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title India to review preferential policy for locally made electronic goods

India will review a policy that gave preference to locally made electronics goods in government and private sector procurement, the government said on Monday after protests by trade Read More >>

Tags: India to review preferential policy for locally made electronic goods,Apple Inc, P. Chidambaram,Anand Sharma,U.S. Treasury Secretary Jack Lew,Trade Representative Michael Froman,preferential market access,Information Technology Industry ,Microsoft Corp, IB

July 9, 2013
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Nokia Unveils $99 Smartphone in India Nokia Unveils $99 Smartphone in India
Nokia unveiled a $99 touch-screen smartphone for India and other emerging markets, seeking to regain ground in the sector. Read More >>

Tags: Nokia, Marco Argenti, Stephen Elop, Computers/Electronics, Telecommunications Equipment, Mobile Communications Equipment, Electronic Consumer Goods, Telecommunications, Cellular/Mobile Phones, Consumer Products, Durable Household Products, Electronics, Han
May 10, 2013

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Made-in-India label poses challenge for companies Made-in-India label poses challenge for companies
As Indian companies look to expand their footprint globally, and multinationals eye reverse innovations out of India, a certain provenance paradox appears to be posing a new challenge in this journey. Read More >>

Tags: Unilever,Mahindra Group,Hindustan UniLever,Harvard Business School,FIFA,Indian Companies world wide,India,Made in India
March 15, 2013

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Nissan plans first 'made-in-India' car in 5-6 years Nissan plans first 'made-in-India' car in 5-6 years
Japanese car maker Nissan plans to develop its first 'made-in-India' car in the next 5-6 years, and enhance the R&D centre at Chennai by doubling the strength of engineers to around 4,000 people. Read More >>

Tags: Renault-Nissan,Nissan,made in India car,business,cars,India
February 3, 2013

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McDonald's dismisses Sushma's charges, says it sources its ingredients locally McDonald's dismisses Sushma's charges, says it sources its ingredients locally
Fast food chain McDonald's on Tuesday disputed the remark of Leader of Opposition in Lok Sabha, Sushma Swaraj, in Parliament that it does not buy local produce, saying all the ingredients used in its products in India are sourced from within the country. Read More >>

Tags: mcdonalds, mcdonalds india, sushma swaraj, fdi in retail, fdi
December 4, 2012

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India assures investors of friendly, transparent policy regime India assures investors of friendly, transparent policy regime
India assured global investors that the country's growth story is intact and they can look forward to a stable and transparent policy regime. "I can see that foreign companies are interested in participating in India's growth story. Foreign partners can be assured of investment with a policy regime that is investor friendly, growth-oriented, open and transparent," Sharma told PTI in Davos. He said investments in India are secured and the country offers huge potential. "During my meetings here with top CEOs of various companies, they have appreciated the recent policy decisions regarding multi-brand retail, civil aviation and banking amendments," he added. The minister is here to participate in the annual WEF meeting. Indian government has liberalised foreign direct investment policy in sectors like retail allowing 51% FDI in multi-brand retail, hiking the cap to 100% in single-brand retail and permitting foreign airlines to buy 49% stake in Indian carriers. India has recorded a growth of 6.5% in 2011-12 and is expecting an economic expansion of 5.7% in the current financial year. The country has been registering decent growth despite the global economic woes which have pulled down growth in several developed nations. Top CEOs who met Sharma includes Novartis Global head of public and government affairs Petra Laux, BAE Systems Chairman Richard Olver and Royal Philips Electronics President & CEO Frans A Van Houten. Read More >>

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January 24, 2013

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India Extends Curbs on Lending Against Gold India Extends Curbs on Lending Against Gold
India's central bank said it is extending its restrictions on banks and non-bank financial companies providing loans to customers using gold bullion as security. Read More >>

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May 28, 2013

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Markets edge higher, RBI policy key Markets edge higher, RBI policy key
Indian shares edged higher in morning trades on Wednesday  led by buying in rate-sensitive sectors such as banks, real-estate ahead of the  Reserve Bank of India monetary policy next week amid hopes the central bank may cut interest rates to boost growth. Read More >>

Tags: BSE,Sensex,Stock Market news,Stock Markets,Stocks,Business,Business News,NSE,Nifty,INDIA,India Economy,World Stock Markets,Shares,Share Market,rbi,
January 23, 2013

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BSE Sensex edges lower; auto, capital goods hit| Reuter BSE Sensex edges lower; auto, capital goods hit| Reuter
MUMBAI (Reuters) - The BSE Sensex fell on Thursday, led by declines in auto stocks such as Tata Motors which fell on profit booking, while capital goods stocks such as Larsen & Toubro fell on worries of Read More >>

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December 20, 2012

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Apple denied permanent sales ban on infringing Samsung products Apple denied permanent sales ban on infringing Samsung products
In a court filing this evening, Judge Lucy Koh has denied Apple's request for a permanent sales ban on 26 Samsung products found to have infringed its patents in a jury verdict this past August.... Read More >>

Tags: Apple denied permanent sales ban, Samsung products, iphone 5 review, apple products review, iphone 5 price in india, iphone price details, samsung s3 review, samsung s3 price in india
December 18, 2012

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Helping consumers identify counterfeit products Helping consumers identify counterfeit products
The counterfeit product industry is an exploding $700 billion criminal industry with little information or protection available to consumers. Counterfeit goods, mainly from some countries, have become as profitable for criminal gangs as illegal drug trafficking, says a United Nations report. However, counterfeiters continue to pump counterfeit auto parts, fashion accessories, heath care items, pet supplies, and sporting goods into a market already saturated with fake Rolex watches and designer handbags.e.t.c.. Read More >>

Tags: fake medicine, how to check original product, how to find fake electronic accessories, identify counterfeit products, information about SAR value, safe SAR values world wide
July 8, 2013

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