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India has massively reformed its public sector banks over the last five years, Jayant Sinha, the country's minister of state for civil aviation, told CNBC on Friday.
Consolidation among India's public sector banks will make them "global, large-scale" players, says Jayant Sinha, minister of state for civil aviation in India.
India's minister of state for civil aviation, Jayant Sinha, said oil prices and the monsoon season dictate a lot of government policies in the country as well as the central bank's moves.
If oil prices remain low and if the monsoon season is strong, India can "easily" achieve growth over 8 or 9 percent, says Jayant Sinha, minister of state for civil aviation.
GMO co-founder Jeremy Grantham discusses the economic threats and opportunities coming from emerging markets such as China and India.
A Knight Frank wealth report released on Wednesday found that Asia is set to house more than a third of the world's billionaire population by 2023, with India forecast to have the biggest growth in billionaires.
Manishi Raychaudhuri of BNP Paribas says he is neutral on the Indian market in part because the country's economic growth is not translating into corporate earnings.
Rajan Mathews of Cellular Operators Association of India says the Indian government is "very keen" to ensure that the country stays on the forefront of 5G technologies.
Kingsley Jones of Jevons Global says the interests of U.S. President Donald Trump and American technology giants may align when it comes to leveling the playing field in emerging markets like China and India.
Nicholas Holt of Knight Frank discusses global real estate markets and the growth in populations of ultra-high-net-worth individuals.
The Pininfarina Battista has ten times the power of a 5-series BMW.
Riyadh is strengthening and diversifying its international relationships based on both economic and geopolitical interests.
As India and Pakistan seemingly dial down hostilities that brought the arch enemies to the brink of another war, a massive crackdown on militancy in the Indian-controlled Kashmir region is killing both militants and security personnel in big numbers.
The mountainous region of Kashmir has been a source of conflict between the two countries since their independence from British colonial rule in 1947.
As of Friday afternoon during Asian hours, planes were flying around Pakistan, with a large number of them going over the Persian Gulf, according flight tracking website Flightradar24.com.
Cameron Munter of the EastWest Institute says the responses from India and Pakistan have been "measured enough" for him to have hope that the conflict will not widen. However, he says there is "always" the problem of possible violence or attacks, especially because Pakistan may not be able to control "radical" actors.
Prijono Sugiarto of Astra International says the U.S.-China trade war and tensions between India and Pakistan will have an impact on the company because China and India are among its primary export destinations.
Former U.S. ambassador to Pakistan Cameron Munter told CNBC that India needs to solve the problem of placing a large number of troops in Muslim-majority Kashmir while Pakistan needs to do more to tackle terrorism.
Faisel Pervaiz of Stratfor says both India and Pakistan are in a "predicament" because they are trying to balance a show of strength and a desire for de-escalation of tensions.
Experts say it is likely that further military escalation from India would be met with retaliation from Pakistan. While neither country wants to go into a full-blown war, both do not want to back down from the confrontation.