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India offers huge business opportunities for Central, Eastern European companies: Piyush Goyal
He further said both India and Europe also offer an opportunity to help kick-start economic growth in the world. "We have lots of opportunities together and I hope we can look for a greater engagement. We have both comparative and competitive advantages," he said. Goyal was addressing the India-Europe 29 Business Forum, organised by CII.
BJP making India's best organisations hollow, selling them: Priyanka Gandhi
Her attack comes days after Sitharaman reportedly said the govern...
Indian Army to reduce orders of sniper rifles by about 70%
The military pruned its original requirement of 5,720 sniper rifles and 10 million...
Evelabs is making traditional IV drips smarter
Dripo detects real-time drop rates and helps the nurse to set it accurately. There is a wide gap between patient- nurse ratio in India and e...
China terminates anti-dumping duties on pyridine imports from India, Japan
China on Wednesday terminated its six-year long anti-dumping measures on pyridine imports from India and Japan after the domestic producers asked the government to withdraw the reinvestigations of the duties.
Lendingkart makes key hires to leadership team as part of ongoing growth strategy
Founded in 2014, Lendingkart has a service reach across India. Since its inception, Lendingkart Finance has evaluated nearly half a million applications, disbursing 76,000 loans to more than 64,000 MSMEs across all 29 states and union territories of the nation.
BS VI emission norms to create headwinds for CV sector: India Ratings
For fleet owners, the ownership of BS-VI vehicle would be credit neutral as the benefits from fuel efficiency and maintenance would largely be offset by higher debt repayments.
When should you make changes in your mutual fund portfolio?
A combination of scheme categorisation, economic downturn, and market downturn, coupled with negative news on the NBFC sector and couple of frauds, has created mayhem, in the market which led to underperformance of many mutual fund schemes.
European delegation that toured Kashmir was on "private visit" to India: Govt
In the first visit by a foreign delegation, a team of 23 MEPs travelled to Kashmir in October on a two-day visit to have a first-hand assessment of the situation after the state's special status was revoked in August by abrogating Article 370.
India plans incentives for 324 firms including Tesla to capitalize on trade war
India plans to provide land to 324 companies to set up a factory along with power, water and road access.
India’s abstinence from RCEP: Free marketeers getting it surprisingly wrong
FTAs, by definition, are about countries swapping market access in areas where they have respective comparative advantages in place.
View: What Gotabaya Rajapaksa's victory means for Sri Lanka and India
Gotabaya is a pragmatic leader and can be expected to live up to his manifesto to develop security cooperation with India, as national security and fighting extremism are his priorities. But the reality is China is now entrenched in Sri Lanka more than it was in 2014.
You can’t make money in sectors where govt or regulators call the shots: Mukherjea
Difficult for minority shareholders to make money in sectors where govt determines rules.
India is heading for an economic growth of below 5%
4.2% would be the lowest growth since govt adopted a new base year for gross domestic product data in 2012.
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