Paul Gruenwald, Chief Economist, Asia Pacific at Standard & Poor's, discusses key risk scenarios and growth opportunities for Asia in 2014.» Read More
Andre De Silva, Head of Asia Pacific Rates at HSBC says India needs to address its twin deficits and inflation pressures before easing policy. He adds that monsoon woes and power outages could add further inflationary pressures.
Prashant Ruia, CEO of the multinational conglomerate, Essar Group, spoke to CNBC as part of a weeklong series on the prospects for India's growth and investment.
Tackling high inflation remains the top priority for India’s central bank and it is the government’s responsibility to do more to spur growth in the weakening economy, Subir Gokarn, the Deputy Governor of the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) tells CNBC.
Mohit Arora, Executive Director of J.D. Power Asia Pacific says that India assures a steady return in the long term even with significant fluctuations in the short term.
Chetan Ahya, Asia Pacific and India Economist, Morgan Stanley says investors should look at countries that are creating domestic demand on a sustainable basis because that will be the key to growth over the longer term.
Prashant Ruia, Group CEO, Essar Group welcomes recent moves by India's government to speed up its approval process. He adds that more needs to be done to truly regain investor confidence.
Chetan Ahya, Asia Pacific and India Economist, Morgan Stanley says India needs to encourage business investments. He adds that the government will have to control the country's fiscal deficit.
Chetan Ahya, Asia Pacific & India Economist, Morgan Stanley thinks Asia needs to look inwards to tap domestic demand instead of relying on Europe, the U.S. He says consumption will be a source of domestic demand for China.
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Vishnu Varathan, Market Economist, Mizuho Corporate Bank and Rahul Bajoria, Regional Economist, Barclays discuss the challenges facing India as its economy expands at its slowest pace in almost a decade.
The weak Indian rupee has impacted earning s at Standard Chartered Bank and India needs to exercise some “fiscal control” with regards to the currency, Jaspal Bindra, CEO Asia for Standard Chartered, said on Thursday.
India has replaced China as the world’s largest arms buyer, accounting for 10 percent of all arms purchases during the past five years, the New York Times reports.
First it was corruption of staggering proportions, then an ill-conceived tax to claw back capital gains from foreign companies; that was followed by slowing growth and a swooning rupee. Now a power blackout in India has left 700 million people without electricity.
With a drier-than-hoped monsoon season, power outages threatening to cripple large parts of the economy, high interest rates and inflation, India’s growth story has faltered this year.
India is crippled by a blackout for a second day in a row, with CNBC-TV 18's Shereen Bhan.
India's second blackout in two days cuts power for over half a billion citizens. CNBC's Bob Pisani and Jane Wells discuss.
Sanjeev Prasad, Senior Executive Director & Co-Head, Institutional Equities, Kotak Securities thinks the RBI will leave rates and the CRR unchanged. He says investors should remain defensive in the short term.
Robert Prior-Wandesforde, Director, Asia Economics, Credit Suisse says the weaker-than-usual monsoon season in India could have a huge impact on food price inflation, which would pose a risk for growth.
A weak monsoon this year, which is threatening India’s already slowing economic growth while fueling inflation, could put the central bank in a quandary ahead of its policy review meeting on Tuesday, experts tell CNBC.
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