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Monday, October 04, 2004

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Union Bank plans to go global — Eyes bank with branches abroad
UNION Bank of India is on the lookout for acquiring a bank that has operations abroad to gain a quick entry into the international banking scene. "We are talking to various merchants bankers to identify a bank which has branches abroad," said ... More

Govt says no to Telstra's Net telephony plan
THE Government has refused permission to the Australian telecommunication and information services major, Telstra, to start Internet telephony services in the country. The company has also been refused permission to provide leased Internet access ... More

Now, `health' is the promo tool to beat ban
SURROGATE advertisements have been the bane of health-related bans on liquor and tobacco products. Sports goods now bear cigarette brand names and apple juices sport the names of popular alcoholic beverages. But using "health" as the ... More

`Scrapping Press Note No. 18 will be myopic'
A SECTION of India Inc — in particular, that which has been running successful joint ventures with foreign partners — is perturbed over the UPA Government's concerted move to scrap Press Note No. 18 in its bid to usher in larger ... More

Sugar millers expect another sweet year ahead
AS the sugar season starts, sugar millers look forward to another good year in 2004-05. Sugar prices are bound to remain buoyant with the industry is moving towards realistic sugarcane pricing and margins are on the increase. One concern for ... More

BSNL switches off Data Access
This is second big blow for Data Access in the last one year, after its plans to go for an initial public offering were stalled by SEBI. More

Undertone bullish on Dalal Street
If an air of expectancy is the driving force now, lack of other investment avenues is a compulsion for all classes of investors. More

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