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Enriching Corporates – Heaping Further Miseries on the People

New Delhi, September 20: The Polit Bureau of the Communist Party of India (Marxist) has issued the following statement:...

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CITU expresses support and solidarity to 2 days' country wide bank strike

New Delhi, September 21: CITU extends support to the two days' strike called by four federations of bank officers unions in all the banks of the country on 26-27 September 2019 against the destructive decision of the BJP Govt on merger of public sector banks and imposition of burden on the people through so called banking sector reforms......

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US corporate sector hails India's move to slash income tax rate for companies

Washington, Sep 21 - The US' corporate sector has lauded the Indian government for substantially slashing the income tax rate to 25.17 per cent, saying the move will reverse the economic slowdown and allow global companies a "good option" for growing their manufacturing base in the country......

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Alternative Perspectives on
the Economic Slowdown

Prabhat Patnaik

WITH Dr Manmohan Singh resurfacing on the political landscape and articulating once more the orthodox neoliberal position, one can now clearly discern three distinct perspectives on the current economic slowdown.
The first is the orthodox neoliberal position that Dr Singh has now articulated. This states that the crisis is a consequence not o...

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Whose Market was it Anyway?

Surajit Mazumdar

IT was way back in February of 2019, when the Central Statistical Office (CSO) declared the GDP figures for the third quarter (October-December) of 2018-19 that the talk first began in the media about the Indian economy heading towards a slowdown. It didn’t, however, become the centre of attention on account of the Lok Sabha elections. ...

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