`Expect GDP growth of 6.5% for next fiscal`

Zee Business Bureau Chief Mihir Bhatt caught up with HDFC Chairman Deepak Parekh.

Capacity utilization deficit puts Motown in reverse gear

India faces a problem of aplenty which is unlikely to get mitigated anytime soon given the current depressed economic situation. This brings with it the grave risk of ruining country’s tryst with the manufacturing story.

Division over GDP estimates sharpen

While the government led by PMEAC is rather bullish, independent economic think tanks are somewhat muted in their growth expectation.

Citi maintains India GDP growth rate at 5.8% for FY`10

A day after the Prime Minister`s
Economic Advisory Council said that India`s GDP may grow by
6.75 percent in the current fiscal, global financial major
Citi on Thursday maintained its forecast at 5.8 percent.

Manufacturing growth falters in August: PMI

Indian manufacturing activity expanded at its slowest pace in five months in August as companies struggled to raise selling prices despite higher costs, a survey showed on Tuesday.

Credit Suisse ups GDP growth to 6.2% from 4.9%

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.

Planning Comm expects 7% growth despite monsoon shadow

The Planning Commission expects
the economic growth rate to marginally move up to 7 per cent
in the current fiscal despite the monsoon casting its shadow
on agricultural output.

Credit policy: RBI leaves key rates unchanged

The RBI on Tuesday also projected a growth rate of 6% for FY’10 with an upward bias.

Monsoon woes makes Citi lower GDP growth to 5.2 pc

Deficient monsoon has prompted
financial major Citigroup India to revise its growth forecast
for the country from 6.8 per cent to 5.2 per cent.

India unlikely to return to 9% GDP before 2012

India is unlikely to return to nine per cent growth rate before 2012 as the global economy is expected to take at least two more years to recover.