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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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The U.S. Economy is Sitting Pretty

. Almost overnight, the number of cell phones per capita in Nigeria has caught up with and surpassed most other nations. And in film production, “Nollywood” (Nigeria’s film industry) is second only to India’s Bollywood in number of movies being produced outside the Hollywood orbit. (You can catch...

The U.S. Economy is Sitting Pretty

. Almost overnight, the number of cell phones per capita in Nigeria has caught up with and surpassed most other nations. And in film production, “Nollywood” (Nigeria’s film industry) is second only to India’s Bollywood in number of movies being produced outside the Hollywood orbit. (You can catch...

BLOG: Mark Milke on Asian markets, Proposed Energy Projects and Native Land Claim issues at CanaData West

experienced steady growth since the 1950s, but Hong Kong has rocketed upwards, and China and India have both improved dramatically. But, there is still dramatic potential in China, particularly for the construction industry, he said. What matters if you want growth, Milke said, is that rule of law...

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...

Industry Perspectives: U.S. economic bounce back good for Canada: Jestin

– though still in the fast lane – India hopefully accelerating and Brazil trying to get out of low gear. From a Canadian perspective, the revival of U.S consumer spending on big-ticket items, like cars and housing, has been good news for exporters, particularly with the loonie swooning towards 90 cents (US...