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Thursday, September 23, 2004
Suzuki, Government reach accord
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 22.In a quick resolution of a dispute over fresh investments, the Union Government and Suzuki Motor Corporation of Japan today agreed to give a major role to the joint venture, Maruti Udyog Limited, in new manufacturing projects. ...
'Mutual Will of Birlas irrevocable'
KOLKATA, SEPT. 22. Making a strong pitch to establish the irrevocability aspect of Mutual Wills, former Union Law Minister, Arun Jaitley, today cited laws from several countries across the globe to establish the cavetable right of his client, B. ...
'India is among top four FDI destinations'
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 22.India is among the top four Asian destinations for foreign direct investment, but is well below the top ranked China, according to an UNCTAD (United Nations Conference on Trade and Development) report. With an inflow of $4.3 ...
A tour around Robert Bosch
HANOVER, SEPT. 22.Five years ago, Raghu (name changed) earned an engineering degree from one of the better known colleges in Mysore, some 140 kilometres from India's wannabe Silicon Valley, Bangalore. Soon, on the back of the Y2K bodyshop, he ...
Oil prices rise
WASHINGTON, SEPT. 22.Oil prices rose in early trading on Wednesday after the U.S. reported that supplies shrank more than expected following production and shipping disruptions caused by Hurricane Ivan. Light crude for November delivery rose 9 ...
Cement Association president
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 22. N. Srinivasan, Managing Director of India Cements, has been elected President of the Cement Manufacturers' Association for 2004-05. Manoj Gaur, Managing Director of Jaypee Associates, has been elected Vice President. Both ...
SEBI bars Matrix Web
MUMBAI, SEPT. 22. The Securities and Exchange Board of India has barred Krishna Hullatti, proprietor of Bangalore-based Matrix Web, from dealing in the capital market with immediate effect. Mr. Krishna Hullatti, alias Hullatti Krishna B, alias ...
Aviva to shift jobs
LONDON, SEPT. 22. Britain's leading insurance company Aviva today announced plans to shift another 760 jobs to India, in addition to the 3,700 jobs already created in the country. Besides moving jobs to India, the company will move 190 jobs to ...
IOC to buy stake in Haldia
NEW DELHI, SEPT. 22. The Indian Oil Corporation has been selected to buy equity in Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd (HPL) but the state-run refiner will make the Rs. 150 crore investment only if shares of the Tata group, now held by West Bengal, are ...
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