With Bank Indonesia raising interest rates, more economists are betting the Reserve Bank of India will do the same.
According to the Bank for International Settlements, the U.S. dollar credit to non-bank borrowers in developing countries reached $3.7 trillion at the end of last year.
JSW and Tata Steel have planned to expand their own facilities, while aiming to snap up some of the distressed assets for sale under India’s new bankruptcy laws.
After Walmart's $16 billion investment in Flipkart, the largest internet retailer's move of recruiting these unlikely suppliers is a sign of the fierce battle raging globally.
Changes that force vessels to consume lower sulphur fuels in 2020 will lead to a boom in middle distillate products, triggering crude demands.
As the Chinese initiative is primarily for Beijing to exert its influence over the region, investors are not seeing much possibility of financial returns.
GFG sees major opportunities in India despite challenges with regulation and infrastructure, will continue to pursue three deals under the sell-off of assets prompted by bankruptcy law, said executive chairman Gupta.
The Mumbai bench of National Company Law Tribunal has placed Anil Ambani's Reliance Communications Ltd. under insolvency proceedings. This will prevent Anil Ambani from selling RCom's airwaves, towers, and fiber assets to his elder brother's company.
With BJP leading in 104 of the 222 seats that voted 12 May, the election may result in a hung assembly, paving the way for the JD(S) to play kingmaker in forming a coalition government.