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Anis Chakravarty

Anis Chakravarty Interviews: Senior Director, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu Limited | IBEF

Typically, a 4.8 per cent or a 5 per cent growth that we are looking at now is actually a very good number from a global perspective. Indeed for India as an emerging economy and if I put in the BRICS context as a whole, it's a very good number to have.   Read More >>

Manufacturing agenda

If we look at the overall sector and what the Government has done, there are a number of positives. Around a few years back, the Commerce Minister announced the National Manufacturing Policy. The industrial corridors are very important developments, because indeed if these are implemented in the correct fashion, they will enable penetration of manufacturing into the rural economy.   Read More >>

Role of technology

At the end of the day, the evolution of the technology landscape in India is going to do a couple of things. It is going to make the coupling with the world that I had spoken about earlier much more stronger and certainly, it is going to help tremendously from an export perspective and from a services perspective.   Read More >>

Impact of entrepreneurship

With the whole focus that India had on the IT sector, particularly from an entrepreneurial perspective and from the perspective that they were young, bright academicians (bright IIT graduates for example) who were getting into that sector, the IT sector just took off.   Read More >>

Monetary policy direction

Retail inflation has been hovering around 10 per cent and there have been actions taken on the WPI side, which have little effect on the food inflation. So I think that directly going in and targeting CPI is a very good move from that perspective.   Read More >>

Perspectives on Indian Economy with Mr Anis Chakravarty, Senior Director, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Pvt Ltd

Perspectives on Indian Economy with Mr Anis Chakravarty, Senior Director, Deloitte Touche Tohmatsu India Pvt Ltd

Anis Chakravarty is Senior Director and Lead Economist at Deloitte India. He has a rich experience of over 13 years in advising companies in the European Union, India and the United States on a wide range of issues that relate to economics, finance and transfer pricing. Besides, he is actively involved with Deloitte's practice and knowledge development initiatives in India and Asia Pacific region, is a co-leader of Deloitte's Global Economists Network and also heads regional discussions on intellectual property in transfer pricing. In this interaction with IBEF, Anis talks about the key trends in the Indian economy that could enable sustainably higher rates of growth.

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