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January 21, 2008
The government is planning more sops for exporters. It is now contemplating devising a mechanism to enable exporters to invoice their orders in rupees.


Clifford Alvares and Mahesh Nayak
December 25, 2007
Events that rocked the business world—or just made head honchos sit up and take notice.


www.businesstoday.in
December 12, 2007
Stereotypes are easy to form but notoriously hard to break. So, when one thinks of the typical Chennai man, the image that most comes to mind is of one dressed in veshti, vibhuti smeared across his forehead, extremely conservative in his outlook and, of course, partial to rice—with sambar, ideally.


www.businesstoday.in
December 10, 2007
Every exporter is facing acute pressure on account of the sharp and sudden rupee appreciation. The packages announced by the government to offset losses are grossly inadequate and remain mostly on paper.


Balaji Chandramouli
December 10, 2007
The rising rupee has certainly not gone down well with industry. Recently, Commerce Minister Kamal Nath informed Parliament that the problem was severe, having already scalped several thousands of jobs.


Rishi Joshi
November 28, 2007
The economy is slowing down, but the long-term story remains intact.


Rishi Joshi
November 14, 2007
Millions of jobs in the manufacturing sector could vanish due to the dearer rupee hitting exporters across industries. Will things get worse before they get better?


Sanjoy Narayan
December 2, 2007
It was back in 2000 that ITC took its first small steps into apparel retail, launching its first Wills Lifestyle store in Delhi. A year later, the Kolkata headquartered conglomerate entered food retailing.


Nitya Varadarajan
November 12, 2007
Employment-linked incentives to woo investors are gaining momentum in states. Sometime back, it was Andhra Pradesh. Now, it is Tamil Nadu.


Balaji Chandramouli
November 12, 2007
Recently, Finance Minister P. Chidambaram gave away sops worth Rs 5,300 crore to the export sector, but not before quipping that trimming staff strength was a short-sighted approach.


www.businesstoday.in
October 30, 2007
The Indian employee wants to be paid more. And this is not a phenomenon specific to the super-profitable IT companies, but manufacturing companies are reporting this as well.


www.businesstoday.in
October 19, 2007
It couldn't have been a better day to have a panel discussion on the prospects for the Indian stock markets. The benchmark Sensex on the Bombay Stock Exchange has just shattered all records by recording its highest ever single-day gain of 789 points to hurtle past 18,000. Are we moving too fast?


By Rishi Joshi
October 18, 2007
Sitting in his Chennai office, Rafeeque Ahmad, Chairman, Farida Group, a leather shoe exporter, is a worried man. The appreciation of the rupee against the dollar has severely eroded the profit margins of his company, forcing him to contemplate drastic measures like reducing his workforce.


www.businesstoday.in
October 17, 2007
Indian bankers seem to be taking a cue from US Federal Reserve Governor Ben Bernanke who slashed the short-term US rate for the first time in four years by 50 basis points to 4.75 per cent in September.


Shalini S. Dagar
October 16, 2007
Even as overseas funds continue to rush into India, Indians themselves are wondering what is happening to the economy?


www.businesstoday.in
October 4, 2007
Every month, we bring you a listing of the biggest deals struck by Indian companies in India and abroad. Our partner: global professional services firm Ernst & Young. Here are the deals that were struck in September 2007.


By Tejeesh N.S. Behl
October 3, 2007
From contract farmers to corporate yuppies and even engineers, everyone is clambering on to the winewagon.


By Amit Mukherjee
September 21, 2007
A bird’s eye view of what’s hot and what’s not on the government’s policy radar.


By Balaji Chandramouli
September 21, 2007
Knowledge is no substitute for native intelligence. Or so it appears, when one takes a look at the goings-on in the wheat business in the country.


Anand Adhikari
September 20, 2007
Well, actually, transaction banking never went anywhere. Only, banks are rediscovering its virtues now—steady income, absence of volatility and predictability.


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