The Department Of Industrial Policy And Promotion (DIPP) continued its consultations on the proposed multi-brand retail in FDI policy today.
Targets SOHOs and SMEs with its new range of energy-efficient laser printers
The Gem & Jewellery (G & J) sector accounting for US$ 27 billion exports has been severely affected by the global downturn. The FTP has taken note of the problems faced by this sector and proposes certain welcome measures.
Prabhudas Lilladher has come out with its report on banks update. As per the research firm asset quality for private banks continued to remain robust. However, barring a few exceptions, PSU banks asset quality was disappointing.
Symantec survey finds that SMEs don't see themselves as targets and fail to implement basic safeguards.
Launches 0% financing offer on IBM software products in India
The RBI today released its annual report on Indian banks. The report reflects the RBI's concern that recoveries of bad loans are not rising as much as the pace of loan defaults itself.
Offers a free domain, hosting and website to SMEs in India.
China is considering a proposal to set up a regional bank to help its small and medium enterprises (SMEs) invest in Southeast Asian neighbours, fund infrastructure projects and promote development in southwestern China, two independent sources said.
A recent study by Kotak Securities has raised serious questions about the export boost India seems to be enjoying. That’s the key issue Karan Thapar discusses with his eminent panel on the latest episode of CNBC-TV18’s India Tonight.
The National Skill Development Corporation India (NSDC) is a one of its kind Public Private Partnership in India. Its MD and CEO Dilip Chenoy talks to Entrepreneur about the need to fulfill the growing need in India for skilled manpower across sectors.
Cloud computing has revolutionized the way businesses consume IT resources.
As the world turns into a global village, India has leaped ahead of its peer countries due to its investment opportunities, huge growth potential and favorable business environment.
Getting funded by a VC is akin to making a sale. Everything from scoping out your customer to closing the deal needs to be spot on.
CNBC-TV18's Emerging India Awards jointly hosted by ICICI Bank is going to be meeting a bunch of small and medium enterprises -- the backbone of the Indian economy.
Taking note of the objections raised by the SMEs, the industry ministry has asked its finance counterpart to refrain RBI from notifying certain clauses of the FDI policy relating to financial instruments.
SMERA has assigned SMERA ‘IPO Grade 2’ (two on five) to the proposed Initial Public Offer (IPO) of Tejora Technologies Limited (TTL).SMERA assigns IPO Grading on the scale of IPO Grade 5 to 1, with Grade 5 signifying strong fundamentals and Grade 1 signifying poor fundamentals.
Empowering SMEs by reducing total cost of ownership
CRISIL Ratings has come out with its report on interest rates hike. According to the rating agency the significant increase in interest rates over the past 18 months will adversely impact the asset quality and profitability of India’s banks.
The US has expressed concern over India's lack of transparency in its trade policy, as a result of which small and medium-sized enterprises have difficulties in investing and doing business in the country.
One of India's most ambitious and diversified financial services groups, Religare Enterprises, is a group that is eying a banking license and a group that believes it should get a banking license, says the chairman and managing director Sunil Godhwani.
The West Bengal government will take back the land given to small sector entrepreneurs if they failed to utilise the land for setting up industrial units, Minister for SMEs Manas Bhuniya said today.
Reserve Bank Deputy Governor Subir Gokarn today said banks will have to balance risks while lending to small and medium enterprises if they want to make this sector a significant part of their credit portfolio.
A Krishna Kumar, managing director of State Bank of India (SBI) in an interview to CNBC-TV18 said that the concerns related to asset quality are not unfounded.
Easy and affordable access of Information and Communication technology (ICT) to SMEs would help them in exploring new markets globally, a senior government official said today said.