What explains China’s sizeable presence in India’s import basket
Centre likely to receive 30% more from infrastructure asset sale
India’s economy may have grown 22.1% in Q1, but demand is still low: RBI
The tapering of the second Covid-19 wave, coupled with an aggressive vaccination push, has brightened the near-term prospects for the Indian economy, and real gross domestic product (GDP) growth is estimated at 22.1 per cent in the April-June quarter, the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) said in its July bulletin on Thursday. Read more
Mastercard ban: These 7 lenders are going to be hit hard by RBI’s decision
Second coming of social media has a business peg: Facebook India head
Facebook Inc is making a big push to target businesses in India — from small entrepreneurs to top global brands — by leveraging its huge customer base with high engagement rates on its various social media platforms. According to data shared by the company for the first time, 416 million users in India access Facebook every month, out of which 234 million access it every day. Read more
Centre frontloads Rs 75,000 crore to states as GST compensation
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