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May 11, 2020
COVID-19 impact: Informal economy workers excluded from most govt measures, be it cash transfers or tax benefitsLike demonetisation, the current lockdown has exposed millions of workers and their families to starvation, hunger, death and very bleak future prospects.
Jul 25, 2019
Auto sector slowdown: Component makers are holding a mirror to the economy, reflection isn’t prettyFor eight months straight, auto sales have been slowing across products and verticals—both passenger and commercial
Mar 28, 2019
UK firms scale back hiring, investment plans amid growing turmoil around BrexitMore firms were downbeat about the outlook for jobs and investment than were optimistic for the first time since the Recruitment and Employment Confederation began its surveys in June 2016, the month of the Brexit referendum.
Dec 22, 2018
Narendra Modi government is manipulating data; GDP back series needs to be urgently examined: Yashwant SinhaDemonetisation was the biggest mistake of Modi in his tenure as Prime Minister and the damage the move has done to the economy is unpardonable, said Yashwant Sinha, who quit the BJP in April 2018.
Oct 17, 2018
Corporate India's job creation moderates to 3.8% in FY18 from 4.2% in FY17: Care Ratings reportCare Ratings in its report said the moderation in employment growth is "reflective of the proposition that higher economic growth is weakly translating into higher job creation".
Aug 07, 2018
Rupee is over-valued, says Kaushik Basu; sees fair value of currency at 70-71 to the dollarThe widening current account deficit and higher interest rates have made the rupee the worst among its Asian peers so far this year.
Nov 06, 2017
First demonetisation and then GST dealt crippling blows to India's already dismal job creation recordAccording to the BSE-CMIE month wise unemployment data, November and December last year were the worst months for jobs in the entire 12-month period, with overall unemployment highest in November at 6.55 percent followed by 6.42 percent in December