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Working Group On Core Investment Companies

On 6th November, 2019, Working Group (WG) on Core Investment Companies (CICs) submitted its final report to the Reserve bank of India (RBI).


Global Value Chain

Opting out of the Regional Comprehensive Economic Partnership (RCEP), will likely result in India missing out on the regional and Global Value Chains (GVC) crisscrossing this region.


India To Not Join RCEP

On 4th November, 2019, during the 3rd Regional Comprehensive Economic Cooperation (RCEP) meeting in Bangkok (Thailand), India decided not to join the RCEPuntil significant outstanding issues were resolved.


Niti Aayog’s Aspirational Districts Programme

Despite on a high economic growth trajectory, India still lags behind in terms of Human Development Index as well as reduction in the significant inter-state and inter-district variations in development.


High Level Advisory Group (HLAG) Report

Recently,Ministry of Commerce and Industry released the report of the High Level Advisory Group (HLAG).


From Cloud Computing To Edge Computing

According to a research, by 2025, companies will generate and process more than 75% of their data outside of traditional centralised data centres- that is, at the “edge” of the cloud.


14th National Health Profile, 2019

On 30th October, 2019, Ministry of Health and family Welfare released the 14th National Health Profile (NHP)-2019 & its e-book (digital version).


Committee Of Secretaries (CoS)

On 29th October, 2019, the government constituted a Committee of Secretaries (CoS) to study financial stress being faced by the telecom sector in the country.


Share Swap Ratio

Recently, seven of the 10 public sector banks slated for merger have invited independent experts to determine their share swap ratios.


Developing Country Status

Recently, South Korea decided not to seek special treatment reserved for developing countries by the World Trade Organization (WTO) in future negotiations given its enhanced global economic status.


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