In a candid interview with Mihir Bhatt of Zee Media Corp, Shikha Sharma shares her views on India`s growth prospects, upcoming Union Budget, inflation and much more.
Having received a decisive mandate, the world expects Modi to shun singles and doubles to focus on some lusty big hits!
The Dalal Street has been on a song for the past few weeks.
Pankaj Pachauri countered the damaging claims made by a former Media Adviser.
As general elections draw closer, global financial major Goldman Sachs said 40 million new manufacturing jobs can be created in a decade if states follow flexible labour laws like in Gujarat.
Credit Suisse as well as Bank of America Merrill Lynch have conveyed these views in the research notes prepared for their respective clients in India and abroad.
According to the global financial services major, there can be four scenarios post elections.
Senior economist Glenn Levine cited weakness in the real economy as the reason for his pessimism
India, he said, was not only suffering from fiscal deficit but also from "governance deficit, trust deficit, security deficit and moral deficit.
"Being born in India in 21st century is like winning lottery of history" - This is how British envoy explained immense potential for growth in India.
The eternal optimists might be in for a setback!
While the government led by PMEAC is rather bullish, independent economic think tanks are somewhat muted in their growth expectation.
India`s growth rate is poised to overtake China`s within two to three years, despite a near-term slowdown, India`s chief economic adviser Kaushik Basu said on Monday.
India`s growth will accelerate to about 9.50% in 2010 as robust corporate profits and favourable financing conditions fuel investment.
India will grow at the rate of 9 to 10 percent for the next 25 years, Prime Minister Manmohan Singh said here Monday.
In a contrast to the gloomy sentiment in the US, Indian executives have higher morale and are more satisfied with their current positions, a survey has said.
Religare Macquarie Private Wealth
is planning to quadruple its head-count to close to 900 in the
next three years in a bid to tap the increasing growth
opportunities in the wealth management business.
Revising upwards its forecast on India`s GDP growth to 6.2 per cent from the earlier 4.9 per cent, Credit Suisse on Tuesday said the Reserve Bank of India may start increasing interestrates from the first quarter of 2010.
Day in Pics: 31st January
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