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“It’s a risk and there’s no guarantee that it’ll work out. We’ll be alone for a while" —Mathias Doepfner, CEO, Axel Springer, Germany’s largest newspaper publisher, on introducing a paywall for its flagship national daily, Die Welt, by the end of this year   “I don’t think a person like Khurshid will do anything for an amount like Rs 71 lakh. If it would have been Rs 71 crore, even I would have been serious" —Beni Prasad Verma, union steel minister, on alleged misappropriation of funds by a trust run by union law minister Salman Khurshid

“I don’t think that IMF was aware of the fact that there was this little difference. They just took the GDP at market prices. There is a big difference between GDP at market price and GDP at factor cost" —Montek Singh Ahluwalia, deputy chairman, Planning Commission, differing with International Monetary Fund’s growth forecast of 4.9% for India in 2012   “Many retailers [are] putting down more space in the market; [but] few [are] seeing that translate into profitable growth" —Philip Clarke, CEO, Tesco, after its China sales declined in the second quarter

  “Our success in other markets doesn’t mean that we are entitled to success here" —Howard Schultz, CEO, Starbucks, on opening its first store in India  
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