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
Battling criticism over the economy, the government stressed that India’s economy is strong and is set to achieve heights in future. Union
India has called for urgent revision of the quota of International Monetary Fund in favour of dynamic emerging market so as to reflect the ground
Days after the International Monetary Fund lowered its growth forecast for the current and the next year, IMF chief Christine Lagarde has said
India carried out key structural reforms at the right time — when the growth rate was high — and it will serve the country well in
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
IMF has underlined the need to create a more inclusive global trading system amidst the signs that the developed countries preferred protectionism.
Urging policymakers to take advantage of the improving global outlook, the IMF urged them to avoid complacency by addressing rising medium-term
The IMF Tuesday lowered India's growth projection to 6.7 per cent in 2017, 0.5 percentage points less than its previous two forecasts.
Eurozone ministers struck a long-delayed bailout deal with Greece to unlock badly needed rescue cash. After hours of talks in Luxembourg IMF
India’s growth is expected to rebound to 7.2 per cent in the 2017-18 fiscal and 7.7 per cent in 2018-19 after disruptions caused by
The Goods and Services Tax regime to be implemented in India from July 1 will help raise India’s medium-term growth to above eight per