Tag: investment

PM Modi, FM & Investment: Can investor confidence be won over a Budget?

Bhagyashree Pande   These are some prominent reasons why private investors continue to be wary of the government. This government would do well to look at the 80’s and 90’s of the 20th Century, when most investments took place in India. What the government in those days did well to inspire investor confidence. For beginners

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Weak demand is the biggest problem before the world: Raghuram Rajan

Newsroom24x7 Desk London: Reserve Bank of India Governor Raghuram Rajan has pointed to aggregate weak demand as the biggest problem before the world today. Dr. Rajan was addressing the inaugural event for the ‘100 Foot Journey Club’, a collaboration between the High Commission of India and the London School of Economics, South Asia Centre here

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Stronger foreign investment regime comes into force in Australia

Newsroom24x7 Desk Melbourne : The Turnbull Government’s robust new foreign investment regime comes into force, providing stronger enforcement and a better resourced system with clearer rules for foreign investors. Treasurer of commonwealth of Australia, Scott Morrison said, ‘The Government welcomes foreign investment that is not contrary to our national interest. Without foreign investment, production, employment and

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Japanese industrial and business establishments keen to invest in MP

Newsroom24x7 Desk Tokyo: Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan concluded his 5-day Japan visit on Saturday with a visit to Hiroshima Peace Memorial built in memory of those killed in atomic bomb attack. During his 5-day Japan visit, the Chief Minister held important discussions with major Japanese institutions regarding development of Madhya Pradesh. He

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A case for Modinomics and reforms, forthcoming budget and lowering of taxes

Weekly Column: Thinking Beyond By Anoop Swarup In an earlier column I had presented a case for ‘achey din’ for the Prime Minister in view of the anticipated bonanza to the developing world, particularly India as a spin off to the global crude oil windfall. Now with the Budget Session due next month, the Direct

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