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Business Maharajas (बिझीनेस महाराजे)

From Jagat Seth to the Birlas. The last one was opened barely a couple of hours before the government announced the changed policy.

Hire good people, treat them well and delegate responsibility. Jamna had chosen Kokila for Dhirubhai and her judgement turned out to be faultless. Before his tragic death at an early age, Aditya Birla had established himself as the world’s leading producer of viscose staple fibre and palm oil, the third largest producer of insulators and the sixth largest of carbon black.

If he built such-and-such factory, added a division here and a unit there, ten years down the road, Reliance could become a Rs 80bn company. Socialist India has harassed businesses time and again and continues to do so even after liberalization. And it was a fluke that a slight connection with John Guthrie led to Khaitan’s acquisition of McLeod Russell, a purchase which overnight made him India’s leading tea producer.


Ambani’s need for the latter lessened as the government reduced restrictions on local companies.

Gradually we got the other people. A few years earlier, he had got a dull black Cadillac with dark tinted windows.

The import entitlements that we were permitted against exports enabled us to import the most sophisticated and latest technology from abroad.

He pushed aside his mounting business problems. Outwardly, Ambani appeared bisiness by these allegations. Selling the idea is the most important thing, and for that I’ll meet anybody in the government.

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No,” he was fond of declaring. I wanted to start earning as quickly as possible.

Inevitably the corporate culture of the companies they head is grounded in these tenets and reflects the personalities of their chiefs. W took planeloads [of fabrics] to Zambia, Uganda and even Saud Arabia. According to Anil, his father’s reading habits don’t include management texts. Ajay Arora maharajxs it it was amazing Dec 10, The most tragic feature of the License—Quota—Permit raj of the socialist era of post-independence India was the blatant intervention of the government in business.

The next year’s budget removed the ini mum tax. License Raj and Congress are the culprits of destroying this country down to its roots. Just a moment while we sign you in to your Goodreads account. Often referred to as the Manchesters of India, Bombay and Ahmedabad have grown rich on cotton textiles. After that interview, Dhirubhai turned reclusive. At the time, people whispered he would never be able to walk again.


I don’t see piamal any biography can be objective. The previous year, it was the only Indian entrant in Business Week’s list of the fifty largest companies headquartered in developing countries. They know What is happening in every single corridor of the government ministries. It was until then the biggest issue.

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To place the magnitude of Reliance’s issue in context, it is worth remembering that inthe BSE raised Rs 1. After printing and other processing, tt fabric-generally unbranded-is sold to the wholesale trad, which has financed the whole operation. Buy the selected items together This item: Looking them straight in the eye, Dhirubhai lashed out: It’s hard being a Tara. RP was forced to swallow his pride and return— which made the acquisition all the sweeter when it came through in He didn’t look down on consumers or take them for granted.

All he needed was the whiff of a business opportunity and he was off to book the orders. These men businesw a book to themselves, a book which doesn’t look both at the past and the future as ubsiness this one. To some, he became a symbol of all that is wrong in the Indian economy.