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Ready-made garment exports are on a road to revival

Ready-made garment exports are on a road to revival

Recovery was largely driven by the European Union markets. After witnessing a sharp decline since April, ready-made garment exports are on a road to revival. In April, exports dropped by around 91.04 per cent in dollar terms, and in August, the fall was 14 per cent. In April, exports fell to $126 million, compared to $1.409 billion in April 2019. In August, exports stood at $1.084 billion, compared to $1.260 billion in the corresponding month of the previous year.   Recovery was largely ..., 1 day ago

'Amul is India's biggest FMCG company'

'We plan to touch Rs 1 trillion of Amul brand's turnover in the next five years.' Photograph: Amul/Twitter   For the first time in its history, dairy major Gujarat Co-operative Milk Marketing Federation -- popularly known as Amul -- made it into Rabobank's Global Top 20 Dairy Companies list, debuting at the 16th position for its dairy turnover of $5.5 billion. Not only did this make GCMMF, which markets milk and milk products under the brand name of 'Amul', the only dairy company from ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
Economic Times

FMCG companies lead in capital efficiency

ET Intelligence Group: Fast-moving consumer goods (FMCG) firms such as Hindustan Unilever (HUL), Procter & Gamble Hygiene, Colgate-Palmolive dominate the top ranks of India’s most capital efficient companies for FY20, a study by the ET Intelligence Group ...
 Economic Times2 days ago
Economic Times

Zero return for 5 years, and then 3,200% in next 6: This stock is fishing in deep waters

Superior return ratios back up the outstanding performance of the stock: return on capital employed (RoCE) of the company has jumped to 23 per cent in FY20 from 12 per cent in FY10, return on equity (RoE) grew to 20 per cent from 9, and return on assets (RoA) ...
 Economic Times3 days ago

IPL 2020: Are Mumbai Indians ready for an encore?

IMAGE: Mumbai Indians have put his faith in Rohit Sharma's instinctive leadership. Photograph: Mumbai Indians/Twitters A batting line-up dotted with big-hitters makes Mumbai Indians a formidable outfit but the absence of quality spinners and pace veteran Lasith Malinga could hurt their chances of defending the title this Indian Premier League. The team will play a majority of its matches on the slow tracks of Abu Dhabi (8) and adapting to that challenge would be the key to its fortunes.   ...
 Rediff.com5 days ago SEE: Bumrah is Back!  Rediff.com1 month ago Secret of MI captain Rohit's IPL success is out...  Rediff.com2 months ago
Economic Times

Voda may set aside Rs 5,000 crore yearly for AGR dues

"Payable AGR dues have to be planned and therefore those funds have to be first set aside. The biggest worry about fundraising is the ability to convince investors on the RoI (return on investment)," said a close adviser to the Aditya Birla Group (ABG).
 Economic Times1 week ago Vodafone Idea may set aside ₹5,000 crore yearly for AGR payments as priority funding  Economic Times1 week ago
Hindu Business Line

Release of pending funds would help apparel sector get over present crisis : AEPC

Apparel exporters have urged the Government to release the pending RoSCTL dues and bail them out of the present crisis.Hailing the announcement with r
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago
Money Control

MM shares climb after CLSA maintains buy call

CLSA believes RoE enhancement is a key focus as the management of the company reiterated its medium-term 18 percent consolidated RoE target. ​
 Money Control1 week ago
Hindu Business Line

Centre working on identifying key sectors for priority implementation of RoDTEP scheme

Southern Railway sees potential for container freight loading from New Mangalore
 Hindu Business Line1 week ago
Times of India

Companies get till December 31 for FY20 AGMs

The ministry of corporate affairs (MCA) on Tuesday allowed extending the timeline for holding annual general meetings (AGMs) for 2019-20 till December 31 from the earlier September 30, providing relief to around 12 lakh companies. MCA issued directions to the ...
 Times of India1 week ago India Inc gets till December to hold AGMs  Economic Times1 week ago Companies allowed to extend AGMs by up to 3 months  Rediff.com4 weeks ago
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