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Bid to rein in China at G20 meet
The Indian government worried by the growing clout of China at multilateral finance forums is keen on a greater say at the forthcoming meetings of the G20 finance ministers, IMF and World Bank. ...  | Read.. 
Reverse repo funds cap in air
The Reserve Bank of India in its credit policy on Tuesday can fix a limit on the cash parked with it by banks via the r ...  | Read.. 
PSU banks aid firms in foreign bonds buyback
Public sector banks have stepped in to lend a helping hand to cash-strapped Indian companies who are unable to buy back ...  | Read.. 
Taxmen weigh Satyam audit
The income tax department may conduct a special audit of the accounts of scam-tainted Satyam Computer Services to determine ...  | Read.. 
Calcutta Port embroiled in cash row
The Calcutta Port Trust (CPT) has charged International Seaports (Haldia) Pvt Ltd (ISPL), an operator of a berth in Hald ...  | Read.. 
Manmohan Singh with Montek Singh Ahluwalia at the London summit of G20 leaders earlier this month (File photo)
Bid to rein in China at G20 meet

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