The coronavirus pandemic is a "severe demand shock" for the Indian economy and could lead to further moderation in the country's GDP growth as the coronavirus-induced lockdown is causing significant disruption across multiple sectors, says a report
The government is expected to initiate measures like uplifting domestic demand, addressing issues in strategic sectors like aviation and power in the upcoming budget to support domestic growth momentum, says a report
Kant said that there is an urgent need to restructure entire existing public-private partnership (PPP) framework as there are delays in the completion of infrastructure projects due to disputes
India's long-term growth story robust despite global headwinds, rupee depreciation: Dun & Bradstreet report
The report said that the balance sheet of banks, corporate and government remains strained while the gross non-performing assets (NPAs) have increased significantly
Inflation might edge higher as uneven distribution of monsoon could spike food prices; May CPI likely around 4.6-4.7%: Report
Even as monsoon is predicted to be normal this year, its uneven distribution could spike food prices, and inflation is likely to edge further, says a report
The report however, noted that the biggest segment of the services sector - trade, hotels, transport and communications - is yet to witness a turnaround.
This year witnessed broad-based slowdown in auto sales owing to sustained deceleration in economic activity and consequent weakness in consumer and business sentiment.
Dun & Bradstreet shares its IT & ITES Sector Outlook for 2014.
India Inc's business confidence for the October-December quarter is witnessing signs of "turnaround" on account of recent reforms push
Dun & Bradstreet released its study on 'India's Top IT Companies 2008'. The study covers 210 companies, each having an annual turnover of more than Rs. 100 million.