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Anomaly in duties to be rectified
The government will set up a committee to examine the inverted duty structure in the country under which industry ends up paying a higher amount of duty on raw materials than on finished products. ...  | Read.. 
 
Goodricke eyes farm profits
The Goodricke Group is looking at agriculture as a possible avenue of diversification in India. ...  | Read.. 
 
Patel lists future growth areas
Agriculture and civil aviation are the new areas that hold great promise of growth in India after telephony and it will put ...  | Read.. 
 
Tata-Birla telecom tussle set to end
The imbroglio over Idea Cellular, the Tata-Birla joint venture, appears to have been solved, with Tata group chairman Ratan ...  | Read.. 
 
Road rage: A Chinese man gets into his Lamborghini outside the newly-opened Harley-Davidson dealership in Beijing on Saturday. US motorcycle maker Har ...  | Read
 
 
Europe sees no virtue in protectionism
Europe must resist protectionism and find other ways of meeting the challenges of globalisation, fi..  | Read.. 
China agrees to join talks on auto parts
China has responded to a request by the US and Europe to take part in WTO consultations over auto p..  | Read.. 
 
AROUND THE GLOBE
Ferrovial bids for BAA
Spanish construction firm Grupo Ferrovial launched a '8.75-billion hostile bid for BAA on Friday as..  | Read.. 
 
Toyota rivals in catch-up race
Satoshi Ogiso was in his office redesigning Camrys and Tercels when the young auto engineer was sud..  | Read.. 
 
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