NEW DELHI, January 20 – BUSINESS STANDARD – General Motors Co reclaimed its title as the world's top selling automaker for the first time since 2007, after sales of more than 9 million vehicles globally in 2011. In 2011, Toyota's sales were hurt by severe production cuts following an earthquake, tsunami and nuclear crisis in Japan as well as severe flooding in Thailand. That places Toyota in the No. 3 slot in 2011 worldwide sales, just behind Volkswagen AG, which sold 8.16 million vehicles last year. – BUSINESS STANDARD – US-based coffee giant Starbucks is fine tuning its plans to set up stores in the country in partnership with Tata Coffee. The two parties are likely to announce the blueprint by the end of this month. The Indian market can absorb up to 5,500 outlets, a reason why global coffee chains want to set up base here. Starbucks’ arch-rival in the US, Dunkin’ Donuts, will launch operations in India in tie-up with Jubilant Foodworks. NASDAQ - listed Starbucks serves coffee, baked products and other food items at over 17,000 retail stores in over 55 countries. – BUSINESS STANDARD – Growing number of Internet and broadband connections can give the Indian economy the much-needed fillip by adding $ 17 billion to the gross domestic product (GDP) annually. According to a report “India: The Impact of Internet “, a 10 per cent increase in internet penetration can increase the GDP by 1.08 per cent. This will help the country add $17 billion annually. The Department of Information Technology expects to add 175 million broadband users by 2014, which will result in 700 million Internet users. India has over 100 million internet users and the number of broadband users according to the latest data is just over 13 million. – BUSINESS STANDARD – Airtel, India’s largest mobile phone operator has recently tied-up with Religare Technologies, a company controlled by promoters of the Fortis hospital chain, to offer healthcare solutions and guidance over telephone. Airtel is not the first to introduce a mobile health scheme in the country, a recent trend. – FINANCIAL EXPRESS – India has been ranked the sixth most "innovative" country in the world in multinational conglomerate GE's Annual Global Innovation Barometer, driven by financial support from public authorities and long-term support from investors. The report is based on a survey of 2,800 senior business executives in 22 countries, including 200 respondents in India.