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India takes up Mittal bid with EU
`National treatment not meted out to investment'

IT, ITeS exports set to cross Rs. 100,000 cr. in 2005-06
Convert demographic surplus into economic strength: Nasscom

Reliance Petroleum raises $1.5b
MUMBAI: Reliance Petroleum Ltd, a part of Mukesh Ambani-controlled Reliance Industries Ltd, has raised $1.5 billion from various financial institutions to part finance its $6 billion Jamnagar refinery project. The company had mandated 14 major ...

Tata group, State Bank launch credit card
Initially the card will be available across six cities

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Edible oil base import price raised
NEW DELHI: The Central Government on Wednesday revised upwards the base import price for soyabean and palm oils in tune with the global price level. The base import price or tariff value for soyabean oil has been raised to $501 from $484 a tonne ...

India, Italy sign new air services pact
NEW DELHI: India and Italy on Wednesday signed a new air services agreement providing for additional flight frequencies and points of call. Both sides agreed to make Kolkata an additional point of call for designated airlines of Italy. On top of ...

Dabhol project to restart from May 15
NEW DELHI: The Union Government will restart the 740 MW, Phase I of Dabhol Power Project from May 15, Power Secretary, R. V. Shahi, said on Wednesday. "We would run the plant on naphtha to meet the peak hour requirement," he told ...

HPCL to raise $200 m through ECBs
MUMBAI: Hindustan Petroleum Corporation Ltd (HPCL) said on Wednesday that it would raise $200 million through external commercial borrowings in Japanese yen. The duration of the loan is five years, the company informed the BSE. ...

SBI to decide on lending rates soon
MUMBAI: State Bank of India would take a decision on lending rates ``very shortly'' to ease the pressure on liquidity in the banking system, SBI Chairman, A. K. Purwar, said here. ...

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