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Union Budget Expectations 2021-22

The fiscal snapshot of the Union budget in the last 5 financial years: Expenditure & Receipts: Between FY17 to FY21, the total receipts and the total expenditure have increased at the CAGR of 11.76% and 11.4% respectively. Revenue expenditure accounts for 85% of overall expenditure which are expected to grow this time. This is used…

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India’s Weak Economic Demand – Why, How and Way Forward

Demand is an economic principle which shows the willingness of any consumer to purchase any particular goods or services in exchange of any specific price amount. Demand represents how much a product is desired by the consumers. What is the importance of demand in an economy? • Demand is a key determinant in the economy….

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LSI LINKEDIN COMMENTARIES – JANUARY 2021 – WEEK 1

Capacity Utilisation in Indian Steel Industry: Capacity utilisation is the extent to which that capacity of an industry is being used. It is the relationship between the output produced with the given resources and the potential output that can be produced if capacity is fully used. At one hand number of secondary steel units is…

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LSI LINKEDIN COMMENTARIES – DECEMBER 2020 – WEEK 4

1. Recent Renewable Energy Projects in India SECI or Solar Energy Corporation of India Ltd. is a company of the Ministry of New and Renewable Energy, Government of India, established to facilitate the implementation of the National Solar Mission. It is the only Central Public Sector Undertaking dedicated to the solar energy sector. This overall concept…

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LSI Linkedin Commentaries – December 2020 – Week 3

1. Farm Sector Growth in India Just like the previous quarter, the farms sector again strikes a growth of 3.4% in GVA at constant prices in Q2’FY21. In Q1’FY21 farm sector was the only one to strike the growth as the COVID-19 induced lockdown pushed the performance of all other sectors downward. GVA or Gross…

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LSI Linkedin Commentaries – December 2020 – Week 2

1. Strategic Petroleum Reserve in India India is the 3rd largest oil consumer and importer in the world. During the time of lockdown across the regions, the country filled its 3 SPRs (Strategic Petroleum Reserves) in southern India with 5.33 million tonnes of oil as the oil demand and prices were extremely low. Though India’s…

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