Economy

Economy: Welfare, the poor and where is the money going?

It’s time again for the Budget session and the government needs to put across a vision for India that matches the expectations it has raised
MR Sivaraman Chennai 

Economy: Where are the Green Shoots?

The Savings to GDP ratio has been stagnant at about 28%, having fallen from a peak of 38.1% in 2008.  So where is the money for investment going to come from?
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi

'ISIS is really, a huge concern for China' –Andrew Small

In an interview with Hardnews, Small talks about the unrest in the middle–east and especially Syria, what it means for China and how it would determine international economic and diplomatic policies
Sadiq Naqvi Delhi

Modi government’s Moody blues

Why the improved World Bank ranking is not the real story while the Moody’s Analytics report is
Mohan Guruswamy Delhi 

Money makes this World Go Round

The institutions guiding capitalism know little why trade cycles inflict tragedies on people they are supposed to benefit
Bhupender Yadav Bengaluru

Monetary Policy: Squeezing Demand, Income and Growth for Whom?

Monetary policy exclusively focused on fighting inflation, in the contemporary Indian context, is likely to attain limited success and instead might even further squeeze growth potential
Atul Sood & Santosh Das Delhi

Inflation Targetting is Hurting

In light of Subramaniam Swamy's campaign to ensure that RBI governor Raghuram Rajan does not get a second term, Hardnews deemed it necessary to highlight an article from our archives which sheds light on the controversial inflation targetting policy of Raghuram Rajan

Make in India: Cues from the patent box

Hardnews spoke with Julian Christmas, a Taxation expert from UK, to find out why the country is an attractive investment destination and whether cases like Vodafone can happen there 

Greece: Stalling for time

Greece’s rejection of stringent ECB-IMF conditions puts the EU’s economic future into question
Hardnews Bureau Delhi 

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