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India's surge in the World Bank's Ease of doing business 2018 index - A real estate perspective

India's surge in the World Bank's Ease of doing business 2018 ...

For all the right reasons, the World Bank's Doing Business 2018 report was the toast of the country, and the markets reacted with positivity. Now that the initial euphoria has died down, it is appropriate to delve deeper and look for potential learnings in ... Sify, 1 month ago
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CEOs lauds PM Modi for India's improvement in World Bank Report

Prime Minister Narendra Modi on Friday interacted with global Chief Executive Officers of food processing sector in the ongoing World Food India event.A statement issued by the Prime Minister's Office mentions that the CEOs appreciated Prime Minister Modi on the massive improvement in India's rank in the recent World Bank Doing Business Report."Various CEOs complimented the Prime Minister on the massive improvement in India's rank in the recent World Bank Doing Business Report," it said."A ...
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In India, Walmart plans to open 50 stores by 2020

The firm is likely to spend $600 million in total for the new stores. The average size of its stores is about 55,000 sq ft. Walmart India is planning a threefold increase in the pace of opening stores by 2020. It plans to open 50 new stores by 2022 to take the total store count to 70.   “We are opening five to seven stores next year. Eventually, we want to open 15 a year, which should happen from 2020,” president and chief executive Officer Krish Iyer said. According to ...
 Rediff.com1 month ago

Food processing sector set to attract $10 b

India is poised to attract investments to the tune of $10 billion in the food processing sector over the next three years, Union Minister Harsimrat Kaur Badal said here on Monday. Announcing the World Food India fair from November 3-5, a three-day ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago

Govt considering Apple's demand for concession: DIPP Secy

iphone maker Apple has sought certain concessions for setting up manufacturing unit in India and the government is considering them, DIPP Secretary Ramesh Abhishek said today. There are already 90 phone companies manufacturing handsets in the country, he ...
 Deccan Herald2 months ago
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Amazon Launches GST Enabled B2B Marketplace For Indian Businesses

Amazon is aware that in India, real money lies in B2B, which is 7-times in market size as compared to B2C. By 2020, total B2B market is expected to touch $700 billion, and Amazon is now determined to dominate it. Two years after launching their B2B ...
 Trak.in2 months ago
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Government taking economy in wrong direction, says RSS-affiliate labour outfit

New Delhi : Coming down heavily on the government for taking the economy into a "wrong direction", an RSS-affiliated labour organisation on Wednesday urged Prime Minister Narendra Modi to "retract from the present reform process" and stop laying "excess ...
 Sify2 months ago

Badal on world food event: 2000 companiess have confirmed participation

India is gearing up to host 2,000 companies from 30 countries at the World Food Event. Food Processing Minister, Harsimrat Kaur Badal is confident that the Indian food retail market can treble in the next few years. Badal told CNBC-TV18 she has asked the ...
 Money Control2 months ago
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