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Tesco plan suffers setback
Tesco, the controversial British supermarket giant which is desperate to expand its international operations into the huge Indian market, has called off its partnership talks with Sunil Mittal's Bharti Enterprises, it was confirmed today. ...  | Read.. 
 
Nath supports SEZ tax breaks
Union commerce minister Kamal Nath today allayed fears that the proposed tax concessions to special economic zones will enta ...  | Read.. 
 
Exim bank ties up yen funds
The Export-Import Bank of India has raised yen loan equivalent to $230 million through its second Samurai Bond issue, acco ...  | Read.. 
 
Power minister ignites high-voltage debate
Power minister Sushil Kumar Shinde has triggered a debate as he wants the National Thermal Power Corporation to set up a he ...  | Read.. 
 
Logitech plans to double sales in east
Logitech, the $1.8-billion IT peripherals major, is targeting West Bengal with renewed vigour and plans to double its sales ...  | Read.. 
 
Tesco plan suffers setback

 
AROUND THE GLOBE
Opec may cut output
Saudi oil minister Ali al-Naimi today said Opec would cut oil production again when it meets in Dec..  | Read.. 
 
MoU for Sany plant in Maharashtra
Machinery maker Sany Heavy Industry Co said on Saturday it plans to build a $60-million factory in ..  | Read.. 
 
CORPORATE BRIEFS
Ambuja Cement merger
SBI move
Sun Micro
Brush cutter
Claris growth
Alkem launch
 
Forex reserves rise
Whirlpool plea
LNG supply