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Interest rate cuts not enough to boost Indian companies

By Sourajit Aiyer

Last week, in an article, I looked at the reasons behind the slow growth of wages in India. They have a lot to do with the slowdown of profit growth. One way to boost profits is to invest, but for this you need to raise capital; so let’s take a look at the background and prospects for capital raising by Indian companies.

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In Corporate India wages grow slowly, tracking profits

By Sourajit Aiyer

Demand slowdown has hit top line growth for Corporate India for a while; companies are maintaining profitability by operational measures. And when one digs deep into long-term data, interesting findings come to light.

From an employee’s perspective, the impact of low profitability varies among sectors. If you are working in the right one, you are lucky!

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India’s economy is set to power ahead

By Sourajit Aiyer

Indian markets and economy had an interesting fiscal year FY2015 (Apr 2014-Mar 2015). While early signs of recovery are visible — a reversal from the previous turbulent years — a lot is still needed for the promised “achhey din” (good days) to truly arrive.

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Corporate India – a brief guide to the best practices

By Sourajit Aiyer

The current economic slowdown in India is not just an aftereffect of the financial crisis of 2007. A lot is written of how China and India received only minor bruises from that crisis due to certain structural patterns in which they had opened up their economies in the last two decades. Conversely, many advanced economies caught a cold when America sneezed.

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