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Value Migration Key to Accelerated Growth

The mobilisation and synthesis of resources like land, labour and capital worked in the early stage of our growth trajectory and pulled several millions out of abject poverty.

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BHEL Sets New Record Of Manufacturing India's Highest-Rated Auto Transformer

BHEL is the largest manufacturer of power transformers in India and a pioneer in the indigenous development of higher rating and specialised transformers, with voltage levels going up to 1,200 kV class.

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China's Factory Growth Likely Edged Up In November

China's vast industrial sector is steadily returning to the levels seen before the pandemic paralysed huge swathes of the economy early this year.

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Singapore October Manufacturing Unexpectedly Falls 0.9% Year-On-Year, Misses Forecast

On a month-on-month and seasonally adjusted basis, industrial production fell 19.0% in October, data from the Singapore Economic Development Board showed.

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Bridging The Disconnect Between Data And Insights Is Key To Transform Manufacturing

It's something that Facilities Managers need to take into careful consideration for without a data management strategy, businesses will continue to struggle to make sense of the data they collect.

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India Likely To Report Current Account Surplus For Current Fiscal Year

India's current account surplus rose to a record $19.8 billion in April-June as its trade deficit narrowed sharply, the Reserve Bank of India said earlier.

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Sinovac May Get Phase III Trial Results Of COVID-19 Vaccine By Dec, Executive Says

Sinovac's CoronaVac is in large late-stage trials in Brazil, Indonesia and Turkey. Preliminary results of early to mid-stage trials showed this week that it triggered a quick immune response but lower levels of antibodies than those seen in people who have recovered from COVID-19.

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Amazon Lays Off Staff At Prime Air Drone Project

The U.S. retailer has been working on a plan to deliver goods to millions of its customers by using a fleet of unmanned drones, and had received federal approval in August to begin testing commercial deliveries in the country.

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Moody's Revises India's 2020 GDP Growth Forecast To 10.6 Per Cent Contraction From 11.5 % Earlier

Moody's also forecast government debt to increase to 89.3 per cent of GDP in 2020 and decline to 87.5 per cent in 2021, from an already elevated 72.2 per cent in 2019.

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Mercedes-Benz Berlin Plant Boss To Join Tesla, Union Says

German unions have lamented the fact that traditional carmakers are cutting investment into combustion engine technologies as regulators clamp down on emissions and as demand for vehicles is hit by the COVID-19 pandemic.

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Paytm Introduces Payout Links For Businesses, Enables Money Transfer Sans Collecting Bank Details

Payout Links offer seamless payment integration for businesses to quickly send incentives and refunds to customers through a simple payout link

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SAIL Posts Rs 436 Cr Net Profit In Q2

The company had posted Rs 285.92 crore net loss in the year-ago quarter, Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) said in a BSE filing.

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Delivery Timetable For Oxford/Astrazeneca Vaccine Slips, UK Official Says

Britain had agreed in May to take 100 million doses of the vaccine, developed by Oxford University and licensed to AstraZeneca, with 30 million doses estimated for delivery by September 2020.

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Goodyear Wants To Corner 30 Mn Liter P.A. In Auto Lubricants Market By 2025

Goodyear has inked a licensee partnership with Assurance International for its Lubricants foray. It is training is guns heavily in the aftermarket space in the initial phase

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Arogya World recognises 14 Indian Companies as Healthy Workplaces in India

Arogya World recognises 14 Indian Companies as Healthy Workplaces in India

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