Articles

  • Energy Efficiency in Emerging Markets

    August 23, 2016 | Bain infographic

    Here is how governments in emerging economies can encourage energy efficiency, and how businesses can succeed in these markets.

  • Energy Efficiency Need Not Be a Distant Goal

    March 15, 2016 | Utilities & Alternative Energy | Gulf News

    Companies in energy, manufacturing, financial services and other industries stand to benefit from efforts to reduce energy consumption in the world’s fast-growing economies, provided they understand where the opportunities lie.

  • Energy Efficiency: Opportunities in Emerging Markets

    August 26, 2015 | Bain Brief

    Governments across emerging markets are working to improve energy efficiency and reduce domestic energy consumption. Even in states rich in oil and gas, policymakers are reducing subsidies and launching efficiency programs. Energy companies, manufacturers, financial service companies and others can

  • Energy Efficiency: Opportunities in Emerging Markets

    August 26, 2015 | Bain Brief

    Governments across emerging markets are working to improve energy efficiency and reduce domestic energy consumption. Even in states rich in oil and gas, policymakers are reducing subsidies and launching efficiency programs. Energy companies, manufacturers, financial service companies and others can

  • Innovation suppressants

    September 14, 2006 | Healthcare | The Economic Times

    Confronted by the government's plan to impose price controls on hundreds of medicines, Indian pharmaceutical producers recently chose instead to cap the profit margins they make on many commonly used drugs.

  • Putting private equity to work in India

    July 02, 2006 | Private Equity | The Economic Times

    Buyout firms that can exercise the disciplines of building ties and bet on the right human capital will reap the rewards of a market where east and west are meeting for mutual benefit. India beckons private-equity investors as a land of beguiling opportunity wrapped in mind-boggling complexity.

  • India's wake-up call in pharma

    June 18, 2006 | Healthcare | The Economic Times

    India's age-old rivalry with China has suddenly turned sharp in a cutting-edge industry - pharmaceuticals. Last month (May 26), global drug maker AstraZeneca unveiled plans to invest $100 million over the next three years in an 'innovation centre' in China.

  • Where will Indian drug companies be in five years? Everywhere - if they innovate

    March 22, 2006 | Healthcare | Bain Brief

    India's pharmaceutical industry has arrived at a cross roads. Well positioned compared with China as an arena for drug development and reliable, low cost manufacturing, India's pharma capabilities are strong and growing fast.