Demonetisation drive would have been 'significantly better' if Rs 2,000 currency notes were avoided: Uday Kotak
As part of the demonetisation "execution" strategy, it was essential to ensure larger quantum of notes of the right denomination were made available, said Kotak.
Yashwant Sinha criticised the union government for claiming various achievements after demonetisation
Demonetisation: Could its objectives have been achieved by other means? Parliamentary panel asks govt officials
Members expressed concerns over demonetisation's impact on 'Brand India' as the country has now ceased to be the world's fastest growing major economy
The Blue Circle discussion: Narendra Modi's note ban, GST implementation criticised, Doka La approach lauded
Note ban was disastrous for people, while faulty implementation and processes have rendered GST cumbersome, said Prashant Bhushan
Did demonetisation do more good than bad? Watch a panel discussion here
Rs 2.11 lakh cr bank recapitalisation: Business stresses in Gujarat spurred Narendra Modi's huge funding plan
The reason why Narendra Modi pushed for a huge bank recapitalisation now was the growing evidence of stress among small and medium sized businesses in Gujarat, his core constituency
Sen noted that the country does not have a system of getting a more regular data on the unorganised sector
Arun Jaitley just tripped over his own feet by admitting economy wasn’t healthy when govt launched note ban
Jaitley is absolutely right in saying a 7-8 percent growth is good enough for India in an environment where rest of the world is facing an economic slowdown
It is safe to say that demonetisation has failed to achieve what it set out to achieve i.e. if it set out to achieve anything on the economic front
As of now, the pain is more visible than gains
Analysts see the automotive industry getting back to growth trajectory with overall environment supporting its growth this year
India's central bank is grappling with the large stressed banking sector balance sheets.
Ultimately, the cash shortage is like the liquidity shock and unless it had led to a substantial wealth destruction one would expect its effects to be quite temporary, said RBI deputy Viral Acharya
Economists believe that the key reason behind such a high growth rate could be "a steep downward revision" of the year-ago base period
With a 7 percent growth in gross domestic product (GDP) the worst fears for the economy have been put behind, Jaitley said
The industrial output was 5.7 percent in November and did not capture the impact of demonetisation.