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Infosys eyes acquisitions in Europe, Japan in areas healthcare, public services - The Economic Times reports that Infosys, India's second-biggest software services exporter, is on the hunt for acquisitions in Europe and Japan in areas including healthcare and public services.
Biocon exits AxiCorp, sells stake to German promoters - The Hindu Business Line reports that Biocon Ltd will sell its entire 78 per cent stake in AxiCorp GmbH back to the promoters of the German distribution company.
BMW superbikes to sport 'made in India' gearboxes - Business Standard reports that Hero Motors has bagged a contract to become the sole international supplier of gearboxes for BMW’s motorcycles for both domestic and global markets
Dutch seek to salvage links in Tamil history – Mint reports that the embassy of the Netherlands in India is backing the documentation of former trade ports in Tamil Nadu and eyeing the restoration of structures such as the graveyard in Pulicat.
Tata Steel to invest 8 mn pounds in Scotland plant – according to the Economic Times
Tata Steel will invest 8 million pounds (Rs 58.86 crore) at its Clyderbridge plant in Scotland, part of its European operations, to double the output of high strength steel plate to 3,200 tonnes a week by 2012.
Essar group may list more businesses in London - The Economic Times reports that fter the successful float of Essar Energy in LSE last year, Indian conglomerate Essar group has said it may look at listing its other businesses in London.
India-EU FTA talks in crucial phase - The Times of India reports that negotiations between India and the European Union (EU) for a Free Trade Agreement (FTA) have entered a crucial phase and contours of the deal have started to emerge but there are still some issues which need to be resolved.