US agency Fitch has projected India’s economic growth to rise to 7.3% next fiscal and further to 7.5% in 2019-20. In its Global Economic
In a strong indication of recovering Indian economy, the GDP grew at 7.2% in October-December quarter this fiscal. The growth has now pegged
In a sign of assurance on economic front, Moody’s Investors Service has estimated that India will grow 7.6 per cent in calendar year 2018 and 7.5
Prime Minister Narendra Modi promised to protect and promote investments as he sought foreign funds to boost growth, saying that India is a free
India’s economy has the potential to achieve a growth rate of more than 7-8% in view of the policy changes, accompanied by a supportive global
Benchmark Sensex zoomed 233 points to end at yet another record high on Monday after the Economic Survey said India will re-establish itself as
Union Finance minister Arun Jaitley laid in both the houses the Economic Survey of India 2017-18. Following the laying of paper, both Rajya Sabha
Lauding the reforms initiated by the government, the World Bank opined that India has “enormous growth potential” compared to other emerging
The Indian economy slowed down in 2016-17, with the gross domestic product (GDP) declining drastically from 8 per cent in 2015-16 to 7.1 per
In October, growth in the manufacturing sector, which accounts for 77.63 per cent of the index, slowed to 2.5 per cent from 4.8 per cent a year
India is expected to clock the growth rate above 7% for next two successive years, said United Nations, describing the outlook for the country as
Fitch said: Rebound was weaker than we expected, and we have reduced our growth forecast for the fiscal year to 6.7% from 6.9% in the September GEO.
Mukesh Ambani said: "By the middle of the 21st century, India's rise will be higher than China's rise. And more attractive to the world."
Eight core sectors grew at a slower pace of 4.7 per cent in October, chiefly due to subdued performance of cement, steel and refinery segments.