5 major events
that shaped 2016
Time flies! As we bid farewell to 2016, let us have a look at the 5 major events that affe...
1) Brexit
It was one of the first shocking events in the year. Contrary to many exit polls, Britishers voted to
leave the ...
2) Demonetisation
The next shock came closer from home. In a surprise move, Prime Minister Narendra Modi
decided to demone...
3) US Elections
While India battled with demonetisation, the results of the US election results were announced.
Again, exi...
4) Indian economy surpasses Britain economy
Amidst all the shock and confusion, there came good news for the Indian econom...
5) Goods and Service Tax (GST)
Some more good news—the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was finally approved in both the
house...
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2016 was an eventful year. As we say goodbye to it, here’s a glimpse of 5 major events that affected people from all over the world.

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  • 5 major events that shaped 2016

    1. 5 major events that shaped 2016 Time flies! As we bid farewell to 2016, let us have a look at the 5 major events that affected people across the world.
    2. 1) Brexit It was one of the first shocking events in the year. Contrary to many exit polls, Britishers voted to leave the European Union on 23rd June, 2016. That set the tone for a lot of market upheaval and government shakeups. The country is still discussing the details of its exit with major European leaders. Most experts agree that the decision could have a negative impact.
    3. 2) Demonetisation The next shock came closer from home. In a surprise move, Prime Minister Narendra Modi decided to demonetise all 500 and 1,000-rupee notes with immediate effect on 8th November. The effects of the drastic measure, meant to scoop out black money from the system, can still be felt throughout the country over a month after.
    4. 3) US Elections While India battled with demonetisation, the results of the US election results were announced. Again, exit polls were proved wrong when Donald Trump won with 304 electoral votes. The newly elected President will take charge from the 20th of January, 2017.
    5. 4) Indian economy surpasses Britain economy Amidst all the shock and confusion, there came good news for the Indian economy. India surpassed the UK to become the 6th largest economy in the world in terms of Gross Domestic Product (GDP).
    6. 5) Goods and Service Tax (GST) Some more good news—the Goods and Services Tax (GST) was finally approved in both the houses of the Parliament. GST, touted to be one of the biggest tax reforms, has been in the works for years. It will replace the numerous indirect taxes levied by the central and state governments.
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