User: kailas Topic: Economics
Category: GDP
Last updated: Jun 28 2017 15:52 IST RSS 2.0
 
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Family debts main cause of Indian farm suicides (Special to IANS) 28.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Nearly 70 per cent of India's 90 million agricultural households spend more than they earn on average each month, pushing them towards debt, which is now the primary reason in more than half of all suicides by farmers nationwide, according to an IndiaSpend analysis of various government data.
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IMF cuts 2017 economic growth forecast for US 28.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
The International Monetary Fund revised its 2017 gross domestic product (GDP) growth forecast for the US downward from 2.3 per cent to 2.1 per cent, citing the Trump administration's inability to implement its economic policies.
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IMF cuts US growth forecasts, cites Donald Trump fiscal plan uncertainty 28.6.2017 Business Standard: Today
The IMF cut its growth forecasts for the US economy to 2.1% for both 2017 and 2018
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Why cold, hard cash remains king 27.6.2017 Business Standard: News Now
Love for paper money is simply stronger than the ease of credit cards and apps
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IMF cuts US growth forecast, sees Trump's financial year plan as uncertain 27.6.2017 Latest News
Economic policy under Trump is unlikely to achieve its goal of annual GDP growth, reported IMF
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SAP India, Govt to empower MSMEs with next-gen technology 27.6.2017 New Kerala: India News
SAP India, Govt to empower MSMEs with next-gen technology
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SAP India, MSME Ministry join hands to launch Bharat ERP 27.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
Software major SAP India on Wednesday signed a memorandum of understanding with the Ministry of Micro, Small and Medium Enterprises (MSME) to jointly launch Bharat ERP -- a programme to empower small businesses digitally.
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Farm debt crisis: 70% of agricultural families spend more than they earn 27.6.2017 News
Farm loan waiver not the solution; indebtedness a symptom and not the root cause of farm crisis
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The Great Barrier Reef is literally a treasure. It's worth $42 billion. 27.6.2017 Washington Post
The Great Barrier Reef is literally a treasure. It's worth $42 billion.
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Large-caps might see a correction to digest gains: Tirthankar Patnaik 27.6.2017 All Markets Stories
He adds one overhang on markets would be equity supply in form of IPOs, QIPs, among others
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Basic income could empower millions of Indians, but India may find cost too high 26.6.2017 Sify Finance
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German shoppers drive business morale to 'jubilant' record high 26.6.2017 Sify Finance
By Paul Carrel
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Business confidence on the up, Lloyds survey finds 26.6.2017 BBC: Business
But companies are having trouble recruiting skilled workers, the research says.
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The looming labor ‘shortage’ isn’t just a problem — it’s also an opportunity 26.6.2017 Washington Post: Op-Eds
We need a new model for regulating relations between firms and workers.
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Still on a learning curve with bankruptcy: S M Sahoo 24.6.2017 TOI: Chennai
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Basic income could empower millions, but India may find cost too high 24.6.2017 News
The UBI amount would be greater than all current welfare programs of the government
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Low healthcare spend worrying 23.6.2017 Deccan Herald - Analysis
The National Health Policy 2017 was a much-needed step to address the healthcare situation in the country. However, it has taken too long for a country with such a high population and it should have been accorded priority much before. It is important that in India, a country of 1.2 billion-plus people with a robust democracy and economy, the health of its people is accorded priority in the manner that it truly deserves. Lack of focus on health can have serious implications, not just on the state of the health of people and the misery that it causes, but also in dragging the economy of the country down several notches. Let's look at some numbers first to set the context India bears a staggering 21% of the world's disease burden. While infectious and communicable diseases are still ruling, there is a shift happening and more than 53% of total deaths every year in India are now due to non-communicable diseases (NCDs) like cancer, diabetes and heart disease. In fact, by 2020, over 60 million Indians are ...
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Those who are evading taxes don’t want GST: Adi Godrej 23.6.2017 HBL: Companies
Veteran industrialist believes the new tax will catapult India into a higher GDP growth trajectory, curb black money
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Hong Kong was supposed to liberalize China. How did the opposite happen? 23.6.2017 Washington Post: Op-Eds
Two decades of betrayed optimism.
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Tourism in Kashmir collapses, as stone-pelting images dominate TV 23.6.2017 All News-IANS Stories
At the Dal Lake in Srinagar, Rizwan Ahmad Bhat stands next to his traditional boat, the shikara named Do Badan Ek Jan (two bodies, one soul), waiting for tourists. Last year this time, the lake was packed with visitors exploring its waters and the views of the surrounding Zabarwan hills.
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