Demonetization could see India grow at its slowest pace since at least 2011, according to Societe Generale.
Philip Morris International is fighting to keep a toehold in India's tobacco market as government considers further regulations, Reuters reported.
This happened after it was discovered that the Canadian arm of Amazon was selling doormats with the Indian flag, the FT reports.
The world is heading into a period of "geopolitical recession" this year driven by ten key risks, according to Eurasia Group.
Indian Prime Minister Navendra Modi's move had been "pretty paralyzing," Harvard professor Kenneth Rogoff told CNBC.
Indian banks, led by market leader State Bank of India, announced sharp cuts to their lending rates after a recent surge in deposits.
The Reserve Bank of India has changed rules once again with regards to its demonetization drive creating further confusion among people
India's informal sector is expected to bear the brunt of the cash crunch but pains are expected to be short-term, according to S&P Global Ratings.
Hyperloop chairman and chief operating officer explains what the Elon Musk-backed company has to offer India.
Indian PM Narendra Modi trusted bureaucrat Hasmukh Adhia to keep the lid on the government's demonetization plans.
CNBC's Martin Soong takes a look at the regulatory changes being made to improve the ease of doing business in India.
India's short-term growth is expected to slow as consumption falls but experts predict a strong rebound in fiscal 2018.
One of India's most popular politicians, Jayalalithaa Jayaraman, died on Monday following a massive cardiac arrest.
Recent days have seen a reassessment of Modi's demonetization drive, which has resulted in queues of people waiting all day to withdraw cash.
President-elect Donald Trump is willing to play any role to help "fantastic" Pakistan overcome problems, PM Nawaz Sharif's office said.
Once again, data upholds India's ranking as the world's fastest-growing economy. But the South Asian giant can't retain that title for long.
Demonetization in India could set a precedent for Europe, says Taurus Wealth Advisors' Michael Preiss.
Tens of thousands of people have taken to the streets of India to protest an unusual economic policy: demonetization, Vox reports.
India’s ban on 500 and 1,000 rupee notes has opened up a new revenue stream for one Delhi-based start-up.
As India's poor pay the heaviest price for demonetization, many warn that the surprise move could hurt the ruling Bharatiya Janata Party.