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Sunday, February 08, 2004
Forex reserves up $761 m
MUMBAI, FEB. 7. India's foreign exchange reserves rose by a further $761 million to near the $105 billion mark for the week ended January 30. The reserves went up by $761 million at $104.998 billion in the period under review, according to the ...
Ashok Leyland starts exports to Iraq
MUMBAI, FEB. 7. The Hinduja group flagship company, Ashok Leyland, today shipped its first export consignment of 200 `Cargo 912' trucks to Iraq, out of a total of 3,322 vehicles, under the United Nation's `Iraq Reconstruction Project'. The ...
Lord Krishna Bank to market SBI MF products
KOCHI, FEB. 7. SBI Mutual Fund has announced a tie-up with Lord Krishna Bank for distributing its mutual fund products. The bank will be distributing mutual fund products through 103 branches across the country to its customers. The Managing ...
Companies back e-agri-extension to expand base
BANGALORE, FEB. 7. Recently, e-chaupal, a network of transaction-based e-kiosks started by ITC in 2000, got a Rs. 5.80 crore grant from the U.K. Government to sell insurance to villagers using the kiosks. A group company, Megatop Insurance ...
Rolls-Royce to source more components
CHENNAI, FEB. 7. Rolls-Royce Energy Systems India Private Limited, a wholly owned subsidiary of Rolls-Royce plc., plans to increase sourcing of components from India for its engines, according to its Executive Director, Premangshu ...
FFE Mineral to build non-recovery coke plants
CHENNAI, FEB. 7.FFE Minerals India Pvt. Ltd., a fully owned subsidiary of the F. L. Smidth Group of Denmark, has entered into an exclusive agreement with Sesa Kembla Coke Company for building non-recovery coke oven plants in India. Sesa Kembla ...
Pharmaexcil to be located in Hyderabad
HYDERABAD: The proposed Pharmaceutical Export Promotion Council (PHARMAEXCIL) is to be headquartered in Hyderabad. This was disclosed by Venkat Jasti, President of Bulk Drug Manufacturers Association (BDMA), in his inaugural address at the ...
Wind River's new platforms
CHENNAI: Wind River Systems, a market leader in embedded software and services, has announced its next generation Wind River Platform for Industrial Automation 2.0 (Platform IA) and Wind River Platform for Industrial Devices 2.0 (Platform ID). ...
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