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Saturday, March 17, 2007
Post-budget inflation moves up to 6.46 p.c.
Hyundai increases car prices
NEW DELHI: Hyundai Motor India Ltd on Friday increased the prices of all its car models by between Rs. 362 and Rs. 2,816 to off-set the increased in cess announced in the latest budget. However, the company's SUV Tuscon has been spared a price ...
Forex reserves dip $224 m
MUMBAI: India's foreign exchange reserves dipped by $224 million to $194.410 billion during the week ended March 9 from $194.634 billion in the previous week. ...
Choppy markets delay Maruti disinvestment
NEW DELHI: The Union Government has decided to go slow on the sale of its remaining 10.28 per cent holding in Maruti Udyog and to complete the process by next fiscal as stock markets remain uncertain, reports PTI, quoting soruces. ...
BILT to invest $1 b in Malaysian unit
SABAH (MALAYSIA): Ballarpur Industries plans to invest close to $1 billion over the next 7-8 years to expand its newly-acquired Malaysian firm Sabah Forests Industries Sdn Bhd. ...
SC issues notice to SEBI on Indo Gulf IPO
NEW DELHI: The Supreme Court on Friday issued notice to the Securities and Exchange Board of India and others on a plea by Integeral Finvest, seeking to restrain the market regulator from giving nod to Indo Gulf Industries' initial public offer ...
Taxreach.net launches website
CHENNAI: : Taxreach.net, a tax consultancy company, has launched a website, www.taxreach.net , to offer free tax consultancy, tax tools, tax calculators and affordable tax planning at the assessee's doorstep. Taxreach.net also takes care of ...
ICICI Bank and Subhiksha launch `Food Card'
CHENNAI: : ICICI Bank, in association with Subhiksha, a supermarket chain, has announced the launch of the `Food Card'. The Food Card will be a prepaid card, targeted as an alternative to meal allowances given to employees by companies. The card ...
LG launches star rated air conditioners
CHENNAI: LG Electronics has launched star rated air conditioners. Simultaneously the company has invested Rs. 5 crore in the installation of balanced ambient calorimeter at its Greater Noida facility. The company has already launched four-star ...
LSE listing for Subex GDRs
BANGALORE: : Subex Azure Ltd., a vendor of revenue maximisation solutions for telecom operators, announced the admission of its foreign currency convertible bonds (FCCBs) and global depository receipts (GDRs) representing equity shares of Rs. 10 ...
UCL to manufacture EHV cables
CHENNAI: Universal Cables is setting up a manufacturing base in the existing plant at Satna in Madhya Pradesh at a cost of Rs. 90 crore. According to a release, the company has entered into a technical collaboration agreement with Viscas ...
MSTC e-commerce sales set to rise
KOLKATA: MSTC Ltd., a grade I mini ratna company, has been awarded the `MoU excellence award' for 2004-05. MSTC, which has been long associated with scrap import, widened its basket of activities since 1992-93, when scrap was put under OGL. It ...
MCX launches magazine
NEW DELHI: MCX, at the third international conference on linking markets and farmers, has launched the first issue of `MCX India Commodity Market', a monthly magazine, which focuses on opportunities and benefits of the commodity market. Union ...
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