India to quiz Philip Morris on marketing of Marlboro

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India plans to seek an explanation from Philip Morris International Inc about its marketing practices after

China, India equity funds, local debt top H1 emerging market performance tables

 Chinese and Indian equity funds sprinted away from their emerging market rivals in the first half of 2017, whilst local

Reliance launches 4G enabled low-cost phone

MUMBAI (Reuters) – Reliance Industries launched on Friday a keenly anticipated phone with 4G-enabled features that it said will be

Ford’s ‘golden noses’ seek edge in slowing China car market

NANJING, China (Reuters) – While Western drivers like the ‘new car’ smell fresh off the production line, Chinese would rather

SEBI asks for feedback to grow equity derivatives market

MUMBAI (Reuters) – India’s market regulator Securities and Exchange Board of India (SEBI) on Wednesday solicited feedback from market participants

What Volvo’s Electric Car Ambitions Mean for Tesla

As analysts weigh in on Volvo’s electric and hybrid vehicle plans—with a mix of reactions ranging from skeptical and “meh”

Geely’s Volvo to go all electric with new models from 2019

STOCKHOLM (Reuters) – All Volvo car models launched after 2019 will be electric or hybrids, the Chinese-owned company said on

Samsung’s Galaxy Note 7 is back! (Just don’t call it the Note 7)

Samsung’s fire-prone smartphone that sparked a global crisis is making a comeback. The world’s largest smartphone maker says it’s resurrecting

Samsung Electronics to launch refurbished Note 7 phones in South Korea from July 7

SEOUL (Reuters) – Samsung Electronics Co Ltd (005930.KS) said on Sunday it will start selling a refurbished version of the

For sale: India’s loss-making national airline

India’s struggling, debt-ridden national airline could soon be in private hands. The government has agreed “in principle” to sell its