INVESTMENTS IN INDIA
China's Great Wall agrees to buy General Motors' India plant
Great Wall, one of the biggest sellers of sports-utility vehicles (SUV) in China, is expected to pay about $250 million to $300 million to acquire the plant, one of the sources sai
All foreign investments must adhere to law of the land: Piyush Goyal on Amazon row
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State of California hopes to boost trade ties with India
Kounalakis, who is visiting India along with the Bay Area Business Council, said with a significant number of Indian technology professionals in the Bay Area, the potential for growth through investment and partnership in the tech sector between the two countries is enormous.
Sebi moots splitting investment advisor, distributor roles
Sebi has suggested mechanisms for charging fees from clients and proposed to raise the net worth requirement for IAs.
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U.S. clean energy investment hits new record despite Trump administration views
Clean energy investment in the United States surged to a fresh record of $55.5 billion last year, despite the government's attempts to roll back supportive policies.
Audi India to drop diesel from April
Audi India declares to go diesel-free from April this year as it switches to BS6 norms. With this, there will no diesel options for models such as Q3 and Q5 SUVs and A3, A4 and A8 sedans. The focus for the carmaker will be electrification, including hybrids and full electrics, said Audi India head, Balbir Singh Dhillon.
FPIs: Sebi exempts certain entities from clubbing of investment limit
The exemption would be applicable where the Indian government has entered into agreements or treaties with overseas governments or there is an order.
Amazon promises 1 million new jobs in India amid tensions with government
Amazon.com Inc chief Jeff Bezos had on Wednesday announced USD 1 billion (over Rs 7,000 crore) investment in India to help bring small and medium businesses online and committed to exporting USD 10 billion worth of India-made goods by 2025. "We are investing to create a million new jobs here in India over the next five years," Bezos said.
UN revises growth forecast to 5 per cent for India in current fiscal
Its estimate for FY21 was also further downgraded to 5.8%-5.9% from 6.6% in the report, said Nagesh Kumar, head of the UN economic and social commission for Asia and the Pacific, while presenting the report in Delhi. Since the report was finalised in October it did not take into account the second quarter results and hence the outlook has been revised, Nagesh Kumar said.
India top-most country for presence of social entrepreneurs: Study
It provides exposure, capacity building and a trusting community of social-change leaders within the World Economic Forum. It now represents 384 late-stage social innovators operating in more than 190 countries worldwide.
GJC seeks reduction in gold import duty in the upcoming Union budget
Mr. Shaankar Sen, Vice Chairman, GJC, said, “The high import duty on Gold has increased socio-economic menace in the country in the form of smuggling of alarming proportions and the re-emergence of unorganized/illegal channels for procuring gold.
Amazon plans to create 1 million new jobs in India by 2025
The jobs – created both directly and indirectly – will be across industries, including information technology, skill development, content creation, retail, logistics, and manufacturing, and are in addition to the 700,000 jobs Amazon’s investments have enabled over the last six years in India.
India needs continued structural reforms to boost growth: UN report
The report has also lowered GDP growth estimate for India while expressing hope that combination of fiscal stimulus and financial sector reforms will help boost consumption. However, the data related to India was revised to 5% for the current fiscal and 5.8-5.9% for the next financial year, Nagesh Kumar, Head, UN Economic and Social Commission for Asia and the Pacific, said.
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