Featured Video Play Icon

#Coronavirus Economic Impact: Dr. S.P. Sharma, Chief Economist, PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry

Novel coronavirus, Covid 19, contracted the Indian economy nearly a quarter in April-June, shrinking more than expected. After recording the first GDP contraction in more than 40 years, India’s Q1 performance is now eliciting different responses from different quarters. Detailed video analysis on the impact of Covid 19 on the Indian economy, MSMEs, startups, agricultural economic dependence, GDP, inflation, FDI, unemployment, tax reforms, gig economy and economic recovery tools by Dr. S.P. Sharma, Chief Economist, PHD Chamber of Commerce & Industry.

   


Related Videos

Featured Video Play Icon
Israel’s citizen platform DigiTel to transform Thane: Zohar Sharon.
Citizen engagement is an important part of digital transformation of cities. DigiTel, launched by Tel-Aviv, is a personalised communication network. […]
Featured Video Play Icon
Celebrity CEOs: Stars Who Run Their Own Business Empires
Becoming a Bollywood star is no easy feat. It requires hard work, skills, and often a little bit of luck. But for some stars, TV and movie success isn’t enough. There are a few who also have been able to prosper in the entrepreneurial world. Let’s take a look at few of the stars who crossed into the business world and started their own business empires.
Featured Video Play Icon
Agritech in India: How technology is changing the face of agriculture
Agricultural technology from vertical farming to data science to farm drones, the new hot thing in the investor circles today […]
Featured Video Play Icon
India Inc chases electric vehicles’ dream at Auto Expo component 2018
The present government wants to make India 100 per cent electric vehicles nation by 2030. But is the auto component […]
Featured Video Play Icon
6 most common red flags that may mean trouble is brewing in your business
A financial statement is the soul of a business which provides important information about a business besides monetary conditions. They give insight into your business future. But what if you spot a red flag? It could hamper the progress of your business. From time to time, problems may develop. However, catching them early will prevent big headaches down the line. When you spot a red flag, you should take instant action to investigate and correct your business strategies. Check out the 6 most common red flags that may mean trouble is brewing in your business.