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Proud owners flaunt new gadget; mobile operators announce various schemes

Customers to get interest on inoperative accounts
RBI bars banks from charging fee on activation of accounts

‘Cut steel prices if rates fall globally’
World demand has come down from infrastructure sector

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GE Healthcare, Gujarat government sign MoU
AHMEDABAD: GE Healthcare and Health and Family Welfare Department, Government of Gujarat, have announced the signing of a memorandum of understanding for advancement of medical technology in all the teaching hospitals and medical colleges of ...

German firm to invest euro 200 m in Phoenix Mills
MUMBAI: Real estate firm Phoenix Mills on Friday said MPC Synergy, a Germany-based private equity firm, will be investing up to 200 million euro (about Rs. 1,300 crore) in various special purpose vehicles of the group. The investment of up to ...

Wipro, Cargotec sign partnership agreement
BANGALORE: Wipro Infrastructure Engineering and Cargotec Corporation have entered in to a long-term partnership agreement for supply of hydraulic cylinders. As part of the agreement, Wipro will supply hydraulic cylinders to multiple facilities ...

ING Vysya launches priority banking service
CHENNAI: ING Vysya Bank has launched ING-Platina preferred banking services for its customers. According to a release, this is a priority banking service which bundles financial planning services, personalised banking and proactive service. ...

Infotech starts operations in Japan
HYDERABAD: Infotech Enterprises, global technology solutions provider, has launched its operations in Japan. Infotech has decided to focus on engineering services with its foray into the Japanese market and is conducting market research to ...

Tulsyan NEC signs MoU with Budhrani group
CHENNAI: Tulsyan NEC has signed a memorandum of understanding with Budhrani group of companies to set up a steel-making and rolling mill in Nigeria on a joint venture basis to manufacture long products. According to a release, the investment ...

Aptech ties up with Italian company
CHENNAI: Aptech has tied up with Italy’s Seven Rings International to train graduates in soft skills and corporate computing skill development. Under this agreement, Aptech would be the exclusive training delivery partner for ...

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