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Tax avoidance, global growth to top this week’s G20 agenda

India is also expected to take up issues of black money stashed abroad as well as the issue of finding a permanent solution on food subsidies in the WTO.

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Not just by hitting sixes

So far, government has kept the scoreboard moving with singles.

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Moody’s to visit India for review of sovereign rating

FinMin says clear case for upgrade as economy on strong footing.

‘Growth story intact despite inflation woes’

On price rise, Rajan said that while inflation was off peaks, it remained high due to supply-side rigidities.

Mumbai, NCR, Pune residential prices set to rise, albeit slowly

Buyers’ sentiments have changed to positive in the last three months.

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Houses locked out amid shortages

Tier-II cities have to now face a bigger challenge as the scope for absorption There is much less than the big four metros.

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Finance Comm must allocate funds: Plan panel veterans

Former members meet sectoral experts on new planning body.

Boosted by ‘surely visible’ rebound, govt raises FY15 outlook to 5.8%

Signs of economic turnaround reflected in IIP, auto sales: Finance Secretary.

FinMin, S&P meet for ratings review

Mayaram expressed confidence that the economy would clock a growth of 5.8 per cent to 5.9 per cent this fiscal.

At 7.3%, June core sector growth hits nine-month high

DK Joshi, chief economist, Crisil, said, “Cement production is generally good when the monsoon is low.

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So many regulators

Sectoral agencies are trying to chip at the Competition Commission’s mandate, causing confusion.

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India likely to grow at 6 per cent in 2014-15: Gita Gopinath

Gita Gopinath also pitched for India’s rating upgrade and underlined the need for fiscal prudence.

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Nomura forecasts 6 pct growth for India in 2015

2016 will be a watershed year as Indian economy will start outpacing China.

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‘Inflation woes mostly self-created, no broad trend across Asia’

Even in last fiscal average interest offered by banks on term deposits lagged CPI inflation.

Budget hits right notes on governance reform

The Budget holds a few big-ticket moves as well and I am confident there will be more as the government finds its footing.

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