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66-67% MSMEs lack access to banks, FIS: ASSOCHAM

Oct 07, 2013
Apex industry body the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) has concluded from its recent study that, ...

Corporate India to curtail budget on Diwali and bonuses: ASSOCHAM

Sep 13, 2013
Corporate India is curtailing down its budget for ensuing festival season and are expected to significantly cut or avoid paying bo...
Kolkata Cluster

WB Durga Puja industry to touch Rs 40,000 crore by 2015

Sep 11, 2013
A recent study by the Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM) revealed that, the Durga puja industry of W...

Aviation security market to cross Rs 31K crore by 2015: ASSOCHAM

Aug 22, 2013
With the rise in the number of Indians preferring to travel by air, the aviation industry is becoming more concerned about the saf...

Plastics industry to cross Rs 1.7 lakh cr. by 2015: ASSOCHAM

Aug 20, 2013
The Associated Chambers of Commerce and Industry of India (ASSOCHAM), in its recent study titled ‘Plastic Recycling in India,’...

Growing demand for ‘Made in India’ toys rekindles growth prospects

Aug 14, 2013
Despite the influx of cheap Chinese products into the domestic market, the Indian toy industry is slowly bouncing back to its days...
Bangalore Cluster

Consumer awareness of organic products on the rise: Nirmala Guttal

Aug 12, 2013
In this era of junk foods and adulterated food products, a nutritious food substitute seems a luxury. The relentless campaign by e...

Realty marketers embrace digi-marketing to revive sector: Survey

Aug 02, 2013
More and more real estate marketers are now switching over to digital marketing to maximize margins and minimize marketing expense...

Uttrakhand's tourist industry badly hit by calamity: ASSOCHAM

Jul 31, 2013
Uttrakhand’s largest employment provider, the tourism sector has been hit by around 85 percent in post-flood disaster, a quick r...

Demonetization To Stymie MSME Growth: Assocham

Jan 23, 2017
Agriculture, cement, fertiliser, automobile, textiles and retail would have "negative impact" whereas power, oil and gas, pharmace...

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