RBI rate cuts evade India’s real economy

Rajan unhappy at lenders as policy transmission breaks down

World Bank: Stress test

Facing increasing competition and beset by criticism, what next for the institution?

Modi must tame the tax system in India

Capricious corporate taxation risks holding back the quest for growth

India pickles no longer preserve of SMEs

Delhi scraps 1950s rules limiting production to small industry

Australia and India hold rates steady

RBA maintains 2.25% while RBI notes weak transmission of past cuts

Emerging markets: The great unravelling

Developing economies are suffering their biggest capital outflows since the financial crisis

India: At the coalface

Failure to boost energy supplies will hurt Modi’s goal of turning India into a manufacturing force

Modi tries to shake off ‘anti-poor’ label

Indian PM gives ground to critics on land reform and retroactive tax

Conservative values deny India women jobs

Political elites do not see the division of labour, with most women at home, as a policy problem

China: With friends like these

Beijing has lent billions to spread its influence, but as defaults loom its approach is shifting

IMF warns India on women’s exclusion

Lagarde says lack of female workers a ‘huge missed opportunity’

Asian central banks in rate cut rush

Despite common threads, each country has its own reasons for move

India has a chance to excel on growth

If the government persists with reforms the economy should revive

Modi starts Indian Ocean charm offensive

Visits aimed at reasserting New Delhi’s interests over Chinese influence in region

Growth in China and India must add up

By overstating their economic performance they risk credibility

India makes second rate cut

RBI decision at unscheduled meeting follows global easing moves

Audacity in India

There is more to the budget that meets the eye

Budget that bodes well for Indian growth

Modi’s government must now ensure effective implementation

Investors optimistic about Modi budget

India to slow pace of fiscal consolidation and focus on infrastructure

India plans $137bn rail investment

Five-year plan to transform the country’s huge but ageing network


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