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Haier plans to invest Rs 370 Crore in its Pune plant

News Chinese appliances maker Haier has signed a memorandum of understanding with the Maharashtra Government and plans to invest Rs 370 crore in its Pune plant to scale up operations. The investment will be used to expand manufacturing capacity of refrigerators besides adding new products, such as washing machines, air-conditioners, LED television panels, ...

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Job creation increased by 118 per cent.

The Make in India and Skill India initiatives appears to have paid off to the government of India as job creation percentage has doubled off between July and Dec 2014. According to a labour ministry survey released, 2.75 lakh jobs were created in eight key sectors during the six months, an ...

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BMW to increase localization to 50 per cent

News Luxury car major BMW India will increase the localization of  its vehicles to 50 per cent, which is in line with the Make-in-India programme. BMW has localised production of engines and gearboxes at its Chennai plant with a capacity to produce 14,000 vehicles per year About 95 per cent of cars ...

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NRDC proposes to develop technology data bank

The National Research Development Corporation (NRDC) has proposed to develop a technology data bank in the country. In the lines of Make in India initiative, it also proposed to explore for technologies to be explored using PPP model for high risk technologies. Developing an Indian technology data bank will support ...

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David Cameron supports ‘Make in India’

News British PM David Cameron said Britan supports Modi’s Make in India and offered to sell Eurofighter Typhoon fighter jets to India, terming it as a “better deal” than the Rafale made by France. The British offer of Eurofighter Typhoons to India is still pending. It will come along with technological ...

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Poland announces “Go India” Program

News Ambassador of India, Ajay Bisaria, participating in a panel discussion at the India-Central Europe economic meeting, welcomed ”Go India” as a strong compliment to ”Make in India”. He also announced that Poland had been included in the next phase of India’s e-visa scheme. This would further facilitate business engagement. On ...

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