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Low lustre, high chrome: Why AIA Engineering is slowing down after a brisk run on the bourses

AIA Engineering has been a dominant player in the global grinding-mill market. However, some key financial ratios of the company have of late been showing signs of weakness at a time when its competitors are stepping on the gas.
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Market dominance comes in different sizes. People often look at an Asian Paints or a Pidilite Industries and get wowed. But today, let us talk about an engineering company that only discerning investors will be tracking. AIA Engineering is one of those companies that are a monopoly on their own. The company is the sole entity in a
about the current market scenario. But one thing is for sure: even though it is a niche player, in a world where technology is fast advancing, new entrants can potentially impact AIA Engineering’s overall business. ( The author is a Sebi-registered independent research analyst. He can be reached here .) ( Graphics by Sadhana Saxena)
Market dominance comes in different sizes. People often look at an Asian Paints or a Pidilite Industries and get wowed. But today, let us talk about an engineering company that only discerning investors will be tracking. AIA Engineering is one of those companies that are a monopoly on their own. The company is the sole entity in a about the current market scenario. But one thing is for sure: even though it is a niche player, in a world where technology is fast advancing, new entrants can potentially impact AIA Engineering’s overall business. ( The author is a Sebi-registered independent research analyst. He can be reached here .) ( Graphics by Sadhana Saxena)

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