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Last updated: 21 Jan, 2017  
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Nothing could be more British than Tata's Jaguar: May
SME Times News Bureau | 20 Jan, 2017
Indian industrial behemoth Tata is Britain's biggest manufacturer, but there cannot be anything more British than its products like the Jaguar and Land Rover luxury cars, UK Prime Minister Theresa May said on Thursday in Davos.
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reliance.jio.thumb.jpg 'Low tariff an opportunity for Jio to fine-tune network'
SME Times News Bureau | 20 Jan, 2017
Even though cheap tariff is hurting the revenues of Reliance Jio, as in the case of other networks, it also presents an opportunity for the latest entrant to fine-tune its network to gain traction among users, says a telecom expert. 
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Coca.Cola.9.Thmb.jpg Coca-Cola India announces new organisation structure
SME Times News Bureau | 20 Jan, 2017
Beverages multinational Coca-Cola's Indian arm on Thursday said it will introduce a new organisation structure in keeping with the economic reforms being undertaken in India. 
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AXIS.9.Thmb.jpg Axis Bank Q3 net profit falls to Rs 579 cr
SME Times News Bureau | 20 Jan, 2017
Private sector Axis Bank Ltd on Thursday said it closed the third quarter of the current fiscal with a net profit of Rs 579.57 crore. 
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Facebook.9.Thmb.jpg SMEs positive on business outlook, job growth: Facebook
SME Times News Bureau | 19 Jan, 2017
SMEs maintain a positive outlook on the future in terms of business confidence and employment growth, a Facebook survey revealed on Wednesday. 
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