India's economic growth 'much weaker' than expected due to corporate, environmental regulatory uncertainty, says IMF
The IMF cut its projection for India's economic growth by 0.3 percentage points to 7 percent for the fiscal year 2019-20 owing to the "weaker-than-expected outlook
Indian economy projected to grow at 7.1% in FY 2020 on back of strong domestic consumption, investment: UN report
The Indian economy, which generates two-thirds of the regional output in South Asia, expanded by 7.2% in 2018
India's overall growth was "too much" driven by domestic demand, which resulted in double digit growth of imports, and 4-5% growth in exports
Arun Jaitley lauds Modi govt's economic performance, says it managed reforms despite no boom in world economy
The Narendra Modi-led government managed to bring the country's economy back on track after perceived "policy paralysis" under UPA rule, says Arun Jaitley
Moody's saw India's credit rating materialising in the medium term based on reforms
In 2015-16, the country's economy expanded at 7.6 percent
Moody's says expectations of a good monsoon will help headline inflation remain steady
The number of people willing to give up steady, well-paying jobs to get into entrepreneurship has risen this millennium.
The rating agency made a special mention of India's significant monetary tightening in 2013, coupled with some fiscal consolidation
FM, however, asserted that India lost its credibility to the world due to aggressive taxation
World Bank sees India's GDP growing at 8% in FY18
Lagarde was due to give a speech in New Delhi on Monday and will meet officials from the Reserve Bank of India in Mumbai on Tuesday
In India, growth is slowing because industry and investment are hindered by poor infrastructure and long delays in structural reforms, the bank said in cutting its forecast to 4.7 percent growth from 6 percent.<br /><br />
The Finance Ministry today made a strong case for rating upgrade of Indian economy by global agency Fitch on the back of increasing investments, declining import of gold and government's commitment to fiscal prudence.
The IMF said India, Asia's third-largest economy, is expected to grow 4.9 percent this year, down from a forecast in July of 6.1 percent.
Yashwant Sinha said governments must adhere to fiscal fundamentals and learn to spend within their means.
Citigroup said a policy gridlock, recent power outages, weaker exports and falling domestic consumption will take a toll on India while CLSA expected the farm sector to be stagnant.