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Auto sector slowdown: Component makers are holding a mirror to the economy, reflection isn’t pretty
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Auto sector slowdown: Component makers are holding a mirror to the economy, reflection isn’t pretty

For eight months straight, auto sales have been slowing across products and verticals—both passenger and commercial

Eight indicators tell us what is going wrong in Indian economy right now and why bad days await next government
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Eight indicators tell us what is going wrong in Indian economy right now and why bad days await next government

The rural economy, which largely depends on agriculture, is in a mess. Falling prices of agricultural produce and lack of irrigation/ storage facilities have been hurting the farmers

CMIE data shows unemployment rate crossed 8% in first three weeks of April; where are the jobs disappearing?
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CMIE data shows unemployment rate crossed 8% in first three weeks of April; where are the jobs disappearing?

The escalation in April unemployment figures, as CMIE itself points out, weakens the optimism seen in the latter half of March, when data showed an improvement in the scenario

Economists vs accountants debate: Vitriolic attack is not need of hour; time to work on credible data
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Economists vs accountants debate: Vitriolic attack is not need of hour; time to work on credible data

By a curious coincidence, most of the contentious data series which present an opposite view of an otherwise somber picture have come at a pre-elections time.

Youth inactivity highest in India among emerging and developing economies, says IMF economist
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Youth inactivity highest in India among emerging and developing economies, says IMF economist

Emerging and developing economies are less vulnerable than advanced economies from technological changes

10% quota for upper castes: Make govt jobs less cushy, says MIT economist Abhijit Banerjee
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10% quota for upper castes: Make govt jobs less cushy, says MIT economist Abhijit Banerjee

Banerjee said on Wednesday that people prefer government jobs as they are well paid and have no very strong obligation to work.

GDP advance estimate of 7.2% growth number is noteworthy, but ascent towards 8% in 2019-20 looks a bit daunting
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GDP advance estimate of 7.2% growth number is noteworthy, but ascent towards 8% in 2019-20 looks a bit daunting

The 7.2% GDP growth number nonetheless is noteworthy as it will form the fulcrum for all futuristic scenarios that would go into the formulation of the Budget. That’s why it cannot be ignored.