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Saturday, September 20, 2003
The momentum gained in the wake of the Maruti public offer is lost. The disinvestment agenda now resembles the insurance sector before its opening up.
Shell's Hazira terminal taking shape
HAZIRA, SEPT. 19.The world's third largest oil firm Royal/Dutch Shell today said its $600 million liquefied natural gas import and regasification terminal here will be commissioned in the second half of 2004 and hoped to make available gas at ...
CESC's debt restructuring exercise
KOLKATA, SEPT. 19.CESC will issue 33 million fresh shares to three promoting companies (Hiltop, Jubilee and Adeptunder) under RPG Enterprises at Rs. 49.7 per share as part of its corporate debt restructuring exercise. The exercise would be ...
ABP, Star Group form JV
MUMBAI, SEPT. 19. ABP Pvt. Ltd. and Star Group today announced the formation of a joint venture in Media Content and Communications Services India Pvt. Ltd. (MCCS), for broadcasting Star News. An agreement to this effect was signed between the ...
Erode SSI team to visit Sri Lanka
ERODE: Forty-three industrialists belonging to the Erode District Small Scale Industries Association are leaving for Sri Lanka on September 21 from Tiruchirappalli for their eight-day exhibition-cum-sale programme. The association arranged the ...
HM launches Ambassador Grand
COIMBATORE: Hindustan Motors shifted gears by launching the new variant "Ambassador Grand" here on Thursday. Targeted at bureaucrats and individual buyers, the Grand comes with contemporary technological features such as power steering, power ...
Chamber wants more concessions
COIMBATORE: The local chapter of the Indian Chamber of Commerce and Industry, while welcoming the New Industrial Policy announced by the State Government, has sought a few more concessions. The president of the chamber, A. V. Varadharajan, listed ...
Export awareness seminar
COIMBATORE: The National Centre for Trade Information (NCTI) and the GETIT Infomediary had jointly organised a two-day `export awareness seminar' here. According to the Executive Director of NCTI, Shyam S. Agrawal, the topics covered at the ...
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