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Anusha Subramanian
October 23, 2009
Marico is an Indian multinational with a difference—it is powering its overseas business by becoming a part of life in West Asia, Africa and even Bangladesh.


Ashok Gulati
September 17, 2009
India had an import duty of 60 per cent on sugar till January 2009, which it slashed to zero only when it realised that it may have to import 5-7 million tonnes of sugar.


N. Madhavan
August 19, 2009
...but for how long? TI Cycles has reinvented itself and the way it sells bicycles in order to achieve higher growth. This strategy may be reaching its limits.


Puja Mehra
June 17, 2009
At the close of the UPA’s last term in April, BT rated its top economic ministers. Our conclusion: the good, the not-so-good and the bad individual performances collectively drew a zero. Still, voters handed it another—stronger—mandate. Here’s where the new ministers stand for earning a 10 for UPA’s second tenure.


Clifford Alvares
April 30, 2009
Volkswagen is one of many foreign automakers—with the exception of well-entrenched, market leaders Maruti and Hyundai— who are busy expanding their plants and launching new product lines in India, despite the global economic slowdown and flat auto sales. Foreign automakers’ still plan of investing in new plants and products in India. Clifford Alvares reports.


Virendra Verma
March 5, 2009
They’ve been posting robust double-digit growth for two quarters now even as their peers struggle to come to terms with the downturn. Virendra Verma finds out what makes these companies tick when business dips?


www.businesstoday.in
March 5, 2009
This is Business Today’s Third Annual Listing of hottest start-ups and, pretty much like the two previous lists in 2007 and 2008, this listing is also completely subjective.


Puja Mehra
February 19, 2009
A big dip in confidence is causing consumers to stay at home and spend less. They are severely affecting not just businesses but themselves too.


www.businesstoday.in
February 5, 2009
BT speaks to 11 of the brightest minds on Dalal Street and gets them to identify their favourite long-term value picks in 2009. These stocks are only for long-term investors.


www.businesstoday.in
December 11, 2008
Institutions with a lower appetite for risk are better able to face the global financial storm. The KPMG annual Best Banks Survey is a check-point on the performance of the banking system.


www.businesstoday.in
December 11, 2008
Price reduction on Friday, rate reduction on Saturday and tax cuts on Sunday. The first weekend of December saw the government announcing a slew of both fiscal and monetary measures. But a flagging economy needs more.


Puja Mehra
November 27, 2008
Woes Pakistan’s economy has fallen in and out of crisis quickly in the past. But, with its friends refusing to help, how will it pull itself out of the latest mess?


Suman Layak
November 13, 2008
It has been a great 12 months for Sun Pharmaceutical Industries and an even better first half for 2008-09. The company has reported a 76 per cent year-on-year growth in sales and a 134 per cent growth in net profits for the quarter ended on September 30, 2008. Suman Layak says that it stays ahead of the pack with a clear focus on consistency, profitability and some clever moves in its main market, the US.


Rishi Joshi
November 13, 2008
More than half of the world’s economy appears to be shrinking. It’s bad news for India.


www.businesstoday.in
September 18, 2008
The current economic slowdown is a stern reminder that India is no longer insulated from the rest of the world. (BT cover, Managing the Slowdown, October 5). Reading your in-depth analysis brought about a clearer understanding of how leading Indian companies are pursuing new growth engines in times of stress.


Shalini S. Dagar
October 16, 2008
The global crisis will eclipse the Indian economy, but only partially. And recession is nowhere in sight. That's because the country's economy was already in a slowdown and India is also one of the least globalised economies among the emerging markets. However, will the financial crisis prolong the slowdown and make it more painful? Answers Shalini S. Dagar.The global financial crisisSo, where is the money?Panic grips Dalal StreetIs something wrong with ICICI Bank?When bad loans are sown in good timesWhen exotic turns toxicWall street woes, India’s opportunityThe Rs 60,000-crore time bomb


Puja Mehra
October 13, 2008
The rising rupee is negating the gains from falling oil prices and increasing the trade deficit.


Rishi Joshi
October 2, 2008
Is India Inc. prepared to deal with the volatility in the Indian currency?


T.V. Mahalingam
October 2, 2008
With a little over 40 per cent, or some $12.5 billion, of software exports coming from the BFSI sector, the debacle on Wall Street will hit Indian IT services where it hurts.


www.businesstoday.in
September 18, 2008
There is no way you can escape the high levels of volatility in the rupee rate.


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