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The Indian economy is ready for the next big leap.
All about 'competitive federalism'
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The advent of the GST and consent for it in both Houses of Parliament has been a significant milestone. However, for all the media hype over the GST, its effectiveness and reform strength can only be...
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On 21 June, the Government of India took a significant step towards making India the most open economy in the world. Through this reform it has allowed 100% FDI in food retail, civil aviation and 74% in private security agency and pharmaceutical businesses. This step comes at a time when the Indian start-up network is witnessing one of the hottest summer seasons of the past few years.
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Government on Tuesday allowed 100 per cent FDI through automatic route in most of e-commerce retailing, a development that will boost domestic as well as foreign players like Flipkart and Amazon. Whil...
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While most analysts may not have seen much to cheer at, when the individual pieces are taken together Budget 2016 tells a compelling story. With the limited options available to it, given upcoming state elections and pressure from the Opposition, the NDA government has presented a very solid, pragmatic, and far-sighted Budget, and not a series of ad-hoc and knee jerk reactions to pressures and temptation, as has often been the case.
NEW DELHI — The National Democratic Alliance (NDA) led government, led by Prime Minister Narendra Modi, completes one year in office on May 26. Finance Minister Arun Jaitley today held a press confere...
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