India has worked on fundamentals, but problems needs to be addressed: IMF
Georgieva said India has seen a very strong growth over the past years. However, like the rest of the world, India is experiencing a slowdown. So slightly over six per cent is what we expect to see in 2019, the IMF managing director said.
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India to be high middle income economy by 2047: World Bank CEO
The World Bank CEO also said the GST reform creates an incredible opportunity for India to grow through unified internal market.
World Bank CEO Kristalina Georgieva rides Mumbai local, extends $1billion loan
“Farmers who don’t even contribute to the climate change are most vulnerable to climatic changes and through these projects we are trying to reduce their vulnerability,” said Georgieva.
World Bank CEO to inspect Mumbai suburban rail system
"I am keen to learn more as India is a laboratory for the world to learn about what works in development and to find new ways to collaborate," Georgieva said.
China wants US trade deal but 'not afraid' to fight: Xi Jinping
It is rare for Xi Jinping to speak so directly about the trade war and his comments come two days after Donald Trump complained that Beijing had not made sufficient concessions so far, making him reluctant to conclude a bargain. Trump on October 11 announced a "phase one" deal resolving important US grievances about Chinese trade and currency practices.
Effect of global 'slowdown' is 'more pronounced' in India: IMF chief
While the need for international cooperation is going up, the will to engage is falling, IMF chief rued.
Investors take cover as gold ETFs post longest run in a decade
The total stash now stands less than 35 tons away from a record set in 2012.
Gold ETFs in limelight. Should you invest?
In the heart of billions of Indians, gold has always carried high emotional value, as it is passed down to family generations and strengthens bonds.
Ravi Shankar Prasad cites success of three films to deny economic slowdown
The minister also dubbed "wrong" the NSSO report which had pegged unemployment at 45-year high in 2017.
Is the world economy sliding into first recession since 2009?
Debate over how close the world is to its first recession since 2009 may start swirling.
Market Movers: What changed for D-Street while you were sleeping
Here’s breaking down the pre-market actions.
Recession in US? Investors eye Jerome Powell’s two speeches for cues
US Fed's Powell speaks on Tuesday in Denver and the following day in Kansas City.
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