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Since 1st March, 1999
Credit growth tops govt agenda
The government will soon call a meeting of the chiefs of PSU banks to spur credit growth and rejuvenate the economy, which is staring at a 5-6 per cent growth in the next fiscal. ...  | Read.. 
Little scope for rate cut
Inflation may have sharply dipped to 0.44 per cent but bankers are not betting on another interest rate cut. ...  | Read.. 
Pension scheme gets delayed
The government today deferred the rollout of a new pension scheme for employees in the private sector. ...  | Read.. 
Exports show signs of revival
Exports of textiles, leather and gems and jewellery, which had contracted in the past few months, are showing signs of r ...  | Read.. 
Rupee spurts
The rupee today gained 92 paise, its biggest rise in 2009. It closed at a three-week high of 50.39 against the dollar, h ...  | Read.. 
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