BUSINESS ECONOMICS Magazine - June 16-30, 2019
BUSINESS ECONOMICS Magazine - June 16-30, 2019
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In this issue
Modi may have won the 2019 general election bypassing the economic issues at large but now, arresting an economic slowdown and nursing back the country’s financial sector are among the crucial challenges before the nation. Indian economy has slowed down to its lowest in five years in the last fiscal and was estimated at 6.8% after a downward revision from government’s estimates of 7% last February. Economic slowdown, high unemployment rate, and agrarian crisis were not highlighted in election manifesto of the NDA. But they need to be taken seriously now. Exports are seen as a weak link in India’s economic growth story. The new government has to renew its focus on this sector and has to address the concerns of Indian export industry. Exports further need to focus on new products like food commodity and break free from traditional items so that growth is more resilient and sustainable. This will cushion our exports from global volatility and shocks in the long run.
US President Ends Preferential Trade Status For India
Few hours after Narendra Modi took oath as the Prime Minister of India for his second term, US President Donald Trump confirmed that his administration will withdraw the designation of Generalised System of Preference (GSP) from India.
Sikkim Election Results In Interesting Developments
Prem Singh Golay representing Sikkim Krantikari Morcha (SKM) has taken over as the sixth Chief Minister of Sikkim.
Raising GDP Growth And Creating More Jobs
Modi may have won the 2019 general election bypassing the economic issues at large but now, arresting an economic slowdown and nursing back the country’s financial sector are among the crucial challenges before the nation.
Modi 2.0 Should Focus On Economic Revival Of The Indian Economy
The election results this time round will be remembered for a ‘khaki’ campaign in which Modi and his supporters dominated by convincing the Indian society that an alert chowkidar can keep the country safe from terrorists, anti-nationals, and infiltrators.
Agriculture May Well Be Modi's Achilles Heel
Narendra Modi may have successfully steered his National Democratic Alliance (NDA) to a thumping victory in the recently concluded parliamentary election in India but he still needs to deliver on the agrarian front.
New Government Needs To Nurture NBFCs
The American statesman, Thomas Jefferson, and investment guru, Warren Buffet, who had between them more than a sesquicentennial era, were almost on the same page as far as a “debt” was concerned.
Goods & Services Tax (GST) – Impact Analysis And Road Ahead
Goods & Services Tax (GST), founded on the notion of one nation, one market, one tax’, is one of the most important tax reforms in the history of India. Until June 30, 2017, Indians were perpetually surrounded by a gamut of indirect taxes.
Reliance's Entry To Digitise Five Million Kirana Stores By 2023
India’s largest corporate conglomerate, Reliance Industries Ltd. (RIL), has made a strong entry into the online retailing sector by creating India’s biggest offline to online (O2O) platform.
Mumbai-Ahmedabad Bullet Train Opting E5 Shinkansen Technology
The Indian Railways and the National High-Speed Rail Corporation Limited (NHSRCL) has finalised the Japanese E5 Shinkansen technology for the implementation of 10 bullet train corridors with the total length of about 6,000 kilometres across the country.
Maneka Sanjay Gandhi, Member of Parliament (Lok Shabha)
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