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BusinessToday.In
New Delhi, September 14, 2018
Voltas and Arcelik, a part of Koç Holding, the largest industrial conglomerate in Turkey, have formed a 50:50 joint venture, Voltbek Home Appliances Pvt Ltd, and will reportedly invest Rs 1,000 crore in it over the next four-five years.


Goutam Das
August 15, 2018
Modi had recently inaugurated Samsung's new mobile making facility in Noida - Samsung is doubling its current capacity for mobile phones from 68 million units a year to 120 million units a year. This would be a phase-wise expansion, to be completed by 2020.


Reuters
New Delhi, August 1, 2018
Chinese smartphone maker OnePlus aims to expand its retail store presence in India, a company executive said on Tuesday, as the firm plans to make the world's No.2 smartphone market its second headquarters by end 2018.


Joe C Mathew
New Delhi, July 20, 2018
In terms of optics, the inauguration of the world's largest mobile phone facility of Samsung in Noida by Prime Minister Narendra Modi and South Korean President Moon Jae-in was undoubtedly the catchiest take away from the Korean leader's recent India visit.


BT Online
New Delhi, June 8, 2017
Samsung has an existing factory in Noida where it produces smartphones and refrigerators.


PTI
New Delhi, June 7, 2017
Electronics and IT Minister Ravi Shankar Prasad, who inaugurated the new unit at the facility, said that the manufacturing expansion plan will create 15,000 jobs.


Nidhi Singal
New Delhi, August 19, 2015
Interview with Asim Warsi, VP, Marketing, IT & Mobile, Samsung India Electronics


Nidhi Singal
August 18, 2015
The company-owned Motorola Mobility smartphones will also be manufactured at the same plant. However, there will be separate manufacturing lines for both Lenovo and Motorola.


Nivedita Bhattacharjee
April 1, 2015
The consumer electronics firm is betting big on Asia's third-largest economy, at a time when overall sales have struggled against rivals such as Apple.


Frances Kerry
March 15, 2015
\"Security is ingrained in every part of BlackBerry's portfolio, which includes voice and data encryption solutions,\" the firm said in a statement.


Se Young Lee
Seoul, March 6, 2015
\"While we are in talks with the state governments, nothing has been decided,\" Samsung said in a statement. It didn't say how much it might invest, nor what products any new plant might make.


Ho Binh Minh
Hanoi, November 10, 2014
Samsung has been increasing production in Vietnam to reduce costs and better compete with the low-priced smartphones of Chinese rivals in particular.


Lehar Maan and Soham Chatterjee
New Delhi, August 26, 2014
Karbonn Mobiles Chairman Sudhir Hasija says he is waiting for the Android One launch in September - timed with the start of the holiday shopping season - to boost revenue growth.


Suveen Sinha and Sunny Sen
March 12, 2014
Fuelled by five years of disappointment, Ratan Tata's little car wants to erase its 'cheap' past for a 'smart city' future. The Tata Motors pavilion at February's Auto Expo displayed a Nano with automatic manual transmission.


www.businesstoday.in
February 16, 2012
The pocket projector from 3M has so many features, at times you feel it is trying to do too much. Also, reviews of Boogie Board Rip, iBall Click Scan, Fujifilm Finepix S2950, Canon Powershot S100, Samsung Galaxy Tab 620 and Tabplus Rio, BOSE OE2, Genius HA-400A, and Philips Professional 273p3 LED.


Brinda Vasudevan
February 18, 2009
Here are some phones that dare to differ, add zing, up the comfort quotient-and may even be in the market soon. The prices are on hold, but the concepts are up for appraisal, says Brinda Vasudevan.


Nitya Varadarajan
May 27, 2008
Sriperumbudur is humming with change as scores of telecom and electronics majors are employing increased number of women—who constitute over 40 per cent of the workforce. They, in turn, have become dream weavers for their families, thanks to their work. Business Today's Nitya Varadarajan reports.


By Shamni Pande
September 3, 2007
Indian engineers are turning out to be Korean chaebol Samsung Electronics Co.'s secret weapon. They are leading global productivity benchmarks and are now pushing its agenda of innovation and helping develop some of the niftiest gizmos on earth.


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