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TV prices not to go down in festive season due to duty cut on component

The finance ministry on Tuesday late night issued a notification to scrap import duty on open cell LED panel used in televisions from 5% to zero.

Motorola joins hands with Flipkart to foray into smart TV segment in India

With this, Motorola joins players like Samsung, Xiaomi, Micromax and Intex who sell both smartphones and smart TVs.

White goods cos hope eco booster to push festive sales

Slowdown in the last two months has been a damper despite good monsoon. Retailers meanwhile, are optimistic about the festive season.

Johnson Lifts sets sights on government deals to maintain growth

The closely held Chennai based company has bagged tenders worth ₹250 crore for providing lifts and escalators for multiple phases of the Mumbai Metro project, which is currently under construction.

BSH Home Appliances' Indian MD Gunjan Srivastava elevated as head of BSH Region Asia-Pacific

Srivastava will be succeeded by Neeraj Bahl who takes over charge of the Indian business as it's MD and CEO.

Entry of newer players expanding male grooming market: Philips

Taurani said the increase in competition from entry of newer brands will benefit the category considering penetration is a mere 14-15%.

Tatas want Voltas to be durable, plan to hive off its projects business

The Move is part of strategy to cut costs, boost efficiency by integrating operations that have synergies.

Summer heat sends sale of ACs, refrigerators soaring

Smaller cities, towns see big sales growth, as easy finance also aids demand.

These ACs will be sold through the portal, EESLmart.in, which marks EESL’s foray into e-commerce, an official statement said.

The big picture: TVs watch from the stands as ACs post mammoth total

For the first time, TV sales have not shown the usual spike during a World Cup, following the rise in spending on ACs.

Large-screen TV sales soar up to 100 pc as World Cup fever grips fans

Large-screen TV sales soar up to 100 pc as World Cup fever grips fans

Consumer electronics makers as Sony, Samsung, LG and Panasonic have reported up to 100 pc jump in sales of large-screen TVs (55-inch and above) compared to the same period last year.

TV sales roll on World Cup pitch

TV sales roll on World Cup pitch

Both e-tailers, Amazon and Flipkart, have seen a spike in the sales of large-screen televisions.

Air cooler makers expect double-digit jump in sales this season as mercury soars

Air cooler makers expect double-digit jump in sales this season as mercury soars

Air cooler makers expect a shift in leading markets with a huge replacement demand for branded coolers.

Panasonic India FY19 revenue up a tad

Panasonic India FY19 revenue up a tad

The consumer electronics business, Panasonic's largest in India, grew 2% to Rs 4,000 crore last fiscal year.

Chinese invaders force big TV brands to tweak pricing call

Chinese invaders force big TV brands to tweak pricing call

Samsung and LG want to narrow the pricing premium over brands such as Xiaomi, TCL, Thomson and BPL.

Sold over 2 million TV units in India in 14 months: Xiaomi

Sold over 2 million TV units in India in 14 months: Xiaomi

Xiaomi said it is also the number one smart TV brand in India for three consecutive quarters in a row

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