«We are happy that the government is taking measures to promote domestic manufacturing. But at the same time, it will have to also address the challenges which the domestic manufacturers are facing currently due to lack of clarity on policy front and delay in implementation of duties, amongst others,» AISIA Chairman Hitesh Doshi said.
IndiGo boss on what’s hurting the airline»We are very encouraged by underlying demand but travel restrictions are really hurting (us),» Dutta said.
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Our mission to help you navigate the new normal is fueled by subscribers. To enjoy unlimited access to our journalism, subscribe today. President Donald Trump quietly ended a rule intended to protect low-income Americans from predatory high-interest payday loans this week. The move reverses a banner Obama-era initiative that required lenders to make sure that someone […]
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Will B corporations save capitalism? Also, Goya’s CEO fails to read the room, and the Fed’s Beige Book is a little too beige. Oh, and guess who’s not coming for dinner? Americans. But first, here’s your commemorative week in review in Haiku. Take a moment forOla Mae Spinks, who made surewe knew all our true […]