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WTO seals deal on drugs for poor
The World Trade Organisation (WTO) approved a deal on Saturday to let poorer nations import cheaper generic drugs to fight killer diseases such as AIDS and malaria after days of emotionally charged debate. ...  | Read.. 
 
Local firms not happy
The Indian Pharmaceutical Alliance is disappointed with the WTO deal. Its secretary general, D. G. Shah, said today though a ...  | Read.. 
 
CESC auditors frown on loan recovery hopes
Power utility CESC’s auditors Lovelock and Lewes have raised questions about the recoverability of the Rs 70.37-crore that t ...  | Read.. 
 
Trade with China on the rise
Trade between India and China, according to Chinese statistics, for the period January-December 2002 reached $4.94 billion, ...  | Read.. 
 
Reaching out: ICC president Vikram Thapar with Yingix Fu-Tomlinson, managing partner of Kaye Scholer, Shanghai, at a workshop on ‘Doing business with ...  | Read
 
 
United Air delays bankruptcy exit
United Airlines parent UAL Corp. has said that an uncertain industry outlook led it to abandon plan..  | Read.. 
Railway reservation on mobiles soon
Prompted by the success of its online reservation system, the Indian Railways Catering and Tourism ..  | Read.. 
 
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