NEW DELHI – India's consumer inflation in July rebounded from a record-low due to costlier vegetables, government data showed Monday. The benchmark consumer-price index rose 2.36% from a year earlier, quicker than June's 1.46% increase, which was the lowest reading since the index was introduced in 2012. The modest rise would diminish the odds of further rate cuts by the country's central bank, which has predicted price pressures will intensify over the rest of the year.
NEW DELHI – India's exports grew 3.9% from a year earlier to $22.54 billion in July, government data showed Monday. That marked the eleventh straight-month of increase, although it was slightly slower than June's 4.4% rise. Imports rose 15.4% to $33.99 billion, widening the trade deficit to $11.45 billion from $7.76 billion a year earlier. The data would increase concerns about the economy that is finding it hard to gain momentum amid weak domestic investment and slowing exports growth.
NEW DELHI—India's finance minister and the central bank governor tried to calm investors Thursday by reiterating that India doesn't plan to introduce capital controls, a fear that had hurt the Indian currency this week. "There was, and is, no intention to introduce any type of capital control, including controls on repatriation," Finance Minister Palaniappan Chidambaram told reporters at a news briefing in New Delhi....
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Selecting a term
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