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US left wondering what could have been as India setback beckons

There is a growing sense that India was more interested in getting a presidential visit than a trade deal.


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Wouldn’t expect a large fiscal stimulus in Budget: Ramiz Chelat, Vontobel Asset Management

Ramiz Chelat, portfolio manager at Vontobel Asset Management, believes a large stimulus in the budget is unlikely as the government is facing weak tax receipts and higher oil prices are putting additional pressure on the fiscal deficit. Hong Kong-based Chelat said he expects further disappointment on the macro situation in India in the next 12 months.

Didn’t want to repeat error of splurging: FM Nirmala Sitharaman

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Think of innovative ways to reduce fiscal deficit: Harsh Mariwala

Govt needs to find innovative ways of reducing fiscal deficit, says Marico ...

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