WEF ends with euro hopes, but amidst economic uncertaintyWEF ends with euro hopes, but amidst economic uncertainty
Though the event had begun on a gloomy note amidst turmoil in Europe and its spill-over impact on the rest of the world, it ended with shades of hopes coming from economies still doing well in Asia -- India and China.
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`It would be foolish to restrict Internet``It would be foolish to restrict Internet`
Amid raging controversy over Internet censorship in countries including India, corporate honchos at the World Economic Forum Sunday batted for online freedom saying it would be "foolish" for any government to impose restrictions.
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Lack of political will holding up WTO conclusion: Pascal LamyLack of political will holding up WTO conclusion: Pascal Lamy
With not much movement towards concluding the decade old Doha Round, WTO chief Pascal Lamy said that lack of political will on part of member countries is holding the global trade deal.
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Coca-Cola to invest $1 bn in Mexico; to create over 1 lakh jobsCoca-Cola to invest $1 bn in Mexico; to create over 1 lakh jobs
Beverages maker Coca-Cola will invest over USD 1 billion in Mexico this year, a move that will create more than 1,00,000 jobs in that country.
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India emerges as a strong investment destination at WEF meetIndia emerges as a strong investment destination at WEF meet
As the annual World Economic Forum summit heads for close on Sunday, the India story has emerged even stronger with the business world appreciating the country`s fine balance between democratic processes and economic growth.
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Trade cheats beware, new US team will come after you: KirkTrade cheats beware, new US team will come after you: Kirk
A new team of US trade enforcers will make countries think twice about putting up unfair barriers to American exports, President Barack Obama`s top trade official said.
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IMF leads global push for euro zone to boost firewallIMF leads global push for euro zone to boost firewall
International Monetary Fund chief Christine Lagarde led a global push on Saturday for the euro zone to boost its financial firewall, saying "if it is big enough it will not get used."
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Swiss urge US tax deal to shield other banksSwiss urge US tax deal to shield other banks
The break-up of Switzerland`s oldest bank Wegelin on Friday shows the need to settle a dispute with US authorities over tax cheats hiding cash in secret Swiss accounts, the Finance Minister said on Saturday.
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People must have right to object: PilotPeople must have right to object: Pilot
Amid raging debate over restricting content on social networking sites, Minister of State for Communications and IT Sachin Pilot has said it is the right of people, institutions, groups or any entity to object if something is hurting their sentiments.
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FDI in retail: Sharma says pause cannot be too longFDI in retail: Sharma says pause cannot be too long
Asserting that FDI in retail will happen, Commerce and Industry Minister Anand Sharma on Saturday said the "pause" in implementation of the government`s decision cannot be "too long".
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