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Anuradha Shukla, Ayan Pramanik & Lalatendu Mishra
New Delhi/Bangalore/Mumbai, May 25, 2011
The soaring unemployment in the US has made it possible for Indian firms to hire US citizens at cheap rates. Struggling residents desperate for work are happy to take a call centre job paying around $14 an hour.


www.businesstoday.in
June 9, 2011
We've lifted off the streets and taken to the skies. It's only natural then, that attention shifts to airborne interiors.


Kushan Mitra and Rajiv Bhuvaa
May 11, 2011
At 4.9% compound annual growth rate of its GDP, Africa is the world's third fastest growing region. As corporate India slowly wades through, it discovers a continent full of opportunity, peril and the Chinese.


PTI
Mumbai, May 2, 2011
The Reserve Bank on Monday said rising commodity prices poses the biggest threat to the country's growth and inflation in 2011-12 and warned that the subsidy regime currently in place for certain fuel products poses a risk to the economy.


PTI
New Delhi, April 20, 2011
The company had posted a net profit of Rs 350.3 crore during the same quarter last year. Its revenues for the reported quarter were up 31.5 per cent at Rs 4,138.2 crore.


B.S. Srinivasalu Reddy
Mumbai, March 8, 2011
Oil prices shot up to over $100 per barrel in New York as strife in Libya, Bahrain and other oil producing countries in the West Asia show no signs of ending.


Puja Mehra
March 10, 2011
All budgets are important, but some budgets are more important than others. Business Today chooses ten that have had the most impact on the nation's economy.


PTI
Mumbai, February 8, 2011
The Bombay Stock Exchange has announced the waiver of all transaction charges for brokers from semi-urban areas with effect from next month.


N. Madhavan
November 24, 2010
United Technologies Chairman and CEO Louis Chenevert wants to grow his India business five times in as many years. He is not crazy.


PTI
Washington, November 13, 2010
US President Barack Obama says the prosperity of America is linked inextricably to that of its trading partners in the region, including India.


PTI
Singapore, November 11, 2010
Singapore's Deputy PM Teo Chee Hean said India is in the best position to lead growth in the region, lifting and energising the neighbouring countries along.


www.businesstoday.in
November 10, 2010
Five days after Duvvuri Subbarao stepped into the office of the Governor of the Reserve Bank of India, Wall Street firm Lehman Brothers collapsed.


Chaitanya Kalbag
New Delhi, November 9, 2010
The United States economy needs India more than ever, says Chaitanya Kalbag. More from the visitIn Pictures: Day 1 | Day 2 | Day 3


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, November 9, 2010
US President Barack Obama said the issue of distortions in international trade, which have led to major economic imbalances, would be discussed at the G- 20 meeting in Seoul next week.


Business Today Desk
November 3, 2010
There's enough on the table before the US and India to transact on but don't hold your breath on any crackers during the Barack Obama visit this Diwali. Read more on Obama


Mail Today Bureau
New Delhi, October 26, 2010
The fixed price of the Coal India Ltd initial public offering at Rs 245 per share is the upper limit of the price band.


Rishi Joshi
October 13, 2010
The rise and rise of the rupee because of a surge in FII infl ows might call for the RBI's intervention soon.


Arvind Panagariya
October 13, 2010
The visit of a galaxy of heads of states to India is an opportunity for the UPA government to set the agenda on issues of national and global importance, argues Arvind Panagariya.


PTI
Washington, September 18, 2010
India has conveyed its concerns to the US over the H-1B visa fee hike during foreign secretary Nirupama Rao's talks with top American officials focussing on President Obama's November visit to the country.


Usha Thorat
December 4, 2009
History has an eerie way of repeating itself and memory of the pain of busts, according to economist John Kenneth Galbraith, is perhaps the best regulator.


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