India ranks 73rd in UN index assessing e-commerce readiness
The United Nations Conference on Trade and Development's Business-to-Consumer (B2C) E-commerce Index 2019 has been topped by the Netherlands for the second consecutive year. The index scores 152 nations on their readiness for online shopping, worth an estimated USD 3.9 trillion globally in 2017, up 22 per cent from the previous year.
Next Trump tariffs may soon hit Europe’s luxury exporters
U.S. has identified possible targets -- with tariffs potentially as high as 100% --...
IndiGo plans to enter Europe via Tbilisi from early next year
The no-frills airline has already completed the safety risk assessment and stat...
Analysts bet on the cheapest Indian stock, expect it to stage a big comeback in 2020
To be sure, the company's debt-to-equity ratio is higher than most local peers.
Tata Steel rejigs India, Europe operations
“In Europe, we have some 300 subsidiaries. The clean-up has already started and we are looking to reduce them by 100 to 120 this year,” said TV Narendran, CEO, Tata Steel.
Tata Steel Europe to sell Cogent Power to JFE Shoji
CPI is part of Cogent Electrical Steels, one of the five non-core business units, the sale of which Tata Steel Europe had announced in May 2018.
Huawei India CEO says Europe isn't able to balance data protection and data usage
The executive said that 5G isn't going to be driven by individuals, but enterprises and cross verticals such as manufacturing and healthcare.
Tata Steel confirms job cuts of up to 3,000 across European operations
The Indian steel major said the changes were needed to ensure the business can thrive despite severe market headwinds and also accelerate innovation towards carbon-neutral steel making.
HAL-made Dornier 228 aircraft can now be used in Europe
The non-pressurised plane has maximum cruise speed of 428 kmph and a range of 700 km.
India explores partnership with Visegrad Group in Central Europe with Jaishankar visit
During his visit, Jaishankar held discussions with his Hungarian counterpart on a wide range of bilateral and multilateral issues.
Heatwave in Europe should fan innovation
A few companies have come out with futuristic fans.
Uncertainty looms as Covid-19 wreaks havoc on F1 2020 season
The season-opening Australian Grand Prix, set to take place this weekend, was called off just hours before its first practice session, after a member of the McLaren team tested positive for Covid-19, prompting the team’s withdrawal from the event.
From Eastern Europe to South Czech Republic: Explore the heritage circuit of local cultures
The grounds of Kyoto Imperial Palace play host to the splendid Aoi Festival every May.
Tata Steel rejigs top deck in Europe
Dr Henrik Adam, currently Chief Commercial Officer, TSE has been appointed to succeed Hans as the CEO from July 1, 2019.
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