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The Indian Supreme Court’s decision to revoke 122 licenses granted to eight telecommunications companies as part of a $40 billion scam allegedly perpetrated by the country’s former telecom minister is spurring a wave of legal and managerial reactions..

The cancelation of 122 second-generation (2G) mobile licenses issued after January 2008 in India could see affected companies take legal action, industry sources said.

The decision by India’s Supreme Court in favor of Vodafone Group Plc, the world’s biggest mobile phone company, is a positive signal to foreign investors worried about tax and investment policies in the world’s second fastest growing major economy.

EU targets would help Indian companies enhance their R&D, sales and after sales capabilities. Indian large caps should move away from a service based model - which is becoming increasingly commoditized - and implement a strategy focused on products, said Bundeep Singh Rangar, Chairman at advisory firm Indus View

Any day now the Indian government will rule on Vedanta Resources plc's $9.6 billion acquisition of a controlling stake in Cairn India Ltd. A verdict could end months of uncertainty about a 10-month-old energy deal that has been closely followed by aspiring investors who are increasingly skittish about India's "regulatory growing pains," as one observer politely puts it.

In the United States, most experts are betting that the economy will grow stronger this year, but they warn that high unemployment, a depressed housing industry and other problems could dampen growth.

The government vowed action against companies that allegedly secured valuable telecom licenses at rock-bottom prices, while the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) built its case in a bribes-for-loans probe that a source said would be widened.

It’s been a long time coming, but it looks like LBOs are back on the menu. Private equity, having been sidelined since the financial crisis took hold in 2007, is finally putting its massive stores of cash to work..

In what could be one of the largest debt-raising exercises within a sector, telecom companies that win the third generation (3G) licences are expected to raise more than Rs 50,000 crore by way of debt in order to roll out their services.