Make in India for auto sector - Sugato Sen, Pioneer
In recent times, ‘Make in India’ for the automotive sector has caught the imagination of the world. However, a look at the past will enrich all by the captivating journey of the automotive industry that began a long time ago. Before the economic liberalisation, before the licensing raj, even before India attained Independence.
GST: A tax reform that’s paying off - VS Krishnan, Business Line
One year is probably a good time to evaluate the performance of GST (Goods and Services Tax). At the same time, it is also too short a period for all the advantages of GST to manifest fully. Two advantages of GST were commonly touted: better tax compliance; and revenue buoyancy.
India is middle income now: Raise the poverty line - Surjit S Bhalla, Indian Express
Today is June 30, a very important day for poverty data junkies. Today is the last day of the NSSO Consumer Expenditure Survey (NSSO-CE) for the period July 2017 to June 2018. The NSSO-CE surveys form the basis of calculations of absolute poverty, an important and political economic variable in India.
Use derivatives with caution - Hima Bindu Kota, Pioneer
Risks faced by firms can be divided into three categories: Market, commercial and external events. Market risks relate to price movements in financial markets and include interest rate risk, foreign exchange risk and commodity price risk. In many cases, such exposures can be managed using financial derivatives. Commercial risks are inherent in the operation of the firm and are generally subject to a certain extent, to managements control or influence.
How to grow GST in year 2 - Rashesh Shah, Times of India
Almost one year back, at the stroke of the midnight hour, India ushered in a new era and awoke to a ‘one country one tax’ regime. The introduction of the Goods and Services Tax (GST) on July 1, 2017 has been not only the biggest indirect tax reform, but also a landmark in the country’s taxation history.
Air India: Government barking up wrong tree - VK Bahuguna, Pioneer
The Indian Government extended the last date for the receipt of Expression of Interests for Air India’s disinvestment due to a lukewarm response. Air India was once one of the preferred airlines all over the world when late JRD Tata established it in 1932 and over time, under his visionary leadership, it made a brand name for itself.
Decoding the moves of Amazon, Walmart - Suresh Srinivasan, Business Line
It is being speculated that Amazon may take a minority stake in Kishore Biyani’s Indian retail business, part of the Future group. Analysts and popular press were quick to point out that since Walmart, Amazon’s global rival, acquired a majority stake in Flipkart, Amazon is retaliating to make inroads into the ‘offline’ retail sector to remain competitive in India.
Is India’s gold rush coming to an end? - Aarati Krishnan, Business Line
Five years ago, any sign of weakness in the Rupee would have been the cue for RBI officials, Ministers and sundry economic commentators to lash out at Indian households for their unreasonable and unpatriotic love for gold.
What SBI Q4 results say about the Indian economy and the bank - Aparna Iyer, Mint
The earnings of State Bank of India (SBI), the country’s largest lender, are a good reflection of how the Indian economy fared and what the outlook is for the coming year. After all, the lender is responsible for more than a quarter of the bank loans given in the country.
Some good, some bad news for the economy - Shivaji Sarkar, Pioneer
The world economy is in turmoil as crude oil prices touched a new-high since 2014 in the wake of America’s rejection of the Iran nuclear deal. Rupee suffered yet another blow to plunge a new low against a surging dollar — a phenomenon that has occurred for the 11th time since 1983. Inflation too is expected to rise further.
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