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    Societe Generale plans to invest in Indian startups

    Societe Generale, a French multinational banking and financial services group, plans to invest in Indian startup ecosystem via its global investment arm.Interacting with DH, Societe Generale Global Solution Centre (SG GSC) Head of...

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    ALSTOM inaugure le métro de Lucknow en Inde

    Alstom a inauguré le métro de Lucknow, le tout premier projet réalisé par l'entreprise dans l'État d'Uttar Pradesh. Les rames sont conçues à Bangalore et fabriquées dans les usines de Sricity et Coimbatore, conformément à la...

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    Paris Agreement Is Not Renegotiable, Asserts France Ahead of Bonn Meet

    New Delhi: The US pullout from the Paris deal will have an "impact" but it will remain the cornerstone for all global action against climate change, France has said, ruling out any "renegotiation". French Minister of State for...

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    The Inherent Challenges of Joint Ventures in India

    The news of McDonald’s Corp. terminating its franchise arrangement with its joint venture (JV) in India is of little surprise. It’s the latest development in the conflict between the two JV partners, the American company...

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    IAF To Get Another 36 Rafale Combat Aircraft

    New Delhi: The Government is likely to approve at least another 36 Rafale Medium Multi Role Combat Aircraft (MMRCAs) very soon. Although a decision was just about due, the possibility of more aircraft was also being considered in...

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    Indian-French JV plans new dairy plant

    One of the largest private sector dairy enterprises in Southern India, Heritage Foods, has joined forces with French dairy firm Novandie to set up a 50:50 joint venture, for a new dairy plant in France. Novandie, a subsidiary of...

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    CEO of this French company is 'eyeing' the Indian market

    Often referred as Chief Evangelical Officer and not a conventional Chief Executive Officer, when Hubert Sagnières, the chairman and CEO of Essilor International, talks about his steady corporate vision, his undaunted desire to...

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    France has a target: 10,000 Indian students by the year 2020

    A world player in arts, design, science and technology, France is Europe’s most innovative country. Ranking at number three among the global top-three in innovation, it is home to numerous Nobel Laureates and Fields Medal winners,...

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    New Consul General proposes French Investors Meet

    Puducherry: The new consul general of France in Pondicherry, Catherine Suard, said the consulate will hold a French investors meet in the Union territory of Puducherry. Suard and chief of Bonjour project, Bertrand De Hartingh,...

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    Delhi-Chandigarh corridor to get first ever semi-high speed train route as India ties up with French railways

    New Delhi: The Indian Railways is going full steam to achieve the target of covering the 245-km long Delhi-Chandigarh distance in flat two hours despite many curves on the proposed semi-high speed route. The Delhi-Chandigarh...

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