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  • Companies with low financial liabilities and high liquidity on their books have better chance to tide over the coronavirus-triggered deep slowdown
  • Why even sectors permitted to function find it tough to operate given their linkages with the closed segments of the economy
  • Information technology majors are in the middle of a crisis like no other. With fear of muted-to-negative growth in FY21 due to the Covid-19 impact, they are pulling all stops to soften the blow
  • As India tightens FDI norms, Chinese firms and investments may face regulatory and consumer backlash. The friction between Asian giants could be the beginning of an adversarial chapter in trade
  • Coronavirus lockdown has created multiple landmines in the financial services sector. This is how banks and NBFCs are preparing for life post-coronavirus
  • Seven Indian firms are among those hunting for a vaccine to tame Covid-19. Here is how the projects are progressing
  • From partnering with cab aggregators, food delivery platforms and third-party supply chain firms, FMCG and retail majors have gone all out to ensure that their products reach consumers. A reinvention of traditional supply chain is on the cards
  • Staring at record losses, the travel and tourism sector is preparing a plan to take on coronavirus
  • Despite all the brouhaha around PM CARES Fund, it is states that are at the forefront of funding disaster relief and rehabilitation
  • There is a perception that government expenditure over the next few months will be focused more on healthcare and disaster management, leading to lower spends on key infrastructure projects, including highways. Nitin Gadkari, Union Minister for Road Transport and Highways, spoke to Business Today's Nirbhay Kumar on how the government plans to restart key projects. Edited excerpts:
May 17, 2020
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Network Zen Through the Lens

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