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Since 1st March, 1999
China weighs met coke levy
China is exploring the possibility of an additional duty on met coke export. Observers said this was in retaliation to India’s decision to levy an export duty of Rs 300 per tonne on iron ore. ...  | Read.. 
Selloff breather for oil MNCs
The Centre may drop the norm that makes it mandatory for foreign oil marketing companies to divest 26 per cent of their ...  | Read.. 
SBI sibling gears up to tap market
The State Bank of Hyderabad (SBH) plans to tap the market with an initial public offering in September or October. ...  | Read.. 
Reliance to seek clarity on SEZ cap
Mukesh Ambani-led Reliance Industries will approach external affairs minister Pranab Mukherjee, who is the chairman of the e ...  | Read.. 
Hint of price band for debut scrips
Market regulator Sebi plans to fix a first-day price band for stocks listing after initial public offerings, to check irregu ...  | Read.. 
China weighs met coke levy

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Drill begins for Iran energiser
The National Security Council (NSC), headed by Prime Minister Manmohan Singh, has asked the pe..  | Read.. 
McLeod fancies a premium cuppa
McLeod Russel India Limited (MRIL) is taking steps to launch a premium tea brand...  | Read.. 
India Inc roots for innovation
Companies are banking on innovation to stay ahead of competition. This was revealed in a joint surv..  | Read.. 
High cost bugs auto industry
The country’s quest to become an international auto manufacturing hub can be seriously challen..  | Read.. 
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