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By Saurabh Garg
The Confederation of Indian Industry (CII) has urged the newly elected UPA government to relieve the MSMEs from some of the rigid administrative regulations that are impeding the sectoral growth.
By Saurabh Garg
All the soothsayers seem to have been proven wrong, at least for now, as there seems to be an upswing in the Indian economy. Indian SMEs can perhaps start breathing easier.
By Saurabh Garg
The Morbi ceramic industry has recently received a boost from rising demand for ceramic products in the rural markets.
By Saurabh Garg
In an effort to improve cash flow to the SME segment, State Bank of India has decided to slash interest rates on loans.
By Saurabh Garg
In the last few decades, Thailand has emerged as a major economic superpower in South East Asia. Backed by its robust export growth and increased consumption, the country recorded a 3.6% GDP growth in 2008.
By Saurabh Garg
Foreign trade is one of the chief aspects of Chile’s market-oriented economy. Over a period of time, this Latin American country has adopted and implemented various economic policies to facilitate its overall economic development.
By Saurabh Garg
Small-scale drug units in India have requested Prime Minister Manmohan Singh to transfer all regulatory powers associated with the pharma industry to the Department of Pharmaceuticals (DOP) from the Ministry of Health.
By David Parks
Malaysia’s transformation from a commodity-based economy to the third most industrialised economy in the world can be credited to the rapid growth of its manufacturing sector and adherence to global norms of economic governance.
By Saurabh Garg
The year 2008 was a dismal year for the small scale auto part makers and original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) in India as sales and export volumes dropped drastically and several companies reported losses.
By Saurabh Garg
The textile export sector of Tirupur in Tamil Nadu is in a dire state as small and mid-sized units, forming the bulk of the industry, have continued to report losses.
By Saurabh Garg
Small scale industries (SSIs) in the Indian pharmaceutical sector have urged Prime Minister, Dr Manmohan Singh and UPA Chairperson, Sonia Gandhi to stop the proposed Central Drug Authority (CDA) bill from being tabled in the Parliament.
By Saurabh Garg
Small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in Southeast Asia, particularly in Singapore, have been urged by industry experts to focus more on domestic markets in wake of the ongoing economic crisis.
By Saurabh Garg
The China Banking Regulatory Commission (CBRC) has asked the financial institutions and banks in the country to offer enhanced credit support to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the current year.
By David Parks
Small and medium exporting units in sectors like textiles, gems & jewellery, chemicals and handicrafts are expecting the government to offer them sops to deal with the ongoing crisis and a slump in demand.
By David Parks
Reliance Money, controlled by the Anil Dhirubhai Ambani Group (ADAG) and a Reliance Capital subsidiary, is exploring the option of setting up a stock exchange for small and medium enterprises (SMEs).
By David Parks
The United Kingdom’s Federation of Master Builders (FMB) has sought additional measures from the government for helping small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country.
By David Parks
Philippines’ state-run Small Corporation (SB Corp.) recently announced its decision to launch three new programmes aimed at encouraging banks to increase their lending to the micro, small and medium enterprise (MSME) sector in Manila.
By David Parks
Eminent business leaders of Chittagong in Bangladesh recently urged the country’s major commercial banks to provide credit to small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the country.
By Saurabh Garg
The manufacturing units in the Mohali district of Punjab are facing severe problems as the economic meltdown continues to worsen.
By David Parks
The cluster development programme for small and medium enterprises (SMEs) will be outlined again.
The Perak Government in Malaysia has recommended small and medium enterprises (SMEs) in the state to adopt technology-oriented methods in order to sustain their business amid the recent crisis.

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