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When opportunity knocks, can India respond?

Top executives and key players in India's rocketing markets will share their visions for the country's future at the Reuters India Summit in Mumbai from February 6 to February 8.

Corporate speak on hurdles to growth in India

Participants at the Reuters India Summit were upbeat about prospects for their companies as Asia's third-largest and the world's 10th-largest economy grows at 8 percent and domestic consumption perks up.

Mahindra eyes further component maker buys

India's top tractor and utility vehicle maker, Mahindra & Mahindra Ltd. , is gung-ho about India's economic boom and ready to buy more makers of auto parts and tractors, its executive director said on Tuesday.

FACTBOX-Key facts on India's outsourcing sector

India has become a top destination for overseas companies to outsource business processes such as sales calls, after-sales support, technical help desks, payroll management, accounting, legal services and design services.

India's L&T sees growth, unit stake sale

Larsen & Toubro Ltd. , India's top engineering firm, forecast better-than-expected 25 to 30 percent annual sales growth over the next two years on a wave of construction worldwide.

India stocks are hot but pricey

It's hard to get value for money in the India stock market now, but a flood of investor money and bumper corporate profits make for a good long-term investment, the chief investment officer of one of India's top 10 fund managers said on Monday.

JPMorgan hiring in booming Indian markets

JPMorgan Chase & Co. is hiring more staff in India to keep pace with the hot market, a bank executive said on Monday, as competition for talent pushes salaries up as much as 25 percent a year.

Sun Pharma eyes 7-fold US launch growth

India's third-most-valuable drug maker, Sun Pharmaceutical Industries Ltd. , forecast on Monday a seven-fold jump in U.S. product launches next year and detailed the spin-off of its research and development unit.

India cbank adviser: inflation contained

Indian inflation will stay contained but slowing inflows of foreign capital and heavy borrowing by local companies will put upward pressure on interest rates, a central bank adviser said on Monday.

India cbank adviser favors foreign debt cap

A monetary policy adviser to India's central bank said on Monday that lifting a cap on foreign institutional investment (FII) in the country's debt market would create instability in the financial markets.

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