ZNet Technologies Wins The Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific Award For 2010

Munesh JadounZNet Technologies is one of India’s fastest growing web hosting companies. Recently, ZNet advanced to a great position in Asia by winning the Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific award for 2010. The Technology Fast 500 Asia pre-eminent technology awards program is a rating of Asia’s 500 fastest-growing technology companies rated by percentage of revenue growth during the last three years. This is the 9th year of the Technology Fast 500 program. The program, including the accompanying CEO Survey analysis finds the best companies and most important trends in the Technology, Media & Telecommunications (TMT) industry.

Munesh Jadoun, CEO ZNet Technologies, said that “ZNet has reached a remarkable position in Asia by winning this prestigious Deloitte Technology Fast 500 Asia Pacific 2010 Award after winning Fast 50 India 2010 Award. I am happy to see ZNet growing in not only the number of customers but also in terms of awards & appreciations. I found myself blessed with such a strong team that helps ZNet in achieving heights.”

ZNet is now on the way to becoming a global company through its new project znetsupport.com. ZNetSupport offers a 24×7 Server, Technical & Sales Support for clients trying to reach employee quality workers.

After Sealing Ssangyong Deal, M&M To Expand Business In The US

Indian auto manufacturer, Mahindra and Mahindra (M&M), intends to expand its automobile marketing in the US after completing the acquisition of a majority stake in the South Korean car company Ssangyong, according to a company official.

“We have made an agreement with Ssangyong Motor to purchase a majority share in the South Korean SUV-manufacturer to expand our business in international markets. We hope to enter the US market, after the (Ssangyong) deal is complete,” said a senior officer in the Finance and Strategic Development Department of M&M.

There are a few points which have yet to be resolved and the deal is expected to be sealed by early 2011.

Coal India Is Gold India

Today, the Indian government advised investors to remain with Coal India Ltd to multiply their fortunes. The government compared the strengths of the company with gold, which is one of the best long-term investments to create wealth.

“Coal India is actually Gold  for the investor community, remain with it,” Coal Minister Sriprakash Jaiswal said , after witnessing a 43 per cent rise in the company’s shares within 2 days of its debut on the stock exchanges.

The world’s largest coal producer, Coal India Ltd (CIL), made an impressive start on the stock exchanges. It ended the week up 43 per cent at Rs 349.65 a share on the Bombay Stock Exchange in contrast to the issue price of Rs 245 a share.

Analysts are upbeat on the future of coal India LTD and are raising their closing price estimates for the end of each successive trading session.

Indian Retail Remains Elusive to Investors

Although there has been increased interest for retailers to enter the Indian markets, retail in India has remained in it infancy.  One example is food distribution.  This is done through small “Kirana Stores” or “public distribution shops.” Supermarkets or shopping centers, even according to Western patterns exist in India only in recent years. This has resulted in a  highly restricted focus distribution shops.” on consumer needs, thus creating a problem for large scale foreign investments to spur growth.

Now despite a slow start, there is a modern Indian retail sector beginning to emerge.  In 2006  although the industry went through a tremendous change  foreign companies still did business in Cash & Carry up to 100 percent and single-brand stores up to 51 percent. In contrast, foreign investors continued operation of multi-brand stores, such as department store chains or supermarkets in a limited sense.

It was therefore all the more surprising that the Indian Ministry announced for Industry and Commerce in the summer of 2010, to allow foreign retailers in the foreseeable future investments up to an investment limit of 49 percent in multi-brand trade. The government, combined with this step is incorporating  involvement of external providers in order to modernize an inefficient trade system as well as the general infrastructure. However, with such a step only the legal barriers to entry are reduced. Foreign retailers will continue to have to deal with the fact that it is unclear whether India’s new retail formats, such as large supermarkets and discount stores, will come on board at all.

High Price Attracts Hedge Funds

KazatompromUranium is currently trading at prices not seen for months, and appeals to speculative investors like hedge funds to get started. As the U.S. consulting company Ux Consulting tells in her latest monthly report, yellow cake listed for immediate delivery was the third consecutive week at more than 48 dollars per pound (454 grams). Compared to the low of March 2010 is a price increase of 19 percent.

Given the low interest rate environment, professional investors speculate on the search for yield except with classics such as stocks , bonds and gold, more with exotic plants. Therefore flow for months billion in agricultural commodities and push up prices there to the highest levels in years.

