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Mar 29, 2019
India Inc's foreign borrowings fall 9% to $2.81 bn in February; Oil India, IOC, Shriram Transport Finance among major borrowersThe entire fund mop-up during the month was done through the automatic route of ECB, showed the RBI data.
Sep 20, 2018
Debt-ridden Reliance Communications' shareholders approve Rs 50,000 crore cap on borrowing limitRCom owes over Rs 40,000 crore to a group of 38 lenders, including Chinese banks, and was resolving the debt through a strategic debt restructuring (SDR) process.
Jul 03, 2018
Project Sashakt: Creating a bigger bad asset market is a good idea; but who will do the bankrolling?Project Sashakt's success hinges on the Modi government's ability to push out a scheme that can generate sufficient investor interest.
Mar 22, 2018
The great Indian banking circus: A guide on how to use the Aam Aadmi and Mr Fraud countersThe common man’s role in this saga is to pay taxes on time to help refuel banks, so that lenders don’t run out of funds to feed Mr Fraud.
Jul 27, 2016
Andhra Pradesh CM Chandrababu Naidu urges Centre to relax FRBM norms, seeks more borrowingsAndhra Pradesh Chief Minister N Chandrababu Naidu urged the Centre to relax the limit set by the Fiscal Responsibility and Budget Management (FRBM) Act.
Oct 25, 2012
Rise in oil cos' loans means widening of fiscal deficitWith the government's compensation for subsidised sale of fuel not forthcoming, the state-run oil firms have been heavily borrowing from banks to pay for their crude oil imports.
Aug 23, 2012
Why govt is easing overseas borrowing rules for cosIndia is looking to make it easier for companies to raise funds by allowing them to issue rupee bonds that are guaranteed from offshore entities, while easing some of its overseas borrowing rules.
Aug 08, 2012
S&P downgrades Greece on delays in budget implementationRatings agency Standard & Poor's on Tuesday revised Greece's outlook to negative, saying the debt-ridden eurozone country could need more help from its international creditors.