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  1. Donald Trump Is Bad For American Consumers. Here’s Why

    covered by Huffpost | Read it on our website

    Trump administration will harm consumers. From its pledge to deregulate American businesses to its actions to dismantle the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau, to its clumsy attempt to eviscerate the Patient Protection and Affordable Care Act, it’s hard to know where to begin a column like this.

  2. Is this Flipkart’s last fundraise on road to IPO?

    covered by VC Circle | Read it on our website

    India’s largest e-commerce company Flipkart’s recent fundraise of $1.4 billion (around Rs 9,000 crore), the biggest-ever in the country’s burgeoning consumer internet sector, has undoubtedly filled its coffers for now, but it also begs some important questions. 

  3. Plastics Reshaping Wearable Medical Devices

    covered by Omnexus Special Chem | Read it on our website

    Metals and ceramics are prevalent in the medical industry. However, the unique properties of polymeric materials and their blends exhibit potential as better replacements for conventional materials.

  4. How ‘The Donald’ Does Intellectual Property

    covered by IPwatchdog | Read it on our website

    Donald Trump, the 45th President of the United States managed to get elected based at least in part on his real or perceived success as a businessman. He achieved this reputation in part by licensing his “Trump” brand name—a kind of intellectual property—to third parties.

  5. Omani city bullish on China shops

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    The new Chinese shopping center in Salalah, Oman, offers more than 250 businesses, including a children's play area, a water fountain and a food court, but the country’s second-largest city hopes the center is just the first piece in a much-larger economic picture.

  6. Understanding employment picture is no easy job

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    It said 98 percent of professionals in the Middle East are looking for jobs.The reality is much simpler. Most of that surprisingly high percentage includes anyone looking for a new job even if it's simply checking job opportunities on an internet portal.

  7. Diversification -- not oil -- fuels Dubai

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    The downturn in oil prices and other financial pressures in the GCC have not slowed economic growth in Dubai, a crown jewel of the UAE that continues to draw on a vibrant tourism base and diversify the country away from independence on fossil fuels.

  8. Oil recovery credited with bump in Qatar GDP

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    Recently released figures show some gains in Qatar’s projected GDP during the third quarter of 2016 -- an estimated 3.7 percent year-over-year growth. Officials estimate that, factoring in constant prices, the country's gross domestic product rose 3.6 percent from second-quarter figures. 

  9. Online traffic has grown in aviation since demonetisation

    covered by The Hindu Business Line | Read it on our website

    India’s online travel segment is expected to grow 17.8 per cent during 2013–2016E, outperforming the overall travel market by six percentage points. Online travel (online gross bookings) now constitutes an estimated 41 per cent of the overall Indian travel market, according to global research and analytics company Aranca.

  10. Oman to reap revenues from new VAT system

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    As GCC countries start looking at the real impact of the coming Value Added Tax (VAT), planned for the beginning of 2018, the country of Oman is realizing that it may have quite a lot of extra revenues to manage even as financial pressures threaten the region.

  11. AAOIFI promotes centralized sharia boards

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    Earlier this month, at the annual conference of the Accounting and Auditing Organization for Islamic Finance Institutions (AAOIFI), participants looked at a preliminary study for centralized sharia boards in order to regulate finances in GCC nations.

  12. Article - Sector View: Solvents VOC

    covered by World Of Chemicals | Read it on our website

    In place since the 1970s, regulations limiting Volatile Organic Compounds (VOC) emissions in paint & coating products are getting stricter. Enforced by agencies such as the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in the US and legislations like the Registration, Evaluation and Authorization of Chemicals (REACH) in the EU, they are meant to

  13. Qatar raises select government salaries

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    Under pressure from lower oil prices, the Gulf Coast country of Qatar is increasing pay for a range of government employees.A Nov. 7 press release shows the government is poised to make substantial increases, even doubling some government salaries.The move comes after a series of cutbacks and layoffs in

  14. What Trump Presidency May Mean For Manufacturing?

    covered by Manufacturing Business Technology | Read it on our website

    Following a protectionist policy alone will not help the US in the long run as the global shifts in manufacturing will always follow both demand dynamics and cost advantages. Intense lobbying is expected in early 2017 between the Corporate America and the Trump administration, and a compromise solution is the one

