The Narendra Modi government today widened the ambit of the Rs 3 lakh crore MSME credit guarantee scheme. The government tweaked the Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme (ECLGS) based on the demand from trade bodies.
The SBI chief said the banks had been able to absorb the shock of lockdown due to the moratorium for borrowers announced as COVID broke out
The constitutional validity of the government order on wages was challenged by several companies who had moved the Supreme Court
Sitharaman detailed the final tranche of Modi’s promised package, allowing states to raise their borrowing limit from 3% to 5% of the GSDP
Detailing a Rs 3 lakh crore part of the total package promised by the prime minister, the finance minister announced a bevvy of easy loans for MSMEs
The ePaisa POS solution caters to merchant base from all across the country with a focus to convert the offline business into online
Economist and former RBI governor Raghuram Rajan wrote a long note on his LinkedIn page, advising the Indian government how to tide over the coronavirus pandemic-hit economy
On seeing Tablighi Jamaat members who returned from the Nizamuddin Markaz quarantined, will Sonia Gandhi urge people to hit the streets again?
Finance Minister Nirmala Sitharaman today announced a Rs 1.7 lakh crore scheme to help the poor tide over the coronavirus lockdown that may cost the Indian economy Rs 9 lakh crore
By the time Prime Minister Narendra Modi addressed the nation this evening, urging citizens to fight the coronavirus disease while upholding human values and promising a “COVID-19 Economic Response Task Force”, his government had begun the response already. There was already a proposal doing the rounds of the finance ministry and revenue department to offer […]