Lauding the reforms initiated by the government, the World Bank opined that India has “enormous growth potential” compared to other emerging
Prime Minister Narendra Modi has said that the recently introduced Goods and Services Tax (GST) will further improve India’s ranking in the
PM said the procedures for obtaining clearances have been simplified, archaic laws have been repealed and compliance burden has also been reduced.
Following India’s major improvement boosting 30 ranks in the ease of doing business, stock markets opened on a high with Nifty clocking past
India has the potential to grow at a reasonably high level in the next decade or two, owing to some structural changes by the government and a
World Bank chief Jim Yong Kim has called the reforms taken by Prime Minister Narendra Modi in India “significant”. “The reform
IMF chief Christine Lagarde has urged the policymakers across the member nations to take benefit of the global broad-based economic recovery and
India’s GDP may slow from 8.6 per cent in 2015 to 7.0 per cent in 2017 because of disruptions by demonetisation and the GST, the World Bank
World Bank chief said: 'There's been a deceleration in the first quarter, but we think that's mostly due to temporary disruptions in preparation
After India the other top five remittances receiving countries are China ($61 bn), the Philippines ($33 bn), Mexico ($31 bn ) and Nigeria ($22 bn).
He said Japan, Europe and the US along with India were growing and there was a levelling-out in developing countries.
Ahead of the Indus Waters Treaty talks between India and Pakistan at World Bank headquarters in Washington scheduled to begin later today, the
Noting that India is recovering from the temporary adverse effects of demonetisation, the World Bank has projected a strong 7.2 per cent growth
The International Monetary Fund (IMF) has cut India’s growth rate for the current fiscal year to 6.6 per cent from its previous estimate of