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Italy's incoming government should aim to cut its heavy public debt, the European Commission said on Wednesday, warning of a risk that financial instability in Rome could spill over.
There is another set of women who avail loan from the commercial banks and then turn to micro-finance units to find the fund to make its repayment.
Chandran’s brother Kumaran has the regret that he could not save him.
It was at the beginning of this year that Padmavathi of Vembaloor, Ariakode, jumped with her two children, aged 10 and 7, into a pond and committed suicide.
The IMF has sought transparency in debt commitments made by countries, including those under the ambitious Belt and Road Initiative (BRI) of China.
The global debt reached a record high in 2016 at USD 164 trillion, or almost 225 per cent of GDP.
India has "quite a high" debt to GDP ratio, but New Delhi is trying to lower it using "the right policies", the International Monetary Fund said
The global financial lender was apparently referring to the massive Rs 11,400-crore fraud at the Punjab National Bank in which Modi is the main accused.
Analysts link the deceleration to Beijing's efforts to rein in the country's massive debt pile and financial hazards, as well as a slowing property market.
In the event of a trade war with the United States, China could resort to devaluing its currency or dumping its massive holdings of US debt, but analysts warn both weapons could be double-edged swords
Due to increased commercial borrowing, the debt stood at USD 513.4 billion at the end of quarter ending December, recording an increase of 8.8 per cent or USD 41.6 billion over the level at March-end
It will also use larger borrowings from national small savings schemes to fund its fiscal deficit
The matter reportedly came to fore when Bairwa's brother residing in the next house did not see any of them outside the house even when colony residents had gathered at a public tap to fill water.
The Center for Global Development research evaluated the current and future debt levels of the 68 countries hosting BRI-funded projects.
Dubai businessman Saeed Al-Falasi is reported to be interested in buying Italian giants AC Milan as the club struggles with debts under new Chinese owner.