The Telegraph
Since 1st March, 1999
Shining strategy to beat input crisis
Tata Steel may resort to barter deals to tide over the shortage of certain key inputs. The company is planning to ask state-run Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) to supply billets in exchange for coal. Billets are an essential semi-finished steel ...  | Read.. 
Worried Opec dithers on output hike move
The Organisation of Petroleum Exporting Countries (Opec) on Saturday expressed “deep concern” about rising oil prices, sayi ...  | Read.. 
Singh gets a warm welcome from India Inc
India Inc today welcomed the new government headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh and pledged its full support to reach o ...  | Read.. 
Mahindra BT plans to hire 2000 more
Mahindra British Telecom Limited (MBT) plans to recruit around 2,000 people in the current financial year, taking the headco ...  | Read.. 
New Horizon to expand
New Horizon India, a 20:80 joint venture between US-based infotech training major New Horizon and Shriram Group Technologies ...  | Read.. 
Shining strategy to beat input crisis
Time Warner mum on Adelphia buy
Time Warner Inc top executives have told investors that its internet unit America Online had “stabi..  | Read.. 
Enron sells pipeline assets for $ 1.8 bn
Texas natural gas tycoon Oscar Wyatt is paying $1.8 billion for Enron Corp’s prized pipeline assets..  | Read.. 
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