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Friday, February 09, 2001




Macro Economy

`Investment famine' grips India Inc?
THERE was a time in the early 1990s when private corporates went on a massive investment binge, buoyed by the optimism accompanying the initial burst of economic reforms and liberalisation that unshackled their `animal spirits'.

Domestic savings vital for 9% growth: Plan panel
A GROWTH target of nine per cent for the Indian economy, as desired by the Prime Minister with the present structure of growth, demands fast-track action on several fronts

`Green concerns to drive future technology'
ECOLOGICAL and environmental imperatives will be the driving forces for technological innovations in the coming decades, according to Dr Anil Agarwal, Chairperson of the Centre for Science and Environment.

Natural resource accounting project on
RAPID erosion and depreciation in renewable and non-renewable natural assets had forced India to take the cue from peer nations and initiate the process of Natural Resource Accounting in the country.

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