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The slowdown is fuelling the explosive growth of malware or malicious software and both India Inc. and Indian consumers are in the firing line.
While industrial output figures are grim, growth across some sectors suggests that the worst may be over.
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While financial services giants have posted huge losses overseas, they are either making substantial profits or planning ambitious expansions in India.
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Better pay packets for senior managers come at a premium in 2009.
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