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Since 1st March, 1999
Vodafone pledges $2bn
Vodafone will spend over $2 billion in the next two years to make Hutchison Essar the leading cellular player in India. The target is to have a 100 million Hutch subscriber base by this time. ...  | Read.. 
Bank loans turn costlier
The first impact of the Reserve Bank’s CRR hike is here. Three nationalised banks — Punjab National Bank (PNB), Ban ...  | Read.. 
Sarin rejects Essar claim
Vodafone CEO Arun Sarin today said the Essar group does not have a right of first refusal over Vodafone’s $11.1-bi ...  | Read.. 
Tata-Fiat alliance to make pick-up trucks
The alliance between Tata Motors and Fiat Auto will now have global footprints. The companies have jointly started an in ...  | Read.. 
German footprint on BSE
In its first major step to demutualise the country’s oldest bourse, the Bombay Stock Exchange (BSE) today offloaded ...  | Read.. 
(From left) Hutch Essar MD Asim Ghosh, Vodafone CEO Arun Sarin and Max India chief Analjit Singh in New Delhi on Wednesday. Picture by Rajesh Kumar

Numaligarh diesel for Bangla
The decks seem to have been cleared for the export of diesel from Numaligarh Refinery (NRL) to Bang..  | Read.. 
Assam firm in growth mode
Assam-based Barak Valley Cements Ltd, which plans to come out with a public issue soon, has approac..  | Read.. 
Eleven deals with Italy
Eleven MoUs were signed between Indian and Italian companies during the visit of Italian Prime Mini..  | Read.. 
Erevmax lines up expansion
Erevmax Technologies, a subsidiary of Erevmax Inc, will sell its stake to venture capital (VC) fund..  | Read.. 
DaimlerChrysler to slash 13000 jobs
DaimlerChrysler AG today decided to shed 13,000 jobs from its Chrysler division in the US and Canad..  | Read.. 
Coca-Cola Q4 net profit drops
Coca-Cola Co, the world’s largest soft-drink maker, has reported lower fourth-quarter net pro..  | Read.. 
Mutual Funds
Ban on milk exports
GAIL trouble
Airtel charges
CESC move