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All in harmony for final FII serenade
Warren Buffett says he has more cash than ideas. Thousands of miles away, fund managers in Mumbai are scratching their heads to find out if well-heeled investors like him share their idea of the great Indian market — and some of that money. ...  | Read.. 
 
New UTI II promoters by March
The government hopes to complete the process of replacing existing promoters of Unit Trust of India Mutual Fund, earlier kno ...  | Read.. 
 
Petro export leap reins in oil import tab
India’s exports of petroleum products, including diesel, petrol, naphtha and aviation turbine fuel, is expected to cross Rs ...  | Read.. 
 
PFs shy away from mutual funds
Provident fund managers are wary of buying mutual fund units even after they obtained the approval of the Union labour and f ...  | Read.. 
 
Electronic receipts to ease commodity trade
Even as a slew of electronic commodity exchanges is being set up in the country, representatives from foreign commodity exch ...  | Read.. 
 
All in harmony for final FII serenade
 
 
Govt mulls ban on iron ore exports
The government is considering a ban on iron ore exports in view of heavy demand from domestic i..  | Read.. 
Log on to animation, and to a fortune
Remember the magic of Hakuna Matata or the wonder of watching Eddie Murphy change into a bulging ba..  | Read.. 
 
Bajaj Elec owners raise stake to 65%
The Bajaj family and other promoters of Bajaj Electricals have consolidated their stake in the com..  | Read.. 
 
Firms resent Gail monopoly
Leading energy companies and business lobbies have criticised the government’s plan to make state-r..  | Read.. 
 
Vanaspati makers on the warpath
Twelve vanaspati manufacturing units in the eastern region, including eight in Bengal, have dow..  | Read.. 
 
Corporate bonds face bleak future
The country’s corporate bonds market is facing an uncertain future as majority of banks are shying ..  | Read.. 
 
Pay at ease with Tata Infotech’s Sevak
Tired of waiting in queues to pay your electricity bills, telephone bills and tax' Can’t trust ..  | Read.. 
 
Hefty penalty for listing rule lapses
Companies and mutual funds failing to comply with securities market norms could be fined up to Rs 2..  | Read.. 
 
H-P ready to go digital here
After the merger with Digital, H-P plans to launch digital products in the consumer electronic ..  | Read.. 
 
Scheme for elders breathes new life into insurance
The life insurance industry grew by over 65 per cent to Rs 5,436 crore in September compared with R..  | Read.. 
 
L&T turnover target on track
Engineering major Larsen and Toubro feels that despite the demerger of its cement division, it will..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
Japan to counter US steel tariffs
Japan decided on Wednesday on a list of US imports which will be subject to retaliatory sanctions i..  | Read.. 
 
BNP sets up shop in China
BNP Paribas announced on Wednesday a securities venture in China, the latest in a fast-growing list..  | Read.. 
 
Hyundai shortlists two for Europe base
South Korean auto giant Hyundai Motor, which has shortlisted Poland and Slovakia for its first Euro..  | Read.. 
 
Hynix nears asset sale deal with Citibank
South Korea’s Hynix Semiconductor is set to sign a preliminary deal to sell non-core assets it has ..  | Read.. 
 
CORPORATE BRIEFS
LG to invest $18 m
Union Bank
IBM India
Cordys launch
Dialcom foray
HCL InfiNet
 
ONGC finds oil in Assam
Trai note
New-look Taj
Bilt infusion
Tata Indicom