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Good Time To Invest In India, Says Volvo India Head Tom Von Bonsdroff

Volvo, the Swedish automaker, had an eventful 2016. When almost every luxury carmaker struggled to boost sales amidst diesel ban and demonetisation, Volvo grew at a rate of 10-11 per cent

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Auto: Racing Ahead

Automobile owners are increasingly hailing from the rugged terrain of India’s second tier cities

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Punjab's Slowing Economy

Punjab was once synonymous with prosperity but has lost its coveted tag fast with decline in agriculture and industrial output

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Sinha Calls For Planned Development Of Urban Clusters

Sinha says development of airports in the country will drive urbanisation and development and make urban clusters a better experience

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Lessons From Demonetisation

The biggest impact of demonetisation has been on the informal sector and agriculture, which account for 80 per cent of employment. This economy is predominantly cash-driven and a reduction in consumption would have a cascading effect on FMCG and other sectors

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Their Worlds Came Crashing Down

Suddenly there was no money, no buyers and so, no sales. Soon there were no profits, no wages and soon after – no jobs...

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‘We Combine Education With Entertainment For Kids’

In an interview with BW Businessworld, Chandrika Behl, Director, Exhibitions India Group, speaks about the event exhibitors, ideology and tie-ups

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‘Smart Hotels Need Smart People’

The training of the staff is most important. We may have the latest technology but if staff isn’t trained enough than it’s a waste, says David Hopcroft, general manager at Le Meridien Gurgaon

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Will ‘Smart Cities Mission’ Defy The Doomsayers?

While some cities are attracting investor’s interest, others smaller cities are struggling to raise funds

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Auto: In A Different Race

The top three luxury car brands in India are always trying to upstage one another. But the real game is to expand the market

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Serious 'Side-effects' Of Jewellers' Strike

As the all-India strike of jewellers against the excise duty continues into its second month, it has severely affected the lives of the thousands of highly skilled workers who have been the backbone of the industry for generations

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Diktats Won't Curb Pollution, Or Anything

Of the top 20 most polluted cities, 13 are in India and just 3 in China, according to a World Health Organisation report

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Growth Potential

No thanks to stressful lifestyles, increasing lookism, and rising incomes, hair restoration is a booming business.

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