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Since 1st March, 1999
Trade warriors wave white flag
After a week of bitter wrangling, trade ministers of the 149-nation WTO finally reached an agreement today on the final draft ministerial declaration which will pave the way for concluding a global trade treaty by the end of next year. ...  | Read.. 
India Inc heaps praise on Nath
India Inc today hailed the draft Hong Kong ministerial declaration. ...  | Read.. 
Patent shield for Darjeeling tea, Basmati
The trade ministers at the World Trade Organization meeting today decided to step up negotiations to reach an agreement by ...  | Read.. 
Market marches to Fed rate rhythm
The latest reason for the markets to move upwards is the change in stance of the US Federal Reserve. The minutes of the lates ...  | Read.. 
Local arm goes places with Cox buyout
Cox & Kings, the privately owned British travel company founded in 1758 as a transport bureau and bank to the Raj, i ...  | Read.. 
Union commerce minister Kamal Nath in Hong Kong on Sunday. (AFP)
Crisil set to deepen ties with parent
Crisil Limited, along with its majority stakeholder, Standard & Poor's (S&P), is explor..  | Read.. 
Meet to iron out ore allocation glitches
In an effort to prevent states from losing steel projects because of raw material problems, the..  | Read.. 
Five-year countdown for Posco
Pohang Steel Co (Posco) today said it would begin construction of the first phase of its propos..  | Read.. 
Board names SAIL chief
S.K. Roongta, SAIL’s director personnel, has been selected by the Public Sector Enterprise..  | Read.. 
AirTel ties up with Bird in call bonanza
A handset for less than Rs 1,500 that includes free talktime worth Rs 600. Mobile telephones ca..  | Read.. 
Dunlop close to wage pact
The agreement between the workers’ unions of Dunlop India and the new owner of the company, Pa..  | Read.. 
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