France announces 1st death in Europe of virus patient
The patient, a Chinese tourist from the province of Hubei, had a lung infection caused by the coronavirus. He arrived in France on Jan. 16, then was hospitalized on Jan. 25 under strict isolation measures. His condition deteriorated rapidly.
Tata Steel capex likely to hit Rs 9,000 crore in FY20
The company had invested around Rs 1,367 crore for its India operation, including about...
First coronavirus death outside Asia as China toll leaps past 1,500
More than 66,000 people have now been infected in China from a virus that...
Like Europe in medieval times: Coronavirus slows China’s economy
The global economy could suffer the longer China stays in low gear. It has been hampered by both the outbreak and its own containment efforts, a process that has cut off workers from their jobs and factories from their raw materials.
Europe's top economies falter as new virus clouds outlook
Growth in both nations sputtered in 2019, with output actually shrinking for Germany in the April-June quarter and for France in October-December.
Analysts welcome Tata Steel’s plan to cut debt, but stock falls 6% post Q3 numbers
During the quarter ended December, Tata Steel deleveraged ₹2,300 crore.
Hyundai unveils new Tucson; eyes greater share in premium SUV segment
Hyundai Motor India on Wednesday launched a new version of its premium SUV Tuscon as it looks to bolster its presence in the segment.
Person of Indian Origin (PIO) figures in Europe’s biggest tax heist
They fooled the system in a way that that two investors could claim refunds for taxes that were paid just once.
France confirms 2 cases of virus from China, 1st in Europe
The number of confirmed cases around the world has climbed sharply to more than 850, the bulk of them in China. There have been at least 25 deaths, all of them in China.
Mushrooms under contraband cloud
Buyers should exert morel pressure to ensure ethical sourcing of porcini.
There's an opportunity in export for tyres, especially to Europe, says Anant Goenka, MD, Ceat
The tyre industry in India has seen its growth momentum getting arrested due to a slowdown in the sales of vehicles, which has led Cear to defer some of its planned capital investment but they still see an opportunity in export.
Aiming for dominant position in electric bicycle segment in Europe: Hero Cycles
"The Europe market is big and growing... the market there is very predictable... HNF is the entry point as we have gone from India to Germany. In the future we may also cater to other countries from there (Germany)," Hero Motors Company (HMC) Chairman Pankaj M Munjal told PTI.
Singapore Air considers adding more Boeing jets in India to fight Emirates
While India’s aviation market is growing fast, it’s notoriously difficult to make money there as fares often sell below cost. Jet Airways India Ltd., once the country’s largest airline by market value, has been grounded after it ran out of money and the government has been struggling to find a buyer for unprofitable Air India Ltd.
How technology saved China’s economy
China may be using technology for surveillance, but it has also created a new engine of growth
WEF Day 2: Trump kept Europe's richest man Bernard Arnault by his side, called Musk a genius; Prince Charles hung out with Greta
After settling an unprecedented crisis in the British royal family, Prince Charles was in Davos on another crucial mission - to save the planet.
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