  15. Artificial Intelligence: Breaking new grounds

    covered by ETCio.com | Read it on our website

    Artificial Intelligence evokes a whole gamut of reactions. The cinematic world has been taking unrestrained creative liberty for ages. Such ambiguities that hound artificial intelligence (AI) clearly stem from an inherent lack of understanding of its root concepts. Interestingly, in one form or the other, the human race is already

  16. Dubai, Turin team up for sustainable business development

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    Leaders in Dubai are getting help with sustainable energy goals and ecological business plans from a partner on the other side of the Mediterranean.An Oct. 23 press release shows the secretary general of Dubai GEP, Fahad Al Gergawi, and an Italian official, Turin’s Mayor Chiara Appendino, in a Dubai l

  17. How biometrics is changing Latin American banking

    covered by IDG Connect | Read it on our website

    In Brazil you can go to an ATM and withdraw cash with just your fingerprint. The tech has been around for a while and has changed the way Brazilians are banking. They are not the only ones. Bankingtech.com recently reported that Nequi, a financial mobile banking

  18. City Airport may Let You Enter with Your Aadhaar

    covered by Economic times | Read it on our website

    Have an Aadhaar card? Jump the queues at the airport.Bangalore International Airport is preparing to introduce biometric screening at entry for holders of India’s digital identity numbers, the first step in adding a layer of security and efficiency at one of the country’s busiest air

  19. Stocks could drop after the vote, no matter who wins

    covered by Yahoo Finance | Read it on our website

    Hang on, investors. Stocks may be headed for some bumps after the presidential race is decided, and that could happen regardless of who wins the loud, crazy and unpredictable campaign.The market may be in for an election correction that's fairly common when an incumbent president isn't on

  20. Saudi oil production falls from record highs

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    A Reuters article from Oct. 18 shows exports of crude oil from Saudi Arabia fell from 7.6 million barrels per day to 7.3 million barrels per day in the month of July.The numbers come from information materials provided by Saudi Arabia as a member of the Organization of Petroleum Exporting

  21. Bakery ingredients used for quality, shelf life

    covered by Ingredients South Asia | Read it on our website

    MATERIALS used in bakeries are known as bakery ingredients. They include bases (flours of various kinds), additives (emulsifying agents, sweeteners, etc.) and enhancers (gar- nishes, flavours, flavour enhancers, etc.). These ingredients improve protein content and aeration and help maintain the freshness of baked foods. Baked products include foods such as

  22. Can Egypt handle IMF loan?

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    With inflation in the high teens, and other factors putting pressure on the national economy, the country of Egypt has pursued a plan to take out a $12 billion loan from the International Monetary Fund (IMF) -- and the eventual resolution of this deal is coming soon.Reports released earlier this

  23. India’s Healthcare Sector : More Mergers and Acquisitions in the Future

    covered by Healthcare Executive | Read it on our website

    India is a complicated place in which to do business, particularly in the healthcare sector. When it comes to mergers and acquisitions, it’s not unlike Monopoly: the more assets a company has, the more valuable they are. Despite cultural differences and language barriers, however, every forward-thinking company needs to c

  24. Private health care in Oman expands to address unmet demand

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    The Gulf Coast nation of Oman is seeing a rise in private health care services, the result of efforts to expand domestic health care systems to meet demand. New private facilities are changing a medical landscape that has been dominated by government-funded medical infrastructure.A Sept. 18 story in 

  25. Oman focuses on improving domestic trade

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    Wednesday, Oct 5, 2016 Recent efforts by the Oman Ministry of Commerce and Industry (MoCI) are aimed at promoting the local production of goods, in an attempt to improve the national economy.A Sept. 19 announcement of a study program by the agency describes its purpose: “to reduce import (sic) and boost l

  26. Dubai’s medical sector keeps on growing

    covered by idexportgulfnews | Read it on our website

    With a 13% annual growth in Dubai medical sector by 2021 and an investment of over US$272.2 million last year, Dubai Health Authority (DHA) expects to welcome around 1.3 million medical tourists to the emirate within the next five years[1]. Details released by the Dubai Statistic Centre (DSC) show that Dubai’s 26 hospitals, b

