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Black money: Switzerland finds India's data security laws 'adequate' for auto-sharing banking info

The notification follows hectic parleys between India and Switzerland for introduction of AEOI (Automatic Exchange of Information) under guidance of G20, OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development) and other global organisations.

73 per cent Indians have trust in PM Modi's government: Report

Around 30 per cent people have faith in US government, the report says, while PM Theresa May's government in Britain enjoys a confidence of 41 per cent people.

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Global growth headed for six-year high: OECD

That estimate for 2017 was not only a slight improvement from its last estimate in March for 3.3 percent growth, but it would also be the best performance since 2011.

Brazil seeks to join OECD despite political crisis

Temer hopes OECD membership would help attract foreign investment to an economy still struggling to pull out of its worst recession, the two government sources said. Brazil's government also announced a $20 billion investment fund for infrastructure projects with the Chinese government.

Panama Papers: India to attend OECD meet in Paris

OECD seeks to firm up cooperation between countries in wake of Panama Paper leaks.

Indian economy to grow robustly at 7.4% next fiscal: OECD

The Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development (OECD) has raised India's growth forecast compared to 7.3 per cent expansion projected in November 2015.

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Estimating farm subsidies

China has overtaken the US to be the world’s largest provider of support to its agriculture.

OECD unveils global measures on taxation

The measures come even as India has enacted a new black money law to deal with illegal overseas assets following huge political uproar

Worldwidemiddle class more promise than reality

The Pew study also follows the release of IMF and the OECD separate research papers that shows trickle down approach to the creation of wealth are not working across the globe.

Educating India

House panel’s recommendation to reevaluate ‘no detention policy’ is an opportunity for a larger rethink

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