MAKE IN INDIA
On Sonia Gandhi's turf, PM Modi to showcase Make in India
PM’s visit is likely to counter the opposition’s charge by showing how the factory in Sonia Gandhi’s constituency has potential to become a global hub for producing rail coaches.
View: Staying out of RCEP gives India a chance to reflect on its competitiveness
While there are strong views against RCEP, there is equally ...
Maharashtra to be first state to adopt model RFP
Maharashtra will be the first state to adopt this model.
French giant Safran to set up ₹323 crore aircraft unit in Hyderabad
The new manufacturing facility, its first in India for LEAP turbofan engines, will involve an investment of around €40 million (approximately ₹323.3 crore) with a capacity of around 20,000 units a year, said its global chief executive Philippe Petitcolin.
Boeing holds talks with HAL and MDS on F/A-18 Super Hornet "Make in India" plan
The program is expected to work with several Indian suppliers to grow a thriving defense aerospace base which could accelerate other programs, a company statement said.
View: Address the mineral imports malady in resource-rich India
Backed by arguably one of the largest young working populations and consumption driven by increasing middle-income households, the nation is provided with many unprecedented growth opportunities.
Rahul Gandhi insulted India's intelligence and hardworking railway engineers: Piyush Goyal
'Make In India' is a success and a part of crores of Indian lives. Your family had 6 decades to think, wasn't that enough?", said Goyal.
SMEs, Make in India driving Solidworks’ strong growth
Gian Paolo Bassi, chief executive at Dassault Systèmes Solidworks, said this was in line with the kind of growth the brand was seeing across the world.
Govt may consider cutting customs duty on some medical devices
Industry chamber CII in its has pre-budget memorandum has asked the government to reduce customs duty from 10 per cent to 2.5 per cent on PDS Plates used for nasal reconstructive surgery.
View: Why we need not fear bilateral trade deficits when negotiating trade agreements like RCEP
As long as a country holds its overall exports and imports in balance and does not borrow abroad to finance its imports, it has nothing to worry about. If it has to borrow large amounts in relation to its export earnings to finance its imports year after year, it runs the risk of losing its credit in international markets, as we indeed did in 1991.
SMEs need greater institutional framework to boost access to credit
Creating an institutional framework for SMEs to raise equity financing can help them solve the challenge of meeting their needs of technology funding.
Custom duty hike on appliances to boost 'Make in India'
The government has doubled custom duties on refrigerators, washing machines up to 10 kg capacity and air-conditioners to 20%.
Dassault-Reliance kicks off Falcon jet production
Internal calculations claim that the Make in India project can give a $5 million cost advantage.
Former HAL chairman says ‘Make in India’ must turn innovations into useful civil, defence products
A lot has been spoken about Make in India since the time it became a part of India’s political lexicon.
Long-pending project to build six stealth submarines will be under strategic partnership model: Government
Dubbed the “mother of all underwater deals” because it will cost at least Rs 50,000 crore, the submarine project called “Project-75 India (P-75I)” was first approved by the defence ministry in November 2007 but has been languishing ever since.
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