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Monday, April 22, 2002

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  • NBCC plans projects in Iran, CIS


    EVA factor in corporate performance
    THE EVA (economic value added) system in companies is a key element of the less talked about, but very important, internal corporate governance, and is marked by well laid out principles of measuring employee performance and an appropriate ... More


    Renaissance to buy 40 pc in Revathi; eyes 20 pc more
    THE Delhi-based Renaissance group of Mr Abhishek Dalmia has agreed to buy 40 per cent stake in mining equipment manufacturer, Revathi Equipment Ltd (REL), from Swedish multinational, Atlas Copco, at Rs 234 per share. Mr Dalmia, who shot to fame ... More


    Corporate governance: Will SEBI give clear direction?
    OVER the last five or six years, when winter sets in, the lobbying arms of Indian industry like the CIIs, the FICCIs and assorted other chambers get busy in their usual act, lining up seminars to boost their earnings and to help some of the ... More


    Disturbing delistings
    OVER the past couple of years there has been a trend of multinational companies buying shares of their Indian subsidiaries from the domestic market. A number of major names such as Philips, Reckitt Benckiser and Nestle have made open offers to ... More


  • KECL, NPOL in tie-up for tech transfer


    Idle units a heavy burden on SEZ
    A GOOD number of defunct units inside the Special Economic Zone (SEZ) here have become a major impediment to the growth of the zone especially because of the limited land availability. As many as 19 of 60 such units are learnt to be ... More


    ABB banking on new services for growth
    HEAVY engineering firm ABB Ltd expects its latest services offerings to trigger growth for the current fiscal, the President and Managing Director, Mr Ravi Uppal, has said. The company is in talks with Reliance Ltd and ONGC Ltd to sell ... More


    Maruti's seal of success lies in quality
    FOR a company that was dogged by labour problems just two years ago, the inside story of how Maruti Udyog Ltd (MUL) turned around and got back into the black during 2001-02, is punctuated by its successes in raising labour productivity, ... More


    Jindal Photo launches Fujifilm camera
    IN an effort to establish itself as a complete photo products company, Jindal Photo Films Ltd (JPFL) has announced the launch of a new camera targeted at the amateur segment of the market. Fujifilm Crystal Big Viewfinder camera, which was ... More
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