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Sanden Vikas (India) Ltd

Plot No. 65, Sector 27-a
Faridabad  121003
India
tel: +91 91-129-2279001
fax: +91 91-129-2273501

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Air Conditioning (AC) Equipment , Air Conditioning (AC) Systems available from Sanden Vikas (India) Ltd based in Faridabad India. Click the links below to visit our website or contact us via our profile page.*

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Feeling Perplexed about the Economy? Concentrate on Five Variables (Part 1)

as back-room services (e.g., data processing operations in India, etc.) – there will be cost savings as well. The bottom line is that the U.S. likely won’t have to worry about inflation any time soon. In Part 2, we’ll look at how the five interacting variables are playing out in Canada. U.S...

Feeling Perplexed about the Economy? Concentrate on Five Variables (Part 1)

services (e.g., data processing operations in India, etc.) – there will be cost savings as well. The bottom line is that the U.S. likely won't have to worry about inflation any time soon. In Part 2, we'll look at how the five interacting variables are playing out in Canada. Feeling Perplexed about...

Construction Corner: Let’s change how we think about buildings

to strength, often with two or more projects under way at the same time. His latest is a garden factory, in India, which seems to bring together everything he's been writing and practicing. It's a motorcycle factory built for Hero Motocorp, which is one of world's largest motorcycle manufacturers...

Construction Corner: Time to change how we think of buildings

as a testbed for NASA's new technologies that can be applied to improve building performance in general. McDonough seems to go from strength to strength, often with two or more projects under way at the same time. His latest is a "garden factory," in India, which seems to bring together everything he's been...

Emerging markets to boom with construction activity

per cent of global economic output in 2025 at a value of US$15 trillion, compared to US$8.7 trillion in 2012. The big seven of 2025 will account for 72 per cent of expected growth. In descending order, they are China, the U.S., India, Indonesia, Russia, Canada and Mexico. "China is still number one...