China's crude steel output rose 1.8 per cent to 70.5 million tonnes in May from a year ago, the second time production topped 70 million tonnes this year, government data showed on Monday.
Japanese policymakers have tried to discourage speculative gains in the yen, because this tends to reduce exporters' earnings and increase deflationary pressure by lowering import prices.
Cong wants rate ceiling specified; Govt hopes to push Bill in monsoon session
The Congress wants an 18 per cent cap on the tax to be charged, scrapping of the proposal to levy an additional 1 per cent surcharge apart from the Bill to specify formation of a GST Disputes Settlement Authority.
Jain on Tuesday said credit penetration in India is very low and banks are not capable of growing as rapidly as they need to.
Sinha said while EMs have secured a seat at the International Organisation of Securities Commission ( IOSCO) and other policy fora, they are yet to get a say on policy issues.
NITI Aayog releases report investigating financing aspects of the 175 GW target.
The ED is currently investigating the alleged Rs 900 crore IDBI bank loan case against Mallya.
GST collected by the e-commerce operators shall be paid to the government within 10 days after the end of the month in which the collection is made.
New scheme is seen as a win-win for both the lenders and beleaguered corporate entities.
Improved utilisation of built-up area at airport complexes could lead to increase in non-aeronautical revenues for the operators.
The government is redoubling its efforts to scale up the share of the hydro energy sector in the country’s overall energy mix. Two new sub-committees have been formed to specifically look at ironing out the legal and regulatory framework that is throttling the sector.
Senior CPM leader and former state finance minister Asim Dasgupta said the Centre has done a lot of talks and it now needs to act.
State-owned GAIL Ltd is spearheading the talks, which follow a similar attempt in 2013, on India's behalf.
PNB has added eight defaulters to its February list to take the number of wilful defaulters to 913 as on March 31, 2016.
The new proposals by the government are: A cap on exorbitant air ticket cancellation fee, a hike in compensation five-fold to Rs 20,000 for denied boarding and steep reduction in excess baggage fee.
The move comes after SRF Ltd, the sole producer of the chemical in India, had filed an application alleging dumping of the product from China.
The company's stock jumped 7.76 per cent to settle at Rs 5.14 on BSE, and at NSE, the shares surged 8.42 per cent to close at Rs 5.15.
The truck and buses Manufacturer plans to invest Rs 700 crores for new ICV segment and LCVs, further in HCV the company has invested about Rs 1000 crore.
Falling asset prices and competitive bidding for new power purchase agreements (PPAs) can however expose renewable energy assets to volatility of returns on investments, S&P said.