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Real estate sector to witness $7 billion investment in 2017: CBRE

Real estate sector to witness $7 billion investment in 2017: CBRE

Indian real estate is expected to witness an investment of USD 7 billion this year on likely revival in the sector, according to property consultant CBRE.

Germany takes over as new chair of G-20

Germany takes over as new chair of G-20

There will be no return to a world before globalization, Merkel said.

China's Xi calls for ''smooth transition'' in relationship with US

China's Xi calls for ''smooth transition'' in relationship with US

"I continue to believe that a constructive US-China relationship benefits our two peoples and benefits the entire globe," said Obama.

PM Modi raises with Xi China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

PM Modi raises with Xi China-Pakistan Economic Corridor

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Sunday raised the China-Pakistan Economic Corridor (CPEC) issue with Chinese President Xi Jinping, conveying to him that New Delhi and Beijing would have to be sensitive to each other`s strategic interests.
 

PM Modi to visit Vietnam today; attend G-20 meet in China

PM Modi to visit Vietnam today; attend G-20 meet in China

India's ONGC Videsh Limited is engaged in oil exploration projects in Vietnam for over three decades and there may be announcements about new projects in the sector .

G20 pledges to build culture of intolerance towards corruption

Leaders of the world's 20 biggest economies on Monday pledged to use all policy tools to address uneven economic growth even as they endorsed India's concern over delays in implementation of IMF reforms, and building a global culture of intolerance towards corruption.

DNA: Controversies likely to emerge during PM Modi's United Kingdom visit

This is perhaps not the best time for PMO as NDA just lost Bihar election, however, PM Modi is all set to visit Great Britain and Turkey. The opposition is also set to speak up against the international tour of PM. Check out this DNA test.

Near-term growth prospects remain favourable in India: IMF

Global growth in the first half of 2015 was lower than in the second half of 2014, reflecting a further slowdown in emerging economies and a weaker recovery in advanced economies.

OECD to strengthen ties with India, other key partners

OECD Secretary General Angel Gurria is steering the strategy to "transform the organisation into a more inclusive, global policy network and a prime forum for evidence-based policy exchange and global standard setting".

'WTO is close to solution, thanks to strong leadership in India'

India's voice is not just heard but taken seriously at global institutions like the IMF, the World Bank and G-20, Commerce Minister Nirmala Sitharaman added.

India for clearing hurdles to movement of services within G-20

Ahead of the G-20 Summit, India on Sunday pitched for removal of impediments to movement of services within the group of 20 most advanced and fast developing member nations.

Sitharaman to represent India at G-20 meeting in Australia

Minister of State for Finance Nirmala Sitharaman will represent India at the meeting of Finance Ministers and central bank governors of G-20 nations in Australia later this month.

World Bank warns of global jobs crisis

The world is facing a global jobs crisis that is hurting the chances of reigniting economic growth and there is no magic bullet to solve the problem, the World Bank warned on Tuesday.

India to raise its concern on WTO issue at G-20 in Sydney

India is expected to raise its concerns over the slow progress on WTO's Bali agreement at the G-20 meeting of trade ministers in Sydney on Saturday.

Fully committed to reforms in OTC derivatives: RBI

The Reserve Bank Thursday said India is fully committed to bring in reforms in the over-the-counter (OTC) derivatives markets, but its pace and nature will depend on the domestic market conditions.

G-20 commits to rebuilding confidence in financial markets

At the end of their two-day meeting which concluded here on Monday, Finance Ministers of G-20 nations including P Chidambaram from India, said "global growth remains modest and downside risks are still elevated..."

Spain denies G-20 pressure to ask for a bailout

Spain's economy minister said here Monday that the other nations in the G-20 are not pressing Madrid to request a financial rescue package from the European Union.

Obama discusses Eurozone crisis with Italy PM

The President called on Monti who provided an update on economic developments in Europe, a White House statement said.

Black money a problem, but no magic solutions: PM

Corruption, crime, and tax evasion in the form of illicit financial outflows cost the developing world US$1 trillion per year, according to GFI research.

Slow progress in IMF's quota reforms: PM

In his second intervention at the plenary session of the Summit of the Group of 20 leading economies, Singh regretted that progress in quota reform is proceeding more slowly than raising resources.