India’s Healthcare Delivery System Needs $245 Billion Investment

According to a PricewaterhouseCoopers  report quoted in Outlook Magazine, the Indian healthcare delivery system has limited resources and will need an investment of $245 billion to deliver desired outcomes in the next two decades. India needs 3.5 million new hospital beds, 3 million doctors and 6 million nurses over a period of 20 years, it [...]

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January 28, 2015   No Comments

What costs less in India than in China?

CNN Money says: India’s airline industry is a mess. Taxes are sky-high, infrastructure is poor and profit margins are razor thin. A string of carriers have gone out of business, and many others are struggling to stay afloat.  For now, howevery, India has the least expensive  flights on the earth. In India, airlines charge an [...]

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January 27, 2015   No Comments

U.S. and India to Develop 3 Smart Cities

At a meeting between India’s urban development minister, M. Venkaiah Naidu and visiting secretary of commerce Penny Pritzker,  the leaders decided to establish a task force to  jointly develop three smart cities with a mandate of preparing the roadmap within three months. The cities selected are Allahabad in the northern state of Uttar Pradesh, Ajmer [...]

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January 27, 2015   No Comments

SunEdison to Invest $4 Billion in India

Missouri-based SunEdison Inc., and the Indian power provider Adani Enterprises, headquartered in Ahmedabad, Gujarat, have signed a memorandum of understanding to establish a joint venture to build the largest solar photovoltaic manufacturing facility in India with a capacity of 7.5 gigawatts of annual production on an investment of up to $4 billion. The new facility [...]

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January 27, 2015   No Comments

Make in U.S. and Make in India: A Win-Win Situation?

According to India’s Mahindra Group Chairman Anand Mahindra, President Obama has tried to create a “win-win situation”. Mahindra says that both “Make in U.S.” and “Make in India” are not conflicting slogans, but in reality are win-win situations, reports  Business Today magazine. American companies can benefit by supplying technology, and Indian companies win by gaining [...]

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January 27, 2015   No Comments