Arriving Bullet Train in India

Arriving Bullet Train in India

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The Mumbai–Ahmedabad high-speed rail corridor is the first approved high-speed rail corridor in India connecting the cities of Mumbai and Ahmedabad. The project is estimated to cost Rs one lakh crores and spans a distance of 650 kms. Japan will provide $12 billion of soft loans to build India’s first bullet train, the two nations announced during a visit by […]

Chinese Economy

Chinese Economy

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Recent economic data from China suggests that Chinese economy attains some stability. Chinese economy slowly regains its rhythm after the massive stimulus measures Chinese authorities had launched soon after the summer stock market crash. China is the largest populated country with 1368 million inhabitants.  The announced infrastructure stimulus measures will help overall investment, but adjustment […]

Japanese Economic Growth

Japanese Economic Growth

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Japanese economic growth has a direct impact on other Asian economies. So all eyes are on Japan as it will release its  monthly slew of data on 25th December, the Christmas day. The Japanese economy is expected to grow about 1.7 percent in fiscal 2016 starting next April, led by recovering consumer spending and solid […]

Cisco says Investment climate in India is better

Cisco says Investment climate in India is better

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Cisco says Investment climate in India is better compared to the previous experiences.  Dinesh Malkani, President for Cisco in India added that the investment environment in the country has improved significantly in the past 18 months. It enables businesses to focus more on performance rather than worrying about factors such as an unpredictable tax regime, […]

US Fed Reserve raises interest rates

US Fed Reserve raises interest rates

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US Fed Reserve raises interest rates by 0.25% on 16th December – its first increase since 2006. The hike, announced after a meeting of the Fed Reserve’s top policy-making body on Wednesday . This move likely to make major impacts on all economies including developed and developing countries. This mean higher borrowing costs for developing economies, many of […]

Easing of Foreign Direct Investment

Easing of Foreign Direct Investment

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The easing of foreign direct investment (FDI) took pace as the central government is planning to lift the barriers from 15 sectors including construction, single-brand retail ,banking, defence, broadcasting and airlines. Even though there is criticism against liberalisation from political parties, government is taking firm steps to implement it’s decisions regarding FDI.