Dovish board member calls for review of BOJ’s policy framework

By Administrator_India, Capital Sands The Bank of Japan should review its monetary policy framework to re-examine its tools for propping up inflation, one of its board members said on Thursday, as the fallout from the coronavirus outbreak risks tipping the economy into recession. Goushi Kataoka, one of the most dovish

Microsoft launches new program to help B2B startups in India

Microsoft launches new program to help B2B startups in India

By Ritu, Capital Sands The new program is open to Microsoft co-sell enabled startups associated with the company. Microsoft on February 24 launched a new program to bring 100 companies to commit $100,000 (Rs 71,83,455) each for enterprise-ready solutions from 100 business-to-business (B2B) startups in the Software-as-a-Service (SaaS) space in

New UK finance minister Sunak should resist rewriting fiscal rules: IFS

By Administrator_India, Capital Sands New finance minister Rishi Sunak should resist the urge to rewrite Britain’s fiscal rules ahead of the budget next month and he should make plain that any spending increases will mean more tax, a think-tank said on Wednesday. Sunak will deliver the first post-Brexit budget, which

India to purchase over $3 billion defence equipment from US

India to purchase over $3 billion defence equipment from US

By Ritu Capital Sands India will buy defence equipment worth more than $3 billion from the United States, President Donald Trump said on Monday, the second day of his two-day visit to the South Asian nation. The United States was working productively with Pakistan to counter terrorism on its soil,