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Govt's focus should have been on the low-hanging fruit

One popular "investment theory" heard at South Mumbai cocktail parties is: 1) India will be the fastest growth  emerging market (EM) for the next few years. 2) Hence, any global financial institution with EM allocations must invest in India. 3) ... Business Standard, 58 minutes ago

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Wendt (India) jumps after strong Q4 earnings

after consolidated net profit rose 117.7% to Rs 4.42 crore on 11.6% growth in net sales to Rs 32.74 crore in Q4 March 2015 over Q4 March 2014. The Q4 result was announced after market hours yesterday, 21 April 2015. Meanwhile, the S BSE Sensex was up 87.53 ...
 Business Standard4 days ago Infy Q4 net profit slides 4.7 pc to Rs 3,097 crore  Deccan Herald1 day ago Infosys's Q4 Nos, guidance disappoint; shares plunge 6%  Deccan Herald2 days ago Infosys Q4 net up 3.5%;revenue guidance below industry average  State Times2 days ago
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India's banks turn to consumers for growth

Mumbai - Indian banks, hoping to offset a slow recovery in corporate lending, are pushing into credit cards and personal loans, using blanket advertising, cold call campaigns and even sending employees to malls to lure customers. Lending to ...
 IOL Business Report6 days ago India's banks turn to consumer loans to counter corporate slowdown  Asian Age6 days ago Banks turn to consumer loans to beat slowdown  Rediff.com6 days ago
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China's smartphone makers bet on cricket, Bollywood to conquer India

India is the world's third-largest smartphone market, but with just one in 10 people using such handsets still has huge growth potential.  Image: China's smartphone makers bet big on Bollywood stars to conquer India. Photograph, courtesy: Oppo     China's smartphone makers are drafting in cricket teams and Bollywood stars to conquer India, their largest overseas market and a key testing ground for their international expansion, as they try to rebrand as more than just sellers ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago How China's smartphone makers are trying to conquer India  ABS-CBN News2 days ago China's smartphone makers are drafting in cricket teams and Bollywood stars to conquer India  India News Blast3 days ago How China smartphone makers plan to woo India  Reuters India11 hours ago
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Japan's Convenient Stores A platform to sell plenty of products, India's take away

Japanese convenience stores have undergone remarkable growth in spite of deflation. According to the Ministry of Economy, Trade and Industry Commercial sales statistics report retail annual sales in 2012 is about 137 trillion yen. Category wise ...
 Financial Express12 hours ago

'Take Environment Into Account While Pursuing Economic Growth'

BENGALURU:In a lecture on Ecology, Growth and Democracy in India at Centre for Contemporary Studies at IISc on Saturday, Congress MP and former environment minister Jairam Ramesh spoke on the need for India to take into account the environment while ...
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Infosys vows to offer T20 treat

Infosys, India's second largest IT services company, hopes to beat the industry average in revenue growth by 2016-17 and aims to be a $20-billion company by 2020. The Bangalore-based company today reported a weak set of numbers for the fourth quarter, which ...
 The Telegraph1 day ago Infosys Expects 12 Per Cent Growth In FY16 Revenues  Businessworld India2 days ago Infosys disappoints, CEO seeks 2 years for revival  Asian Age1 day ago Infosys predicts FY16 revenue growth below industry projection, again  Forbes India2 days ago
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International Monetary Fund: India's Economic Growth Outlook

International Monetary Fund: Global Growth Disparity to Widen (Part 9 of 10) ( Continued from Part 8 ) India's economic growth India (INDA) isamong the few nations aboutwhich the IMF (International Monetary Fund) seemspositive. The agency ...
 Yahoo! Finance1 day ago RBI now has to walk a real tightrope  Rediff.com6 days ago

India Inc. steps up hiring: Job growth jumps by 18% in March, reports TimesJobs

Hiring is up by 18 per cent between March 2014 and March 2015, with the IT & telecom sectors leading the way, confirms TimesJobs' RecruiteX index NOIDA: The IT & telecom sectors clocked a whopping 31 per cent rise in demand for talent, with the ...
 Times of India6 days ago Renault group Q1 2015 sales up, India reports 11.4 pct decline  Rush Lane1 day ago
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'India to outdo China in 2016 too' | Rafale deal may take off with JV

NEW DELHI: India's economic growth clip this year and next will be better than previously assumed, overtaking China in 2015 to become the world's fastest growing major economy and widening the gap further in 2016, the International Monetary Fund (IMF) and the ...
 Economic Times1 week ago Should China's 'Dynamic Growth' Model Serve Other Countries Economic Aspirations?  Economy Watch1 day ago Cooperation between SMEs to form the backbone of India-China economic relations: Ark of China  Meri News1 day ago
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