  27. Dubai expecting13% annual growth in medical tourism by 2021

    covered by Travel and Tour World | Read it on our website

    Dubai is all set to provide medical tourism to its global community. In coming years, this cosmopolitan city expects an annual growth of 13 million medical tourists surpassing previous records. As per the statistics released by Dubai Statistic Center or DSC, 26 hospitals in this modern city did 46 percent of its business

  28. 13% annual growth in Dubai medical sector by 2021

    covered by HotelierMiddleEast.com | Read it on our website

    Dubai progresses in its vision to grow its health care system to the point where it offers medical tourism to the global communityDubai authorities have said that with an investment of over US$272.2 million last year, they expect to welcome around 1.3 million medical tourists to the emirate within the next

  29. 13% annual growth in Dubai medical sector by 2021

    covered by Arabian Industry | Read it on our website

    Dubai progresses in its vision to grow its health care system to the point where it offers medical tourism to the global communityDubai authorities have said that with an investment of over US$272.2 million last year, they expect to welcome around 1.3 million medical tourists to the emirate within the next

  30. Dubai planning for 13% annual growth in medical sector until 2021

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    In a region that's quickly modernizing, one of the Gulf area's primary cosmopolitan cities, Dubai, is determined to grow its health care system to the point where it offers medical tourism to the global community.Dubai authorities are announcing that with an investment of over $272.2 million last year, they expect

  31. When could China onshore bonds be included on global indices?

    covered by Portfolio-Advisor | Read it on our website

    Three global indices are considering including China's onshore bonds on their indices, which has the potential for strong capital inflows. Talks are underway between China and three key global bond benchmark indices – JP Morgan Global Government Bond Index, Barclays Capital Global Aggregate Bond Index and Citi World Government Bond Index&n

  32. When could China onshore bonds be included on global indices?

    covered by Fund Selector Asia | Read it on our website

    Three global indices are considering including China's onshore bonds on their indices, which has the potential for strong capital inflows. Talks are underway between China and three key global bond benchmark indices – JP Morgan Global Government Bond Index, Barclays Capital Global Aggregate Bond Index and Citi World Government B

  33. Report cites job stability, higher wages for Saudi workers

    covered by Gulf News Journal | Read it on our website

    In a time when the Saudi economy is struggling with lower oil prices while taking on ambitious energy and economic projects, there is some glimmer of light for Saudi workers, particularly native citizens. A study by the Korn Ferry Hay Group shows big increases across the board for salaries in

  34. Evolution & future scenario - Thai Nutrition Labelling

    covered by Food & Beverage News | Read it on our website

    Introduction: Thailand has earned a good reputation in the global food market and is advancing towards becoming a global leader in food production and exports. Darsh Lathia from Aranca presents his views on the evolution of nutrition Labelling in Thailand.  Read more - http://www.aranca

  35. nuTonomy beats the likes of Google and Uber by launching world's first self-driving taxi service

    covered by Economic Times Print Edition | Read it on our website

    BENGALURU: A three-year-old Singapore-based startup called nuTonomy has stolen the thunder from the likes of Google and Apple, Ford and General Motors, Uber and Lyft, by launching the world's first self-driving taxi service last week.  Founded by two Massachusetts Institute of Technology researchers, Karl Iagnemma and Emilio Frazzoli, the

  36. Driverless cars: The world is up for it, India isn't

    covered by ET Tech | Read it on our website

    Google and Apple have great ambitions for the space. Ford plans to get a model on the road by 2021. General Motors pumped in $500 million into ride sharing app Lyft to get a toehold. Uber will pilot its service in Pittsburgh in the United States later this month. Driverless cars --

  37. NuTonomics & the Future of Driving

    covered by Times of India | Read it on our website

    A three-year-old Singapore based startup called NuTonomy has stolen the thunder from the likes of Google and Apple, Ford and General Motors, Uber and Lyft - NuTonomy launched the world's first self-driving taxi service last week.

