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Monday, December 30, 2002
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A repeat performance
THE FINAL of the Kelkar task force on direct taxes is a virtual replay of its draft, with more justification for its earlier recommendations. The changes are too nominal and too thin to meet the criticism of earlier suggestions levelled by ...
Uncertainty dogs Nalco
Nalco has upgraded its processes during the recent expansion and one can say it is technologically more or less on a par with the world leaders.
India a password for outsourcing
NOTED INTERNATIONAL consultancy firms Forrester Research and McKinsey & Co have predicted that the global outsourcing business will grow rapidly during 2003. Indications are that a large number of companies in the U.S. will engage offshore ...
Coming up roses in a downcast year
Scandal rocked corporate suites and Washington offices, jobs evaporated, the U.S. economy muddled along and Europe and Latin America reeled. Rogues at companies like WorldCom and Enron were bad enough, but even superstar executives like Jack ...
Daunting exercise of mobilising resources
If there can be the postulated increase in proceeds under the disinvestment programme, an uncomfortable enlargement of the fiscal deficit can be avoided.
THIS WEEK, NetSpeak explores the DNS-based technology that helps identify the exact geographical location of a server on the Net. One of the problems of the Net world is lack of necessary tools that enable us to identify the geographical ...
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