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Ashwani Dudeja, Country Head of Shell Energy India
Ashwani Dudeja, Country Head of Shell Energy India

'Bit of an upside in terms of demand': Shell Energy India's Ashwani Dudeja

How has the Covid induced lockdown impacted the energy sector in India and what are the challenges ahead in the new normal? This was the point of discussion in the latest episode of Mint's Pivot or Perish. Ashwani Dudeja, Country Head of Shell Energy India, said that the impact of the lockdown brought many challenges but added that there is some recovery that is visible. Watch the full video for all the details.

India’s foremost energy experts discuss the issue in Mint’s Pivot or Perish panel discussion on the Energy sector
India’s foremost energy experts discuss the issue in Mint’s Pivot or Perish panel discussion on the Energy sector

Pivot or Perish: A playbook for growth in the new normal for the energy sector

India’s energy sector has held firm in the face of the Covid pandemic, despite disruptions in multiple ways. The country’s robust and time tested supply chains have ensured that there were no supply side shocks in the domestic energy markets even as the entire nation’s population moved indoors. But with demand dipping, the recovery of the sector will depend a lot on increasing operational efficiencies. India’s foremost energy experts discuss the issue in Mint’s Pivot or Perish panel discussion on the Energy sector.

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Watch Monika Halan explain the various changes that can help India become the world's manufacturing hub
Watch Monika Halan explain the various changes that can help India become the world's manufacturing hub

Money With Monika: How can India's GDP get back on track? | Corona Conversations

The Covid-19 pandemic has dealt a severe blow to the Indian economy which was already grappling with a deepening slowdown. Now, India's Gross Domestic Product is estimated to contract by around 5% in the current financial year. The economy will have to grow by 11% in order to get back to the FY20 level. While India has done better than many developed countries in the services sector, our manufacturing potential is yet to be adequately utilised. This is one avenue which can help India not just recover from the Covid-induced economic crisis, but also grow stronger in the long run. But how can the country achieve this? Watch Monika Halan explain the various changes that can help India become the world's manufacturing hub. Monika Halan is consulting editor, Mint, and author of the book 'Let's Talk Money'.

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Naushad Forbes said speed of disbursements and the rate of interest remained problem areas
Naushad Forbes said speed of disbursements and the rate of interest remained problem areas

Naushad Forbes on problems in govt's MSME loan guarantee scheme

Naushad Forbes, co-chairman of Forbes Marshall, participated in the latest edition of Mint's Pivot or Perish webinar which focussed on the MSME sector in the country. He lauded the government's package announced for the aid of the sector but said that MSMEs were already under stress by the time the announcement was made. While calling the MSME loan guarantee scheme a sensible move, Naushad Forbes added that the speed of disbursements and the rate of interest remained problem areas. Watch the full video for all details.

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Pivot or Perish: A playbook for growth in the new normal for MSMEs

  • The MSME sector faces one of the toughest challenges in recent history with the pandemic threatening the very existence of small business as uncertainty in supply and demand weigh heavily. While the pandemic is a perfect storm in many ways, it is also a rare chance to those who can convert the crisis into an opportunity. Join India’s foremost MSME experts in Mint’s next Pivot or Perish discussion on the way ahead for the sector.

A discussion on the various fundraising scenarios explored by the promoters in the current environment
A discussion on the various fundraising scenarios explored by the promoters in the current environment

Buybacks, QIPs, Delistings: Understanding fundraising flavour of India Inc

In the fourth dispatch of the series 'Future of Dealmaking', in partnership with Khaitan & Co., we go deep into the drivers for consolidation for India Inc. We also try to understand the various fund raising scenarios explored by the promoters in the current environment and what role regulators are playing to ease issuances in such unprecedented times. Watch the interview for more.

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The Future of Dealmaking : Decoding drivers for corporate restructuring

In the second dispatch of Livemint's special series 'Future of Dealmaking', in partnership with Khaitan & Co., we go deep into the drivers for corporate restructuring. In a free wheeling conversation with partners at the firm, we reflect on the three years of IBC- if it has been a success, whether it has led to maximization and time bound recoveries, the reforms needed for cross-border insolvency and so on. Watch the video to know more.

Civil aviation minister said that anyone who suggested that international air travel had restarted everywhere except in India needed a reality check
Civil aviation minister said that anyone who suggested that international air travel had restarted everywhere except in India needed a reality check

Covid: When will India restart international flights? Union minister answers

Union government commented on reopening of skies for international commercial passenger flights. Civil aviation minister said that anyone who suggested that international air travel had restarted everywhere except in India needed a reality check. He said that when India restarts international flights, the receiving nations will have to open at that time too. He said that until commercial flights restart normal operations, the government would carry on with repatriation flights. Watch the full video for more.

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