Despite Pandemic, India On Track To Have 8 Unicorns By End Of 2020
A TiE Delhi-NCR and Zinnov report noted that around 75 per cent of start-ups are gradually recovering post lockdown
The Govt Wants You to Spend; Announces Festival Advance to Boost Consumer Spending
To encourage consumer spending, Sitharaman announced two schemes- a leave travel concession (LTC) cash voucher and special festive advance-mainly aimed at benefitting central government employees
The Post COVID-19 Recovery Will Take Some Time: InnoVen Capital's Ashish Sharma
COVID-19 has proven to be a turning point bringing about transformation for investors, startups and entrepreneurs
COVID-19 Threw Away Our Traditional Wisdom: Dr. Viral V. Acharya
Reserve Bank of India's former deputy governor and Indian economist talks about the role of micro entrepreneurs in nation building and how financial institutions can play a crucial role, especially during the pandemic
Covid-19 Led GDP Contraction of India Steepest Among Major Economies
In comparison to the G7 nations-France, Italy, Japan, Germany, the US, Canada and the UK- India has reported steepest fall in economic growth in the April-June quarter of this fiscal year
India GDP Records Worst Historic Contraction of 23.9% in April-June Quarter
Though largely along the lines of market expectations, this contraction is the biggest ever on record and the first contraction since the government started releasing quarterly GDP numbers in FY 1997-98
Whose Loan Is It Anyway? The Indian Supreme Court's Turncoat On 'Financial Creditors'
The narrowing of the definition of financial creditors has threatened the position of guarantors and those who lend basis security
How Proper Implementation Of Loan Restructuring Plan Will Help Corporate And MSME Sectors
Though to contain the effect, the government announced a relief package of over INR 20 lakh crore, but the elongated impact of the COVID-19 has a spiral downward impact on the economic activity
COVID-19 and Lockdown: Impact on MSMEs and Expectations From Government
With adverse outcomes looming large on the economy, government intervention and relief measures are the need of the hour to minimise the damage being caused to industry, economy and livelihood of many.
Coronavirus: The Shift From Fear Of Supply To Fear Of Demand
While the global financial market is taking a major hit due to the COVID-19 fear, the risk of a recession is relatively low for the Indian financial market.
Coronavirus: World Bank Announces $1 Billion Emergency Financial Aid For India
The aid will support better screening, contact tracing, and laboratory diagnostics and help in procuring personal protective equipment as well as setting up new isolation wards.