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Since 1st March, 1999
GM to restart Daewoo car plant
General Motors, the world’s largest auto maker, today announced plans to acquire the car-assembly plant of beleaguered Daewoo Motors India Ltd (DMIL), ending speculation over the deal that has swirled for over a year. ...  | Read.. 
ONGC offer capped at Rs 750
The government today announced a price band of Rs 680-750 for the sale of 14.26 crore shares of Oil and Natural Gas Corp ...  | Read.. 
Pricing reflects confidence
The aggressive pricing for the Oil and Natural Gas Corporation’s (ONGC) offer took market analysts by surprise. Going by ...  | Read.. 
Common share trading platform on cards
The Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) and the Federation of Indian Stock Exchanges (FISE) have joined hands to form BSE-IndoNe ...  | Read.. 
Metro Cash & Carry faces Karnataka ire
The Karnataka government has pulled up Metro Cash & Carry India Ltd for violating an FIPB norm. ...  | Read.. 
GM to restart Daewoo car plant
Deeper cut in steel prices
Steel barons today wilted under renewed pressure from the BJP-led central government and agreed..  | Read.. 
New savings hope for the self-employed
The ministry of finance is considering a proposal to introduce a floating rate small savings sc..  | Read.. 
Bengal move irks tea body
The Indian Tea Association (ITA) has opposed the Bengal government’s recommendation for mandato..  | Read.. 
Patni Q4 net up 51% at Rs 63 crore
Patni Computers has posted a 51 per cent rise in net profit at Rs 62.94 crore for the fourth qu..  | Read.. 
Bangla keen to export natural gas
Bangladesh is keen to export an estimated 13 trillion cubic feet natural gas to India and other..  | Read.. 
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