Vol 05 Iss 02
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Journal on Management
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Volume: 5 Issue: 2 July 2004

India Inc's: Global Gambit
Theme - A leap of faith
View from the manager's desk
How can Indian companies set about `going global'.
by S. Ramachander
Driven by passion
With its Daewoo acquisition, Tata Motors hits the high road.
by Vinay Kamath
`Tatas now prepared to go global'
Interview with R. Gopalakrishnan, Executive Director, Tata Sons.
by Vinay Kamath & Raghuvir Srinivasan
Asian Paints, global game
An ambition to be among the top 5 decorative paints companies
by Ashwin Dani
Following its dharma
Sundram Fasteners takes on the China challenge with a greenfield project in that country
by Raghuvir Srinivasan
Garuda takes wing
Having become a $1-bn company, Ranbaxy plans for its next billion.
by Nithya Subramanian
The world in a tube
On Essel Propack's eventful journey to becoming the world's largest laminated tubes maker.
by R. Chandrasekhar
Moser saves!
Home-grown Moser Baer is one of the largest optical storage media players globally. On how it got there.
by Neha Kaushik
Building sustainable regional leadership
IndianOil's Chairman prepares to show the world how well elephants can dance.
by M.S. Ramachandran
Out of Pondy
Hidesign shows it is possible to make a mark world over with a high-fashion India-made brand of leather bags.
by Vinay Kamath

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