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Indonesia opens up 20 sectors to foreign investors
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Indonesia opens up 20 sectors to foreign investors

Among the sectors that now allow 100 per cent foreign ownership are warehousing and cold storage facilities. By Sujadi Siswo Posted 11 Feb 2016 22:45 Updated 11 Feb 2016 22:53 Indonesian Chief Economic MinisterDarmin Nasution (C) making the ... Channel NewsAsia, 1 day ago
PM Modi all set to boost defence spending Money Today, 1 month ago
Cabinet nod to easing of FDI in 15 sectors Asian Age, 2 months ago

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L&T sees huge potential in defence under 'Make in India'

NWE DELHI: Eyeing big-ticket investment opportunities in defence sector under 'Make in India' drive, engineering and construction giant Larsen & Toubro sees huge scope in areas like submarines, nuclear power equipment and artillery guns. The ...
 Economic Times5 days ago PM's Make In India drive to get push in Mumbai this week  Newshence.com4 days ago Huge Potential Seen in Defence Under 'Make in India': L&T  NDTV5 days ago LT sees huge potential in defence under 'Make in India'  Moneycontrol.com5 days ago
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FDI Goes Full Throttle, Spikes 114 Pct in December

BANGALORE: Foreign direct investment (FDI) in the country more than doubled to about $ 4.5 billion in December 2015. "FDI inflow to India recorded a whopping 114 percent growth for December 2015 vs December 2014," the Commerce and Industry Ministry ...
 Silicon India1 week ago FDI in India surges by 114% in December 2015  Finalaya.com1 week ago FDI: Why the govt expects 45% jump in 2016  Rediff.com1 month ago Fitch: FDI, Power Measures Show India Retains Reform Momentum  Business Standard2 months ago
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Australian minister resigns over ethics breach

Australian Foreign Minister Julie Bishop (right), Minister for Trade and Investment Andrew Robb (center), and Assistant Minister for Defence Stuart Robert (L) pose for a group photo before attending a meeting at the foreign ministry building during ...
 China Daily Asia19 hours ago Minister effects deny the fact of theft «stones Ahram»  Masress.com4 days ago Minister effects: pyramid selling video was filmed in April 2015  Masress.com4 days ago Musa: «Human Rights» trumpet Guidance Office is working in favor of the Muslim Brotherhood  Masress.com4 days ago
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The Nation Pakistan

2016 Budget Fraud - Reps Block Ministry's Controversial N1 Billion Allocation

The budget defence of the Ministry of Foreign Affairs before the House of Representatives Committee on Foreign Affairs, on Thursday, ended in a stalemate over controversial allocations to the ministry. There are proposals of N1.07 billion for ...
 AllAfrica.com20 hours ago Duplication: Reps reject investment tribunal, NTI's budget  Nigeria Punch1 day ago Baroness Anelay visits Nigeria  Equities.com1 day ago PAKISTAN STATE OIL : Prime Minister visited Qatar from 10-11 February - Press Note issued by Ministry of Foreign Affairs  4 Traders9 hours ago
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SCR staff to go on strike from April 11

Hyderabad: Demanding filling up of vacancies and opposing Foreign Direct Investment in railways, hund reds of South Central Rail way employees will go on an indefinite strike from April 11. The SCR has nearly 10,000 vacancies in the SCR zone, many ...
 Times of India3 days ago
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The BJP's losing battle against beef

  'The BJP sees investments, both foreign and domestic, as their pathways to political power and not the construction of the Ram temple or a nationwide ban on beef.''It will have no option but to let commerce prevail over religious sentiments,' says Amulya Ganguli. It is doubtful if Haryana Chief Minister Manohar Lal Khattar has thought through all the implications of his government providing special licences to foreigners for eating beef. First, the concession, even to non-Indians, will ...
 Rediff.com3 days ago

48% growth in FDI after Make in India: Sitharaman

During 19 months of the Bharatiya Janata Party-led government's rule, foreign direct investment (FDI) has grown at 48 per cent, when many other countries witnessed a drastic fall, Commerce & Industry Minister Nirmala Sitharaman said on Monday. ...
 Smart Investor4 days ago Were working to remove constraints such as cost of capital: NirmalaSitharaman  Yahoo! India3 days ago Make in India great booster for FDI: Nirmala Sitharaman  Smart Investor4 days ago
Money Control

NIIF gets first foreign partner

The National Investment and Infrastructure Fund (NIIF) on Tuesday got its first commitment of funds from overseas with Russia’s Rusnano agreeing to partner it in setting up a PE fund that will invest in high technology sectors in India. “NIIF and Rusnano ...
 The Financial Chronicle1 week ago Jaitley to inaugurate India Investment Summit on Feb 4  Money Control1 week ago Arun Jaitley to inaugurate India Investment Summit on Feb 4  Smart Investor1 week ago

Parrikar allays fears of firms on strategic partnership move

Defence Minister Manohar Parrikar has sought to ally fears expressed by domestic and foreign defence firms that only big companies might get benefit from the proposed strategic parnership move of the government in critical segments like submarines, aircraft ...
 Deccan Herald1 month ago Manohar Parrikar set to discuss Pak terror in US  Asian Age2 months ago
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