  38. Saudi Arabia working on renewable energy projects for Vision 2030

    covered by Green Area | Read it on our website

    As part of Saudi Arabia’s bold new plan to modernize the kingdom, known as Vision 2030, the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) is taking steps to identify sites for renewable energy projects within the country. An Aug. 14 press release shows the SEC has started looking at developing plans to implement new e

  39. Saudi Arabia working on renewable energy projects for Vision 2030

    covered by Gulf News Journal Reports | Read it on our website

    As part of Saudi Arabia's bold new plan to modernize the kingdom, known as Vision 2030, the Saudi Electricity Company (SEC) is taking steps to identify sites for renewable energy projects within the country.An Aug. 14 press release shows the SEC has started looking at developing plans to implement new

  40. Aramco IPO sparks exchange scramble

    covered by globalinvestormagazine | Read it on our website

    Saudi Aramco’s proposed IPO is raising as many questions as answers, not least over which foreign bourse will host the overseas listing, writes James GavinTouted as the world’s biggest ever public flotation, the proposed initial public offering (IPO) of 5% of state oil company Saudi Aramco is the cornerstone of

  41. Proposed Project to Expand Gulf of Mexico Port Capacity

    covered by Technology Business Petroleum | Read it on our website

    A new deepwater port project planned for Louisiana aims to complement existing Gulf Coast infrastructure to service the oil and gas industry. Located in western Louisiana on the Calcasieu Ship Channel just south of Lakes Charles, the Port Cameron project will allow for faster deployment of supply vessels, support and

  42. Upstream and downstream integration for KSA

    covered by Arabian Oil & Gas | Read it on our website

    Saudi Arabia’s upstream and downstream giants Aramco and Saudi Arabian Basic Industries Corporation (SABIC) are looking into the possibility of developing a crude oil-to-chemicals plant in Saudi Arabia. The two energy giants signed an agreement late in June to conduct a feasibility study on the development of such a f

  43. The healthcare industry could have a lot riding on IoT

    covered by ET Tech | Read it on our website

    The Internet of Things (IoT) has opened up a world of possibilities that make the world of tomorrow seem closer than ever before. Although just a small sub-set of IoT's potential applications, its ability to revolutionize the mundane in healthcare and medicine is spurring some interesting developments. 

  44. History favors an election correction for stocks

    covered by Yahoo Finance | Read it on our website

    No matter who you're pulling for in this year's presidential election, if you're an investor, don't bet on either candidate giving a lift to the stock market or your portfolio this year. The market may be in for an election correction.http://finance.yahoo.com/news/...

  45. Hedge funds finding regulation tougher than asset growth

    covered by Euromoney Seminars | Read it on our website

    Managing regulation cited as number one challenge by hedge funds Keeping up with regulation has become equal to the challenge that asset growth poses for hedge funds, according to a report by analyst house Aranca and financial services tech firm FIS.Half of the 258 hedge fund professionals polled ranked growing

  46. Emerging Markets' Infrastructural Sector

    covered by Seeking Alpha | Read it on our website

    The global infrastructure sector continues to bear the brunt of constrained public budgets and lack of effective government and private partnerships that have led to inadequate investment and disappointing growth.

  47. News Analysis: Clear Vision

    covered by Arabian Oil and Gas | Read it on our website

    The Saudi’s 2030 Vision was perhaps one of the most hotly discussed news in the past couple of months. And rightly so, it includes some quite radical economic reforms and promises to significantly open up the Kingdom for more foreign investment.

  48. Saudi Arabia's 'Vision 2030' To Transform Its Economy

    covered by Seeking Alpha

    The oil-dependent Kingdom of Saudi Arabia has a long-term blueprint to transform itself into a diversified economy, with non-oil government revenues projected to increase six-fold to SAR1tn by 2030. It’s an ambitious dream to transform an economy that relies on crude oil exports for more than 70% of government revenues.

  49. Everything You Need to Know About the Saudi Aramco IPO

    covered by TheStreet

    A bigger flow of foreign capital into Saudi Arabia could play a crucial role in diversifying the country's revenue sources outside oil and into other industries and sectors. Also, these measures could have valuable long-term impact on the country's employable population, 70% of which is below 30.

  50. Saudi Aramco IPO - A Reality Of Mythical Proportions?

    covered by Seeking Alpha

    Saudi Aramco is one of the largest oil exploring and producing companies in the world. Aramco came out with an official announcement stating that it was considering options to allow public participation in its equity through an IPO.

