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Saturday, January 26, 2002

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Export units seek incentives
THE Confederation of Export Units (CEU) has urged the authorities to repose confidence in established export units with good track record and do away with the concept of "monitoring, policing and insisting on undue guarantees.'' In a pre-Budget ... More


Canada calls for closer trade ties
TIME is ripe for India to strengthen its economic and trade ties with Canada which is relatively unaffected by the global economic slowdown, according to Mr John Manley, the Canadian Deputy Prime Minister. He made a strong pitch for fostering ... More


Pvt sector to be in N-power field
HYDERABAD: The private sector can look forward to building nuclear power plants, with more than 51 per cent equity share in joint ventures by the end of 2004, according to Mr V.K. Chaturvedi, Chairman & Managing Director (CMD) of the ... More


Wings Info unveils solutions for SMEs
WINGS Infonet Ltd, the Hyderabad-based software products and solutions company, has developed a range of products addressing small and medium enterprise segment and covering business management related issues, point of sale and accounting ... More


Bid to capture larger share of leather market
THE Indian leather sector wants to concentrate on strategic action and aggressive marketing in the next five years in order to corner 10-14 per cent of the global marketshare, according to the Director of the Central Leather Research Institute, ... More


Stress on good corporate governance practices
THE Indian corporate sector must demonstrate harder evidence of their adherence to good corporate governance practices if they are to retain the confidence reposed on them by the financial community, according to Mr R. Ravimohan, Managing ... More


Garment exporters seek relaxation in EMD rules
GARMENT exporters have asked the Government not to effect forfeiture of earnest money deposit (EMD) paid by them for non-utilisation of export quotas allotted to them for the year 2001. The Apparel Export Promotion Council (AEPC) on behalf of ... More


IPCL strategic sale by Feb-end
THE Union Government plans to wrap up the strategic sale of 26 per cent of its equity in Indian Petrochemicals Corporation Ltd (IPCL) to a strategic partner by February-end. The qualified bidders — Reliance Industries Ltd, Indian Oil ... More


Firm policy needed to revive economy: Manmohan
`All our problems by and large are still our problems, which have to be resolved by our own domestic means. If India has not performed as well as China or South Korea has done, the reason is inside us and it is not the fault of the world. We have fai led to work out a coherent policy framework.' More
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