The Telegraph
Tuesday , February 9 , 2010
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Economy health signals stimulus exit
The government expects the Indian economy to grow at 7.2 per cent this year — fuelling talk that it can provide the launch pad for the unwinding of the stimulus package that the government prepared in late 2008 to jumpstart a faltering economy. ...  | Read.. 
Fall in farm output to be less severe
The forecast for farm output decline is less than previous estimates, which augurs well for the government’s efforts to ...  | Read.. 
Telecom cop puts 4G tech on fast track
The telecom regulator today started consultations for fourth generation (4G) mobile technology, while its predecessor — 3G ...  | Read.. 
Domino’s tosses a winner on debut
The shares of Jubilant Foodworks, the Indian franchisee of Domino’s Pizza Inc, leapt 58 per cent when they closed a ...  | Read.. 
Maruti set to double exports
Maruti Suzuki India — the country’s largest car manufacturer — expects a 20 per cent growth in sales and hopes to d ...  | Read.. 
Economy health signals stimulus exit

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