Indian industries have always regarded South Asian countries as a potential collaboration partners in business. However, South Asian businesses also find India as their preferred business or trade destination. Numbers can tell us that the relationship between India and ASEAN countries is becoming stronger year on year.
To boost further economic growth in the southern states, the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) is going to take up measures to improve competitiveness of the manufacturing sector, while planning technology centres for MSME sector in the region.
The defence sector has opened up new windows of opportunities for Indian SMEs. In a recent development, the industry came together and demanded to widen this opportunity for Indian SMEs by strengthening the limit of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI).
The Indian business growth graph has finally started showing some positive signs. The CII Business Confidence Index rose to 51.3 points in the final quarter of the financial year 2012-13. This index slipped below the psychological 50- level mark in the third-quarter of the current fiscal.
The role of IT adoption is crucial for business growth. For the growth of MSMEs, IT has been in the forefront for policy makers.
The annual general meeting of the CII this year witnessed great action. The enthusiasm on the faces of veterans from the business community was well visible when Rahul Gandhi, Vice President of the Indian National Congress (INC) presented his address.
Crop diversification has become an important topic of discussion among policy makers. All of this has been in discussion because India, as an economy, needs to have a sustainable approach towards agriculture.
The Annual General Meeting and National Conference of Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) will be held on 3rd and 4th April 2013 in New Delhi.
Worried about mushrooming chit funds, capital market regulator SEBI has urged the central government to formulate laws to set up a single regulator to ensure thay don't dupe investors, an official said in Kolkata on Tuesday.
Capital market regulator SEBI Tuesday said it will "very soon" formulate a guideline on buyback of equity shares and expressed hope that it will also be able to come out with a new insider trading regulations this year.