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Bakers Circle plans to raise $6 million, firms up international plans
Agron Food Processing

Bakers Circle plans to raise $6 million, firms up internationa...

India's leading bakery products company Bakers Circle India Pvt Ltd is stirring up its international plans with an increased presence in markets like Dubai, Bahrain and other Gulf countries, and is looking to raise $5-6 million to fund the growth. Agron Food Processing, 5 days ago

MP CM invites Dubai-based NRIs to Global Investors Summit at Indore

(Pervez Bari): The Bharatiya Janata Party ruled Madhya Pradesh Chief Minister Shivraj Singh Chouhan, who is on a visit of UAE, called upon Dubai-based Non-resident Indians (NRIs) at an interactive session to avail benefit of immense investment ...
 Siasat Daily1 week ago CM invites Dubai investors to summit  New Delhi Pioneer1 week ago

Emirates, TRIFAC ink Memorandum of Understanding

Sandhya DMello / 22 August 2014 Airline currently utilising all of its permitted seat allocation under current agreement ...
 Khaleej Times1 week ago

DSG Consumer Partners plans to top up its early stage consumer fund by...

After tasting success in a string of consumer investments such as Sula Vineyards, online travel agent Cleartrip and food company Bakers Circle, early stage private equity investor Deepak Shahdadpuri is planning to hit the road to raise an additional ...
 VC Circle1 month ago

Experts gather in Dubai to discuss Indian budget

A panel of prominent businessmen discussed what the newly-elected Indian government's first budget will mean for the UAE at an event in Dubai last week. The TIMES NOW India Budget: Middle East Impact event — the third of its kind ...
 Khaleej Times1 month ago Indians in UAE hail pragmatic budget  Khaleej Times1 month ago
The Gulf Today

UAE-India bilateral trade flourishing

DUBAI: The UAE-India bilateral trade continues to grow in strength with the trade between the two countries expected to touch $100 billion (Dhs367 billion) in the next few years, according to the Indian Businessmen and Professional's Council (IBPC).
 The Gulf Today1 month ago India's exports rise by 10.22% in June  The Gulf Today1 month ago

NRIs pleased with budget despite no specific sops for the community

Many disappointed over lack of NRI specific budget initiatives Dubai: The non resident Indian (NRI) business community in the UAE on Thursday welcomed the Indian budget 2014 though there was no specific proposal related to NRIs in the budget. ...
 Gulf News1 month ago

Indian budget forward-looking: NRI businessmen

Sunita Menon, Web Editor / 10 July 2014 Expectations have been high from the budget after Narendra Modi came into power with a landslide victory in the general elections, mainly on the promise of ushering in happy ...
 Khaleej Times1 month ago

India to be top destination for wellness tourism by 2019: Study

India could be number one for growth globally in the wellness tourism sector in the next five years, clocking over 20 per cent gains annually through 2017, according to a recent study.       Wellness tourism is a $439 billion industry worldwide within the $3.2 trillion global tourism industry, representing 14 per cent of all tourism spending, it said.   The study conducted by SRI international projected India to be number one globally for growth in wellness tourism ...
 Rediff.com2 months ago
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