Successive industrial revolutions have brought unimaginable changes in the process of development.
Co-chairman of ICC Odisha State Council MK Gupta said public investments need to be stepped up substantially for accelerating agricultural growth of the State.
As Hosur is emerging as an electronics hub of TN there is a need for a well-developed infrastructure with a 10-15 year long term growth perspective.
Mekapati Gowtham Reddy strived for the industrial development of the State ever since he assumed charge as Minister for Industries in June 2019.
The extension of the Emergency Credit Line Guarantee Scheme could help the hospitality and related services, that are yet to regain their pre-pandemic level of business.
Focus on clean energy, infrastructure, agriculture, MSME, education, digital economy, hospitality and transportation logistics will help the growth of the economy, opine bankers.
Union budget 2022 scheduled on February 1 could be the right time to build on hope by ushering in the changes required to help MSMEs.
The lower-budgeted expenditure on MGNREGA for fiscal 2022 compared to fiscal 2021 thus raises concerns of the equitable nature of growth to be sustained.
“National Small Industries Corporation Ltd conducted an online survey in Aug 2020, covering around 5,774 MSMEs in 32 states/UTs to assess impact of Covid on MSMEs.
The Odisha Industrial Infrastructure Development has allocated six acre of land for a common facility centre of the cluster and eight acre for the special purpose vehicle created for the project
This also marks SIDBI's launch of a paperless journey to its customers from on-boarding to the disbursal stage.
India is, at present, negotiating free trade agreements (FTAs) with countries like UAE, the UK, and Australia.
PHD Chamber of Commerce and Industry on Wednesday outlined focus areas for the re-appointed RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das during his second term.
The facility will be available only to new credit customers with a goal of at least 50 per cent of them being woman entrepreneurs.
With credible solutions to delayed payments and access to credit, MSMEs can triple their gross value added from Rs 60 lakh crore to Rs 180 lakh crore in the coming decades