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Sunday, March 21, 2004
Study predicts 8 p.c. growth in textile exports
NEW DELHI, MARCH 20. A study by the international consultancy firm, McKinsey, on the prospects for textile exports following the total removal of quota restrictions by the end of the year has shown that India could be the second biggest winner ...
BoI to appeal against London HC order
MUMBAI, MARCH 20. Bank of India Chairman and Managing Director, M. Venugopalan, said the bank would appeal against the order of the London High Court which asked the bank to pay around Rs. 370 crores ($82 million) to the liquidators of Bank of ...
Rated NBFCs in good shape CRISIL
CHENNAI, MARCH 20.The improved interest spreads on the back of a fall in interest costs have resulted in a doubling of the core profitability of non-banking finance companies in two years. The core profitability, as measured by the net ...
Increased Russian enquiries for Indian tea
KOLKATA, MARCH 20. The tea industry is expecting an upturn in prices in 2004. Early indications suggest that a lower crop is expected. Last year, the tea crop was 31 million kg higher while exports dropped to 165 million kg from 198 million kg in ...
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