The government is set to bring out a new policy to spur domestic electronics production by March 2018 in a bid to boost its flagship ‘Make in India’ programme and curb the country’s trade deficit. “We have set a target of net zero imports in electronics by 2020, and the new policy will focus not only on ramping up domestic production, but also on making India an export hub,” a senior official at the Ministry of Electronics and IT (MeitY) told The Hindu.
HP India is betting on consumer and small and medium businesses (SMB) segments to accelerate growth in its personal computer and printing business. “India has always been kind of a shining star within the HP eco-system,” said Sumeer Chandra, managing director, HP Inc. India, told The Hindu. “We are the market leaders in personal computer and print, as per IDC. Our growth trajectory has been quite strong over the past 4-5 years. Our expectation is to accelerate this growth going forward,” he said.
Bathroom and lighting solutions provider Jaquar Group will invest about ₹100 crore to expand footprint overseas as it aims to garner about 18% of its revenues from these markets in the next 2-3 years. “We have been exporting small quantities up till now. Now, there is a conscious and focussed effort to expand our global business in a big way. This will be a big addition to our growth story,” Rajesh Mehra, director and promoter, Jaquar Group told The Hindu.
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