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Foreign loans to be cheaper
The government is planning to set a lower cap on the rate of interest that domestic companies need to pay on their external commercial borrowings. ...  | Read.. 
 
Break in rally after new high
Dalal Street was pregnant with expectation as the stock market opened for trading today. There was promise and riding high o ...  | Read.. 
 
Death trap for debt funds
Talk about devil in the print. All those who felt the stock market was an unsafe animal with a volatile temper and were bett ...  | Read.. 
 
Bengal bonds pay for poor state of finances
There's bad news for Bengal. Domestic credit rating agency CARE has downgraded the rating assigned to a bond issue of West B ...  | Read.. 
 
Cross-country pipeline pact to be inked soon
The memorandum of understanding for the Myanmar-Bangladesh-India gas pipeline is likely to be signed 'shortly' in Dhaka. The ...  | Read.. 
 
Foreign loans to be cheaper
 
 
IBP seeks Rs 350cr bailout package
IBP Ltd has sought a special package of Rs 350 crore from the ministry of petroleum and natural gas..  | Read.. 
Mid-air collision on fee structure
Travel agents and foreign airlines are squaring off again for another showdown ' and that could spe..  | Read.. 
 
Pfizer boss quits
Pfizer managing director Hocine Sidi Said today announced his plans to quit the company to explore ..  | Read.. 
 
Tata Steel hunts for coal abroad
Tata Steel is planing to buy coal mines in Australia, Indonesia, Mozambique or New Zealand as part ..  | Read.. 
 
GM launches new-look Corsa
General Motors India today unveiled the new-look Opel Corsa and said the company is working on seve..  | Read.. 
 
Move to help Tetley reduce debt burden
Tata Tea today announced the closure of the refinance of the entire outstanding debt in Tata Tea (G..  | Read.. 
 
Fidelity tunes in to Saregama
Fidelity Investments has picked up a 5.26 per cent stake in Saregama India Limited. ..  | Read.. 
 
Goodricke focus on packet tea
Goodricke Group Limited has drawn up plans to expand its packet tea business and double its volume ..  | Read.. 
 
GE Healthcare fitness drive
GE Healthcare Technologies today launched a high definition magnetic resonance (HDMR) device to..  | Read.. 
 
New twist to Birla case
Counsel for S. N. Prasad, co-accused in the criminal case along with Rajendra Singh Lodha, today tu..  | Read.. 
 
DCB awaits funds infusion
Aga Khan Fund for Economic Development (Akfed), the principal promoter of Development Credit Bank (..  | Read.. 
 
Call for ferro alloy duty cut rollback
The ferro alloy industry wants a rollback in the import duty cut announced in the budget. It fe..  | Read.. 
 
Israeli telecom company taps BPL
Tadiran Telecom of Israel is exploring opportunities to set up a manufacturing unit in India. It is..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
Lenovo clears US hurdle
China's Lenovo Group Ltd won clearance from a US national security oversight committee to acquire I..  | Read.. 
 
Crude comes tantalisingly close to all-time high level
Oil prices held close to $55 a barrel on Wednesday, within sight of all-time highs, as late wintry..  | Read.. 
 
Aviva buys motor services firm
British insurer Aviva Plc said it had agreed to buy UK motor services company RAC Plc for about '1...  | Read.. 
 
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