The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Loan cost equaliser for small units
The government is finalising a package for small-scale industries that will make it mandatory for banks to lend up to Rs 50,000 at 2 per cent below prime lending rate (PLR), between Rs 50,000 and Rs 2 lakh at the PLR and amounts above it at PLR, plu ...  | Read.. 
Tea looks for farm spill-over
Public sector banks could consider providing tea loans at 9 per cent, the rate at which the farm sector is supposed to get c ...  | Read.. 
Online tax tab on traders planned
The government plans to soon set up a Rs 50-crore inter-state exchange system that will provide online information on tax-re ...  | Read.. 
China buy sustains polyester price hike
China is playing a vital role in the man-made fibre industry. The country, which is a net importer of partially oriented yar ...  | Read.. 
Philips plans new wares to tap domestic market
Philips India, the subsidiary of Netherlands-based Royal Philips Electronics .V., is planning to launch a range of products ...  | Read.. 
The government is working on a package that puts small-scale enterprises on an even keen with large industrial houses in raising loans from banks. The ...  | Read
Kinetic rules out merger plans
Kinetic Motor, the country?s second largest scooter maker will not merge with group company Kinetic..  | Read.. 
Reliance oil outlets spark price war fears
The domestic oil companies are faced with a price war after March, when Reliance Industries (RIL) i..  | Read.. 
Xerox ModiCorp focus on retail trade
Xerox ModiCorp is believed to have again moved Foreign Investment Promotion Board for directly sell..  | Read.. 
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