Keyword : Ease Of Doing Business

India procures 20% of GDP publicly: World Bank

South Asia has the highest share of public procurement in GDP, at 19.3%; followed by sub-Saharan Africa at 14.9%. “India procures 20% of GDP publicly, Pakistan 19.8%. East Asia has the lowest

Business goes north

Tyre manufacturer MRF (originally Madras Rubber Factory), which enjoys instant brand recall thanks to the presence of its logo on cricket superstar Virat Kohli’s bat, figures among the most p

Here’s why India did so well in ease of doing business

India carried out a number of reforms that helped the country dramatically improve its rankings by 30 spots to 100th position in the

The cost of Ease of Doing Business ranking

The ‘Ease of Doing Business’ report of the World Bank could not have come at a better time for the NDA government. The first anniversary of demonetisation, where everything from plannin

FDI policy further liberalised

The foreign direct investment (FDI) policy has been further liberalised. The union cabinet chaired by prime minister Narendra Modi has given its approval to a number of amendments in

Common man, don’t worry: Budget promises ‘Ease of Leaving’

The budget promises to make it easier for the common man too – easier to leave, though it is not clear leave what.

Land digitisation and India

The World Bank’s Ease of Doing Business report 2019 ranks India at 166 out of 190 countries in ‘Registering Property’, lower from last year’s ranking of 154. This, in spite

‘Media worst affected with massive job losses’

Coming down heavily on the government for economic de-growth and job losses, Congress national spokesperson Supriya Shrinate has said that even before the Covid pandemic struck, the economy  h

MP, AP first states to win rewards of reforms

Madhya Pradesh and Andhra Pradesh have become the first group of states to complete three out of the four citizen-centric reforms stipulated by the department of expenditure, ministry of finance. T

Visionary Talk with Shehzad Poonawalla On the State of Current Affairs





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