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Controversy dogs Seamec open offer
The open offer for South East Marine Engineering and Construction Ltd (Seamec), indirectly owned by Technip SA of France, appears to be jinxed. The offer has run into trouble even after repeated interventions by the Securities and Exchange Board of ...  | Read.. 
 
Deep sea oil exploration set to get a boost
Over 130 deep sea blocks around the southern tip and east coast of the country have been earmarked for oil exploration. A la ...  | Read.. 
 
State-run metal units find a friendly suitor
Calcutta’s prodigal son, Lord Raj Kumar Bagri, who made it big in London, wants to return home. Not literally, but figur ...  | Read.. 
 
A-rated firms seek better terms
At a time when companies with AAA rating are reaping the advantages of a low interest rate regime, A-rated companies — t ...  | Read.. 
 
Wockhardt gets tough, recasts its field force
Pharmaceutical major Wockhardt Ltd today announced that it is severing links with the Federation of Medical Representatives ...  | Read.. 
 
At long last: Vinod Baid, whom the Central Bureau of Investigation (CBI) arrested in Hyderabad on Friday, being ushered out of the Bankshal Court on S ...  | Read
 
 
Fuel for IOC’s Lanka foray
Ceylon Petroleum Corporation (CPC) will hand over 100 petrol pumps to Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) ..  | Read.. 
What’s in a name' Ask WorldCom
WorldCom by any other name may still be bankrupt, but the company that’s become synonymous with que..  | Read.. 
 
 
Opec ready to open tap
Forex reserves
Growth pace
Air-India move
ON THE MOVE
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