FOREIGN COMPANIES

  • AK Antony rejects proposal to hike FDI in defence to 49 pc July 3, 2013

    New Delhi: Rejecting Commerce Ministry's proposal to increase FDI cap in defence to 49 per cent, Defence Minsiter AK Antony said it will be a 'retrograde' step and 'stymie' the growth of the domestic industry while increasing dependence on foreign manufacturers. Antony in a letter to Commerce Minister Anand Sharma, said...
  • Anna opposes entry of foreign companies in country December 1, 2012

    Jagatsinghpur: Anticorruption crusader Anna Hazare on Friday opposed entry of foreign companies in the country, including steel major POSCO, saying such investors were exploiting the country's natural resources for their own gain in the name of setting up industries. "A brake should be put on entry of all foreign...
  • Indian financial sector lures foreigners March 27, 2007

    Mumbai/Hong Kong: Global financial firms in fastgrowing but restrictive India are making small investments and growing organically in the hope of some bigger action when foreign ownership limits are reviewed in 2009. From banks and brokers to insurers, fund managers and exchange operators, foreign firms want some of the business...
  • Debate: Is India not for IIM cream? November 17, 2006

    New Delhi: Foreign companies woo management studentsDoes this mean that in spite of all the high hopes about the Indian economy, are opportunities still better abroad? Joining CNNIBN's Sagarika Ghose to discuss this are IIMAhmedabad Professor Anil K Gupta and IIMCalcutta student, Prashant Swaminathan and Naukri.com COO, Hitesh Oberoi ...
  • Foreign cos Mumbai's road to recovery October 26, 2006

    Mumbai: Katerina Stavrou has come all the way from South Africa to ensure a level playing field for Mumbaikars. Working with a South African road repair company, Stavrou spent an entire afternoon showing BMC officials how to smoothen out the potholes from Mumbai's roads. "Our method has been proven...
  • Foreign LCV cos eying Indian markets August 24, 2006

    New Delhi: Japanese carmaker Nissan has raced beyond passenger cars. It's preparing to enter India's fast growing light commercial vehicle market. Nissan is keen to enter almost every segment of India's vehicle market, and that includes the light commercial segment. The company, which enjoys about 45 per cent of the...