U.S. private equity firm Warburg Pincus has invested about $100 million in India's boAt, the consumer electronics firm said on Wednesday.
Following the success of the PLI scheme in attracting global smartphone makers set up facilities in India, the Modi government has launched an initiative to encourage chip making in the country. Executed properly, this could propel India past China in this critical segment of future-ready manufacturing.
From smartphones to TV panels, circuit boards to electric cars, the government has put into place targeted policies to enable industry to present itself as a viable alternative to China in the field of electronics.
The new Make in India tvs offer customers a fully immersive and engaging entertainment experience.
Through this collaboration, Panasonic India enables its offline retailers to sell the entire range of consumer electronic products online, thereby increasing their reach.
In this exclusive interview with ‘India Global Business’, Ravi Shankar Prasad, India's Minister for Communications, Electronics & Information Technology and Law & Justice...
The Narendra Modi government’s relentless efforts to boost domestic manufacturing and generate millions of new jobs in the country are slowly beginning to bear fruit. The Narendra Modi government’s Make in India initiative seems to be paying dividends. For the first time ever, domestic production of electronics exceeded imports. The domestic output of electronics in 2016-17 was $49.5 billion compared to $43 billion of imports. Electronics manufacturing is a major focus area of the Indian government and it has announced [...]
Sunil Misra, as Director-General of the Indian Electrical and Electronics Manufacturers Association (IEEMA), has an inside track on the country’s renewables challenge. He speaks to ‘India Investment Journal’ on what gives India an edge in this sector and how the 175GW target for renewable electricity generation by 2022 is on course. What are the main factors behind a surge in India's electrical industry sector? India has seen significant and continued growth in its GDP and per capita income. There has [...]
A relatively slow-moving solar market in India is showing some signs of promise. The Solar Energy Corporation of India (SECI) has announced a 1,000 MW tender in order to allocate rooftop solar projects on government buildings across the country. This is the largest ever rooftop solar tender announced in India till date. Riding on the success of a previous 500 MW rooftop solar tender announced in April 2016, SECI has now doubled the allocation size. This is a welcome move [...]