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Economists disagree over claims of jobless growth 

  The government has been repeatedly brushing aside criticism that India is growing without creating jobs. Now, it has the backing of some top economists who say that just because there is no data to prove job growth it doesn’t mean India is not creating jobs. “If we had a decade of near jobless or jobless growth my guess is that we would have seen blood on the streets,” Jahangir Aziz, head of emerging market research at JPMorgan, said on Thursday. “The fact that we haven’t seen blood on the streets, from that I will conclude that jobs have been created,” he said at the 4th SBI Banking and Economics Conclave in Mumbai. “I am not in that camp who says that just because the data isn’t there, therefore there

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Government mulls leasing out airports, ports and other infrastructure assets to private operators 

The government is mulling leasing out operational roads, airports, ports and other infrastructure assets to private operators to attract investments and free up funds to step up public investment in greenfield projects. Niti Aayog, the government’s think tank, will prepare a list of projects that can be offered to the private sector and move a note for discussion on the issue. Private investment in greenfield infrastructure has almost stalled because of multiple execution risks involved and heavy indebtedness of infrastructure companies. “This (move) will free up capacity and funds for new investments,” said a senior government official. “Whatever projects are complete and there is a revenue stream coming, the government must get out of those and put them out in the market on a ‘reverse BOT’ (build-operate-transfer) basis,” the official

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From Jan 1 next year, you don’t have to pay more than MRP for a bottle of mineral water at movie halls 

The government has forbidden companies from selling the same product at different ‘maximum retail prices’, bringing relief to customers who have complained against a higher MRP being charged at airports, malls and cinemas. The directive is part of the changes in the Legal Metrology (Packaged Commodities) Rules, 2011, which will come into effect from January 1, 2018. “We are giving a breathing period to the manufacturers, so they have enough time for compliance,” an official dealing with legal metrology added. The department of consumer affairs said it adopted a balanced approach after wide consultations. “Based on the experience of implementation of the rules and after a detailed stakeholder consultation, the department has amended the rules, aimed at enhanced consumer protection, but at the same time balancing with the requirement of

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Printing of Rs 200 currency notes begins 

  India’s re-monetisation exercise appears to be entering its final lap, with the central bank beginning to print bills of 200 rupees – perhaps for the first time – to help ease consumer transactions. The notes of Rs 200 denomination are being printed in one of the government-owned facilities after the Reserve Bank of India (RBI) placed an order a few weeks ago for the bills, two people familiar with the matter told ET. An email sent to the RBI seeking its comments could not elicit any response until the publication of this report. “For day-to-day transaction purposes, the introduction of 200 rupee notes will add to the ease of operations,” said Soumya Kanti Ghosh, group chief economist at the SBI Group. The introduction of the Rs-200 currency notes predates

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Government sells stake in L&T for Rs 4,158 crore 

  The government on Wednesday sold a 2.5 per cent stake in construction major Larsen & Toubro (L&T) for Rs 4,158 crore through a series of block deals. The buyers were also government-managed entities -life insurance giant LIC, banking leader SBI, reinsurer GIC and non-life insurance major New India Assurance (NIA). The stake sale will help the government meet its annual fiscal deficit target. Before this deal, the government was holding 6.7 per cent stake in L&T through Specified Undertaking of Unit Trust of India (SUUTI). According to disclosures on the BSE, LIC bought 1.79 crore shares for Rs 3,128 crore. After this, LIC will be holding close to 18 per cent in L&T. In addition, SBI bought a little over 49 lakh shares for Rs 865 crore, while GIC

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