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Monday, January 03, 2005
The fallout of Patents Ordinance
The contentious issues such as imports not being considered equivalent to working of the patent could be a matter to be taken up with the TRIPS Council, says M. D. Nair.
Consumer loans have a price tag
The flip side to the surge in consumer loans should not be ignored.
Economy on new growth path
With oil imports likely to be less costly in the remaining four months and continuing growth in software exports, it is estimated that there will again be a current account surplus notwithstanding the deficit in the first half.
WEEK IN FINANCIAL MARKETS
Bourses end year with optimism
BOURSES closed the year 2004 on a highly positive note with stocks registering handsome gains last week ignoring the havoc caused by the tsunami in the southern states of India. All round buying resulted in the Sensex (the benchmark index of the ...
Contributions for tsunami relief: tax rebate
QUESTION: To help our employees contribute towards the tsunami rescue activity, we intend to open a separate bank account, which will be used to channelise all our employees' contributions. The consolidated balance in this account will ...
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