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The Spanner by Goutam Das

Around the time Klaus Schwab, the founder of the World Economic Forum, was handing over his book, The Fourth Industrial Revolution, to those attending the Forum in January this year, a team from consulting firm PwC was probing senior executives from industrial products companies in 26 countries.

The Noida plant, which would cater to outsourced manufacturing for companies such as HTC, will come up at a cost of $200 million over the next five years.

Cricket Semiconductor, a chip manufacturing start-up announced it would set up a Rs 6,000-crore fabrication unit in Madhya Pradesh.