Economy

Indian Government Reduces Taxes for Lowest Slab to 5 Percent

Indian Government Reduces Taxes for Lowest Slab to 5 Percent

The current Indian government has been in the news after the Prime Minister launched currency demonetization on November 8 last year.

Indian Government and Central Bank Faces Tough Task of Dealing with Demand for New Money

Indian Government and Central Bank Faces Tough Task of Dealing with Demand for New Money

The Indian Central Bank has a tough task of dealing with printing of new currency after the Indian government announced demonetization of old currency on November last year.

Boris Johnson’s Brexit Comments Regarding France Stir Another Controversy

Boris Johnson’s Brexit Comments Regarding France Stir Another Controversy

Britain is asking for special treatment and the current leadership is looking forward to tough negotiations.

IMF Cuts India GDP Growth Target After Currency Demonetization

IMF Cuts India GDP Growth Target After Currency Demonetization

The International Monetary Fund has cut India’s GDP growth estimate to 6.6 percent from its earlier estimate of 7.6 percent growth.

For the Second Time Since 2000 Michigan’s Unemployment Rate Drops Below the National Average

For the Second Time Since 2000 Michigan’s Unemployment Rate Drops Below the Nati

The unemployment numbers in Michigan dropped below the national average for the second time since August 2000. The numbers surfaced with a data released by the state on Wednesday.

US Consumer Sentiment Return Indicates Strong Domestic Demand

US Consumer Sentiment Return Indicates Strong Domestic Demand

Return of the US consumer sentiment to the previous condition suggests strong domestic demand.

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