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Sunday, June 12, 2005
SIDBI to float rating agency for SMEs
Dun &Bradstreet and CIBIL to be partners
Infosys to become $2 b co
BANGALORE: Infosys Technologies is on course to become a $2 billion company in fiscal 2006, its Chairman, N. R. Narayana Murthy, said here on Saturday. Tracing the growth of the company from a band of seven in 1981 to over 36,750 Infoscions and ...
Tata Tea to merge subsidiary
KOLKATA: Tata Tea is planning to merge its Kochi-based subsidiary with itself, Percy Siganporia, Managing Director, said. Talking to The Hindu , he said the merger, approved by the board, would be effective from April this year, subject ...
Ranks of India's wealthy swell
Economic growth and market capitalisation were the key drivers
Forex reserves dip $1.16 b
MUMBAI: Hit by the revaluation of international currencies, India's foreign exchange reserves dipped by a steep $1.16 billion for the week ended June 3 at $138.661 billion, according to the Reserve Bank of India's weekly statistical supplement ...
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