Topic: Tata Group
Cameron's trip underlines how Europe's debt-stricken states are competing to tap into one of the world's fastest-growing economies. But Friday India said it wanted to cancel a $750 million deal for a dozen helicopters made by an Anglo-Italian company due to bribery claims.
Corporations may be able to learn from developing-world entrepreneurs, who emphasize frugality, flexibility, and simplicity in designing products.
Sunita Narain has learned that being an environmentalist in India means being an advocate for the poor – and for immediate action.
India's huge domestic demand helped it weather the financial crisis of 2008. But since then, Indian companies have invested internationally, increasing India's vulnerability to economic downturns.
08/08/2011 12:22 pm
Africa Monitor West Africa Rising: Why Indian firms are bidding to buy up Nigeria's decrepit electrical grid
More than 200 companies – including India's Tata Group, New Jersey's Honeywell Energy, and Nigerian conglomerate Dangote Group – have signed up to own a rusty piece of Nigeria's grid.
06/07/2011 05:05 pm