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Mar 04, 2019
Corporate India's foreign borrowing down 45% at $2.42 bn in January, RBI data revealsIndia Inc's external commercial borrowings (ECBs) fell by 45 percent to $2.42 billion in January 2019 as compared to the year-ago period, data from RBI has showed
Jan 25, 2019
Realty sector seeks extension of tax holiday sunset clause for SEZs to boost office demand, drive fresh investmentsFrom a real estate developer’s perspective, increasing the scope of affordable housing projects qualifying for the tax holiday would make it more attractive for new project investments.
Dec 20, 2018
RBI limits total outstanding of external commercial borrowings to 6.5% of GDPThe Reserve Bank of India (RBI) on Thursday announced a cap on the outstanding stock of external commercial borrowings (ECB) at 6.5 percent of GDP at current market prices.
Nov 27, 2018
RBI move on ECB is good; will ease pressure on cost of borrowing, encourage firms to borrow more from marketThe idea is to have it more predictable so that companies can play around with their choice of borrowing.
Nov 26, 2018
RBI eases hedging norms for external commercial borrowings by reducing provision to 70% from current 100%The relaxed norms will apply to the ECBs with a maturity period between 3 and 5 years, the RBI said in a notification
Oct 03, 2018
As rupee plumbs new lows, RBI eases overseas borrowing norms for oil companiesWith the rupee continuing to touch new lows, the Reserve Bank on Wednesday allowed forex borrowings for working capital by oil marketing companies--the largest consumers of foreign currency--under the automatic route with immediate effect.
Sep 24, 2018
Govt's 5-pronged strategy to boost capital inflow unlikely to reverse rupee slide, says Moody'sThe rupee has depreciated more than 10 percent against the US dollar since January 2018 and was at Rs 72.1 against the dollar as of 21 September.
Sep 17, 2018
Govt moves to arrest rupee depreciation may not drive fund inflows, negative from long-term perspective, says reportThe government measures will have a sentimental impact on the market and the rupee trajectory "might not see a full reversal of the appreciation move of the last couple of days", it said.
Jun 30, 2015
ECBs, NRI deposits push external debt to $475.8 bnThe short-term external debt was $84.7 billion in March, showing a decline of 7.6 percent over the March 2014 level.
Jun 15, 2013
When CAD is so bad, we should just ban gold importsGiven our current account deficit, it may be better to get into physical controls for a while. A gold import ban would would better than an import duty hike