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  • 1. News-1
    • Spurt in “Green” Wear Range Likely as Demand Soars
  • 2.
    • Popularity grows despite organic clothes are costing 30% higher.
    • Currently organic clothes accounting for less than 1% of the Rs.32,000 crore organised branded apparel market.
    • The segment has potential to grow to about 5% of the total market in the next 5 years.
    • Presently prices are 30% higher than inorganic apparels but,difference reduce to 5% as the market grows.
  • 3.
    • Key players like Wills lifestyle,Van Huesen, Benetton,S Kumars,Arrow entering into this segment.
    • Target is super-premium consumers at the retail outlets of posh locations in metro’s.
  • 4. News-2
    • LG Electrotonics to Hike Home Appliances Prices upto 2%
  • 5.
    • LG has decided to blow the begul by raising the prices on its home appliances by 1%-2% by 15 September.
    • The main reason for raising the prices is increase in input costs by around 5%.
    • LG’s competitors like Samsung,Videocon are not ready to do so.
    • Samsung,Videocon dosen’t want to hurt the sentiments of the consumers by raising the prices in the festive season.
    • Competitors are ready to absorb the high costs.
  • 6. News-3
    • Sip this : Your Daily Coffee Cuppa just got Pricey
  • 7.
    • Now Cappuccino is more expensive by almost Rs.20.
    • Chains such as CCD and Costa Coffee have raised the prices to cope with Arabica’s biggest global rally.
    • Arabica,the world’s most grown coffee,has become almost 50% more expensive in last three months 7 touched a 13-year high last week.
    • Nestle(Nescafe) & Tata Coffee are also likely to raise the prices shortly.
  • 8. News-4
    • AstraZeneca Inks Licensing Supply Deal with Intas
  • 9.
    • London-based global biopharmaceutical company AstraZeneca,has entered into a licensing & supply agreement with Ahmedabad-based Intas pharmaceutical company.
    • AstraZeneca will source products manufactured & Intas pharma’s matoda facility on an exclusive basis.
    • The supply deal is for 30 products, predominantly for generic oncology products for the emerging markets.
  • 10.
    • Currently India exports generic oncology products in US,Europe & Latin America.
    • Intas pharma,becomes the 4 th Gujarat-based pharma company to enter into licensing & supply deal with MNC.
    • The Claris Lifescience was the 1 st one to enter into deal with Pfizer,followed by Torrent pharma with,& the Abott laboratories with Zydus Cadila.
    • Intas alraedy has similar product supply agreement with US-based retail chain-Wall Green.
  • 11. News-5
    • GE to Set up Plant in India,hire 3,000
  • 12.
    • GE plans to setup a new manufacturing plant at a potential investment of up to $50 million in India.
    • Location will be finalised by the end of this year.
    • Construction of plant will start next year.
    • 3,000 people for its technology centre will be hired.

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