Weekly Current Affairs (19 September to 25 September 2022)

Weekly Current Affairs (19 September to 25 September 2022)

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Category : Business and economics Published on: September 25 2022

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  1. ADB cuts India's GDP growth forecast to 7% from earlier 7.2
  2. RBI Governor Shaktikanta Das launches three major digital payments initiatives at Global Fintech Fest 2022
  3. ICICI Prudential Mutual Fund launches India's first auto index fund i.e. 'ICICI Prudential Nifty Auto Index Fund'
  4. Amazon chooses Rajasthan for its first solar power plant in India
  5. Reserve Bank of India removed Central Bank of India from its Prompt Corrective Action Framework (PCAF)
  6. Adani Group acquires Ambuja and ACC to become India’s second-largest cement maker
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