About 60-70 % market for display devices is still untapped

A leading manufacturer of LCD, Deepakshi Display Devices Pvt Ltd has been offering customers extensive ranges of energy meters, standard character and graphic LCD modules for the last 15 years. Its managing director D Malakar speaks to Saurabh Sharma of Electronics Bazaar about the display devices market and the new developments taking place in this sector

Philips targeting small cities and rural markets in India

Philips Electronics India Ltd, a subsidiary of the Netherlands based Royal Philips Electronics, is into health and wellbeing business as well. Under the health and wellbeing umbrella, they operate in three sectors—healthcare, lighting and consumer lifestyle. This makes Philips unique from its competitors who do not have presence in these sectors. Vivek Sharma, CMO, Philips India, speaks to Jesus Milton Rousseau S of Electronics Bazaar about Philips’ strategies and growth plans in India

Indian TV Industry Growing in Leaps and Bounds

India’s TV industry has huge potential for growth as the current penetration level is only about 44 per cent. Technological advancement, economic growth giving rise to more disposable income, digitalisation of cable TV network, introduction of DTH and more channels, will all add to the potential of the industry

70% of electronics goods are imported as India spends measly on R&D

Despite the industry reaching out to wider segments, the R&D spend continues to shrink

October 2009

India-Taiwan Trade Ties 100 Firms Present in India

The India-Taiwan bilateral trade has grown tremendously over the years, with 2009 witnessing the maximum ascent

Indo-China Trade Ties Chinese firms find India safe to invest

Last year, India-China trade reached the $29-billion mark, recording a 69 per cent jump from the previous year. The governments of both countries are geared to achieve the target of $60 billion by 2010

Indo-US Trade Ties US companies hike production in India

US companies have a strong presence in India, both in the electronic hardware and consumer electronics markets. The demand for electronic goods in India is expected to quadruple in the next five years and numerous US firms have augmented production of cellular phones, monitors, TVs, etc in India

Taiwanese firms invest US$ 800 in Indian electronics and IT sectors

Taiwanese firms are eyeing the Indian market to explore new business avenues. David Hsu, director, Taipei Economic and Cultural Centre, shares his perspective on the current status of India-Taiwan business relations and the scope of India as an investment destination, with Himanshu Yadav of Electronics Bazaar

India Calling

India seems to hold great promise for multinationals from various countries like China, Singapore, Japan, South Korea, Taiwan and others, who have realised the massive potential that India offers. Rising economy seems to be one of the reasons for these nations to consider India as a business destinaton. Companies with well established bases in the Indian market and those who are already involved in business here have seen very little of the downturn and that is giving them the confidence to invest more in the Indian subcontinent

Winds of change blowing in power electronics market

The Indian UPS market is expected to witness a CAGR of 13.4 per cent till 2014 and is currently soaring, with an estimated demand of Rs 50,000 million and 400,000­500,000 units of inverters per year

Looking into the future of components for power electronics

Indian manufacturers need to know that owing to the enormous demand for UPS and inverters, now is the opportune time to venture into the components business. They must manufacture in terms of quantity and quality, so that buyers don’t have to look towards other countries for their sourcing needs

Taiwan to set up second office in Chennai

Sunday, September 06, 2009: Taiwan has obtained consent from the Indian government to set up a second representative office, the Ministry of Foreign Affairs said. The new office would be set up in Chennai to complement the work of...

September 2009

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