Foreign Locales


'Foreign Locales' - 4 News Result(s)

  • 16 Killed in Torrential Rains in Algeria

    16 Killed in Torrential Rains in Algeria

    Torrential rains in southern Algeria left 16 people dead, including 13 foreigners, local authorities said on Saturday, increasing an earlier death toll.

  • Falling rupee means no foreign shoots for Bollywood

    Falling rupee means no foreign shoots for Bollywood

    The falling Indian rupee has led to a sharp decline of up to 35 percent of Bollywood movies being shot in exotic foreign locales in the past four months, an industry study said.

  • New FDI rules a setback for foreign, local retailers

    New FDI rules a setback for foreign, local retailers

    New rules requiring foreign supermarkets to set up their own warehouses and stores in India are likely to further delay the entry of companies like Wal-Mart Stores, increase costs and hurt cash-strapped local retailers eager to partner with foreign companies.

  • New FDI rules a setback for foreign, local retailers

    New FDI rules a setback for foreign, local retailers

    Under the new rules, the government said global supermarket operators cannot acquire existing assets of Indian companies and said the initial mandatory $100 million investment to set up supply chain infrastructure and stores must be new.

'Foreign Locales' - 4 News Result(s)

  • 16 Killed in Torrential Rains in Algeria

    16 Killed in Torrential Rains in Algeria

    Torrential rains in southern Algeria left 16 people dead, including 13 foreigners, local authorities said on Saturday, increasing an earlier death toll.

  • Falling rupee means no foreign shoots for Bollywood

    Falling rupee means no foreign shoots for Bollywood

    The falling Indian rupee has led to a sharp decline of up to 35 percent of Bollywood movies being shot in exotic foreign locales in the past four months, an industry study said.

  • New FDI rules a setback for foreign, local retailers

    New FDI rules a setback for foreign, local retailers

    New rules requiring foreign supermarkets to set up their own warehouses and stores in India are likely to further delay the entry of companies like Wal-Mart Stores, increase costs and hurt cash-strapped local retailers eager to partner with foreign companies.

  • New FDI rules a setback for foreign, local retailers

    New FDI rules a setback for foreign, local retailers

    Under the new rules, the government said global supermarket operators cannot acquire existing assets of Indian companies and said the initial mandatory $100 million investment to set up supply chain infrastructure and stores must be new.

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