- GHCL to expand soda ash capacity. // FRPT- Chemical Snapshot;8/24/2015, p23
This article reports on the plan of GHCL Ltd. to invest 1,050-crore rupees for the expansion of its soda ash and textiles as well as spinning business that will tap wind power to reduce power cost.
- Are Chinese Companies Taking Over the World? Silk, Mitchell; Malish, Richard // Chicago Journal of International Law;Summer2006, Vol. 7 Issue 1, p105
This article argues that Chinese companies have been hampered domestically and internationally in spite of the beneficial conditions for expansion. Some of the systemic issues hampering Chinese companies' growth include bureaucratic red tape and corruption a lag in management and international...
- GHCL targets increase in market share to 33%. // Chemical Business;Jan2007, Vol. 21 Issue 1, p69
The article reports on the expectation of GHCL Ltd. to experience growth in its market share. Information on the share of the company in the soda ash market is presented and the investment made by the company to increase the capacity of its plant in Gujarat, India is reported. The article also...
- GHCL may spin off textile division. // Colourage;Sep2006, Vol. 53 Issue 9, p112
The article reports on the separation of the textile division of textiles and chemicals company GHCL Ltd. in India. According to the firm's chairperson Sanjay Dalmia, the spin-off is part of the company's restructuring plan. Dalmia added that the process was designed to improve shareholder value...
- GHCL plans for 50% share in UK textiles market. // Colourage;Aug2006, Vol. 53 Issue 8, p135
The article presents GHCL's plans to obtain 40 to 50 percent share of the Great Britain's home textile market next year by expanding in Europe and United States according to chairman Sanjay Dalmia. The company is integrating its business operations from the spinning to retail through the...
- Exemption proposals will backfire on plans for growth. Feast, Sean // Credit Management;Jul2011, p6
The article reports on the findings of a survey conducted by Graydon UK Ltd. that show that British government exemption proposals will make it harder for small and medium businesses (SMEs) to access trade credit and grow. It shows that 87% of respondents do not believe that the proposal reduces...
- I want to grow my firm abroad, but is this a gamble too far? Walsh, Brandan // Director;Jul/Aug2013, Vol. 66 Issue 10, p35
The article presents an answer to a query on factors to consider to help grow the business abroad.
- LIFE IN THE FAST LANE. // njbiz;8/30/2004 Supp George Taber, Vol. 17, p21
Introduces a series of articles on business growth.
- Huber Represented by US Affiliate. // International Labmate;Jan/Feb2015, Vol. 40 Issue 1, p22
The article focuses on the international expansion announced by Huber Kiltemaschinenbau into the U.S.