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Government should ease the process of getting clearances for starting a new business: Anil Agarwal, chairman Vedanta Resources
The founder chairman of Vedanta Resources, who had flown down from London where he resides for the Award show, said that it baffles him to see one private sector bank have $25 billion of market capitalisation while Canara Bank has only a fraction of that market capitalisation, despite both the banks having similar clientele.
ET Awards 2019: Government responded in time to developments in September quarter, says Sitharaman
The September quarter saw growth slip to a...
ET Awards 2019: Raising a toast to India Inc’s best and brightest
Amit Shah, Nirmala Sitharaman and Piyush Goyal to address the audience at I...
ET Awards: Want 30% pie beyond food delivery, says Swiggy
Swiggy & rival Zomato were burning $30-40 million monthly on discounts, the latter is looking ahead now.
ET Awards 2019: Not drawing up contingency plan, says HUL's Sanjiv Mehta
“We are not creating a strategy for recession now. As a business, we are ready for the demand to pick up and it is not that we are putting the shutters down,” said HUL chairman. “The slowdown has to first slow. Then you have to stop slowing down. And then you have to reverse. So, at this stage, it is difficult to predict whether we have reached the bottom or not.”
ET Awards 2019: Here're the winners
The winners were bound by a common thread — they were all bold, ambitious and committed to creating a better society.
ET Awards 2018: Nitin Gadkari, Piyush Goyal, Nirmala Sitharaman among speakers
Views of key NDA ministers are likely to be even more interesting as political debate on economy hots up.
Mumbai lines up for power-packed ET Awards event
The timing of the 2018 awards ceremony adds special significance to what Modi government’s key ministers will say — the state of the economy is a hot button issue right now, with elections in full swing.
Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu among star speakers at ET Awards 2018
The vice-president will be one of the heavyweights in a weighty panel of speakers. And this year, expect an extra and large dash of glamour, too, at India’s premier corporate awards event.
Coalition of rivals never works: Arun Jaitley
The country had a coherent economic policy only when there was strong leadership, said FM Arun Jaitley
ET Awards 2018: Don’t throttle growth by squeezing liquidity, says FM Arun Jaitley
The govt has been pushing RBI to do more to ease liquidity and spur credit offtake to bolster growth.
ET Awards 2018: ‘Loot and Scoot’ model damaged banks, says Vice-President Venkaiah Naidu
“Freebies are not a solution. It is important to improve living conditions, create opportunities, reach the unreached, fund the unfunded and recognise the unrecognised — that is the way forward,” Naidu said during his keynote address at the Economic Times Awards for Corporate Excellence.
Finance minsiter Arun Jaitley to be star speaker at ET Awards
The finance minister will deliver the keynote address at ET Awards, speaking to an audience chock-a-block with India Inc’s most influential, who will be keen to hear and analyse his every word.
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