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Tuesday, July 26, 2005
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Australia: Emerging hub for financial analytics off-shoring
AT A recent seminar, the Australia-India Business Council and the IIT Association of Australia presented the case for making Australia a global hub for financial services analytics off-shoring. Early deregulation of ... More


To export or not?
AFTER A PERIOD of phenomenal growth, driven primarily by China's appetite, world supplies of steel now exceed demand, leading to a fall in prices. Between March and June, the market fell 20-35 per cent, even as the early-July recovery has been ... More


How Indian Airlines can soar
ADOPTION OF efficient management systems combined with serious cost cutting and improved operations have considerably improved the liquidity position of the state-owned Indian Airlines. An endorsement of the new ... More


The economics of crime
The causes and determinants of crime have a significant bearing on the economy and society. Demographics could also contribute to an increase in crime rates. Rapid economic growth will mean more opportunities for crime. Unabated and unaddressed visib le inequalities too contribute to the rising crime rates, says Bhanoji Rao. More

Easing yuan's peg to dollar — Gauging the China factor
THE Europeans, like the Americans, are perplexed with the so-called "China factor" as that country continues to register record trade figures. Indications are that, by the end of this year, it is poised to overtake ... More


The `peak oil' controversy
MUCH of the public discourse on the spiralling price of crude has rested on a premise — one that is contrary to at least one fundamental law of physics — that oil will last forever. However, this time ... More


Ruling the mind-space
"THERE are no facts. There are no best products. All that exists in the world of marketing are perceptions in the minds of the customer or the prospect. The perception is the reality. Everything else is an ... More


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