09.07.2012 [Wall Street Journal Deutschland] - Von AMOLSHARMA und BOB DAVIS. Bild vergrößern. image. Schließen. image. Reuters. China kämpft immer noch mit den Folgen der geplatzten Immobilienblase. Das Wachstum der Weltwirtschaft hängt vor allem davon ab, wie sich die beiden
09.07.2012 [Wall Street Journal] - By AMOLSHARMA and BOB DAVIS. [image] Reuters. China has to be careful to avoid another property bubble. Above, new construction in Beijing. China and India are both dealing with economic slowdowns but are on completely different footings to tackle
03.07.2012 [Canada Free Press] - AmolSharma and Megha Bahree, The Wall Street Journal, 2 July 2012. Over the past few weeks, a passion play of a very modern kind has been acted out in the North Devon countryside – one that may have implications for each of the 44 dioceses in the
03.07.2012 [Wall Street Journal] - By AMOLSHARMA And SANTANU CHOUDHURY. NEW DELHI—India's auto industry was one of the high-profile success stories of the country's recent boom years, attracting auto makers from around the world eager to supply a fast-growing middle class.
13.06.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - By AmolSharma. Rajanish Kakade/Associated Press: A man walked past Indian Oil tankers in Mumbai, May 7. India is among seven countries the U.S. this week exempted from sanctions aimed at financial institutions in countries that import large quantities
02.07.2012 [Wall Street Journal (blog)] - Mukesh Gupta/Reuters: Laborers loaded coal on trucks, on the outskirts of Jammu, May 20, 2010. [This post accompanies a front-page article by WSJ reporters AmolSharma and Megha Bahree on India's energy crisis that ran in The Wall Street Journal today
03.04.2009 by Art Diamond Â AMOLSHARMA and DON CLARK. "Tech Guru Riles the Industry By Seeking Huge Patent Fees." The Wall Street Journal (Weds., SEPTEMBER 17, 2008): A1 & A21. (Note: ellipsis added.) "Nathan Myhrvold's message for tech firms: Pay up. ...