State of Working India Report 2019: Country's unemployment crisis is real; boosting investments in health, education can work wonders
The biggest challenge regarding employment in the country is the gap between demand and supply.
BJP manifesto is like a good dream, easy to sell; but does the govt have the money to implement promises?
The BJP manifesto promises a whole host of things (like the Congress manifesto) without really bothering to explain, where is the money to implement the promised things going to come from.
Post-Assembly election victories, Congress, TRS, Mizo National Front must pull up their socks to deliver on manifesto
The content of the manifestos and promises are deliverable, however, not sufficient for economic development of the states.
The employment-based fifth preference category (EB-5) visa is meant for high networth individuals (HNIs) to earn the Green Card which offers permanent residency in the US for themselves and their immediate family through a one-time minimum investment of $00,000 into a new business that creates 10 or more jobs for the Americans.
Services and manufacturing activity contracted at their fastest rate in years in July, the month that the GST was launched.
India has remained ahead of China and the US as far as FDI inflows were concerned in the last year
India is certainly catching the attention of global investors, especially in the backdrop of a severe (and likely to be prolonged) global slowdown phase
In an economy where the private sector is hesitant about investing, the only way out for the government to kick start the investment cycle is by pushing public sector companies to spend.