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Last updated: 28 Apr, 2017  
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Credit.card9.thmb.jpg Cashless SMEs for Digital India
Paras Singh | 26 Apr, 2017
In the global business ecosystem, Indian SMEs should jump on the digitalisation bandwagon to reap the benefits that come along. This will not just establish them as greater contributors to the Indian economy, but also open new business avenues for them to leverage. 
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artem-popov-thmb.jpg The benefit of zero-interest loans
Artem Popov | 18 Apr, 2017
India's strong economic growth and growing income are expected to increase consumer spending to USD 3.6 trillion by 2020. The maximum consumer spending is likely to occur in consumer durables. 
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Innovation.9.Thmb.jpg Capturing consumer attention in a competitive landscape
Amit Kapoor and Sandeep Goyal | 18 Apr, 2017
Indian companies are trying innovative ways of capturing consumer attention. There are numbers of questions that will define the future of every industry in India. The sooner companies realise this reality, the better will be their chances of survival. 
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Indo China Flags THMB More Chinese firms investing in India, but political, cultural barriers remain
Reshma Patil | 11 Apr, 2017
China has emerged as one of the fastest-growing sources of Foreign Direct Investment (FDI) into India -- it was 17th largest in 2016, up from the 28th rank in 2014 and 35th in 2011.  
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Rupee_DollarTHMB.jpg Rupee bulls shouldn't expect USD/INR to appreciate below 64-65 levels
Vatsal Srivastava | 04 Apr, 2017
With the positive market sentiment created by the sweeping BJP win in the UP state election and a global sell-off in the US dollar, rupee bulls have managed to take the USD/INR close to the 65 level. Many currency traders are expecting this trend to continue, although at a slower momentum, which may take the exchange rate further down to around 62-63 levels in the coming months. But being bullish on the rupee is not supported by fundamentals at current levels. 
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GDP.Q3.9.Thmb.jpg GDP up but job security falls: Only 16 pc earn regular wage
Vivek Mishra & Anirban Bhattacharya | 25 Mar, 2017
No more than 16.5 percent of workers earn a regular wage or salary, according to the Fourth Annual Employment & Unemployment report (2013-14), the latest available data. In another estimate, made in the same report, three in four households (78 percent) had no one earning a regular wage or salary. 
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Ballot box India flag THMB Post assembly elections, time for bold reforms
Amit Kapoor | 21 Mar, 2017
The just-concluded assembly elections and the unparalleled performance of the BJP have been the highlight of the weekend. The elections, happening mid-way of the partys term at the Centre and coming immediately post-demonetisation, were practically a referendum on Prime Minister Narendra Modis leadership. 
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Innovation.9.Thmb.jpg Innovation key to India surviving next industrial revolution
Amit Kapoor | 14 Mar, 2017
Fortunately, or unfortunately, we are about to witness the next industrial revolution, which has the potential to change the way we live, work, and interact with one another. 
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