Consumer Defensive

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07.Dec.21 9:56 AM

Mother Sparsh aims to grow its business exponentially with investment from ITC

Mother Sparsh is aiming to grow its business exponentially over the next five years, as a result of the proposed investment by salt-to-cigarette conglomerate ITC Ltd. The company, which had an annual sales of Rs 15 crore in FY 2021, has set an ambitious target of reaching 200 million
07.Dec.21 9:56 AM

Nestle India approves PLI scheme for processing sector

Nestle India has approved its proposal for a production linked incentive PLI scheme for food processing sector under the category of processed fruits and vegetables, as part of the government's production linked initiative linked incentive PlI scheme.
07.Dec.21 1:30 AM

Businesses optimistic about China despite restrictions, says survey

The British Chamber of Commerce in Beijing said that the country's tight restrictions on international travel are the top concern for British firms, but they are more optimistic than last year because of inconsistent travel and visa policies.
06.Dec.21 1:31 PM

NABE sees annual inflation to remain above 2%

The National Association for Business Economics predicts that annual inflation will remain above 2% over the next three years due to rising wages and strong demand for goods and services.
06.Dec.21 9:49 AM

Anheuser-Busch InBev targets core profit growth

The core profit growth target for the world's largest brewery was set by Anheuser-Busch InBev on Monday, according to a new leadership of BRUSSELS, from 4% to 8% over the medium term.
05.Dec.21 9:51 PM

Hershey launches fake university for peanut butter-loving fans

The Hershey Company has found a new way to interact with its Peanut Butter Cup fan base.
05.Dec.21 6:53 PM

Financial Times ranking: top European MBA and MiM degrees ranked

As social, governance and environmental standards become more important criteria for business schools to be judged, the Financial Times s ranking team examined how European institutions are faring compared to their global rivals, as well as how students are funding their degrees, alumni seniority and favoured sectors of employment.