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Monday, August 09, 2004
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Is there still room for softer interest rates?
A study of recent global economic developments suggests that concerns about interest rates going up, generally, may have been overdone, says T. B. Kapali
The big, noisy and underpowered
WELL, AS the caption suggests, that is how the diesel engine performed and looked just two decades back and in India it was a couple of degrees worse! Today the entire scenario has taken a 180-degree turn. Mercedes Benz has always pioneered the ...
Salem Steel at a crossroads
IS A Rs. 800-crore facility for rolling of stainless steel a `non-core' asset for a company which makes steel and which would realise a much higher unit price from a value-added product like finished stainless steel much in demand for both ...
Inflation, oil news upset sentiment
SOARING INTERNATIONAL oil prices and rising domestic inflation kept the bourses under check in the closing sessions last week. Equities witnessed value-based buying support and the benchmark finished with a six week winning streak. Buoyed by ...
Price band for petrol and diesel: a halfway house
Ultimately, it is a question of who bears the burden (of the oil shock) and in what proportion it is distributed. The sharing has to be done by the Government, the oil companies and the consumers.
Secure P2P file sharing tool
THIS WEEK's column features a secure Peer-to-Peer (P2P) file-sharing program that allows you to share files with any netizens you invite. Many neizens, in their daily life, use more than one computer at work, home and the like. In this ...
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