All Members of Parliament will get soft copies of the budget and Economic Survey that contains an account of the state of the economy
44,000 jobs lost in Maharashtra in demonetisation year, says state Economic Survey; document red flags reducing number of industries
Some 44,000 jobs were lost in Maharashtra in 2016-17, the fiscal year when the decision of demonetisation was announced by the Centre, according to the state's Economic Survey.
Maharashtra's economy to grow at 5.7% in 2019-20, marginally down from last fiscal's projection of 6%: Economic Survey
Maharashtra's economy is expected to grow at 5.7 percent during 2019-20, marginally down from the last fiscal's projection of six percent, the Economic Survey presented in the state Legislature on Thursday said
OECD lowers India's FY21 GDP growth to 5.1% from 6.2% earlier on coronavirus concerns on domestic, global economy
According to the latest OECD Interim Economic Outlook Forecasts, India's real GDP growth is expected at 5.1 percent during the fiscal year starting 1 April, 2020 and improve to 5.6 percent in the following year
Finance Ministry to assuage concerns of rating agencies; economy remains robust: Economic Affairs Secretary Atanu Chakraborty
The finance ministry has said it will try to assuage concerns of rating agencies on opting for higher deficit and other Budget numbers while stressing that fundamentals of the economy are strong
Moody's says India's growth projections ambitious; GDP expansion likely at 4.9% in FY20, 5.5% in FY21
Moody's Investors Service on Tuesday said economic growth projections made by Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman in her Budget for 2020-21 appear ambitious given the structural and cyclical challenges facing the Indian economy
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Economic Survey 2020: Privatised CPSEs reported better profit, sales after transition; aggressive disinvestment promotes efficiency
It observes that the focus of the strategic disinvestment needs to be to exit from non-strategic business and directed towards optimising economic potential of these CPSEs.
Economic Survey 2020 tries to settle debate over veracity of macroeconomic data; says concerns on GDP growth estimates unfounded
India's GDP growth is neither overestimated nor underestimated and the concerns on data are "unfounded", the Economic Survey 2019-20 said on Friday as it tried to settle the debate over veracity of the macroeconomic data following change in estimation methodology
Market benchmark Sensex fell 190 points and the Nifty slumped below the 12,000 level on Friday after the Economic Survey suggested relaxing fiscal deficit target to revive growth
Economic Survey 2020: CEA K Subramanian takes on predecessor Arvind Subramanian for questioning India’s GDP numbers
The Economic Survey has projected a 6-6.5% GDP growth for 2020-21. But, there will be much skepticism on this number given that in the last survey, the growth was projected at 7% whereas the actual growth is likely to end up around 5%.
Making an attempt to quantify what a common person pays for a 'thali' across India, the Economic Survey on Friday said affordability of vegetarian 'thalis' improved by 29 percent while that of non-vegetarian by 18 percent during the 2006-07 and 2019-20 period
Economic Survey 2020: Growth projection of 6-6.5% looks reasonable in current scenario; effort should be there to garner revenue on tax front
The Economic Survey is also quite a votary of disinvestment and the view held is that there should be exits by the government in non-critical areas.
Economic Survey 2020: India needs to spend $1.4 trillion on infrastructure during FY2020-2025 to reach $5 trillion economy
To spur economic growth and achieve $5 trillion economy, India needs to spend about $1.4 trillion on the infrastructure sector during FY2020-2025, the Economic Survey tabled in Parliament said on Friday
Economic Survey 2019-20 highlights: GDP growth to rebound in FY21, share of formal employment rises; 2.62 cr new jobs created
India's economic growth is expected to "strongly rebound" to 6-6.5 percent in 2020-21 from 5 percent estimated in the current fiscal, the Economic Survey said on Friday, adding that the government with a strong mandate has the capacity to expedite reforms
Sensex pares early losses, turns flat after Economic Survey forecasts GDP growth of 6-6.5% next fiscal
Market benchmark Sensex pared most losses to trade marginally lower in afternoon session on Friday after the release of the government's Economic Survey which projected a GDP growth rate of 6 - 6.5 percent for the next fiscal
Economic Survey 2020: GDP to rebound to 6-6.5% next fiscal; calls for new manufacturing ideas to boost growth
The Economic Survey said government interventions seem to be ineffective in stabilising prices of commodities such as onions.
Economic Survey likely to forecast 2020/21 growth at 6-6.5%, CEA K Subramanian to officially announce details today: Report
The Economic Survey by chief economic adviser (CEA) Krishnamurthy Subramanian will be officially announced later in the day and the government will present its Budget on Saturday.
Economic Survey 2020 LIVE Streaming: To be tabled in Parliament today, when and where to watch; all you need to know
The Economic Survey brings out the economic trends in the country which facilitates a better appreciation of the mobilisation of resources and their allocation in the Budget.
Highlights of Budget 2019: Chidambaram claims Budget 'bereft of any reforms', says chief economic adviser must be most disappointed
Budget 2019 LIVE Updates: At a press conference, former finance minister P Chidambaram claimed that the Union Budget was "bereft of any reforms". "The most disappointed person must be the chief economic adviser. The only investment-related proposal was the to increase the FPI percent. The Modi government treats India as one big state government. Apparently the prime minister believe that only his government can deliver basic public goods and services. It is not good to reduce state government to local administrations," he said.