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Penguin India & CNBC-TV18 present the Business Year book – 2006-07

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MUMBAI : India's leading publishing house Penguin and leading business news and analysis network CNBC-TV18 have come together to present the first ever Business Yearbook with comprehensive information on India - The Penguin - CNBC-TV18 Business Yearbook 2006-07, compiled and edited by Derek O Brien.

Speaking on the initiative, Ajay Chacko, Head – Marketing, CNBC-TV18 and CNBC Awaaz said, "The Penguin CNBC-TV18 Business Yearbook 2006-07 is a catalogue of valuable information by established names like Penguin and CNBC-TV18. The Yearbook provides valuable insights and facts and encapsulates all the milestones that made an impact on the economy during the year 2005-06. This first-of-its-kind yearbook is an essential guide for executives, consultants, students and examination candidates as it is a reference on Indian business and economy and incorporates the latest figures. Making this book truly special are the feature contributions on the progress of the Indian economy by leading industry stalwarts like Nobel Laureate Amartya Sen, former RBI Governor Bimal Jalan and many others"

Thomas Abraham, CEO and President Penguin Books India added, " The Penguin CNBC Yearbook 2006-07 is a vital extension to our reference list. Filling a gap in the market (it's the first ever business yearbook in India), the book produced in partnership with India's premier business channel, will be an invaluable addition to every business executive's shelf. The key to success today is information and never before has it been so compactly put together for the user. The book will be an annual feature with topical and thematic variations that will always ensure that India's business community now has a one stop shop for essential reference."

Some of the highlights of The Penguin CNBC-TV18 Business Yearbook 2006-07 are:

Business and Economy Timelines: A brief history of business from 7500 BC to the present.

The Year in Review: Day-by-day developments in the business world in 2005 and 2006.

Newsmakers: People from the business world who hit the headlines this year (2005-2006).

Indian Economy:A complete dossier on Indian business, economy, industry and investments, with the latest figures Highlights on key issues like the rise and fall and rise again of the Sensex, VAT, PSUs and FII In-depth review and current data on key sectors like agriculture, engineering, petroleum, electronics, IT and FMCG Comprehensive coverage of the state economies and the 2006 Union and Railway Budgets.

World Economies:Key info on the economies of the G8 countries, the EU, and major Asian, African and Gulf economies Plus profiles of the economies of all 193 nations in the world.

Organizations: Info on the IMF, the World Bank, UNDP, WTO, ILO, FAO, OECD etc.

Companies: Listings of major companies (both Indian and international) across industries.

Who's Who: Thumbnail sketches of the most prominent players in the business world today.

Career and featured Articles by Amartya Sen, Bimal Jalan, C.K. Prahalad, Gurcharan Das, Nirmalya Kumar, Seetha,Steven D. Levitt, Sumantra Ghoshal, Thomas Friedman, Tim Harford and many more.

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