P&G India hit by monetary policy: CFO
“Slowing growth rates in India, largely as a result of some monetary policies, have created a bit of a liquidity squeeze, which is drying up inventory through the system,” Jon Moeller, chief financial officer, P&G, told investors on Thursday. “But we continue to grow well in India and build share.”
View: India should have friendly, sensitive foreign policy for Bhutan
Indian tourists will be required to arrange their travel through a Bhut...
Governor Shaktikanta Das sets broader financial stability as the central bank's immediate policy-making priority
He said that the focus on pr...
Draft policy to push CNG, PNG in cities
The policy is part of the Centre’s strategy to ensure a smooth passage in states for the Narendra Modi government’s plan to help 400 districts, covering 70% of the population, breathe easy by providing clean-burning CNG (compressed natural gas) and PNG (piped natural gas) services at an estimated investment of Rs 90,000 crore.
Budget wishlist: Roshini S. Jaiswal wants policies that'll stimulate demand; seeks exemption for EVs
Roshini Sanah Jaiswal, Promoter and Chief Restructuring Officer of Jagatjit Industries, wants confidence-boosting measures from Nirmala Sith...
Virus concerns weigh on European stocks ahead of ECB policy decision
The pan-European STOXX 600 index dropped 0.4 per cent at 0806 GMT.
ECB launches review that will redefine its mission and tools
"The Governing Council also decided to launch a review of the ECB’s monetary policy strategy,"
Investors want stability, predictability of policy, judicial reforms: Tech Mahindra MD and CEO C P Gurnani
He expressed concern on recent statutory levies on the telecom sector and said that judicial reforms go hand in hand with ease of doing business. In an about 12-year-old case on revenue sharing, the Supreme Court recently upheld the government's stand and broadened the definition of adjusted gross revenue (AGR) for telecommunications companies to include non-core operations.
Nature, government policies set to brighten life for sugar companies
Experts also say the government has been supporting the sector by retaining the minimum sugar price of 31 per kg and encouraging exports.
Flexi-hours in India, Denmark's 52-week paid absence: Look at parental leave policies across the world
The US, Suriname and Papua New Guinea don’t have paid leave for new parents.
Mumbai to remain open 24x7 from Jan 27: Aaditya Thackeray
Noting that London's 'night economy' was five billion pounds, state Tourism Minister Aaditya Thackeray told reporters here after the Cabinet meeting that the government's decision could help generate more revenue and jobs, in addition to the existing five lakh people working in the service sector.
View: With food and fuel consumer price index surges, it’s time to rethink the inflation target regime
Is inflation targeting right for India, and does it focus on the right target?
Central banks wake up to digital currency, create new framework with WEF
The framework is to help central banks evaluate, design and potential deploy digital currency.
BOJ raises growth forecast, signals status quo on policy outlook
The Bank of Japan nudged up its economic growth forecasts on Tuesday.
NCDEX wants govt to mandate banks to extend agri-credit only against eNWR in Budget
NCDEX said that the Commodity Transaction Tax (CTT) levied on processed agri commodities has increased impact cost of market participants.
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