The Telegraph
Saturday , August 12 , 2017

Inflation cue to rate cull

The government today pitched for cuts in lending rate as the rate of inflation was running low.   | Read..

Case for GST on health, education

The mid-year economic survey has made a strong case for widening the ambit of the goods and services tax (GST) to cover sectors that the states refused to fold into the...   | Read..

IT jobs under attack

Job losses in the information technology sector are likely to grow in the coming years with increased automation, protectionism and barriers to trade.   | Read..

Aviation hubs to win traffic

The economic survey has asked the government to build airline hubs in India which could compete with the hubs in the UAE and South East Asia that were taking away Indian...   | Read..

Asset woe mars SBI show

The State Bank of India (SBI) today reported a sharp spike in its non-performing assets (NPAs) for the quarter ended June 30, 2017, even as its consolidated net profit...   | Read..

New-look Complan on shelves

The Indian arm of Kraft Heinz - the American food and beverages major - aims to increase its market share in milkfood drinks with the introduction of a new version of its...   | Read..

Six more out of shell list

The Securities Appellate Tribunal (SAT) today lifted trading restrictions on six more firms whose names had figured in Sebi's list of suspected shell companies.   | Read..

Dollar in JV with Pepe Jeans

City-based hosiery maker Dollar Industries has formed an equal joint venture with Pepe Jeans to manufacture and market a premium range of innerwear in India.   | Read..

Industry slips in GST run-up

Industrial output contracted by 0.1 per cent in June, partly on account of retailers reducing their stocks before the implementation of the GST.   | Read..
Inflation cue to rate cull

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