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Bulgari CEO: we shouldn’t have left India so we’re back

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Bulgari should never have left India three years ago, so it’s coming back, the chief executive of the Italian luxury jewellery and accessories company said in an interview on Thursday. Jean-Christophe Babin was in New Delhi on Thursday to attend the opening of the company’s flagship store in India.

Bulgari first came to India in 2004. Earlier this year, the LVMH-owned company received approval to set up single-brand retail stores through a joint venture. With an ever-increasing number of shopping malls and the rising number of rich people, the growth outlook for India’s luxury brand market is positive. According to a survey, India’s luxury market is around $14 billion while the global luxury business stands more than $1.5 trillion. Experts say India is the fastest-growing market for luxury goods, expected to grow higher than China in the next four years.

Nov 20, 2014

Book Talk: Ten years on, Chetan Bhagat prepared to face critics

NEW DELHI (Reuters) – India’s biggest-selling author in English is often dismissed as persona non grata by literary critics, but that doesn’t faze Chetan Bhagat.

Ten years on as a professional writer, the banker-turned-author says he is better prepared to face criticism.

Nov 20, 2014

Book Talk: Ten years on, India’s Bhagat prepared to face critics

NEW DELHI, Nov 20 (Reuters) – India’s biggest-selling author
in English is often dismissed as persona non grata by literary
critics, but that doesn’t faze Chetan Bhagat.

Ten years on as a professional writer, the
banker-turned-author says he is better prepared to face
criticism.

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