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India is once again ramping up its printing of new banknotes, as the country attempts to try to tackle its latest cash crunch.
India has some "positive idiosyncratic developments" that make it a relative value market now, says Hamish Pepper of Barclays.
Tourism and real estate are the biggest growth areas in Abu Dhabi, the chairman of one of the emirate's largest property developers said Monday.
India is "leapfrogging" into smartphone banking as many people move from cash to online, says Vinayak HV of McKinsey & Company.
India could potentially hit double-digit growth rates, according to one business leader.
The little-known Swedish brand Husqvarna Motorcycles releases three new street bikes. But you better get one quick. The new line, released this month, is already oversold in North America.
The two fastest growing markets in the equities space at present are the U.S. and emerging markets, particularly China and India, says Joseph Zidle of Blackstone.
Cape Town's recent water shortage crisis has raised global concern about the threat of water scarcity.
Google Home will be priced at 9,999 rupees ($153.78), while the Mini will be 4,499 rupees.
Asset managers say they've seen a notable number of companies fail to close dollar-denominated bond deals of late.
India's central bank barred banks on Friday from having any links to virtual currency dealers, slashing the prices of bitcoin and other crypto-currencies on local exchanges.
India needs to be — and sustain — the world's next "growth miracle" to fight its poverty problem, according to a former governor of the Reserve Bank of India.
Duvvuri Subbarao, former governor at the Reserve Bank of India, outlines what he perceives to be India's advantages over China.
Duvvuri Subbarao, former governor at the Reserve Bank of India, speaks about how a potential trade war will impact the world's second most populous nation.
Based on the statement yesterday, the Reserve Bank of India seems to have changed its view on inflation, says Radhika Rao of DBS Bank.
Praveen Jagwani of UTI International explains why both food and oil prices are unlikely to have a significant impact on inflationary pressures in India for now.
Regulated financial institutions in India can no longer deal with virtual currencies, the Reserve Bank of India said Thursday.
Vishnu Varathan of Mizuho Bank explains why the Reserve Bank of India is likely to "calibrate policy accordingly."
Ishan Dutt of Canalys explains why there is going to be a "massive push on the demand side" for smartphones in India over the next five years.
Amazon.com may make a rival offer to buy Indian e-commerce firm Flipkart, which is in tie-up talks with Walmart, local media reported.