Japan has been found to have the best structure of production in the Geneva-based WEF's first 'Readiness for the future of production report' and is followed by South Korea, Germany, Switzerland, China, Czech Republic, the US, Sweden, Austria and Ireland in the top 10
Commercial vehicle sales have been on an upswing for at least three months now, indicating a slow but sure turnaround in the economy
Demonetisation impact: 250 casual workers lost job every day during January-March; why govt needs to create more jobs
As per CMIE, in 12 months up to August 2017, 19 lakh jobs were wiped out
Services and manufacturing activity contracted at their fastest rate in years in July, the month that the GST was launched.
Manufacturing sector jobs lowest paid at Rs 211.7/hour, attracting talents to be a major issue: Report
Manufacturing typically is a labour intensive sector. However, owing to automation and technological disruption, availability of relevant skills and capabilities will be the key focus, going forward
In his UP election rally in March this year, PM Modi had mocked Singh and ‘Harvard economists’ such as Amartya Sen who criticised demonetisation decision
The Central Statistical Office (CSO) revised India's wholesale price index (WPI) and industrial production (IP) series last week, changing the base year to 2011-12 (from 2004-05).
The periodical reviews and revisions of the base year of the macroeconomic indicators is aimed at capturing the structural changes in the economy and improving the quality, coverage and representativeness of the indices
The Monetary Policy Committee (MPC) had cautioned in its recent policy readings that monsoons this year will be crucial to decide the course of policy rates, while changing its policy stance from ‘accommodative’ to ‘neutral’ early this year.
The 'Monster Salary Index' (MSI) report on gender pay parity was released in a survey titled 'Women of India Inc' by online career and recruitment solutions providers Monster India.
China is counting on growth in services - which account for more than half of gross domestic product - to offset persistent softness in exports that is dragging on the economy.
Indian SMEs favour long-term partnership with Chinese enterpreneurs, investors, MSME minister Kalraj Mishra
The minister listed out several initiatives to bolster growth of the manufacturing sector in India such as Make in India, Digital India, Start-up India, which have made the world's economic superpowers to look at India with "a lot of admiration".
Nikkei India manufacturing PMI went up to 52.6 last month, from 51.8 in July
Chidambaram referred to UCO Bank Chairman R K Thakkar’s remarks that there was no credit demand in the manufacturing sector, which, he said meant no investments were being made.
While the Prime Minister Narendra Modi's personal approval ratings remain high and many respondents are in favour of giving him one more term at office, the government is perceived to be faltering on one critical issue: jobs.
Labelling government's thrust on manufacturing sector as mere "lip service", Biocon chief Kiran Mazumdar-Shaw has said that ease of doing business in India has not improved and there is no consistency in policies.
Also expects growth to be better this year and even higher the next year
Manufacturing sector grew at its slowest pace in 25 months in November on sluggish pace of new business orders, a monthly survey showed today, strengthening the case for the RBI to keep the interest rates low.
Modi has the majority to get things done. If he doesn’t, chances are the Congress might be voted back to power. And there can be no bigger tragedy than that
A Land Acquisition Act which discourages land acquisition cannot be of much help to an economy which needs to create jobs for 13 million individuals entering the work force every year.