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Anurag Agnihotri

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India-Korea Tourism Ties

Monday, December 2nd, 2013

The Korea Tourism Organiza­tion which has a Delhi-based office recently opened a repre­sentative office in Mumbai to promote its relations in tour­ism with India. This office is designed to promote South Korea as a major tourism destination to the airlines, media, consum­ers and travel trade and to heighten India- Korea cooperation in tourism.

Daewoong Pharm Sets Up First R&D Center in Hyderabad

Monday, December 2nd, 2013
The South Korea company Dae­woong Pharmaceutical set up its very first R&D center based in Hyderabad in 2008. In the history of India-Korean coop­eration in the pharmaceutical sector, it was also the first such undertaking in terms of collaborations and co-marketing of com­modities as well.
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India Poised to Redraw Healthcare Service Sector

Friday, March 30th, 2012

The Union health care minister Ghulam Nabi Azad has announced policy changes in the health care and medical institutions sector, indicating reforms are taking place from grass root levels to primary and urban healthcare systems.


Asia-Pacific Nanotechnology Updates

Tuesday, May 31st, 2011

Some of the most exciting concepts and themes portrayed in much of today’s modern cinema feature the ability to manipulate atoms and molecules to create new materials, weapons or micro-machines that can go inside human beings.

Eastern Germany Strengthens Business Ties with Asia

Thursday, April 21st, 2011

Asian investors are currently eyeing Germany’s eastern high-tech regions, as the country has unveiled a brand new airport to facilitate trade between the two regions.

Once the new facility becomes operational from June 2012, it will provide increased capacity and decreased travel times to Asian destinations.

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Growth of Wealth Management Business in Asia

Friday, April 1st, 2011

Asia in recent years has grown to be a strategically important region for wealth management businesses in terms of the rising number of investors there as well as the availability of investment products where funds can be channeled.

Wealth management in Asia has also evolved into the global arena by providing an Asian channel for foreign investors as well as making foreign investment products available to Asian investors.


Obstacles Faced by Indian Firms Entering the Chinese Market

Thursday, March 31st, 2011

In recent years, China has emerged as the second largest economy in the world as a result of its strong 10% annual growth enjoyed during the last 30 years.

And like most foreign economies in the world, India is keen on tapping this huge market to boost its own trade revenues. China is already India’s largest trading partner, and yet the trade deficit between these neighbors tips in favor of China.

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Cleaning Up and Still Earning: The Clean Development Mechanism and Pollution Control in Asia

Thursday, March 17th, 2011

As one of the fastest growing regions in the world today—and concurrently the most populous region and a region where poverty is still prevalent—Asia is no stranger to the limitations, problems and negative externalities of growth and poverty.

Asian policymakers cannot seek to limit themselves to economic growth alone precisely because other issues must be dealt with in order for the region to truly enjoy bona fide improvements.

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From Thailand to Singapore, an Increased Appetite for High-Tech Healthcare Solutions

Monday, February 7th, 2011

The healthcare, IT and technology sectors all across Asia are preparing for a dramatic rebound; the persistent softness of the global economy notwithstanding.


Invasion of Privacy

Wednesday, December 1st, 2010

With the increasing encroachment of social networks into the workspace and the increasing popularity of cloud-computing solutions, it should come as no surprise, say commentators, that online privacy and security issues are coming to the fore in Asia.

Lessons from Japan's first Eco-Town Project

Friday, October 1st, 2010

Kitakyushu is a 485-square kilometer city in the south of Japan with a population of under 1 million. The city is located in the northern part of the region of Kyushu and is within Fukuoka Prefecture.

To this end, the United Nations Industrial Development Organization is to exemplify Kitakyushu and the success it has had, in order to help developing countries learn important lessons regarding environmental management.

The Future of Asia-Pacific MSS Marketing

Sunday, August 1st, 2010

Amidst the prevalent global network se¬curity threats, Asia Pacific Managed System Security rose to the occasion and emerged victorious in terms of growth and popularity. According to the article entitled “Escalating Security Threats Trigger Growth in the Asia Pacific Managed Security Services” posted on www.research¬, such success was due to the fact that more and more organizations cannot handle the complexity of running an efficiency of Security System Management.


3D TV: A New Japan-Korean Battleground

Sunday, August 1st, 2010

A new battleground has opened between Korean and Japanese technology companies to bring affordable 3DTV technologies and products to mainstream consumers.


European Retailer Carrefour Marches Ahead in China, Eyes Indian Market

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

The largest retailer in Europe is making waves in China and Latin America. Carrefour just recently announced, that this year’s first quarter showed a significant in¬crease in growth in both China and Latin America. The company is proud of the 34 percent market growth. Additionally, the website reported the opening of 16 hypermarkets, 22 supermarkets and 77 hard discount stores.


New Travel Buzzwords: Medical Tourism in Tamilnadu

Thursday, July 1st, 2010

One of the most important necessities that families and individuals across the globe prioritize above all is health and wellness. Careful consideration is given in getting sufficient healthcare for any medical, dental and other related needs that the individual or the family would need and most would prefer to get the best medical services available – as long as the costs fall within their allocated budget.


Leveraging IP Communications to Enhance Business

Tuesday, June 1st, 2010

Technological developments have such a powerful impact on society and have often been the catalysts for major global changes.


Entry of Volvo in the Luxury Market of China

Saturday, May 1st, 2010

The past several years have seen most of the Western world and other economies around the globe reeling from the onslaught of the economic crisis that gripped several governments – not to mention the economic downtrend experienced by several industries. The automotive industry proved to be no exception as major players in both mainstream and luxury car markets felt the stinging jabs wrought by this world crisis.

Impact of Nanotechnology on the Asia-Pacific Region

Monday, March 1st, 2010

The term nanotechnology conjures up something very small in size to be measured in the range of nanometers. It is the engineering of functional systems at the molecular scale, according to popular definitions given by experts in the field.

When the technology became popular two decades ago the aim was to build machines as small as possible or just a few nanometers wide. Scientists and engineers wanted to make motors, robot arms and even computers on a molecular scale. This was considered to be weird and only later did the technology gain some acceptance.

Customer Relationship Management In Asia

Monday, February 1st, 2010

Customer Relationship Management (CRM) is a process or methodology that gives businesses valuable insight into customer needs and behaviors. Based on this, businesses can design solutions for the development of stronger, long lasting relationships with customers.


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