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Nantoo Banerjee

Nantoo Banerjee

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The bigger picture

15 July 2019 4:15 PM GMT
As India eyes a $5 trillion economy, attention must be drawn towards its surging CAD and trade deficit, as well as a devalued currency

More than numbers

8 July 2019 4:49 PM GMT
PM can expand his Council of Ministers to 81 members, but it will sizeably raise the government’s budget expenditure without any effective return

The budget agenda

1 July 2019 4:44 PM GMT
Time to make jobs productivity-oriented, the budget focus more on development

Wake-up call for watchdogs

10 Jun 2019 3:05 PM GMT
Manufacturers spearheaded by the cement industry are freely indulging in cartel-like operations – distorting the market and hurting consumer sentiment

In Indian hands

3 Jun 2019 3:24 PM GMT
It is more advisable to revitalise strategic assets such as Air India, BSNL and MTNL than sell them to foreign players

Industrial impetus

27 May 2019 5:47 PM GMT
With a strong focus on ‘Make-in-India’, the government needs fresh policy initiative in areas of heavy industry, electronics, MSME, export and import

Exorbitant elections

20 May 2019 5:53 PM GMT
Election spending norms need to be tuned to contemporary times as current general election spending cites inflated spending

Awaiting investors

13 May 2019 5:15 PM GMT
Slow realisation of capital from stressed industrial assets has left Indian lenders concerned as bankruptcy board looks towards global investors

No more protection

6 May 2019 5:14 PM GMT
RBI’s disclosure of wilful defaulters as per SC’s directive is a step towards ensuring economic transparency

A class apart

29 April 2019 5:59 PM GMT
Massive expansion of Indian billionaires in recent years has contributed little to the country’s overall wealth and employment

A pattern of failure

22 April 2019 5:02 PM GMT
India’s open sky policy led to ‘open loot’ by promoters. Grounded airlines cost stakeholders nearly Rs. 1 trillion

Vague economic vows

15 April 2019 3:30 PM GMT
Manifestos for the Lok Sabha election have been strikingly ambitious but largely silent on economic prospects
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