Markets

8 April 2010

General Insurance Corporation of India

The General Insurance Corporation of India was incorporated in the year 1972 under the company's act 1956 as a private company. In November 2000, the company was approved as the "Indian Reinsurer". Since then the General Insurance Corporation of India...

8 April 2010

CAC (Capital Account Convertibility) in the Indian Economy

CAC (Capital Account Convertibility) for Indian Economy refers to the abolition of all limitations with respect to the movement of capital from India to different countries across the globe. In fact, the authorities officially involved with CAC (Capital Account Convertibility)...

8 April 2010

Agriculture Insurance In India

The Agriculture Insurance Company of India Ltd.' has been working under the companies act 1956 for the agriculture insurance in India. It is working with the capital sharing from the Agriculture Insurance In India constituting four general public sector insurance...

5 April 2010

Poverty in India

 Poverty in India is a major issue. Rural Indians depend on unpredictable agriculture incomes, while urban Indians rely on jobs that are, at best, scarce. Since its independence, the issue of poverty within India has remained a prevalent concern. As...

5 April 2010

India Fiscal Sector Reforms

 India's fiscal sector reforms help to raise the rate of savings and investments in India, which further enhances the productivity of public expenditure.[br]   India's fiscal sector reforms help to raise the rate of savings and investments in India, which further...

5 April 2010

India’s Debt Situation

 India's debt situation focuses on the total amount of external debts taken by the nation in a particular year, its repayments as well as the outstanding debt amounts, if any.[br]  India's debt situation focuses on the total amount of external...

5 April 2010

India Current Account Deficit

India’s current account deficit (CAD) for Q2 2009 was $12.6 billion, as compared to $12.57 billion in the same quarter in 2008, on lower net invisible surplus. However, the deficit was twice as high as the $5.99 billion reported for...

5 April 2010

Indian External Sector

 India in 2009 witnessed a surge of FIIs hedging on the nation’s growth prospects, and bringing in over $17.46 billion in domestic equities, according to the Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) data as of December 31, 2009. This...

5 April 2010

Indian Economy Statistics

The industrial production growth rate in December 2009 showed an improvement in the industrial output, a rise of 17.6% vis-à-vis the weak growth witnessed in the previous months. Growth in December 2008 was negative. Output in mining, manufacturing and electricity...

5 April 2010

India’s Economy in 2010

India is an emerging economy which has witnessed unprecedented levels of economic expansion, alongside China, Russia, Mexico and Brazil. India is a cost effective and labor intensive economy, and has benefited immensely from outsourcing of work from developed countries, and...

5 April 2010

Indian Economic Reforms

Economic reforms in India should be viewed in terms of a number of distinct eras. Under normal conditions, economic reform in India describes the post-1991 consequences of various economic practices.[br]  Economic reforms in India should be viewed in terms of...

5 April 2010

India Economic Development

 Agriculture, services and manufacturing industries play a vital role in the development of the Indian economy. The IT outsourcing, software and call center/ BPO industries, in particular, have helped skyrocket India’s economic development in recent years.[br]  Agriculture, services and manufacturing...

29 March 2010

Indian Trade with the World

Following the liberalization policy of 1991, Indian trade and economy have registered a stupendous growth rate. Deviating from its autarky style of working, the liberalization policies opened up the gates for FDI and free trade. Indian trade with the world...