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Why MNCs are changing their India tune

Shailesh Dobhal

MNCs The reasons are myriad - maturing of markets, change in business strategy -but there is a clear indication that global firms are not willing to tolerate any more slack in India

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Jobs, employment Economic slowdown is only partially to blame for the rise in unemployment. The principal reason is weak policies

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Beyond deposit insurance

Mechanism should be economically viable

Sri Lankan reset

Gotabaya's election presents challenges and opportunities

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Buying auctioned properties: Take a step back and research on legal issues

One has to do serious groundwork, and take help from a seasoned lawyer

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LG G8s ThinQ review: Comprehensive imaging prowess, sleek performance

Priced at Rs 35,990, the LG G8s ThinQ is a midrange smartphone that matches premium ones in imaging and performance, but its small screen estate ...

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