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G-20 puts stamp on free trade
Finance ministers and central bank governors of the G 20 nations agreed upon a nine-point charter at the end of the meeting today. Among other things, they decided on early removal of trade barriers and phase-out of trade distorting subsidies. The ...  | Read.. 
Jalan advocates higher FDI
Short-term banking capital should be avoided for investments and growth, said Bimal Jalan, governor of Reserve Bank of I ...  | Read.. 
CESC sets Mulajore closure date
R. P. Goenka flagship CESC Limited has decided to close down its 60-year old Mulajore generating station by December 2003. ...  | Read.. 
Plastic money business set for growth
The credit card industry is growing at the rate of 30 per cent per annum. It is expected to grow at a higher rate next y ...  | Read.. 
Festive season spurs gold demand
The festive and marriage season helped prop up gold demand in the country during the third quarter of the current calend ...  | Read.. 
Finance minister Jaswant Singh (second from left) with members of the G-20 nations in New Delhi on Saturday. (AFP)
Panel seeks cutbacks in farm subsidy
Ficci’s task force on agriculture today met Prime Minister Atal Bihari Vajpayee seeking a host of ..  | Read.. 
BoB focus on credit offtake
Faced with decline in its advance portfolio in the first six months of the current financial ye..  | Read.. 
Centre spotlight on textile exports
As part of a long term policy to boost India’s main export — textiles — the central government ..  | Read.. 
Task force to monitor Dabhol revival
The government has set up a task force under the chairmanship of Union power secretary R. V. Shahi ..  | Read.. 
Glaxo to make AIDS drug in China
British pharmaceutical giant GlaxoSmithKline is set to become the first foreign company to localis..  | Read.. 
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