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Aug 3: A day in pics

  • Aug 3: A day in pics

    Aug 3: A day in pics

  • Tulsi Tanti, chairman and managing director of Suzlon Energy, gives an interview in Mumbai</p><p><B>Suzlon Energy plans to grow its market share this year, helped by growth in Europe, emerging markets such as India, Brazil and South Africa, and through orders for offshore turbines, its chairman said on Wednesday.</B></p><p>Suzlon, the No 5 global wind turbine maker, intends to grow market share to 9 or 10% from 7% last year, Tulsi Tanti told Reuters in an interview.</p>

    Tulsi Tanti, chairman and managing director of Suzlon Energy, gives an interview in Mumbai

    Suzlon Energy plans to grow its market share this year, helped by growth in Europe, emerging markets such as India, Brazil and South Africa, and through orders for offshore turbines, its chairman said on Wednesday.

    Suzlon, the No 5 global wind turbine maker, intends to grow market share to 9 or 10% from 7% last year, Tulsi Tanti told Reuters in an interview.

  • <p>A worker checks a car on the inspection line in the Hungarian plant of Japanese car maker Suzuki in the town of Esztergom</p><p></b>Suzuki Motor Corp posted a 20% drop in quarterly operating profit as the March 11 earthquake hampered production, and stuck to its annual guidance for a small profit rise driven by the Indian market.<b></p><p>Suzuki, like other Japanese automakers, is looking to make up for production lost due to the March disaster in the second half of the business year, with plans to increase output for the full year.</p>

    A worker checks a car on the inspection line in the Hungarian plant of Japanese car maker Suzuki in the town of Esztergom

    Suzuki Motor Corp posted a 20% drop in quarterly operating profit as the March 11 earthquake hampered production, and stuck to its annual guidance for a small profit rise driven by the Indian market.

    Suzuki, like other Japanese automakers, is looking to make up for production lost due to the March disaster in the second half of the business year, with plans to increase output for the full year.

  • <p>The BlackBerry Torch 9800 smartphone is seen at a news conference in New York</p><p><b>Research In Motion on Wednesday took the wraps off two more powerful versions of its touchscreen BlackBerry Torch, aiming to buy time until it can introduce a radically new software package in its smartphones.</b></p><p>The new phones, along with a Bold upgrade unveiled earlier, are part of what the Canadian company called its biggest global launch ever as it seeks to claw back North American market share losses from Apple&#39;s iconic iPhone and a slew of devices running on Google&#39;s Android software.</p><p>The three touchscreen phones, running on the new BlackBerry OS 7, each boast an improved screen display and pack a 1.2 GHz processor from Qualcomm, the most powerful ever for a BlackBerry phone. All three devices will launch with carriers globally by the end of August, RIM said.</p>

    The BlackBerry Torch 9800 smartphone is seen at a news conference in New York

    Research In Motion on Wednesday took the wraps off two more powerful versions of its touchscreen BlackBerry Torch, aiming to buy time until it can introduce a radically new software package in its smartphones.

    The new phones, along with a Bold upgrade unveiled earlier, are part of what the Canadian company called its biggest global launch ever as it seeks to claw back North American market share losses from Apple's iconic iPhone and a slew of devices running on Google's Android software.

    The three touchscreen phones, running on the new BlackBerry OS 7, each boast an improved screen display and pack a 1.2 GHz processor from Qualcomm, the most powerful ever for a BlackBerry phone. All three devices will launch with carriers globally by the end of August, RIM said.

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