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April 16: Samsung to launch new smartphone

  • April 16: Samsung to launch new smartphone

    April 16: Samsung to launch new smartphone

  • <p><b>Closeup of the map of Europe seen on the face of a 10 Euro Cent coin in Paris</b></p><p>Fierce debate is growing in Europe over whether austerity or growth offers the best strategy to overcome the continent&#39;s sovereign debt crisis. As if it were that simple.</p><p>As the euro zone hovers on the brink of its second recession in three years, the battle launched in academic journals, blogs and the financial press has spread to the hustings in France, Greece and soon in EU economic powerhouse Germany too.</p>

    Closeup of the map of Europe seen on the face of a 10 Euro Cent coin in Paris

    Fierce debate is growing in Europe over whether austerity or growth offers the best strategy to overcome the continent's sovereign debt crisis. As if it were that simple.

    As the euro zone hovers on the brink of its second recession in three years, the battle launched in academic journals, blogs and the financial press has spread to the hustings in France, Greece and soon in EU economic powerhouse Germany too.

  • <p><b>A labourer collects oranges at a wholesale fruit market in Siliguri</b></p><p>India&#39;s wholesale price index (WPI) rose a faster-than-expected 6.89% in March from a year earlier, mainly driven by higher food prices, government data showed on Monday.</p><p>Analysts on average had expected an annual rise of 6.70%, a Reuters poll showed. Wholesale prices rose 6.95% in February.</p><p>The annual reading for January was revised up to 6.89% from 6.55%, the government said in the release.</p>

    A labourer collects oranges at a wholesale fruit market in Siliguri

    India's wholesale price index (WPI) rose a faster-than-expected 6.89% in March from a year earlier, mainly driven by higher food prices, government data showed on Monday.

    Analysts on average had expected an annual rise of 6.70%, a Reuters poll showed. Wholesale prices rose 6.95% in February.

    The annual reading for January was revised up to 6.89% from 6.55%, the government said in the release.

  • <p><b>Chairman of Piramal Healthcare Ltd. Ajay Piramal gestures as he speaks during a news conference in Mumbai</b></p><p>Drugmaker Piramal Healthcare sees revenue potential of $1.5 billion from its new florbetaben molecule, a possible Alzheimer&#39;s treatment acquired by the company in a deal with Germany&#39;s Bayer AG.</p><p>Florbetaben, which is in the final stages of clinical trials, detects symptoms in probable sufferers of Alzheimer&#39;s and could allow early diagnosis and specific treatment of the disease. US approval will be sought in late 2012.</p>

    Chairman of Piramal Healthcare Ltd. Ajay Piramal gestures as he speaks during a news conference in Mumbai

    Drugmaker Piramal Healthcare sees revenue potential of $1.5 billion from its new florbetaben molecule, a possible Alzheimer's treatment acquired by the company in a deal with Germany's Bayer AG.

    Florbetaben, which is in the final stages of clinical trials, detects symptoms in probable sufferers of Alzheimer's and could allow early diagnosis and specific treatment of the disease. US approval will be sought in late 2012.

  • <p><b>Jaguar Land Rover Freelander 2 vehicles are displayed on the production line for the media at their newly-inaugurated production plant in Pune</b></p><p>Tata Motors&#39; global vehicle sales rose 26% in March from a year earlier, the Indian company said, partly driven by continued strong sales of its luxury Jaguar Land Rover vehicles.</p><p>Tata, part of the salt-to-steel Tata Group conglomerate, sold 139,655 vehicles in March. Passenger cars sales stood at 75,864 vehicles, a rise of 41% from a year previously.</p><p>Sales of its Jaguar Land Rover brands stood at 36,471 vehicles in the month, an annual rise of 51%.</p><p>Tata sold 1,252,173 vehicles globally in the fiscal that ended in March, a 16% increase on sales in FY11.</p>

    Jaguar Land Rover Freelander 2 vehicles are displayed on the production line for the media at their newly-inaugurated production plant in Pune

    Tata Motors' global vehicle sales rose 26% in March from a year earlier, the Indian company said, partly driven by continued strong sales of its luxury Jaguar Land Rover vehicles.

    Tata, part of the salt-to-steel Tata Group conglomerate, sold 139,655 vehicles in March. Passenger cars sales stood at 75,864 vehicles, a rise of 41% from a year previously.

    Sales of its Jaguar Land Rover brands stood at 36,471 vehicles in the month, an annual rise of 51%.

    Tata sold 1,252,173 vehicles globally in the fiscal that ended in March, a 16% increase on sales in FY11.

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