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Clamour for remedial steps

A circumspect banking community today asked the Reserve Bank of India to at least bring down the cash reserve ratio (CRR) if not the policy rate as a way to crank up credit growth and kick-start the economy....   | Read..
 

Industry leaders root for fast action

Industry today emphasised the removal of procedural bottlenecks through appropriate government measures in a meeting with C. Rangarajan, the chairman of the Prime Ministe...   | Read..
 

GAAR panel move to relax provisions

The General Anti-Avoidance Rules (GAAR) will probably introduce a provision for “grandfathering” of untaxed income and dilution of some of the stricter, or va...   | Read..
 

R-Com entity eyes $700m from IPO

Global Telecommunications Infrastructure Trust (GTI Trust) — an entity formed by Reliance Communications (R-Com) — is looking to raise anywhere between $700 m...   | Read..
 

S&P rating wow and woe for Tata twins

Standard & Poor’s (S&P) today upgraded Tata Motors’ rating by a notch to BB but lowered the outlook on group firm Tata Power to negative from stable....   | Read..
 
Clamour for remedial steps


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Infotech spend to rise 3%

Global IT spending is expected to grow 3 per cent to $3.6 trillion in 2012, a sign of cautious mood in business. ...   | Read..
 

Dena focus on credit growth

Dena Bank is looking at a 20-25 per cent credit growth despite concerns over a delayed monsoon affecting credit offtake ...   | Read..
 
 
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