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PCG and Publishing Technology Expand into India

London and New Delhi, 26 May 2011 - Publishers Communication Group (PCG), today opened an office in New Delhi, India.PCG, a division of Publishing Technology plc (LSE: PTO), the largest provider of software and services to the publishing industry, will be offering sales and marketing activities targeting the ever-growing academic readership in India to US and European scholarly publishers. Initially representing BioOne, the American Society for Microbiology, and Adam Matthew Digital, the New Delhi office will allow PCG to build stronger relationships with over 500 academic universities and over 3,000 technical education institutes in India for the publishers it represents.
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New Product Launches in the Indian Haircare Market

Product Insights: Haircare in India
 This report forms a part of the newly introduced product series titled ""Product Insights"". It aims to provide analysis to clients on the new product launches across various industry sectors ( )
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Wind Energy is the fastest growing renewable energy sector in India

Wind Energy Markets in India India is likely to generate almost five times more wind energy capacity than the government’s estimate by 2030 i.e. total installed capacity will reach 142 GW by 2030, which would produce 341 TWh of electricity and satisfy 12.6 - 14.2% of India’s demand. There would be considerable impact on annual investment (Rs336 billion) and employment (142,000 jobs); and 323 million tons of CO2 could be saved every year. [Read More...]

Increasing healthcare infrastructure to fuel growth in the medical device market

Medical Devices Market in India 2010 The industry is one of the most unregulated segments of the healthcare sector in India and with large scale imports. However, with growing interests of the government, associations and players, the market is growing and India is becoming a hub for manufacturing high-end medical devices. The industry shows great potential in terms of the increasing privatization in healthcare and rapid expansion in hospital infrastructure. [Read More...]

Future outlook and major players in the Indian Hologram Market

The hologram market in India ,currently estimated at Rs4.5 billion , is projected to grow at 15% CAGR for the next 5 years, driven by the increasing need for enhanced security and protection of consumers from counterfeit products. ( )
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Increasing number of Indian Traders Flocking at to do business

More and more Indian wholesalers, manufacturers and trade suppliers are drifting towards the newly launched Indian Section at The futuristic B2B portal lists a number of Indian importers, exporters, dropshippers, wholesalers and distributors dealing in all kind of products like Indian clothing and apparel, jewelry, footwear, DVDs & CDs, computers and so on. In addition to this, the website features buying and selling leads, along with providing free but useful information like supplier and product trends for the past 24 hours or 7 days.
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‘What Should India Mean for Your UK Technology Business?’

Cambridge, UK. 18 February 2010. Cambridge Wireless is delighted, in partnership with UKTI, to be able to present an unmissable one-day event. With specialist experts in place and confirmed speakers that include an economic minister from the High Commission of India this forum is set to provide your organisation with the necessary information to tap into one of the world’s fastest growing economies.
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