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Mar 27, 2019
Realty market on recovery path, to grow in 2019; will add 200 mn sq ft space across all segments this year: CBREArray
Jan 11, 2019
SpiceJet chief Ajay Singh to chair ATT summit in Davos; meet to focus on carbon footprint reductionThe meeting will deliberate on the challenges confronting the ATT sectors and the key takeaways should help in potential policy reforms for these industries.
May 06, 2013
Policy clarifications: Will Wal-Mart's India plan be a non-starter?Things have not been easy for Wal-Mart in India. And they are not going to get any better. If the latest clarification from Commerce Minister Anand Sharma is any indication, the situation will only get worse.
Jan 30, 2013
Chidambaram welcomes rate cut, promises more govt actionThe real problem, he said, is to get the stalled projects off the ground, raise the savings ratio and encourage corporates, those who are sitting on piles of cash, to move ahead with investment projects.
Dec 03, 2012
Govt's economic reforms to face test with parliament voteThe government's stuttering economic reform programme faces a key parliamentary test this week on whether to let foreign supermarket chains such as Wal-Mart Stores set up shop
Nov 08, 2012
HSBC pegs FY14 GDP at 6.9% on reform push, investment pick upHSBC today said the Indian economy, which is projected to grow at 5.7 percent this fiscal, is likely to clip at a faster pace next fiscal at 6.9 percent following the recent spate of policy reforms.
Sep 24, 2012
'Global firms to increase investments in India following govt's reforms'International corporations will increase investments in India following the government's policy reforms announced last week, Vice Chairman of General Electric Co John Rice said today.
Sep 19, 2012
Why Indian companies are upbeat this quarterBusiness sentiment among Asia's top companies fell for the second straight quarter, dragged down by export-orientated economies such as China and Japan, while domestic spending helped boost Southeast Asia's outlook, a survey showed.
Jul 07, 2012
Manmohan Singh can start by tackling silly lawsSymbolic wins removing tax uncertainty and encouraging foreign investment will help, but his real test will be to hack away India's rampant red tape.