Mamy Poko catching up with leader P&G in diaper biz in India
Japanese sanitary goods maker Unicharm that outpaced Procter & Gamble in several Asian countries in disposable diapers segment over the past decade is now within striking distance of its American rival in India, too.
Chinese city turns into ghost town after Samsung shifts operation to India, Vietnam
Huizhou city has turned a "ghost town" after Samsung closed its last smartphone factory in China.
Parliament has right to undo Court’s verdicts: Ravi Shankar Prasad
Union Law and Justice Ravi Shankar Prasad in Rajya Sabha said that two Houses of Parliament are sovereign in law making. He said, “We respec...
Pharma companies seek hike in drug rates under price control
Chinese API imports turn 200% costlier, making production costlier in India. Over 70% of the country’s total bulk drug requirement comes from China. These bulk drugs or active pharmaceutical ingredients (API) are used in producing medicines, including essential items like antibiotics, vitamins and folic acid.
No decline in exports under GSP tariffs after benefits withdrawn: Piyush Goyal
In 2018, India exported goods worth of $6.3 billion (as per USTR figures) to the US under the GSP, which was around 12.1 per cent of India’s total export to the US. The average duty concessions accruing on account of GSP were almost $240 million in 2018, which was about 3.8 per cent of India’s exports to the US availing the GSP benefits.
Reserve Bank of India February rate cut on a knife's edge: Poll
But the central bank acknowledged there was room for further cuts.
Next big wave of technology Unicorn listings could be in India
Mohandas Pai said that liquidity and valuations shouldn’t be concerns for companies seeking to list, as the market is “flush with money” and India investors have shown a willingness to pay up for growth stocks.
COP 25: India calls for speedier expansion of international solar alliance
Expressing contentment over 83 countries joining the ISA in just four years, Javadekar said, "When ISA was launched, the idea was that all those countries who get more solar energy as they fall between the Tropic of Cancer and the Tropic of Capricorn should come together to create the consumers' own market.
TikTok owner has a new music app for India - Resso
ByteDance Inc is testing a new music app in India and Indonesia as it tries to pull off another global sensation.
Financial officers in India feel healthy corporate culture is critical to building trust: Survey
"Driving culture transformation in finance is imperative to presenting a forward-looking corporate reporting based on a wider balance between financial and non-financial information," Sandip Khetan, national leader and partner, financial accounting advisory services, EY India, said.
Air India seeks Rs 2,400 cr government guarantee to raise funds
Faced with acute financial crunch, Air India has sought Rs 2,400 crore guarantee from the government to raise fresh funds to mainly meet its operational requirements, according to an official.
Home Minister Amit Shah misleading country on Citizenship Bill: Congress
The government is trying to divide the people of the country and divert attention from the problems being faced by them, Congress General Secretary (organisation) K C Venugopal told.
Zero impact of cost-cutting on India business, says Aviva
Aviva sells insurance policies through DBS and Bank of Maharashtra and through corporate agency tie-ups.
China on mind, India set to hand over sub to Myanmar
The impending transfer of the INS Sindhuvir is part of India’s continuing policy to counter China’s strategic inroads into Myanmar. The 3,000-tonne INS Sindhuvir may be 31 years old but it has undergone regular refits in India and Russia over the years, with the latest modernisation work being undertaken on the diesel-electric boat in Visakhapatnam.
Cricket: Team India needs a new approach in T20s
In T20s, India need players who can bat around Viratt Kohli and Rohit Sharma and play with more freedom. India won the first T20I despite hitting fewer boundaries than the West Indies, but just like Kohli’s special knock, that was an exception, not the rule. Which is why the West Indies might go into the decider in Mumbai as the slight favourites.
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