News Analysis - Indo-Germany Relations

  • Heidelberg in Gujarat (March 19, 2007)
    World's fourth largest cement maker, German company Heidelberg Cement said that it is planning a two million ton cement plant in Gujarat to augment the 3.5 million tons it already produces in India.<More>

  • India No. 2 Investor in Bavaria (March 12, 2007)
    According to foreign trade and location marketing of German state of Bavaria Thies Claussen, India may soon assume the second largest foreign investor in the state known for technology and industry.<More>

  • Suzlon Buys REpower for €1.02B (March 12, 2007)
    World's fifth largest wind turbine marker Suzlon Energy outbid French Areva offer by 20 per cent to buy Germany-based REpower Systems on an all-cash deal worth €1.02 billion along with Portugal's largest builder Mota Engil.<More>

  • BMW from Chennai by March (March 12, 2007)
    BMW India announced plans to roll out its first car (BMW 320ia) from the Chennai manufacturing hub by the end of March and also disclosed plans to manufacture the 5 series from India.<More>

  • India, EU Exploring CECA (August 30, 2006)
    India and the EU have set up a high level group to study possibilities of a Comprehensive Economic Cooperation Agreement (CECA) that would cover trade in goods, services, and investments and submit a proposal during the Helsinki summit in Octobe<More>

  • Germany Seeks Market Access (April 27, 2006)
    Prime Minister Manmohan Singh asked German Chancellor Angela Merkel to bring in more investments in infrastructure, manufacturing, and high technology while his interlocutor asked India to shed protectionism and open markets further.<More>

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