EEPC-Daily-Newsletter
Monday, 29-Nov-2021#

Overseas flights to regularise on Dec 15

Business Standard · 27 Nov 2021

Around 20 months after flights were suspended due to the pandemic, the government has announced opening scheduled international passenger flights from December 15...

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Falling steel prices a short-term blip: Firms

Business Standard · 27 Nov 2021

After an increase in the beginning of the month, steel prices in the trade segment have weakened...

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Tata in talks with 3 states for $300-mn semiconductor unit

Business Standard · 27 Nov 2021

Tata group is in talks with three states to invest up to $300 million to set up a semiconductor assembly and test unit...

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Offtake in metros lifts credit growth in H1FY22

Business Standard · 27 Nov 2021

The rise in credit growth during the current financial year (FY22) has been led by a gradual revival in lending by banks in metropolitan centres, signalling a broad-based economic recovery...

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Govt mulling phased manufacturing plan for AC industry: DPIIT Secretary

The Hindu BusinessLine · 27 Nov 2021

PLI scheme for white goods gets ‘overwhelming’ response from industry...

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Coal India likely to see lower sales via e-auction

The Hindu Business Line · 27 Nov 2021

Coal India Ltd is likely to register lower sales through e-auction route due to higher supplies to the power sector, which has been reeling under the pressure of lower stocks. The average realisation through the e-auction platform is howeve...

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Rupee dives 37p to end one-month low on new Covid variant worry

Financial Express · 27 Nov 2021

THE RUPEE ON Friday plunged by 37 paise or 0.50% against the US dollar to Close at a nearly month's low of 74.89 as investors turned...

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TN plans EV supply chain cluster in Coimbatore

The Hindu Business Line · 28 Nov 2021

The Tamil Nadu government plans to create an electric vehicle cluster in Coimbatore in order to facilitate development of electric motors and associated parts as the State seeks to be at the forefront of EV manufacturing in the country....

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Economists peg Q2 GDP growth at 7-9%

Business Standard · 29 Nov 2021

India’s economy grew in the range of 7-9 per cent in the second quarter (Q2) of the current fiscal year (2021-22, or FY22), against a contraction of 7.4 per cent in the corresponding period of the previous fiscal year,...

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US softens stand, but FTA uncertainties far from over

Business Standard · 29 Nov 2021

The US seems to have given up its rigid stand under the Biden administration to forge congenial relations with India....

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Five Focus Areas Can Further Enhance Indo-Bangladesh Ties: Piyush Goyal

The Economic Times · 29 Nov 2021

Commerce and Industry Minister Piyush Goyal on Sunday suggested five focus areas including trade, connectivity, health and tourism for further enhancing economic ties between India and Bangladesh....

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MC12 delay gives time for entrenched positions' review

Business Standard · 29 Nov 2021

On Friday, the World Trade Organisation (WTO) indefinitely postponed its 12th Ministerial Conference (MC12) after the discovery of new Covid-19 variants led several governments to impose travel restrictions that would have prevented many tr...

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Govt's expenditure budget for FY22-23 likely to remain flat

Business Standard · 29 Nov 2021

There will be no significant rise in the expenditure budget of the government for FY23 from the levels of FY22. Also the worrying note here is that, along with the Centre, states too have slipped up on their capital expenditure so far....

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55 pharma companies qualify for Rs15,000-crore PLI scheme

The Hindu Business Line · 29 Nov 2021

As many as 55 companies have qualified for the production linked incentive (PLI) scheme for the pharmaceutical sector. The list includes such big players as Sun Pharmaceuticals, Cipla, Dr Reddy’s Laboratories, Glenmark Pharmaceuticals, Wock...

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