The Telegraph
Monday , February 17 , 2014
Business

Duty cut tug-of-war in parleys

Preparations for the interim budget — to be presented tomorrow by finance minister P. Chidambaram — have been marked by a heated debate on the need to cut duties on gold imports and iron ore exports....   | Read..
 

Success seen on deficit front

Finance minister P. Chidambaram is expected to surprise global investors and detractors alike tomorrow by showing better-than-targeted fiscal deficit numbers, spurred by...   | Read..
 

Methane price clarity call

The producers of coal-bed methane (CBM) have sought clarity on the price of gas from April. The revised rates could be around $8.2-8.4 per million British thermal unit (m...   | Read..
 

Tata Steel processing arm aims high

Tata Steel Processing and Distribution Ltd (TSPDL), India’s largest steel services provider, has embarked on an ambitious plan to more than double output in the nex...   | Read..
 

New markets pep up drug exports

A new cluster of countries is contributing to the growth of the pharma industry, resulting in a robust jump in exports of drugs....   | Read..
 

Essar Energy buyback for a pittance

Investors will this week receive another mauling from a disastrous foreign float when a billionaire Indian family offers to buy back its company on the cheap....   | Read..
 
Duty cut tug-of-war in parleys


 Press Releases

Tea talks with Iran

The representatives of the tea industry will be in Iran from March 2-6 to strengthen trade ties...   | Read..

Acer targets firms for tablet push

Computing devices vendor Acer India is eyeing a 10-12 per cent share in the tablet market, whic...   | Read..
 
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