  51. The 5 top presidential election years for stocks

    covered by Big News Network

    History suggests the stock market should be very good to investors this year. But history isn't always the best prognosticator. During an election year in which an incumbent president is not running for re-election, the Dow Jones industrial average, or DJIA, gains about 13% on average, according to Bloomberg data

  52. Investors slow to unearth hidden emerging equity gems

    covered by Reuters | Read it on our website

    Indian airlines, Brazilian chemical producers and Turkish car makers and are just some of the emerging market firms thriving thanks to low commodity prices, and yet investors are often slow to catch on due to the asset class's dismal overall performance.

  53. Value Stock at the cusp of re-rating

    covered by Seeking Alpha | Read it on our website

    Value Investing, a Bottom-up Approach In December 2015, the US Federal Reserve decided to normalize interest rates with an increase in the federal funds rate for the first time since 2006. This reversal in interest rates is compelling investment managers to revisit their strategies.

  54. NASA INITIATIVE

    covered by TechCrunch | Read it on our website

    In late November, Jeff Bezos’ Blue Origin managed to do what most refer to as the ‘Holy Grail of Rocketry’ — successfully send a rocket 62 miles into space and then, in a carefully controlled descent, land it upright just four-and-a-half feet from the center of its Launchpad.

  55. New Research Reveals Investors Flocking to Listed Infrastructure

    covered by InvestorIndeas | Read it on our website

    Anticipating the likely interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve later this year, the Investment Research & Analytics division at Aranca, a global customized research and analytics company, released its new report: Listed Infrastructure – An Attractive Alternative showing that listed infrastructure is attracting investors in a big way.

  56. New Research Reveals Investors Flocking to Listed Infrastructure

    covered by Menafn | Read it on our website

    Anticipating the likely interest rate hike by the U.S. Federal Reserve later this year, the Investment Research & Analytics division at Aranca, a global customized research and analytics company, released its new report: Listed Infrastructure – An Attractive Alternative showing that listed infrastructure is attracting investors in a big way.

  57. Urbanization to step up Saudi economic growth

    covered by TradeArabia | Read it on our website

    Rapid urbanization, expected to add about seven million to Saudi Arabia’s urban population by 2025, is likely to create immediate growth opportunities in the Kingdom with regard to sustainable housing and utilities infrastructure, a report said

  58. Asia-Pacific Emerging as a Hotbed of Startups for VC Investors

    covered by Iamwire | Read it on our website

    The startup ecosystem in the emerging economies of Asia-Pacific is still at a nascent stage, but is rapidly evolving. Asia-Pacific region has overtaken Europe in terms of deal value and has emerged as hotbed for venture capital (VC) investors, who are attracted by the region’s growth prospects.

  59. Buybacks & Dividends – A Trillion Dollar Offer: Aranca

    covered by Value Walk

    Among the sectors, Information Technology with Apple continued to lead in Q1 15. Since 1995, the S&P 500 buyback index has provided better returns than the benchmark S&P 500 index.

  60. Ms. Yellen Is Reluctant To Raise Rates

    covered by Smarter Analyst

    The Janet Yellen Fed will not raise interest rates in any meaningful way anytime soon. Instead, she will announce new QE programs. On Wednesday, red was showing up just about everywhere – U.S. stocks, European stocks, Asian stocks, emerging markets stocks, crude oil, but it could have been worse.

  61. Why Bailing Out Greece Helps the Entire Eurozone

    covered by TheStreet

    Greece had hoped to conclude negotiations with its international creditors by early Tuesday at the latest, as talks continued in Athens on a new multi-billion euro bailout designed to keep the country from financial ruin.

  62. Egypt's Fate Rides High On The New Suez Canal

    covered by SeekingAlpha

    Symbol for rebirth of Egypt, the new dual Suez Canal has opened. An engineering feat indeed, the Canal is expected to generate $13.2 billion each year by 2023.

  63. NFP Could Drive Gold Under $1,000

    covered by Market Pulse

    Gold prices were marching lower ahead of a key employment report that is expected to set the tone for the battered precious metal.

  64. 3 Reasons to Keep Buying Apple Despite Recent Swoon

    covered by TheStreet

    Euphoria built around the new iPhone's sales and the Apple Watch did little to bolster Apple's (AAPL) share price after third-quarter results sent the stock down high single digits.

