NT Bureau / Agencies, Tuesday, 6th October 2015
Chennai: The India visit of German Chancellor Angela Merkel has opened up new opportunities in businesses across sectors. Several MoUs have been signed, which are expected to provide the much-needed fillip to the bilateral trade between the two nations.
A total of one hundred major Indian companies created more than 91,000 jobs in the US by investing USD 15 billion in a wide range of sectors across 35 American States, according to a latest report. ... Read More >>
London : Indian economy saw the "strongest growth" in the first quarter of 2015 among large economies, including China, the US, Germany and Canada, according to Paris-based think tank OECD. ... Read More >>
Eyeing three to four per cent market share in the health insurance sector, city-based Cholamandalam MS General Insurance has launched new policy 'Chola Swasth Parivar Health Insurance Policy'. ... Read More >>
New York: A group of experts and NGOs asserted that the US pressure on India's generic manufacturing capacity is threatening the lives of millions in the developing world and asked the Indian government not to succumb to the demands of the American pharma monopolies. ... Read More >>