NEW DELHI: The government is keen on sticking to the fiscal deficit target for the year and will look for ways to make up for any revenue shortfall that could hinder this plan. The thinking at the highest level of the government is that the fiscal deficit target of 3.2% of GDP for FY18 should be met, though there can be some relaxation in the consolidation roadmap beyond that.“There seems to be some discomfort about letting go fiscal goals...
NEW DELHI: The government is keen on sticking to the fiscal deficit target for the year and will look for ways to make up for any revenue shortfall that could hinder this plan. The thinking at the highest level of the government is that the fiscal deficit target of 3.2% of GDP for FY18 should be met, though there can be some relaxation in the consolidation roadmap beyond that. "There seems to be some discomfort about letting go fiscal goals...
Suresh Prabhu is confident of domestic investment picking up soon and that global interest in India’s investment story is unprecedented. He tells ET an interview that the govt is fixing regulatory challenges but issues on taxation remain. Edited excerpts: Alot of our investment is driven largely by FDI. You have been interacting with domestic industry. What sense are you getting? When can we see them investing? What are you telling them? There are two-fold issues related to domestic investment.
Politics in the country touched a new low today. When will Saraswati Mata open the eyes of those who are still looking for "Development" a.k.a. #Vikas? How long will you be fooled, dear Indians? #Somnath
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