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Friday, June 18, 2004
Rising input costs hit steel, cement units
MUMBAI, JUNE 17.The Government's `double-whammy' announcement on Tuesday hiking prices of coal and fuel is likely to hit industry adversely. While on one hand, manufacturing companies using coal as input will be hit, on the other, all activities ...
Government hints at policies to boost GDP growth
NEW DELHI, JUNE 17.The United Progressive Alliance Government in its first budget, to be presented on July 8, is likely to provide thrust to policies to promote growth, investment and employment generation. Giving a broad hint in this regard, ...
EIL, Bharti and Changi to bid for development of airports
NEW DELHI, JUNE 17.The State-owned Engineers India Ltd. is planning more forays into airport development. It is gearing itself to join forces with Sunil Mittal promoted Bharti Enterprises and Changi Airport of Singapore to bid for development of ...
ICMF seeks level playing field
NEW DELHI, JUNE 17.The Indian Cotton Mills' Federation has urged the Finance Minister, P. Chidambaram, to ensure a level playing field for different segments of the textile industry and provide for easier access to finance. In a pre-budget ...
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