Posted September 28, 2018 05:04:13The results are in.

Here are the results from the Startup India 2018 (SA2018) survey.

The survey included 5,000 Indian-origin entrepreneurs and 500 technology startups.

The companies with the highest number of employees from India, and the largest revenue share, were from India-based startups.

Here are the top 10 Indian-born companies in the Startup and R&d industries.

The top 10 were:Airbus Group, a European company, has 8,000 employees.

It is the fifth-largest airline in the world with an annual turnover of more than $6 billion.

It was founded in 1984 and has been one of the most important players in the global aerospace industry.

The company is currently building the world’s first low-cost passenger jet.

It will make its maiden flight later this year.

Billionaire investor Warren Buffett has invested $3 billion in the company.

Baidu, a Chinese search engine, has 1.7 million employees.

It is one of China’s most successful Internet search engines, with nearly 1.5 billion monthly searches.

The Beijing-based company was founded as an Internet search company in 1995.

It owns the largest number of search engines in the US and has an impressive portfolio of search products.IBM, one of Silicon Valley’s largest technology companies, has a $2 billion cash and short-term investments in about 60 Indian startups.

It has invested more than half a billion dollars in more than 40 Indian companies, according to the latest numbers from the American Institute of Management.IBMC said in a statement that it was investing in Indian startups for the same reasons as it invested in its American businesses.IBMW is also a major investor in Flipkart and Paytm.

Its investments include investments in Paytm, Paytm Paytm Payments, and PayTM e-commerce business.

The largest investment by a tech company in India came from Microsoft, with $1.3 billion.

Its Indian investments include the purchase of a 20% stake in Paypal, the acquisition of a 30% stake and the acquisition in Zendesk.

It recently completed its first round of funding in the form of an initial public offering (IPO) for its Paytm e-wallet service.

The government is also backing startups in India, investing in projects that focus on healthcare, e-governance and online education.

In September, the government announced a $10 billion fund to help small and medium-sized enterprises (SMEs) launch their businesses in India.

The fund is being managed by the National Startup Mission, a government initiative to help start-ups grow in the country.

In its 2018 State of the Indian Startup Report, Startup India said that the number of Indian-founded start-up companies has grown to more than 100,000 from about 70,000 in 2017.

This means that nearly 30,000 startups have been created, with an estimated $3.3 trillion of potential market capitalisation, it said.

The companies created in India in 2017 have grown by nearly 30% compared to the same period last year.

The number of companies with more than 10 employees is also rising.

The country has one of India’s largest number-of-employees-per-company ratios in the developed world.

The ratio of 1.0 in Singapore is the second-highest in the OECD.

India has a relatively high ratio of 0.8, followed by the US at 0.7.

India also has a large number of international companies.

In the 2017-18 fiscal, the country had 10 foreign companies with over 100 employees.

India’s number of foreign-owned companies grew by 9% compared with the previous year, with China coming in second place with a 14.7% increase.

The United States came in third with a 6.5% increase in the number.

In the past, India had a high number of start–ups.

In 2020, the number stood at 1.8 million, but this figure has been steadily decreasing since then.