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Issue Description:Highlights of Business Today April 27, 2014: Keeping up with the election mood, your favourite business magazine comes up with a special cover package on Elections 2014. The package looks at how business and polls impact each other. As the country gets election fever, cash comes out of mattresses and turns into liquor, gifts, and food. But it is not bad for the health of the economy. Find out why in the story 'Economy vs Democracy'. The special election package also does a feature on five corporate bigwigs who have entered electoral politics and unveiled a well-crafted, high-voltage campaign. Panellists at Business Today's election debate set out the economic agenda for the next government. Raghuram Rajan is preparing to deal with concerns that may arise when a new government takes charge. Find out more on this in the story 'Bracing for Challenges'. Corporate India plans to make fresh investments after the general election, says the latest Business Today-C fore Business Confidence Survey. Read more about the survey in the story 'The Return of Optimism'. Consultancy firms thrive amid a wilting economy as more and more companies rush to them for all kinds of fixes. Read more on this in the story 'Ascent of the Advisor'. Field trials have been allowed again in India. But two decades after their global launch, GM crops remain controversial. The story 'Seeds of Doubt' takes a good look at this. For all this and more, subscribe to the latest edition of Business Today magazine.
Magazine Description:BUSINESS TODAY, is the largest-circulated business fortnightly in India. It is the best report of the business topography of the newly liberalised India. As the wave of change sweeps business, economy and society like never before, BUSINESS TODAY has ensured that its readers have all the necessary upgrades to challenge tomorrow. It takes its readers deeper to give a complete understanding of the world of business.
Ever since its inception in 1992, it has set one benchmark after another in business reporting. It was the first to do serious reporting on management theories. And then again, it is the first to bring a whole new genre of business journalism more upclose and more incisive. Today, BUSINESS TODAY commands the highest circulation and readership among all business magazines in India.
Name: Business TodayCategory:BusinessIssue(s) Available: 70Language: English