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Monday, February 02, 2004
Agro industries: the lure of value addition
Agro industries help strengthen the farm sector and stabilise rural incomes
An auto extravaganza
EVERY ALTERNATE year in January Delhi becomes abuzz with excitement in the cold winter air raring to witness the glamorous show of sleek and stylish automobiles at what is claimed to be Asia's largest Auto Show the Auto Expo. This year ...
Electrical industry on growth path
AFTER BEING in the doldrums towards the end of the 1990s, the Indian electrical equipment industry is seeing a revival in the last couple of years with the growth rate averaging 7 per cent per annum. The next two years should see a double digit ...
New web navigation aids
THIS WEEK, NetSpeak takes a look at a few online services that have come up recently for providing the netizen a more personalised and efficient web navigation experience. While on the Net we hop from site to site, deeply immersed in the ...
Effective system to manage risk
At the initiative of central banks of G-10 countries, a group of 20 banks set up a separate institution called CLS Services Ltd. in London in 1997 which has worked out a system of settlement of cross currency transactions that would eliminate settlem ent risks, says M. R. Ramesh.
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