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“We are a steel family and love steel more than anything. How can we give up in India when we did not give up on Arcelor despite hostility?”

     Print Edition: April 6, 2008

“We are a steel family and love steel more than anything. How can we give up in India when we did not give up on Arcelor despite hostility?”
Aditya Mittal, CFO, ArcelorMittal, to agencies

“If bankruptcy is a permissible form of business outcome in industry, what is irrational about this waiver (of loans to farmers)?”
Manmohan Singh, Prime Minister, in Business Standard

“I compete to win, irrespective of whether it is business or sports”
Gautam Singhania, CMD, Raymond, in DNA

“In 2007 alone, Indian firms that set up shop in the US through greenfield units or via acquisitions created 65,000 jobs”
Amit Mitra, Secretary General, FICCI, in The Economic Times

“I was watching the news on the US auto market and it was so depressing that I could barely drink my coffee”
Ratan Tata, Chairman, Tata Motors, to Times News Network

“Retail is not rocket science. I have always been a hands-on person”
Micky Jagtiani, Chairman, Landmark International, and #462 on Forbes’ list of billionaires, in Forbes

“For centuries, India has been exposed to foreign aggression and internal turmoil. But the 21st century has, for the first time, given India an opportunity to chart a development path independently, with its people being given a free hand”
Kamal Nath, Union Commerce Minister, in The Economic Times

“If you’re on a beach and a tsunami hits, you’ll drown whether you’re a small child or an Olympic swimmer. Some things will go bad no matter how good you are”
Lloyd Blankfein, CEO, Goldman Sachs, in Fortune

“Originality and creativity are deeply intrinsic to India. The Indian mind is distinct. Then, diversity is in India’s DNA”
Prasoon Joshi, Executive Chairman and Regional Creative Director (Asia Pacific), McCann Erickson, in Business Standard

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