Government proposed sweeping changes in FDI regime to attract foreign investors based on the recommendations made by Arvind Mayaram Committee.
RBI in its June mid-quarter monetary policy on 17 June 2013, left its key policy ( repo rate) unchanged at 7.25 percent
Telecom regulator TRAI on 17 June 2013 announced reduction in the national mobile phone roaming charges which will come into effect 1 July 2013.
Price of petrol went up by 2 rupees in India due to devaluation of rupee. Due to devaluation, the import cost of crude oil has gone costlier for oil firms.
WPI inflation in May 2013 came down to 4.7 percent against 4.89 percent measured in April 2013.
Market regulator Sebi in Month of June 2013 notified a new set of regulations to regulate issuing and listing of non-convertible preference.
The (I-T) department has notified a revised form to check for transfer pricing infractions, something that could intensify the scrutiny on their books.
The index of mineral production of mining sector in April 2013 was lower by 16.9 percent compared to March 2013
Industrial production growth declined to 2 per cent in April 2013 due to dismal performance of various sectors.
As per the data released on 12 June 2013, Retail inflation stood at 9.31 per cent in May 2013
The limit of Foreign Investment in Government Securities was enhanced by 5 Billion US Dollar to increase overseas capital inflows on 12 June 2013.
The cap on online repatriation of export proceeds was raised by to 10000 US dollars by RBI to arrest the slide in the value of rupee and boost Forex inflows.
FEEs for May 2013 increased by more than 9 percent and the FTAs went up by 3.2 percent in the same period.
RBI imposed a fine on Axis Bank, HDFC Bank and ICICI Bank for violation of KYC norms and anti-money laundering guidelines.
The Central Board of Direct Taxes (CBDT) in month of June 2013has specified a value for the cost inflation index for 2013-14.
The rupee fell by a whopping 71 paise to hit a new life-time low of 57 rupees 77 paise against Dollar
The Ministry of Finance in June 2013 has introduced new rules for sending Income Tax officers to newly created overseas units similar to in the US and the UK.
RBI on 7 June 2013 directed the banks to audit and verify the documents of all credits of 5 crore and above periodically to prevent frauds.
Reserve Bank of India on 7 June 2013 extended the restriction on advance against gold on co-operative banks set to curb the demand for gold.
The Finance ministry asked the Indian Banks' Association to set up an independent body to manage the corporate debt restructuring (CDR) mechanism.
DoT asked Trai to carry out regular spectrum utilization audit of all service providers in order to ensure efficient utilization of spectrum.
The government hiked the import duty on Gold and Platinum from 6 to 8 per cent on 5 June 2013.
Import duty on gold was hiked from 6 percent to 8 percent by the Government of India with an aim of curbing the import of gold in the country.
CCEA on 4 June 2013 approved the revival of the Nagaland Pulp and Paper Company Limited (NPPC) with the infusion of funds of 309.38 crore Rupees.
The Union Cabinet of India on 4 June 2013 approved the Real Estate (Regulation and Development) Bill 2013
India's foodgrain production registered an impressive growth of over 30 percent in the last nine years.
The World Bank report released on 3 June 2013 forecasted that India and China will become largest investors of the world in the year 2030.
The RBI (Reserve Bank of India) on 3 June 2013 increased the validity period of setting up of banks from one year to 18 months.
The Union government of India increased the import tariff value of gold to 459 dollars per 10 grams
India witnessed a five-fold increase in the additional power generation capacity during the last nine years