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Open to imports, not to dumping
The BJP-led government has decided to accept a WTO draft proposal on farm trade negotiations, which calls upon developing nations to agree to reduce tariff on farm goods by 30-40 per cent wherever the ad-valorem customs duty is over 120 per cent. ...  | Read.. 
 
Stiff penalties proposed for errant auditors
Auditors, who conceal facts or deliberately fudge company accounts, will face a harsher set of penalties. ...  | Read.. 
 
Harrison Malayalam to send 1,500 tea workers packing
Harrison Malayalam (HML), an RPG enterprise, will lay off 1,500 tea garden workers to cope with an acute cash squeeze ho ...  | Read.. 
 
Travel agents fear cut in ticket sales earnings
Travel agents across the country are bracing up for a sharp reduction in earnings from ticket sales the principal source o ...  | Read.. 
 
Flat screens sizzle in colour TV market
The future looks bright for flat-screen colour TV sales. Flat-screen CTV sales for the first quarter of 2003 stood at 0.2 mi ...  | Read.. 
 
Open to imports, not to dumping
 
 
One-man army turns fly in the ointment for drug majors
It has all the ingredients of a David versus Goliath story...  | Read.. 
Sudsy image sinks in Surf makeover
The froth bubble has literally burst for the Rs 300-crore turnover Surf Excel, which is attempting ..  | Read.. 
 
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