GDP

  • With a tax ratio like Rwanda, India dreams to beat China with GST: With a tax ratio like Rwanda, India dreams to beat China with GSTIndia's tax-to-GDP ratio is way below global standards. If the economy needs to accelerate growth, tax collection has to go up quite a bit. http://bit.ly/2uSowLt

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  • Tax ratio similar to Rwanda, but wants to beat China: That's India: At 16.6%, India's tax-to-GDP ratio is far less than 34.3% average for OECD members. http://bit.ly/2tPkEpt

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  • Sagarmala project to boost GDP by 2 percent: Global Ocean Group: Logistics solutions provider Global Ocean Group on Wednesday said the government#39;s ambitious Sagarmala project will add 2 percent to the country#39;s GDP. http://bit.ly/2uaPTii

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  • India#39;s GDP could rise to about $8 trillion over next 15 yrs: Arvind Panagariya: India#39;s GDP could rise to about USD 8 trillion over the next 15 years if the country registers an economic growth of 8 per cent annually. http://bit.ly/2tBvXBE

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  • Not possible to isolate note ban impact on GDP: Government: The Gross Domestic Product (GDP) of a country depends on a number of factors including monetary factors (which is partly reflected by demonetisation). http://bit.ly/2tBWnTz

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  • India's GDP could rise to about $8 trillion over next 15 years: Arvind Panagariya: Panagariya said with 8% economic growth, living standards and amenities that are taken for granted in the west will become accessible to a very large part of the population. http://bit.ly/2u5fzgc

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  • CAD to widen to 1.3% of GDP in 2017: Nomura: According to the Japanese financial services major, import demand is expected to resume once GST disruptions settle down after July. http://bit.ly/2u4e4Pa

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  • Copper inches up, extend gains on strong China GDP: Three-month copper on the London Metal Exchange was trading up 0.2 per cent, where the price hit 4-1/2-month highs. http://bit.ly/2tA4Uqp

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  • Asia markets mixed in early trade ahead of China Q2 GDP; Kospi gains 0.5%: Asia markets were mixed in early Monday trade as investors awaited the release of China second-quarter GDP. http://bit.ly/2tvRBHz

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  • Apps added Rs 1.4L-cr to India's GDP in '15-16, may contribute Rs 18L-cr by 2020: Study: 'The internet economy could contribute up to $537.4 billion to India's GDP in 2020, of which a minimum of $270.9bn could be attributed to apps,' says the study. http://bit.ly/2tTG8Vw

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  • Internet-based app services in India to contribute Rs 18 lakh crore by 2020: Internet's contribution to the country's GDP at about 5.6% in 2015-16 and is estimated to grow to nearly 16 per cent by 2020, of which Internet-based apps will contribute about half, said the study http://bit.ly/2tmX7Mz

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  • In India NPA is viewed as criminal: Arundhati Bhattacharya: The chief of SBI, which was in the process of making NPA resolutions of large corporate accounts, said that when loans were given when the GDP growth was 8.5 per cent. http://bit.ly/2taarDz

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  • In India, NPA is viewed as criminal: SBI Chief Arundhati Bhattacharya: The SBI chief, which was in the process of making NPA resolutions of large corporate accounts, said that when loans were given when the GDP growth was 8.5 percent it was not expected that the accounts would not turn bad http://bit.ly/2t9CN15

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  • India likely to clock GDP growth of 6.9 per cent this fiscal: BMI Research: According to a report by BMI Research, India's growth is expected to pick up following the negative ramifications from the demonetisation drive in November 2016. http://bit.ly/2tjJ9yd

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  • India likely to clock GDP growth of 6.9% this fiscal: Report: According to a report by BMI Research, India#39;s growth is expected to pick up following the negative ramifications from the demonetisation drive in November 2016, but weak public banks will likely cap the recovery. http://bit.ly/2tjgGbA

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