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  • Flush with cash, Indian companies eye capex, investment push October 22, 2021
    Executives of big business groups confirmed that investments were on the rise following the abatement of the pandemic.
  • India hopeful of early outcome on TRIPS waiver proposal at WTO October 21, 2021
    India and South Africa had last year proposed waiver of certain provisions of copyrights, industrial designs, patents and protection of undisclosed information in the Trade-Related aspects of Intellectual Property Rights (TRIPS) agreement for prevention, containment or treatment of Covid-19. It is now sponsored by 64 WTO members.
  • All indicators pointing towards sharp economic recovery: Piyush Goyal October 21, 2021
    Piyush Goyal said forex reserves have constantly grown from USD 433 billion in September 2019 to USD 638 billion in September this year, while FDI inflows in the first four months of the current fiscal rose by 62 per cent, which is higher than the corresponding figure last year.
  • India's strong external position to keep taper tantrum at bay October 21, 2021
    Foreign portfolio investors have put in a net of $273 million in the four trading sessions through a combination of instruments-equity, debt, voluntary retention route (VRR) as well as the hybrids, since the FOMC meeting on October 12, data from NSDL shows.
  • With recovery widening, Icra sees Q2 GDP at 7.7% October 21, 2021
    The economic recovery has widened in Q2 as the crisis wrought by the second wave has abated, with a larger number of sectors bettering their pre-pandemic performance, relative to Q1, Icra Rating chief economist Aditi Nayar said in a note on Thursday.