In Bangkok, Narendra Modi says India among ‘most attractive economies’, hails FDI, tax reforms; PM to meet Thailand's Prayut Chan-o-cha today
India has stopped working in a routine, bureaucratic manner as it is undergoing 'transformative changes', Prime Minister Narendra Modi told a group of influential business leaders on Sunday, hard-selling the country as one of the most attractive investment destinations globally
Chief Justice of India, Dipak Misra says India needs to develop a good institutional arbitration system with minimum interference of courts and maximum execution of arbitration awards to attract investment
Ease of doing business: Narendra Modi's mantra of 'Reform, Perform, Transform' propels India to 100th rank
India has jumped 100th place in World Bank's 'ease of doing business' ranking, helped reforms in taxation, licensing and bankruptcy resolution
number of Trade Mark (TM) forms have been reduced from 74 to 8 and to promote e-filing of TM applications, the fee for online filing has been kept at 10 per cent lower than that for physical filing
GST isn't a populist measure guaranteed to ensure immediate benefits. It is not a sop. It won't, at least in the short term, put more money into our pockets. GST is reform in its truest sense. It may trigger considerable labour pain but eventually it will fructify into a regenerative force for the Indian economy.
India, "despite its scope and global potential", ranks 119, falling from 112th rank in 2014.
India has been ranked 142 among the 189 countries in the World Bank report on ease of doing business. It has dropped two places from its previous ranking.