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Ordinance that Indian industry fears
The one weapon that many Indian borrowers will find loathsome is the power of a lender to put the borrower in prison for default in payment, says R.Viswanathan
Give up herd mentality UTI chief
THE UNIT Trust of India (UTI) has transferred the non-performing assets of four of its schemes to the just-launched in-house Asset Reconstruction Fund (ARF). These NPAs, worth several crores, were transferred to the ARF at a total consideration ...
FDI in tea sector
The apprehension that foreigners will grab substantial new lands for starting tea cultivation is misplaced. Large chunks of land are not available for tea expansion in the country. FDI could, therefore, flow into existing tea planting companies onl y and new cultivation ventures are unlikely.
The buyback phenomenon
THE PHENOMENON of buy-back of shares and de-listing from the stock exchanges by corporates which started as a trickle a couple of years back, has gathered momentum this year with a large number of multinational companies (MNCs) announcing their ...
SPAM MAIL, the junk or unsolicited mail that regularly fall into our mailboxes is a problem that afflicts most netizens. A few innovative tools/services that can be deployed to control this threat are discussed here.
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