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The new policy resolves several, but not all issues that hold back manufacturing

An on-the-ground account from the World Economic Forum's annual meeting at Davos

Why Isro trusts Alpha Design Technologies to build its satellites

The recent Lockheed-Tata deal will boost defense manufacturing in India

Even as steel manufacturers in Raipur fight a challenging macro-environment, they are betting on increased infrastructure spend to revive demand in the coming year

Gulbarga falters as the cash ban takes a toll on toor dal and construction businesses

Shekhar Bajaj, chairman, Bajaj Electricals on five ways to manage costs during a downturn

A growing domestic market has spurred smartphone manufacturing but the development of a component ecosystem is critical to take it to the next level

Gold financier Manappuram's VP Nandakumar buys into demonetisation woes

JBM group's executive director is of the view that putting all eggs in one basket pays

It’s a change that is seeping in slowly. Will robots now Make in India?

There are many opportunities for growth in Vijayawada, but the manufacturing sector needs a helping hand

In a year that was challenging, Outlook Business takes a look at companies that weathered the storm

 Gaurav Parikh of Jeena Scriptech Alpha Advisors articulates the changing fortunes of Astec LifeSciences 

India Inc is lagging behind in paying its bills

Evergreening of loans is keeping several over-leveraged companies alive. What could be the endgame?

The current 50 basis point reduction, if passed on entirely by lenders, will benefit some companies disproportionately

JLR CEO Ralf Speth on losing appeal with Chinese authorities to stop the manufacturing of LandWind X7

Ness Wadia-promoted Bombay Dyeing & Manufacturing Co's stock came crashing down to ₹63 from ₹87

Stiff competition and the vagaries of scale have meant that the Davids of the Sriperumbudur cluster are fast racing

Shortage of skilled labour, power outages and environmental activism are the primary bones of contention in Naroda

Everyone is excited about a subtle but no-so-destructive change called 3D printing, each for his own reason

3D printing ecosystem is quietly taking shape in India with corporates leveraging the technology 

Make in India is the right pitch but emphasis on timely delivery is missing

Ernst & Young partner Abhaya Agarwal believes existing clusters need to be bolstered instead of setting up new ones

Overcapacity in cement and a crash in dal prices bring the slowdown home to Gulbarga

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