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Economy & Reforms
India aims to strengthen health services
Government caps price of knee implants, surgeries to cost nearly 70% less
India’s agriculture sector gets Rs 354.77 crore FDI in April-May
India energy ministry plans 7.5 GW support program for domestic solar manufacturing
Ford leads Make-in-India export drive in FY2018
General Motors to end vehicle sales in India by 2017 and focus on export manufacturing plan from India
Apple to ramp up local manufacturing, retail operations in India
India@ 100: Looking for a Ripple Effect
Doing Business in India
(Market Entry, Mergers & Acquisition and Joint Ventures)
Bitbay Exchange Enters Indian Cryptocurrency Markets
Government invites global bid for electric cars
Chinese player Envision Energy, looks for partners in India
Pepe Jeans India to increase to stores count by FY2018
Srinivasa partners with Hy-line International to expand poultry business
Bajaj Auto, Triumph announce global partnership
WABCO acquires AssetTrackr, to enhance fleet management solutions to India
Hong Kong based Nuu Mobile to enter India
Boost for Make in India
5F World – Chesapeake joint ventures to provide digital transformation consulting and advisory service
Voto Mobiles announces its entry in India
Chinese original device maker Topwise Communication is set to launch its brand Comio in India
Logos group enters into partnership with Assetz property group to expand its operations in India
Kia lines up three new cars for India debut
Norway’s Orkla introduces Laban candy in India in collaboration with MTR
Medical Equipment & Devices: Building capacity under Make in India
Systech Solutions, data entry firm , to enter Indian market
Source: Times of India
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