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India to Issue Wholesale Price Data on Monthly Basis
India’s cabinet approved a plan to release the key wholesale inflation number every month rather than on a weekly basis to improve the measurement of price movements in Asia’s third-biggest economy. The new wholesale price index with 2004 as the base year will debut on Nov. 14, Commerce Minister Anand Sharma told reporters in New Delhi today after the cabinet meeting.
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PepsiCo calls Aliva its biggest innovation after Kurkure in 1999. It is a new brand in an all new product category after a gap of ten years from the maker of aerated beverages and snack food. The product has been developed, and the brand conceived, fully in India
Priced at Rs 10.99 lakh and 12.45 lakh
GM India's strategy will not end with the Cruze. It will launch the Beat - a Hyundai i10 baiting hatchback for around Rs 4.8-6 lakh this December.
Consumer goods drove industrial growth in August.
Consumer durables like refrigerators, washing machines and TV sets posted a hefty growth of 22.3 per cent during the month, against a meagre 3.9 per cent growth in the same month last year.
MTNL launches India's First Operator Branded 3G HSPA Handset with Micromax
Micromax, the leading Indian mobile handset manufacturer announced with MTNL thelaunch of Micromax H360, the first operator branded 3GHSPA handset in India. MTNL, the state-owned telecom services provider and the first telecom operator to launch 3G services in India.
Demand curve: Indicus-Mint Series
Cities of the West – Powering India
A heady combination of location, history, circumstances, and perhaps the most important—initiative is what makes western India fare better
The great manufacturing and commercial base of Maharashtra is well known, Gujarat’s sustained dynamic rise has been well documented; but Goa, Dadra and Nagar Haveli, and Daman and Diu are not far behind. What explains this? Closeness to large ports is an important advantage. So is the relatively easy access to capital given that India’s financial hub is in Mumbai. Human capital is created within this region and whatever migrates into it is well absorbed. And perhaps the most important—overall governance is far superior in these states than in most other parts of India (though the southern states are not far behind, if not ahead, in this criterion).
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Segment C2 from the Indicus Consumer Segment
Indicus Consumer Spectrum has been designed to help marketers understand the essence of 33 Consumer Segments, which together represent the entire urban spectrum of India. It highlights the key features which make each segment distinctive.