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Major Blow To Make In India As TV Companies Opts For Zero-Duty FTA Imports

Import of finished TV sets from countries with which India has free trade agreement (FTA) leads to net savings of around 5 per cent Sony has started sourcing of televisions from Thailand through the FTA route and moved...

Coolpad To Invest $500 Million In India Over The Next 5 Years

Coolpad is investing in offline channel, opening new regional offices and also ramping up local manufacturing Coolpad is poised to become one of the major brands in India’s 5G handset market once the technology is commercially rolled out...

Consumer Electronics Manufacturers Looking for Greener Alternatives to Plastics and Polymers

Increasing proliferation of novel wearables and smart home devices will create new growth opportunities, Frost & Sullivan predicts    Global consumer electronics manufacturers are increasingly partnering with material suppliers to develop greener, sustainable materials and bio-based alternatives, according to Frost &...

Flipkart To Foray Into Manufacturing Of Electronic Appliances For Indian Market

Flipkart is now in talks with three companies since the last six to eight months. India’s largest e-tailer Flipkart is reportedly in talks with international original equipment manufacturers (OEMs) to collaborate on manufacturing electronic appliances and products for the Indian...

Karbonn Acquires Brand Licence of Sansui for Indian Market

Karbonn Mobiles is also planning to set up a manufacturing plant for televisions and appliances at a cost of Rs 300 crore Karbonn Mobiles, a leading Indian mobile phone maker, has acquired the brand licence of Sansui for Indian market....

“Technologies like AI and ML are giving a new direction to manufacturers in 2019”

India is gradually transforming into a potent and lucrative business destination for foreign players. The electronics industry is booming, with world-class work being done at the local level. Mitsubishi is a well-known brand that has identified great business opportunities...

“As a fraction of its GDP, India underspends on research and development”

The great Indian smartphone game is getting more interesting, day by day. Foreign players are finding themselves investing a lot more in India—for manufacturing, design or R&D. Recently, Oppo launched its latest R&D centre in Hyderabad—its first R&D unit...

OCEO: A smart water purifier that costs almost nothing!

The quality of drinking water is something that no one can afford to compromise on. Water borne diseases like diarrhoea, hepatitis, typhoid and cholera, or illnesses due to contaminants like arsenic and lead, cause widespread health issues in India....

“I had love for electronics but I was a marine engineer by profession”

Ever wondered if you would have the courage to stake everything you owned when the right opportunity came your way? Vijay Mansukhani, MD, Onida Group, in an exclusive interaction with Baishakhi Dutta of the EFY Group, talks about how...

Smartphone Brands Are Selling Handsets Below Industry ASP: CMR Report

CMR anticipates growth in ASV in CY2019, is driven primarily by increasing consumer demand. The CyberMedia Research (CMR) report, “CMR India Mobile Pricing Index 2018”, revealed that 80 per cent of smartphone brands are selling their handset below the average...

Sony To Stop Chasing Volumes, Aims At Profit Making

Sony has also deepened 'Made in India' by increasing local production of TV from 50 per cent last year to 95 per cent this year and plans to expand local production to other categories. Sony India has decided to step...

The Indian LED industry needs testing facilities and quality standards

The Electric Lamp and Component Manufacturers’ Association of India (ELCOMA) is spreading awareness about the benefits of LEDs through workshops, seminars and exhibitions, apart from coming out with an LED street lighting guide for everyone in the industry. It...

Li-Fi: Tomorrow’s connectivity with the power of light

The visible light spectrum remains an untapped resource with a large bandwidth, making Li-Fi the connectivity technology of tomorrow. By Paromik Chakraborty As more and more devices get connected to the Internet, soon there will a need for bigger bandwidth to...

Smart lighting innovations for small and medium workplaces

Initial investments in smart lighting may be high, but in a well-planned setup, recovery of investments can be quick with long-term benefits. By EB Bureau Lighting is an important aspect of a professional environment. It not only has a cost implication,...

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