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Suvashree Dey Choudhury and Tony Munroe
May 30, 2014
Now, Rajan may need all the suave charm of the fictional British spy to sell that same hard-nosed agenda to a powerful new prime minister who is determined to revive economic growth and create jobs.

Toni Clarke and Bill Berkrot
Washington/New York, March 19, 2014
India supplies about 40 per cent of generic and over-the-counter drugs used in the United States, making it the second-biggest supplier after Canada.

Associated Press
Beijing , October 17, 2013
Political leaders, investors and ordinary people on Thursday welcomed the end of a US government shutdown. 

E. Kumar Sharma
July 3, 2013
In an emailed response to E. Kumar Sharma's questions, the USFDA informs that it is planning to expand its presence in India, including setting up another office in the country, in Hyderabad.

June 24, 2013
Though Reliance Jio Infocomm could gain the first-mover advantage in mobile data communications, it is counting on an unproven strategy and still-developing technology in a market with very little pricing power.

Tokyo, June 4, 2013
Asian shares recovered from their lowest in about six months on Tuesday as weak new U.S. manufacturing data eased worries about the Federal Reserve's stimulus programme, although investors were cautious before a more important jobs report later in the week.

Pune, May 13, 2013
ElectraCard Services, a Pune-based payment card processing company, has acknowledged that hackers breached its security to increase the limits on some pre-paid card accounts in a global ATM heist in December.

Nandita Bose/Reuters
May 5, 2013
India is the next great frontier for global retailers, a $500 billion market growing at 20 per cent a year. But a daunting array of permits force retailers to pay so-called \"speed money\" through middlemen or local partners to set up shop.

Associated Press
Tokyo, April 26, 2013
Japan's transport minister said Friday the government will allow Japanese airlines to resume flying grounded Boeing 787s once they complete installation of systems to reduce fire risk in problematic lithium ion batteries.

Alan Wheatley/Reuters
April 22, 2013
The sharp fall in global commodity prices will not only dampen inflation but also reduce the twin deficits. Crude and gold imports contribute nearly 45 per cent of India's total import bill.

Veronica Brown/Reuters
London, April 17, 2013
The scale of the recent decline in gold prices has dented its reputation as an alternative store of value. The jury is out on how long it will take for confidence to return, given that funds may continue their retreat.

Associated Press
San Francisco, January 4, 2013
The internet search giant has settled a US government probe into its business practices without making any major concessions.

Associated Press
December 11, 2012
The probe of the bank - Europe's largest by market value - has focused on the transfer of billions of dollars on behalf of nations like Iran, which are under international sanctions, and the transfer of money through the US financial system from Mexican drug cartels.

Associated Press
London, November 15, 2012
With surveys pointing to increasingly depressed conditions across the 17-member group that uses the euro at a time of high unemployment in many countries, there are fears that the recession will deepen, and make the debt crisis - which has been calmer of late - even more difficult to handle.

Associated Press
Washington, July 17, 2012
The U.S. economy has weakened and the Federal Reserve is ready to take further action to bolster growth if conditions don't improve, Chairman Ben Bernanke told a congressional panel on Tuesday.

Associated Press
Beijing, July 13, 2012
The world's second-largest economy grew by 7.6 per cent in the three months ending in June over a year earlier, down from the previous quarter's 8.1 per cent.

Associated Press
Bangkok, April 2, 2012
Japan's Nikkei 225 index gained 0.8 per cent to 10,163.59 despite businesses remaining pessimistic in the central bank's latest \"tankan\" survey.

Associated Press
Washington, March 10, 2012
The country has put together the most impressive three months of job growth since before the Great Recession.

E Kumar Sharma
December 1, 2011
Lipitor, the blockbuster anti-cholesterol drug from Pfizer, went off patent on November 30, 2011. In 2010, revenues from Lipitor were approximately $10.7 billion, a pot that generics companies might now be able to share. 

Associated Press
Brussels, October 6, 2011
European Union finance ministers have asked the bloc's bankingsupervisor to draw up a report on banks' capital levels, a European officialsaid Thursday, amid fears that the worsening debt crisis could trigger anothercredit crunch.

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