Growth prospects positive as reforms gain traction: D&B

Growth prospects positive as reforms gain traction: D&B

As per the report, the growth prospects of the Indian economy for 2016-17 would be highly dependent on domestic drivers of growth with very little support seeping in from the global market.

Govt will stick with reforms to push growth beyond 8%: Das

The pace of economic reforms will continue and efforts will be made to get the GST and bankruptcy legislations approved by Parliament expeditiously with a view to pushing growth to over 8 percent, the government on Wednesday said.

Apple CEO Tim Cook bets on economic reforms in India

Apple CEO Tim Cook bets on economic reforms in India

Applauding the economic reforms unveiled by India, tech giant Apple's CEO Tim Cook said the world's third largest smartphone market presents a "very good business environment" going ahead.

India must stick to its economic reform agenda: Jacob Lew

India remains a bright spot of economic growth, but it will have to stick to its reform agenda and like any other political system, a lot will depend on the government of the day to carry forward the reforms, US Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew said Thursday.

Delay In Reforms May Adversely Affect Investments: Moody's

Rating agency Moody's has warned a reversal in investments if the economic reforms get further delayed affecting the projected GDP for 2016.

Loss of momentum on economic reforms could hamper investment in India: Moody's

Loss of momentum on economic reforms could hamper investment in India: Moody's

Moody's said that a failure by the government in implementing key reforms such as Goods and Services Tax (GST) and land acquisition laws could hamper investment and signal a derailed reform prospect.

PM Modi's big-ticket reforms: Govt eases FDI norms in 15 sectors

PM Modi's big-ticket reforms: Govt eases FDI norms in 15 sectors

PM Modi asserted that the country is "unstoppable" on the path of economic progress and the government wanted the world to see the tremendous opportunities India offers.

Bihar drubbing will not impact reforms: FM Arun Jaitley

Attributing the NDA’s defeat in Bihar assembly elections to ‘huge index of opposition unity’, Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today said it will not impact the economic reforms process. “I don’t see it as a setback to the economy… Structural reforms will continue.

States on reform path, need to generate more revenue: Brickwork

States on reform path, need to generate more revenue: Brickwork

According to the State Finances Handbook 2015 released by Brickwork Ratings, most states are undertaking reforms, specially in areas like power, urban development, taxation as well as governance.

India has launched "game-changing" reforms: Jayant Sinha

India has launched "game-changing" reforms: Jayant Sinha

Allaying concerns of investors over pace of reforms in India, Minister of State for Finance Jayant Sinha Tuesday said the government has implemented "game- changing" measures to transform India's economic fortunes and improve the business environment in the country.

IMF-WB appreciative of India's policy steps: FinMin

IMF-WB appreciative of India's policy steps: FinMin

Finance Ministry Sunday said international agencies like IMF, World Bank and OECD are highly appreciative of India's policy initiatives and measures to deal with tax evasion at global level.

Govt will continue with reforms, GDP to top 7.5% in FY16: Das

The government will not wait for the Budget and will continue with reforms measures to make India an attractive investment destination, Economic Affairs Secretary Shaktikanta Das said while expressing optimism that the growth in the current fiscal will exceed 7.5 percent.

Policymakers need to change regulatory mindset: FM Jaitley

Policymakers need to change regulatory mindset: FM Jaitley

Finance Minister Arun Jaitley on Saturday said policymakers need to change their regulatory mindset asserting that role of state should be minimised and government monopoly must end wherever possible.

India's rating upgrade possible if reforms implemented: Moody's

India's rating upgrade possible if reforms implemented: Moody's

Moody's has a 'Baa3' rating, the lowest investment grade, on India, just a notch above 'junk' status.

Reforms process 'not a single day story': Jayant Sinha

With global rating agency Moody's cutting its growth forecast for India citing lack of reforms, Union Minister Jayant Sinha Tuesday said the government is committed to the reforms process but it is "not a single day story".

FPIs take out Rs 800 crore from market in a fortnight

Spooked by a possible derailment of key economic reforms, foreign investors have pulled out over Rs 800 crore from the Indian capital market in the last fortnight.

Path to 10% growth not impossible: FM Jaitley

Path to 10% growth not impossible: FM Jaitley

Goods and Services Tax (GST) has the potential to add at least one percent to the GDP of India, Jaitley said adding that last year, India grew by 7.3 percent in terms of GDP.

French government to force through economic reforms

 France`s socialist government was to force a package of key economic reforms through parliament Tuesday as a left-wing group of rebel MPs threatened to torpedo its passage into law.

Greek drama heaps domestic pressure on Merkel

German Chancellor Angela Merkel faces growing dissent within her conservative party over efforts to keep Greece in the eurozone after months of drawn-out, quarrelsome debt talks.

No Greek deal would be the beginning of the end for eurozone: Tsipras

Failing to reach a deal to rescue Greece from a looming default would be the beginning of the end for the eurozone, Greek Prime Minister told the Italian daily Corriere della Sera.