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Notebooks drive personal computer sales
Samsung launches seven printer models
BANGALORE: Samsung has identified its printer business as one of its “key growth engines” in 2008. The company has launched seven new printer models, including the Laser Printer- ML 2245, which has been specifically developed for ...
Dr. Reddy’s Lab partners Albermale
HYDERABAD: Dr. Reddy’s Laboratories has signed a global distribution agreement for Ibuprofen API (active pharmaceutical ingredient) with Albemarle Corporation, a Louisiana-based (U.S.) specialty chemicals company. The agreement would ...
Paris favours high-rises
PARIS: The Paris City Council on Tuesday moved to scrap a 30-year-old ban on high-rise buildings inside the city walls. The decision could spell a revolution for the French capital’s skyline. The Socialist Mayor of Paris, Bertrand ...
ICRI Health signs MoU with AHA
NEW DELHI: The heathcare division of Institute of Clinical Research India, ICRI Health, has entered into a memorandum of understanding (MoU) with medical training provider Academy of Hospital Administration ((AHA) to conduct hospital ...
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