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Tug-of-war on hike in foreign loan cap
A tussle has broken out in the government between those who would like the cap on foreign loans for companies hiked from the current $100 million to $200 million and those who prefer the ceiling to remain in place, with fewer bureaucratic restrictio ...  | Read.. 
 
Smooth start to RIB redemption, rupee at new high
The redemption of Resurgent India Bonds (RIBs) began today with early signs of a lower outflow, sending the rupee to its hig ...  | Read.. 
 
Chicago firm to float $300m fund
Chicago-based Resource Financial Corporation (RFC) has firmed up plans to set up a private equity fund in India, Indian Amer ...  | Read.. 
 
Bullion futures to make a comeback
The government will reintroduce futures trading in gold and silver, after nearly half a century, which traders say will help ...  | Read.. 
 
Indian Hotels ready for US foray
The Indian Hotels Company Ltd that manages the Taj group of hotels, is set to acquire a property in the United States. ...  | Read.. 
 
Dollar deadlock: A tussle has broken out in the government between those who would like the cap on foreign loans for companies hiked from the current ...  | Read
 
 
J&N revival hopes die young
Hopes of Jenson & Nicholsonís revival died young with Judis Moneta Financial Services ó the Sin..  | Read.. 
Aussie fuel for Assam oil hunt
Oil India Ltd (OIL) is going in for Australian expertise to give a fresh impetus to its oil hunt in..  | Read.. 
 
ICICI Bank opens office in Dubai
ICICI Bank today inaugurated its representative office in Dubai...  | Read.. 
 
Tata Sons ties up $100 m in term loan
Tata Sons Limited, the holding company for most of the Tata group companies, today said that its ..  | Read.. 
 
 
Export growth at 9%
IDBI chief
Tax norms
Oman pipeline
OVL plan