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Parle-G joins job cut spree

Parle-G joins job cut spree

August 23, 2019

The Indian economy’s downward spiral continues unabated as the slowdown encompasses new sectors. Yet, few others than business community, are paying attention, even as the media continues to remain glued to politics.

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The story of smart Indian travellers

The story of smart Indian travellers

April 24, 2019

With the steady economic development, women’s financial empowerment, young couples with disposable income and smart technologies, the new age Indian travellers are setting global trends in record numbers. It is not shopping, but relaxation that now tops the agenda when they pla...

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Weakening of rupee will allow NRIs to send more money back home

Weakening of rupee will allow NRIs to send more money back home

July 17, 2018

Inward payments are expected to grow the in the next few months in India, especially from the Middle East, the US and Southeast Asian countries amid a falling rupee following the recent shifts in the foreign exchange market and India’s external debt crossing the half-trillion m...

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Takehiko Nakao

Takehiko Nakao

May 31, 2018

Takehiko Nakao, president, Asian Development Bank (ADB) talks to Biz@India about the institution’s new initiatives across Asia and how it is working with micro finances and other schemes. How does ADB see the global economic situation? ADB has a strong point of view about 2017,...

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Alejandro Ramirez

Alejandro Ramirez

May 31, 2018

With over 5,300 screens across 14 countries, the Mexican chain of movie theatres, Cinépolis, is focussed on strengthening business and entering new markets. Alejandro Ramirez, CEO, Cinépolis, talks to Biz@India about expansion plans, the digital disruption, and more. How does t...

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First Global Summit in Maharashtra

First Global Summit in Maharashtra

February 14, 2018

To tap foreign investment, set up a robust manufacturing base, boost ‘Make in India’, and also generate employment opportunities, Maharashtra recently unveiled the 'Magnetic Maharashtra' policy.

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Decoding India’s Economic Survey 2018

Decoding India’s Economic Survey 2018

February 9, 2018

The Economic Survey 2017-18 presented by India’s Finance Minister ArunJaitley on 29 January conveyed caution as well as optimism, while scripting the way forward for the future.

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Union Budget 2018: a policy prescription or an election manifesto?

Union Budget 2018: a policy prescription or an election manifesto?

February 2, 2018

With its popularity dwindling among the rural voters the Modi government has offered a new deal in India’s annual federal budget 2018. It looks pro-poor and pro-farmers to uplift rural India towards prosperity. One wonders whether it is too late as the General Election 2019 is ...

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AAI’s Hidden Tool:Marketing

AAI’s Hidden Tool:Marketing

October 31, 2017

Privatisation of airports has led to airport authorities all over the word stepping up their game when it comes to marketing, and Airports Authority of India (AAI) is no exception as they have been taking progressive steps in this department. In 1987 when the United Kingdom sold ...

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BJP president Amit Shah’s economics

BJP president Amit Shah’s economics

September 14, 2017

As Amit Shah, the BJP national president, gave a sermon to captains of the industry last week— to reinvent their role to promote brand India, make India a global manufacturing hub, focus on research & development, and secure more patents— his audience maintained stoic silence...

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Digital Trends that will transform businesses in 2017

Digital Trends that will transform businesses in 2017

July 29, 2017

After the first half of 2017, the regularly becoming digital trends have seen crucial changes with an increase of 2.7 pc in mobile Internet users globally.

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A country confined in Boxes

A country confined in Boxes

July 12, 2017

India's increasing population coupled with challenges such as disaster management, space crunch, urban migration, the inflow of refugees and an increasingly volatile political premise contradicts India's overstated definition of homes.

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