Even six years ago hedge fund registration on the uranium market was active , as prices increased for the radioactive element into the flight over went and to the end of 2006 by more than five times . In 2007 it doubled the price again and in June of this year a record high reached of 136 dollars a pound .

The price rise had accelerated at the time, after governments put around the world to nuclear energy in the hope of reducing their dependence on fossil fuels and reduce emissions. In May of this year, said the uranium sector of the mining group Rio Tinto with the increasing use of nuclear power in India and China will see to it that the demand for fuel will remain strong.

According to UXC CEO Jeff Combs , the main difference to the situation in 2004 is that today more uranium is on the market. In Kazakhstan , where the world’s most of uranium promoted to the ejection 2003-2009 more has than quadrupled , as demonstrated by figures from the World Nuclear Association. They also show that the flow in the second- largest producer, Canada has hardly changed since 2003 . The Kazakh government mining company Kazatomprom plans to expand 2010 production by 29 percent to 18 000 tonnes, by 2016 it will even increase to 25 000 tonnes.

Deloitte Grows in Asia

Revenues in Asia Pacific grew 9 percent, making it the region with the fastest growth for the sixth consecutive year. Korea and India are part of the member firms that have grown over 20 percent. Deloitte China has grown by 8 percent. The market share of the Fortune Global 500 rose 2 percentage points in the Asia-Pacific. The Deloitte member firms have also contributed to the achievement of some of the largest IPO on the markets.

Evolvence Capital in Dubai Invests in India

Khaled al Muhairi Evolvence CapitalEvolvence Capital investment fund in Dubai, competent in the field of alternative investments announced its intention to invest from a pool of  400 million U.S. dollars equivalent to one billion and 472 million dirhams from Complex Companies and institutional investors and high net worth individuals around the world.

Khaled al- Muhairi , CEO of Evolvence Capital, told reporters on July 21st, in Dubai that the Indian economy has shown remarkable resilience in coping with the repercussions of the global financial crisis , as it has maintained a record growth rate of 2.7 per cent during the current fiscal year 2010.

Khaled al- Muhairi explained that this growth is based on a broad base of potential and long-term fundamentals in the private equity sector in India, which represents an important market for Evolvence Capital through effective investments since 2004 .

Khaled al- Muhairi and that Evolvence Capital is to provide exceptional return on investments for its clients by identifying attractive investment opportunities in India, where Evolvence Capital Fund will focus on new categories of growth in the market for medium-sized companies needing to increase their capital to expand their work.

Oman Investment Fund – Indian capital of 1.5 billion dollars

OmanMinister of National Economy and Deputy Chairman of the Financial Affairs and Energy Resources Ahmed bin Abdul Nabi Makki tomorrow ‘s visit to India to sign the final agreement with the Indian Oman Investment Fund – worth 5.1 billion dollars.

An official source in Oman to Kuwait News Agency (KUNA) , who preferred anonymity said that the Fund will provide support for bilateral trade and joint investment between the two countries , pointing out that the agreement would help both countries to ensure the financing of a number of projects.

He added that the Sultanate will be the first Gulf country to sign a joint investment fund agreement with India and will have a significant economic Mrod between the two countries during the coming years.

The agreement was reached during the visit of Indian Prime Minister of the Sultanate in 2008 where they signed a memorandum of understanding between the two countries to be an initial capital fund of 100 million dollars.

The Fund would be managed by the Reserve Fund of the Sultanate is the investment arm of the Sultanate and the Bank ( State of India).

India is one of the top trading partners of the Sultanate , where the volume of trade exchange between them 5.2 billion dollars

Nifty climbed at 5312 , Sensex up 167 points

Indian stock market’s key index was down today and closed with gains after some downs . Nifty crossed the psychological level of 5,300 . FMCG , oil – gas and auto sector stocks most shopping trend .

Sensex 167 points ie 0.95 % on 17 701 ‘s with the strength . 1:07 % ie Nifty 56 points to 5312 with the increasingly close. NSE CNX Midcap index of the medium is the weakness of 0.77 % . BSE Midcap Index 0.46 % and 0.44% at BSE Smulcape getting stronger .

Negative signals from Asian stock markets among the major indices of Indian stock market this morning began within minutes of the opening the Sensex market and Nifty. The latter slipped to 5210 . However, before business hours Sensex – Nifty recovered from their early fall to get into the green. Then in the early hours Sensex – Nifty went up a limited scope – then down .