- Oct06By FC Policy Bureau
The government has extended the minimum import price (MIP) on select steel products for another two months until December 4. This is the second such extension aimed at
- Sep30By PTI
Reserve Bank on Friday came out with a draft framework to facilitate investment in overseas technology funds which deploy money in startups overseas.
The RBI said such investments do not
- Sep29By FC Policy Bureau
Nearly 12 years after CPI leader late AB Bardhan rung in the death knell of privatisation in India, Narendra Modi-led BJP government on Wednesday picked up from where the previous
- Sep23By FC Policy Bureau
Responding to the concerns of the business community, commerce and industry minister Nirmala Sitharaman has said that tax and regulatory authorities are being asked not to go on an overdrive.
- Sep21By FC Policy Bureau
Ending the 92-year-old tradition, stretching from the colonial era, the Union cabinet on Wednesday approved merger of rail budget with the general budget, which will help cash-strapped public transporter save
By FC Policy Bureau
Industry experts have welcomed the government's decision to merge rail and union budgets but added that it could impinge on the autonomy of the national transporter.
They argued that the
As part of its budgetary reforms process, the government has expectedly decided to merge the Union and railway budget, a move that might make it easier for the government to slash populist subsidies and push through structural reforms in the chronically loss-making national transporter.
By FC Policy Bureau
In a move aimed at checking hoarding and controlling prices of pulses and edible oils, the government has decided to continue stockholding limits on traders of these commodities until September
Private port operators such as DP World, PSA and Adani Ports & SEZ could take control of more terminals at country’s 12 major ports with government reviewing the monopoly policy
- Sep20By PTI
Breaking from tradition, the general budget of the union government is likely to be presented on February 1 instead of the last day of the month, as part of an
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