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China's $100 bn pledge Clearly, India's Japan policy is working effectively

Sep 16, 2014

China's $100 bn pledge Clearly, India's Japan policy is working effectively

Despite all the grand gifts the Chinese won't be successful in weaning India away from Japan. The reasons for this are strategic mainly. #HowThisWorks #India #China #Japan #Pakistan #Narendra Modi #Visa #Railways #Xi Jinping #investments
Sushma Swaraj to visit Bahrain on 6 September

Sep 03, 2014

Sushma Swaraj to visit Bahrain on 6 September

External Affairs Minister Sushma Swaraj will travel to Bahrain on Saturday where she is likely to seek stepped-up investment in India from the oil-rich country while highlighting wave of new initiatives taken by the new government to spur economic growth. #India #sushma swaraj #Investment #Bahrain #NewsTrack
Mamata Banerjee aims at attracting foreign investment with Singapore trip

Aug 16, 2014

Mamata Banerjee aims at attracting foreign investment with Singapore trip

West Bengal Chief Minister Mamata Banerjee would embark on her maiden foreign visit to Singapore tomorrow after assuming office in 2011, with an agenda to attract investment in the state. #Mamata Banerjee #NewsTracker #West Bengal #Singapore #foreign investment
CCS nod must for railway FDI projects over 49% in sensitive areas

Aug 13, 2014

CCS nod must for railway FDI projects over 49% in sensitive areas

Earlier this month, the Union cabinet had cleared the long-delayed proposal for relaxing foreign direct investment (FDI) policy in the cash-starved Indian Railways. #Economy #ThisisNext #Investment #FDI #Indian Railways #Cabinet Committee on Security
Cabinet clears 100% FDI for railways, 49% for defence

Aug 06, 2014

Cabinet clears 100% FDI for railways, 49% for defence

Moving ahead with the economic reforms, the Cabinet tonight cleared the long-delayed proposal for raising FDI limit in defence to 49 percent and fully opened up the railway infrastructure segment, like high-speed trains, for foreign investment. #Defence #Narendra Modi #NewsTracker #Foreign direct investment #FDI #UPA government #Cabinet #Railways #NDA #high speed train systems

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Why you are seeing Dubai property ads in Indian media

Jul 19, 2013

Why you are seeing Dubai property ads in Indian media

The US or the UK are doubtlessly closest to the hearts of most Indians hoping to buy property abroad. However, when these are out of reach, Dubai is definitely among the most preferred among realistic property investment destinations for Indians. #HowThisWorks #India #US #Dubai #property #UK #Citizenship #Real estate #Property investments #Land laws
Shadow banking threatens Shanghaied Chinese markets

Jun 24, 2013

Shadow banking threatens Shanghaied Chinese markets

Shadow Banking in China is dominated by trusts that are loosely regulated finance companies that cannot raise deposits. #Sensex #Investing #nifty #Shanghai Composite #MarketWatch #Shadow Banking

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Shadow banking threatens Shanghaied Chinese markets

Sep 12, 2014

Use Options For a Chance To Buy PRTA at a 25% Discount

Looking back to 79 days ago, Prothena Corp plc (NASD: PRTA) priced a 4,750,000 share secondary stock offering at $22.50 per share. Buyers in that offering made a considerable investment into the company, expecting that their investment would go up ov...
Shadow banking threatens Shanghaied Chinese markets

Sep 15, 2014

How To Invest In The Booming UK Real Estate Market For Under $100

Urbanisation, scarcity of land, rising populations and a growing international appetite for real estate mean that it’s ever harder to buy or invest in British property.  Average London house prices are now 18 times average UK incomes at £499,000 ($80...
Shadow banking threatens Shanghaied Chinese markets

Sep 15, 2014

DealBook: Calpers, Nation’s Biggest Pension Fund, to End Hedge Fund Investments

The California Public Employees’ Retirement System said it would liquidate its hedge fund investments in the next year over concerns that they are too complicated and expensive...