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September 14: Glimpses of the day

  • September 14: Glimpses of the day

    September 14: Glimpses of the day

  • <p><b>People walk in the Wipro campus in Bangalore.</b>
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Wipro Ltd, India&#39;s No.3 software services exporter, aims to maintain its operating margins at more than 20% even as US and Europe markets are mired in a debt crisis, a senior executive said on Wednesday.
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Even though Western markets were embroiled in economic problems, Wipro was expanding in fast-growing markets such as China, where it plans to double staff numbers from about 800 now, Chief Marketing Officer Rajan Kohli told Reuters in an interview.
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    People walk in the Wipro campus in Bangalore.

    Wipro Ltd, India's No.3 software services exporter, aims to maintain its operating margins at more than 20% even as US and Europe markets are mired in a debt crisis, a senior executive said on Wednesday.

    Even though Western markets were embroiled in economic problems, Wipro was expanding in fast-growing markets such as China, where it plans to double staff numbers from about 800 now, Chief Marketing Officer Rajan Kohli told Reuters in an interview.

  • <b><p>Men sit amid stacked sacks of potatoes at a vegetable wholesale market in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi.</b>
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Inflation in India accelerated in August to its highest in over a year, driven by rising prices of food and manufactured goods, reinforcing the case for another rate hike on Friday despite weakening growth and a worsening global outlook.
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The wholesale price index, India&#39;s main inflation gauge, rose 9.78% in August, higher than the median forecast for a 9.6% rise in a Reuters poll and above the 9.22% recorded for July.
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    Men sit amid stacked sacks of potatoes at a vegetable wholesale market in Noida, on the outskirts of New Delhi.

    Inflation in India accelerated in August to its highest in over a year, driven by rising prices of food and manufactured goods, reinforcing the case for another rate hike on Friday despite weakening growth and a worsening global outlook.

    The wholesale price index, India's main inflation gauge, rose 9.78% in August, higher than the median forecast for a 9.6% rise in a Reuters poll and above the 9.22% recorded for July.

  • <b><p>People walk past Fast Retailing&#39;s Uniqlo store in Tokyo.</b>
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The operator of Uniqlo casual clothing stores said it will consider opening stores in India, Australia and New Zealand as part of its goal to become the world&#39;s top apparel retailer in 2020. 
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Fast Retailing plans to ramp up overseas openings of its Uniqlo stores to 200 to 300 shops a year, as Japan&#39;s largest clothing seller aims to leap frog foreign rivals and other global mass-market apparel giants.
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The ambitious plan to soar past Gap and H&M will not come easily, as the Japanese retailer saw sales and profits decline last year.
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    People walk past Fast Retailing's Uniqlo store in Tokyo.

    The operator of Uniqlo casual clothing stores said it will consider opening stores in India, Australia and New Zealand as part of its goal to become the world's top apparel retailer in 2020.

    Fast Retailing plans to ramp up overseas openings of its Uniqlo stores to 200 to 300 shops a year, as Japan's largest clothing seller aims to leap frog foreign rivals and other global mass-market apparel giants.

    The ambitious plan to soar past Gap and H&M will not come easily, as the Japanese retailer saw sales and profits decline last year.

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