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Union Budget 2013: Chidu's real fiscal deficit will miss by a mile

Feb 27, 2013

Union Budget 2013: Chidu's real fiscal deficit will miss by a mile

If you add the oil subsidies given out by ONGC, Gail and Oil India, the real fiscal deficit will be closer to 5.7 percent despite the FM's best efforts #Oil subsidies #fiscal deficit #Budget 2013
Diesel price decontrol: Bad karma catches up with UPA govt

Jan 18, 2013

Diesel price decontrol: Bad karma catches up with UPA govt

The lesson that the UPA government ought to take away from this is that it may run, but it cannot hide, from the malefic effects of bad economics. #BJP #UPA government #diesel prices #oil subsidy
Diesel hike impact not factored in FY13 oil subsidy bill:FM

Jan 17, 2013

Diesel hike impact not factored in FY13 oil subsidy bill:FM

Concerned over under-recoveries by oil companies, the Cabinet Committee on Political Affairs (CCPA) earlier in the day authorised oil marketing companies to make price correction from time to time. #Chidambaram #oil subsidy #FMSpeaks #Diesel deregulation
Additional oil subsidy done in view of difficult situation: FM

Dec 14, 2012

Additional oil subsidy done in view of difficult situation: FM

The government today justified its proposal for additional oil subsidy of Rs 28,500 crore, saying it was being done in view of "difficult situation" as members in the Lok Sabha attacked the move. #P. Chidambaram #Oil subsidies #TheySaidIt #OMC
Govt caps upstream oil cos' subsidy share at $56 per barrel

Oct 09, 2012

Govt caps upstream oil cos' subsidy share at $56 per barrel

In a decision that will clear air about fuel subsidy sharing, the government today said upstream firms like Oil and Natural Gas Corp's (ONGC) contribution to subsidising diesel and cooking fuels will be capped at $56 per barrel. #NewsTracker #ONGC #Diesel #oil companies #oil subsidy

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Govt caps upstream oil cos' subsidy share at $56 per barrel

Aug 23, 2014

Yemeni government 'offers to resign'

Yemen's government has offered to resign within a month and to review an unpopular decision to cut fuel subsidies, in an attempt to end protests by the Shia Houthi movement, Reuters news agency has reported quoting a government source. The source, wh... #Saudi Arabia #Yemen #Houthis
Govt caps upstream oil cos' subsidy share at $56 per barrel

Aug 07, 2014

Oregon coal, oil train expansion subsidies draw elected leaders' opposition

A group of elected officials opposes state subsidies for projects to expand coal and oil train traffic... #Saudi Arabia #Yemen #Houthis