  65. People Are The Weakest Link

    covered by WealthManagement

    There’s so much chatter about the flood of cybersecurity threats around financial services firms, and the technology that can hold it at bay, it’s easy to forget most lapses are the result of personal negligence - even among people who should know better

  66. Despite strong performance, advisers keep the cork in wine investments

    covered by InvestmentNews

    If your clients have patience, money and some more money, investing in wine might be an ideal portfolio diversification strategy.Beyond the steep transaction costs, insurance and storage fees; illiquidity and general lack of regulatory oversight, wine can be a fine investment for the right person, according to Avinash Singh,

  67. Everything You Need to Know About Greece Right Now

    covered by TheStreet

    Greece has reached a tipping point. Talks between the country and its creditors failed Friday, leading the country to effectively default on 1.5 billion euros it owed the International Monetary Fund.

  68. High-Yield Bonds Remain Attractive Despite Risks And Concerns

    covered by SeekingAlpha

    The global high-yield bond markets have witnessed significant growth and diversification over the last few years aided by the extraordinary monetary policy accommodation provided by central banks.

  69. Who Will Be Hurt Most When The Tech Bubble Bursts? Not VCs.

    covered by TechCrunch

    Do we have a ticking time bomb on hand? The debate over whether Silicon Valley is sitting on another tech bubble rages on. It is being fueled by many celebrated “unicorns” that have attracted billions of investor dollars at sky-high valuations without demonstrating the returns.

  70. Are unicorn valuations part fantasy?

    covered by San Francisco Chronicle

    Unicorn is a term bestowed on privately held companies valued at more than $1 billion because they were once so rare. Now they are more like a herd — numbering 103 worldwide, including 65 in the United States, according to CB Insights. But the term is still fitting because their valuations involve an

  71. European economic crisis deepens, mutual funds take the heat

    covered by The Economic Times | Read it on our website

    MUMBAI: When domestic mutual funds launched schemes that invest in Euopean companies early this year, their sales pitch was that the region's shares would outperform emerging markets driven by a recovery in the economies. But, with Europe's economic crisis becoming more acute by the day, investors may be left high

  72. Generic drugs: Striking the Right Chord

    covered by DOC N DOC | Read it on our website

    DOC N DOC, a monthly knowledge and lifestyle magazine by Media Transasia, in its October 2014 issue carried an article titled 'Generic drugs: Striking the right cord' featuring expert opinions on the generic medicine market in India, its scope of growth and limiting factors. Prakash Kailasam, AVP of our Intellectual Property

  73. Aranca: Unlocking New Business Possibilities with IP & Business Valuation

    covered by Siliconindia.com | Read it on our website

    Dealing with intangible and intellectual assets is way more tortuous than dealing with tangible assets. Gone are the days when IPR (Intellectual Property Rights) were solely seen as legal agendas. IPRs today play a significant role in corporate strategy andthe accurate valuation of IP remains a major impediment to their

  74. Hotel News Middle East Magazine Launches

    covered by The-media-network.com | Read it on our website

    BNC Publishing has debuted Hotel News Middle East magazine across the UAE. Launched this week alongside the Hotel Show in Dubai, the publication is geared towards discerning hoteliers and will act as a vital resource for industry professionals seeking reliable, current information about the region’s burgeoning hospitality space. Covering t

  75. CEOs rode market boom in second innings

    covered by Business-Standard.com | Read it on our website

    Under second-term chiefs, market capitalisation grew faster, companies beat benchmark Nifty Riding on a stock market boom since 2009, India Inc’s chief executives have been able to salvage a lot of lost pride in their second innings.

  76. China’s shadow banking: five numbers investors need to know

    covered by Citywireasia.com | Read it on our website

    Many investors remain concerned about China's shadow banking, estimates of which vary widely. Casting a dark shadow Over the last few years, debt levels have risen significantly in China. Concurrently, shadow banking – lending by non-bank intermediaries – has also grown significantly. ‘Around 40% of new lending last year came from sources that are c

  77. Industrial Policy To Cement MSME In T: Experts

    covered by Siasat.com | Read it on our website

    CII, in partnership with Government of Telangana, organized a conference on Manufacturing Excellence called ‘Man’Exe 2014, here today. This is the eleventh edition of the leadership series on Manufacturing Excellence, which is focusing on Innovation and Sustainable Growth.

  78. Powerful show

    covered by Business Standard | Read it on our website

    Power utility stocks have seen good gains in recent months, further upside depends on their ability to deliver on promises.

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