Trade wars and India’s global position
India’s approach to WTO coalitions to garner greater bargaining power and safeguard its interests in the negotiations has barely yielded any dividends.
Decoding the beneficial ownership rules
The recently notified provisions under Indian law on disclosing the details of the ultimate beneficial owner of an entity are interesting and can be challenging to comply with.
Private equity deals value falls by 39%
The deal volume, however, rose 22% to 165 transactions during the period due to increased deal activity on the Internet and computer software segments.
‘India has a lot to teach America in healthcare’
Vijay Govindarajan says that while the Indian healthcare system has a severe shortage of doctors and facilities, the U.S. has plenty of medical resources.
Liberty House : A passage to India
After a global acquisition spree, British industrialist Sanjeev Gupta is looking to buy at least four distressed Indian companies.
Salesforce: Transforming India, digitally
U.S.-based software firm Salesforce’s Sunil Jose says the company is preparing organisations in India for the “fourth industrial revolution”.
Havells: The big switch
Havells chairman Anil Rai Gupta is following in his father’s footsteps, but is also making some footprints of his own.
Emami: Sprucing up its act
With competition nipping at its heels, Emami is entering new segments and pumping up its e-commerce business.