Tuesday, 25 January, 2022
TopicConsumer confidence survey

Topic: consumer confidence survey

Consumers’ confidence hits new low, but they are hopeful about next year, RBI survey shows

Consumer confidence index for current situation sank to 49.9 from 53.8 in July, but future expectation index rose about 10 points to 115.9.

Consumer confidence in India falls in Q1 of 2018, remains below pre-demonetisation levels

Consumer confidence index had seen the steepest fall post demonetisation and hasn’t come back to November 2016 level even in 2018.

Consumer confidence hits a new low, reveals RBI survey

The RBI Wednesday released the September 2017 (Q2) round of the consumer confidence survey (CCS). Key takeaways:  The survey reflects deterioration in consumer sentiments...

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Foreign secretary Harsh Vardhan Shringla meets German Navy chief Vice Admiral Kay-Achim Schönbach on 20 January. | Twitter | @MEAIndia

Why German naval chief wanted West to respect Putin & what India-China have got to do with it

Western coalition will hope Schonbach’s sacking will mollify Ukraine. US doesn’t have the stomach to fight someone else’s war and India has more than a little skin in the game.
Close-up of a computer chip | Representational image | Wikimedia commons

Why is India no electronics hub like China? Govt cites high tariffs, no subsidies as challenges

Vision Document for the electronics manufacturing industry aims for it to be worth $300 billion by 2026, notes ‘punitive duty and tax’, lack of ‘robust ecosystem’ as challenges.

Defence

File photo of Scorpene-class submarine 'INS Vela', at the Naval Dockyard in Mumbai | ANI

Kamov choppers, submarine torpedoes among deals defence ministry will review this week

Ministry is reviewing all procurement under the ‘Buy (Global)’ category, under which equipment is bought directly from foreign manufacturers, amid govt's 'Atmanirbhar' push.

Modi vs non-BJP CMs: When most popular isn’t all-powerful & why Centre-state ties will worsen

Modi’s inability to win many states, and the huge popularity his rivals enjoy there, is pushing Indian politics in a more robustly federal direction.
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