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During Indian Prime Minister Manmohan Singh’s current visit to the United States, he will no doubt encourage American business to invest in his country, and perhaps contemplate why far more U.S. investment, and notably pharmaceutical investment, goes to China. At first glance it is mystifying, because India is the most interesting pharmaceutical market in the world, containing every imaginable product and producer; but it also contains every kind of frustration for producers and investors, especially foreign players. It all proved too much for one major player, Novartis, the Swiss pharmaceutical giant. This month its CEO ...
in the world. At 0.66 km of highway per square kilometer of land the density of India’s highway network is higher than that of the United States (0.65) and far higher than that of China's (0.16) or Brazil's (0.20). 1 However, as of 2002 only 47.3% of the network consisted of paved roads. 1 Historically the funds set aside for the maintenance and expansion of the road network have been insufficient 1 but major efforts are currently underway to modernize the country's road infrastructure and India plans to spend approximately $70 Billion USD over the next three years. 2 3 4 5 Some of the major projects that are ...
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Investing in India - The Rupee needs a symbol, the Euro needs ...
Having exhausted all their energy on drafting and re-drafting the Direct Tax Code, one would have thought that the Ministry of Finance would have wanted to take a break from their thankless task. But, no such luck. Parallel processing is second nature to our bureaucrats just as parallel processing wealth for themselves and their family and friends is second nature to our politicians. ---------------- It's time you got greedy about this stock... ---------------- We've hit upon an investment opportunity in India that can earn you a safe 100% return in the next 3 - 4 years. And we really don't want you to miss out on it. market research, surveys and trends
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Even less stable at the time were the countries below us. It was just after I’d witnessed the British handover of Hong Kong to the Chinese back in 1997. And no sooner had I left Hong Kong than the Asian Financial Crisis began. Thailand was the first domino to fall and the rest followed in lockstep – except for one country: India. “Big Bull” and Emerging Market Mischief It was my first visit to India. And while the country did fall, it wasn’t the Asian contagion that brought it down. Instead, it was the shenanigans of Hershad Mehta, fondly known as the “Big Bull” in reference to his bullish calls on the Bombay Stock Exchange. ... market research, surveys and trends

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State Bank of India in February and on Reliance Power's $3 billion IPO of a 10.1 percent stake in January. The bank, like its rivals, has suffered a severe ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
Survey of FDI in India
The annual flow of FDI rose from a paltry USD 0.1 billion in 1991 to USD .... The majority of the MNCs investing in India – about 53 percent – are focused ... industry trends, business articles and survey research
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GTL Open to More Purchases After Phone-Towers Deal
June 30 (Bloomberg) -- GTL Infrastructure Ltd., the company that’s buying billionaire Anil Ambani’s mobile-phone towers, said it’s open to more acquisitions as intensifying competition pushes India’s telecommunications industry toward consolidation. “If any existing tower company came in for consolidation, and that made business sense, we’d look at it,” Chairman Manoj Tirodkar said in an interview in Mumbai yesterday. “I see ultimately India having one, or maximum two, tower companies.” Tirodkar said GTL’s purchase of assets from Reliance Communications Ltd. may lead a ... market trends, news research and surveys resources
SingTel Tries to Stay Ahead in Tough Asian Markets
BERLIN — For much of the decade, Singtel, the former government phone monopoly of Singapore, has ridden the economic boom in Southeast Asia, investing in India, Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Pakistan and Bangladesh alongside an expansion into Australia. Chua Sock Koong, Singtel’s chief executive, said the company’s inward-looking strategy is only a holding action. But even in this fast-growing part of the world, telecommunications markets are maturing, and SingTel, in which the Singapore government owns 54 percent, is looking for a new formula to stay ahead of the pack of regional operators jockeying for position ... market trends, news research and surveys resources

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Private Equity Investing in India
Private Equity. Investing in India. A survey of private equity investors and their portfolio companies. KPMG IN INDIA ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
Wind Panel Discussion to Highlight OPIC Conference on Renewable ...
WASHINGTON, D.C. – An analysis of wind energy’s prospects in emerging markets, conducted by some of the top international investors in renewable energy projects, will be a centerpiece of an upcoming conference on renewable energy and clean technology sponsored by the Overseas Private Investment Corporation (OPIC). Among the wind energy panelists at the OPIC conference are the managing partner of US Renewables Group , one of the world’s largest investment firms focused exclusively on the renewable energy industry; a partner at Southern Energy Partners, a renewable energy company currently investing in India; and ... technology research, surveys study and trend statistics
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QQQQ is the 100 share stock from technology sector traded on NASDAQ. No Load and no exit fee is charged. QQQQ follows NASDAQ-100 index. Another US no-load mutual fund is SPY which tracks S&P 500. Both are ETF (exchange traded funds) and always almost have the highest volume on any given day. Both are very liquid stocks which results in a most narrow spread of 0.01 during market hours and about 0.03 to 0.06 in extended hours trading. This can perhaps happen only in the USA- Long Live USA. India is far from offering such highly liquid, tight spread adn above all - no load mutual funds. MSNMoney (USA) offers free advanced charting ...