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Given the political and economic complexity, getting out of the present situation will not be easy

 

What do the latest third quarterly gross domestic product numbers indicate regarding the impact of demonetisation? 

 

Unlike the ‘Economic Survey’ proposal, the idea behind a universal basic income is one of redistribution

 

RBI’s obstinate refusal to cut policy rates, and the moving of its policy stance from neutral to accommodative, is not based on economic logic. Both headline and core inflation data argue for a rate cut

 
Energy Efficiency Services Ltd (EESL) has received cumulative orders from Sri Lanka, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Nepal for about 25 million LED lamps. It is also in talks with leading banks in India for replacing air-conditioning at their ATMs.     
 

Demonetisation shows India’s social welfare measures like MGNREGS to be worryingly patchy

 

The committee is now aiming to reach a position where it is able to maintain inflation close to 4%

 
Not just a tax change, it is being looked at as a business transition—and that means CEOs must get it right  
 

It is surely incorrect to view India's demonetization exercise as an instance of monetary policy. Monetary policy à la economics addresses issues linked to gross domestic product, unemployment, inflation and so on. India demonetized, however, to curb corruption. The policy may well find success, in which case the government will rightfully deserve to be praised.

 

Both the public sector and the private enterprises must constructively engage with each other to promote key development schemes for the people’s benefit.

 


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