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In the 1950s and 1960s, Japan was seen as a low-wage manufacturer of inferior and cheap products. However, the Japanese were driven by intense patriotism to claim for themselves the position of an industrial power. The Japanese consumers were saving a lot, the loyal Japanese workers were putting in 60 hours or more per week and the Japanese companies were improving their management and...
Tarika Vaswani profiles IHDUA, which ensures literacy and education by empowering women
International Literacy Day is celebrated on 8th September to recognise that the basic learning needs of people of all ages should be met in every country. It’s an opportunity for us to remember that 774 million people in the world lack minimum literacy. Unfortunately, India falls below the threshold...
With the market headed for a fresh downturn, we are pruning our A list but adding two new ones.
Among the A grade stocks in our medium-term list, KS Oils performed the best last fortnight with a 9% rise. It has reported superb results for the June quarter, with an increase of 67% and 91% in operating profit and sales, respectively. The company is taking steps to power its entire...