9781422147627

India's Global Powerhouses : How They Are Taking on the World

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  • ISBN13:

    9781422147627

  • ISBN10:

    1422147622

  • Format: Hardcover
  • Copyright: 2009-03-03
  • Publisher: Perseus Distribution Services
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Summary

When the Indian auto manufacturer Tata Motors bought the iconic Jaguar and Land Rover brands - complementing the Nano, its own innovative $2,500 car - it opened up a new chapter in India's economic story. In the coming years, such Indian multinationals as Bharat Forge, Hindalco, Infosys, Mahindra, and Suzlon will increasingly be making acquisitions and building their brands in Western markets.

Table of Contents

Acknowledgements
Introduction
Rich owners, poor companies
Indian Business 1947-1991
Becoming globally competitive
Corporate Restructuring 1991-2001
Unleashed
How Indian companies are taking on the world
ArcelorMittal
Consolidating the globally fragmented steel industry
Infosys
Born global to exploit the skilled workforce advantage
Bharat Forge
Bringing technology and speed to the world forging market
Essel Propack
Following a global customer across the world
Hindalco
Globalizing through a transformational merger with Novelis
Mahindra & Mahindra
Leveraging IndiaG++s size for global scale in tractors
Godrej, HiDesign, United Breweries & VIP
Seeking global consumer brands
Suzlon
Conceiving the global wind energy industry
Tata Group
Driving for multi-industry global leadership
Dual Identity
Indians as customers, competitors, and collaborators Conclusion: Future challenges for Indian Multinationals
Notes
Index
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