China's industrial profits suffer first drop in three years; trade dispute with US piles pressure on manufacturing sector
In November, China’s factory price growth slowed to the weakest pace in two years as domestic demand lost further momentum.
Manufacturing sector posts strong sales growth in Q2 on robust demand in iron, steel and petroleum: RBI
Demand condition in the manufacturing sector "maintained its pace in the September quarter 2018-19 as reflected in strong sales growth
High growth rate in manufacturing on sustainable basis a doable challenge, says Niti Aayog CEO Amitabh Kant
On a sectoral basis, growth in the manufacturing gross value added has to be 14.6 percent year after year, Kant said.
China reports weakest factory growth in over two years; pressure piles on Beijing on eve of US trade talks
Trump is widely expected to proceed with a sharp tariff hike on Chinese goods in January, which would further strain China’s slowing economy and heighten risks to global growth.
Manufacturing sector activity rises in October on strong rise in new business order flows: PMI survey
The Nikkei India Manufacturing Purchasing Managers' Index strengthened from 52.2 in September to 53.1 in October as new orders and production increased at the quickest rate in four months.
India has second highest insurance gap of $27 bn after China, reveals new study; global underinsurance at $162.5 bn
Insurance levels are highest in real estate with an industrial insurance penetration rate of 0.74 percent.
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Retail inflation cools to 10-month low of 3.69% in August; IIP grows at 6.6% in July as manufacturing, capital goods shine
CPI inflation was at 3.58 percent in October 2017 and has remained above RBI's targeted rate of 4 percent since then.
Sensex erases early gains to end lower by 333 points, posts fourth straight session fall on rupee woes
Selling was more pronounced in FMCG, realty, power, banking, auto, oil & gas, PSU, IT, tech, infrastructure and capital goods stocks that dragged the indices into the negative zone.
GDP at 2-year high of 8.2% in Q1: Economy is finally coming out of twin shocks, but there is a bumpy ride ahead
Q1 GDP figures offer a booster dose to economy but it alone won't tell the whole story
RBI annual report 2017-18: India remains preferred destination for FDI as domestic consumption remains strong
Giving details of FDI flow, the RBI report said, the increase in foreign capital flow was mainly due to higher flows into the communication services, retail and wholesale trade
Does IMF's take on Indian economy offer the best answer to Nitin Gadkari’s 'where are the jobs' question?
India needs to grow much faster, particularly labour-intensive sectors such as manufacturing and construction to generate enough jobs for millions of new job aspirants
Although modest, the latest improvement in the health of the manufacturing sector was the second-strongest after June.
Inflation hits 5 month high, IIP at 7-month low: Why the twin shocks present a tough dilemma to the MPC
In an election year, when growth is on a slippery note, the RBI will face pressure to cut rates. But, if inflation continues to rise, rate hikes will be inevitable
Industrial growth slips to 7-month low of 3.2% in May on sluggish performance of manufacturing and power sectors
Factory output growth measured in terms of the Index of Industrial Production (IIP) was revised down to 4.8 percent in April from previous estimates of 4.9 percent
Labour Day: Exploitation of Bengaluru's women workers in manufacturing shows perils of 'selective' development
The disproportionate focus on a small segment of Indians in technology & advanced manufacturing means issues concerning primary sector labour are often ignored.
News18 Rising India Summit: India's foray into world market is services and not manufacturing-centred, says Paul Krugman
In the session right after Krugman’s, Ruchir Sharma, head of the Emerging Markets Equity at Morgan Stanley Investment, said that low-end manufacturing, which may seem unglamorous on the surface, is what will spur growth.
Index of Industrial Production (IIP) had grown at 7.1 percent in December 2017, according to the data released by the Central Statistics Office (CSO) on Monday
China sets GDP target at around 6.5% in 2018, will be able to create 11 mn new urban jobs, says report
China aims to maintain inflation level at around 3 percent and create over 11 million new urban jobs, reports Xinhua news agency.
Budget 2018: Farm sector gets a boost but customs duty hikes to protect domestic market dampen reform spirit
The Budget in many ways reverts to the Indian practice of introducing ‘reforms by stealth’.