India Business Journal - January 2018

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India Business Journal (IBJ), one of the prominent business magazines in India, has made inroads into those segments of industry and economy that are integral, but often underplayed. IBJ moves away from the beaten track of unloading high volumes of cumbersome information onto weary readers. Instead it endeavours to be concise yet complete in its contents. The magazine attempts to unearth the ‘ratnas’ of Indian economy, brings to its readers important events and happenings both locally and globally and keeps them abreast with the ever-changing business world. 

India Business Journal was launched in 2005 and today it has positioned itself as a platform for the growth-oriented thinking among the dynamic players of corporate India. It has redefined editorial competence in India with a strong readership base comprising businessmen, entrepreneurs, top executives, various investment and trade promotion bodies, policy-makers, bureaucrats and a wide cross section of society across the country who subscribe to the ideology.... “The only constant is change”. 

India Business Journal covers a wide array of business information on the corporate sector both national and international, the public sector, the semi-organised sector, State reports, country reports, industry analysis, events and happenings, etc. The magazine provides invaluable information in order to broaden the readers’ perspective and also to aid them in their decision-making process. 

India Business Journal, the business publication from Mumbai, goes off the oft-beaten track to deliver a comprehensive business magazine, which is innovative, informative and refreshing. 

Cover Story- Indian Stock Exchanges - On Cloud Nine: Stock market scaled new highs in 2017 despite poor economic indicators and weak corporate earnings. But will the big bull run go on in 2018?
Special Report - Chhattisgarh - Raman Effect: Completing 14 years in office, Chhattisgarh Chief Minister Raman Singh transforms the State from the country's Rice Bowl to a robust growth engine.
Focus - Alang Shipyard's Changing Fortunes
Corporate Report - Amara Raja Batteries - Charging Ahead
Management Mantra - Karan Singh, CEO, Sunburn Global
International Business - WTO Meet - No Gains, No Losses For India
And other regular columns...