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Sunday, November 21, 2004
Moscow moves to break up biggest oil producer
MOSCOW, NOV. 20. The Russian Government has announced plans to auction off the main production unit of the country's biggest private oil company in what appears to be a move towards bringing the oil sector under Government control. The Federal ...
FoodCert: One-stop shop for certification
HYDERABAD, NOV. 20. Soon all players in the food chain food processors, agriculture producers and retailers will have access to certification facilities under one roof, which means they can enter any of the European Union and the ...
Gems and jewellery exports up
MUMBAI, NOV. 20. The gems and jewellery sector, led by the jewellery segment, has done well on the export front in the seven-month period April-October 2004. Total exports of the sector during the period are $8.1 billion against $6.05 billion in ...
Premji praises Buddhadeb for reviving investor interest
KOLKATA, NOV. 20. China is better than India in negotiating at global fora or when dealing with multinational corporations for technology transfer, according to Wipro Chairman, Azim Premji. Addressing an interactive meet organised by the ...
Gold prices zoom
NEW DELHI, NOV. 20.Gold prices rose on the bullion market here today on revival of buying, triggered by a firm trend overseas, to record a gain of Rs. 65 at a record Rs. 6,655 per ten gram.
Forex kitty vaults by $1.31 billion
MUMBAI, NOV. 20. India's foreign exchange reserves rose further by $1.31 billion to cross $123 billion during the week ended November 12 due to huge overseas investment in stock market and trade inflows. Foreign exchange reserves for the week ...
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