jiang Zemin #World #China #Internet #Censorship #Jiang Zemin #Communist Party #SocialMedia #Internet humour #Inflatable toad
85% of CEOs say Jaitley's budget is pro-growth: Ficci Poll

Jul 15, 2014

85% of CEOs say Jaitley's budget is pro-growth: Ficci Poll

About half of the CEOs who took part in the survey indicated that they propose to increase their investments in near future, #Inflation #Economy #India #GDP #Arun Jaitley #FICCI #CEO #Growth #Pharma #infra #Union Budget #Agricultural Produce Market Committe
Why Modi sarkaar should ready itself for another fight with inflation

Jul 15, 2014

Why Modi sarkaar should ready itself for another fight with inflation

This delay in rainfall has led to a 51% annual decline in the sowing of kharif crops. This means there will be an impact on their production which is likely to lead to inflation. #Inflation #Economy #India #GDP #Finance minister #ConnectTheDots #Wholesale price index #Arun Jaitley #WPI #Growth #CPI #Narendra Modi government #hoarding #food price rise
Not a 'big bang' Budget but overall tone positive: HSBC

Jul 11, 2014

Not a 'big bang' Budget but overall tone positive: HSBC

The government has stuck to its ambitious fiscal deficit targets and has given the right messages on manufacturing which should keep sentiment in the equity market buoyant, it said.
#Inflation #India #GDP #fiscal deficit #Arun Jaitley #HSBC #Tax #GST #DTC #Budget2014