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Positive annualised growth in exports and imports for three straight months has taken India’s trade deficit figures to pre-Covid levels, Acuite Ratings & Research said.
Ratings agency ICRA expects India’s growth rate to further slowdown to 4.7 per cent in second quarter of FY2020, due to weak industrial output. Accordingly, the ratings agency expects a further deterioration in the growth rate of India’s GDP
COVID’s second wave is expected to stunt rural demand, consequently, marginally dampening India’s 2021 growth prospects. According to economy observers,
Located in the Opportunity District, the Sierra Leone pavilion, under the theme ‘New Beginning,’ takes visitors on a journey to the west African country, which is rich in natural resources.
The UAE has long held the distinction of being Pakistan’s largest trading partner in the Middle East. In fact, Pakistan’s relations with the UAE are robust and marching ahead.
Khaled Mohammed Balama, Governor of the Central Bank of the UAE (CBUAE), launched day two of the Future of Finance conference, hosted by the CBUAE,