BT500: India's Most Valuable Companies
- Tata Motors is racing ahead in the domestic market on the back of its robust SUV and EV portfolios. But, the automaker faces an uphill task in getting its slowing international subsidiary JLR back on track
The BT500, the definitive listing of India’s most valuable companies by average market capitalisation (during the period October 2021 to September 2022), is specially significant this year, coming as it does amid enormous uncertainty in the global economic environment, rising interest rates, steep inflation and recessionary headwinds being faced by some of the world’s biggest economies.
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A stellar show from the BFSI segment has saved India Inc. the blushes in the second quarter of FY23