Anti-China sentiment could be a game-changer for Indian industry: AM Naik
"Indian companies and consumers may face higher costs in the short term, but with government support Indian manufacturing can quickly achieve economies of scale. The government wanted to open up the economy and be more competitive, but we forget for how many decades China protected their economy before they became competitive," Naik tells ET.
Indian drug firms recall products in US market
While Lupin and Marksans Pharma are recalling diabetes drug, Aurobindo and Alembic are recalli...
Majority of investors trust Indian financial markets: Survey
The 'Trust Survey' conducted by CFA Institute polled 3,525 retail investors and ...
Indian coffee loses market share in Europe
India is the second top seller of coffee in Italy after Brazil. Germany, Belgium, Russia are also big buyers of Indian coffee. With Covid problems in Europe, the buyers were looking for lower prices and Indian exporters, especially those in the small and medium category, were unable to meet their demand.
LG sees 'window of opportunity' to come back into Indian smartphone market
In an interview with ET, Advait Vaidya, business head - mobile communications at LG Electronics, said the brand has seen 10 times increased sales of smartphones in the past two months due to the anti-China sentiment.
HMD Global bets on Finnish roots, focus on security for success in Indian market
All Nokia phones sold in India (except for Nokia 9 PureView and Nokia 8 Sirocco) are locally manufactured in partnership with multiple ODMs (original design manufacturers).
India is the number 3 market in the world: Sanjeev Sharma, managing director, ABB India
Unfazed by the lockdown, Sanjeev Sharma said ABB is on the lookout for “good opportunities” in India. “Whenever such an opportunity comes, either from the private space or from the public sector, we will definitely have a look and evaluate how it fits into our overall business model.”
India narrative presents huge opportunities in the post-Covid world: Manoj Ladwa, CEO, India Inc. Group
India has steadily over the years been regarded as an increasingly important partner for the EU. It always has been for the UK. I think you will see a major push for preferential trade agreements both with the EU and the UK in the coming months, said India Inc. Group CEO.
Zoom in regular touch with India Govt on data security, have local servers: India head
"We are not sharing data, we are sharing technicalities of our platform, how it operates, security around the data centre, can someone intrude into the meetings, intercept data flowing on the network," Sameer Raje, India Head for Zoom Video Communications, said.
Strategies Indian businessmen use to build & sustain their monopolies
Progress usually comes from monopolies, and not from ‘perfect competition’.
Fans are taking on an important role to beat Covid: Atul Jain, executive VP, Orient Electric
While the fans market has seen pent-up demand in late May and early June as unlock 1.0 unfolded, there is uncertainty about what the future holds. Because of business degrowth and job losses, consumer spending of late has been minimal. Additionally, rising costs of production and logistical challenges is adversely impacting the industry.
Returning to a path of high fiscal discipline
Only those businesses with a clear path to 18% return on equity in a five-year span or are strategic in nature will be retained, the man who will succeed Pawan Goenka as the automaker's managing director next year tells Ketan Thakkar and Satish John.
Reduce South Indian Bank, target price Rs 7: ICICI Securities
Reduce South Indian Bank Ltd. at a price target of Rs 7.0 .
Trending stocks: Indian Oil Corporation shares gain over 1%
A total of 218,096 shares changed hands on the counter till 11:01AM (IST).
Demand for Indian buffalo meat shows signs of revival
Buffalo meat exports from India in 2018-19 were 6.5% less against the previous year at 1.15 million tonnes and valued at Rs 22,661 crore.
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