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Buisness news pushp 15 nov   19
Buisness news pushp 15 nov   19
Buisness news pushp 15 nov   19
Buisness news pushp 15 nov   19
Buisness news pushp 15 nov   19
Buisness news pushp 15 nov   19
Buisness news pushp 15 nov   19
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  1. ( 15TH – 19TH NOV 2010 ) BUISNESS NEWS
  2. Sony launches world's first tilting television  Electronic giant Sony has unveiled what is billed as the world's first tilting screen .  The "Monolithic" screens, which start at 1,300 pounds for a 40-inch screen and are available in state-of-the art 3D models, can either be set up vertically or slotted to a six-degree backwards lean.  It's exactly the same as sitting in front of a laptop - we tilt the screen back so you can see it properly  Sony researchers say a six degree lean is the ideal angle - any less doesn't make much of a discernible difference, and any more could lead to reflections from ceiling lights getting in the way.  The range of tilting screens runs to a 55in model priced at 3,000 pounds.
  3. Housing scam: CBI arrests top officials of PSU banks, financial institutions  The Central Bureau of India (CBI) on Wednesday arrested top officials from some leading PSU banks and public/private financial institutions. The CBI said that the officers of Bank of India, Central bank of India, Punjab National bank and LIC HF were receiving illegal gratification for facilitating loans.  Executives at Money Matters were arrested for broking bribery deals . Five separate cases have been registered and investigations are on, the leading investigation agency said in a press conference. It hasn't put up a figure to the size of the scam.
  4. Ford plans second plant in India, Gujarat on radar  With the Indian car market booming, Ford is planning to set up a second plant and has approached the Gujarat government for land.  According to sources, Ford which has announced eight new models for India by 2015, has been suggested a site near Sanand, where Tata Motors also has its factory for Nano, by Gujarat state government officials.  Ford has been riding high after the success of its Figo hatchback and wants to ramp up quickly to drive in new models and keep the momentum going. "Representatives from financial organizations that represent Ford have visited senior Gujarat government officials, though nothing has been finalized as yet.
  5. FMCG market in rural India to touch $100 bn by 2025: Nielsen  The fast moving consumer goods market in rural India is tipped to touch $100 bn (around Rs 45,735 crore) by 2025 on the back of "unrelenting" demand driven by rising income levels , according to a study by research firm The Nielsen Company.  "The Indian rural market is set to become a USD 100 billion opportunity for retail spending in the next fifteen years," according to a statement released by the company today.
  6. China to boost grain supplies to combat inflation • China will increase grain supplies, open up more land for planting vegetables and crack down on hoarding as the government steps up efforts to combat rising inflation, state media said Saturday. • The latest moves come after consumer prices rose at their fastest pace in two years, fuelled by soaring food costs after severe summer flooding and more recent cold snaps hit crop yields. • Authorities would boost the supply of grain, some vegetable oil and soybeans to "meet consumer demand and stabilise market prices", the official Xinhua news agency said, citing the grain administration. • The agricultural ministry also said it would increase the area of land available for vegetable crops "to stabilise production and increase vegetable supplies during the winter," Xinhua said.
  7. THANKS…..

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