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Jaswant hints at capital gains tax abolition
Finance minister Jaswant Singh has said he will consider abolishing the long-term capital gains tax if the war-like situation in Iraq eases and the drought condition in the country improves. ...  | Read.. 
 
Downhill joyride for car prices
Automakers have continued to cut prices by around 5 per cent after the 2003-04 annual budget cut excise duty by 8 per cent a ...  | Read.. 
 
US-64 investors left in the lurch
The Unit Scheme-64 investors are still in the dark about the interest rate on the five-year, tax-free tradable bonds, an ...  | Read.. 
 
British Gas, ONGC, Reliance bury hatchet
British oil and gas major BG Group Plc, India’s Oil and Natural Gas Corporation and Reliance Industries have agreed to joint ...  | Read.. 
 
Export growth slumps
A month after registering a record growth, exports in January slumped to 9.19 per cent even though cumulative growth for t ...  | Read.. 
 
Jaswant Singh addressing a national conference on the Union Budget 2003-2004 organised by the Federation of Indian Chambers of Commerce and Industry (Ficci) in New Delhi on Saturday. (AFP)
 
 
Commendable effort to clean up tax system
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Pharma sector gets the needed tonic
If one were to point out one industry, which is really upbeat about the budget this year, it w..  | Read.. 
 
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