MUMBAI: The $104-billion Tata Group , the standard-bearer for Indian industry on the global stage, would increasingly focus on growth at home where it had pioneered steel making, civil aviation, and luxury hospitality during the colonial era.Many of the Tata Group CEOs are now busy crafting strategies for home consumers as Tata Sons chairman N Chandrasekaran is concerned about missing the local growth story, top group officials close to the development told ET.
MUMBAI: Diageo Plc, the world’s largest liquor company, will hold back the remaining $35 million of the $75 million it had agreed to pay Vijay Mallya as part of a settlement, said two executives aware of the development. It will instead seek to recover dues from the absconding businessman, they added.These dues include $135 million that Diageo had given to Standard Chartered Bank as a conditional guarantee for the liabilities of Watson Ltd, a company affiliated with Mallya.
MUMBAI: One-time settlement of dues by defaulters may rise in the next few months as banks’ aggressive move to recover loans and the Reserve Bank of India’s push to make bankruptcy courts the central mechanism for recoveries could lead to some promoters losing their businesses.
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Selecting a term
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