The Telegraph
Thursday , July 17 , 2014

High duty on gold to stay

The customs duty of 10 per cent on gold is likely to stay as officials fear a repeat of last year’s record rise in gold purchase, which pushed the rupee down to near 69 against the dollar....   | Read..

Sun Pharma pops buyout pill again

After a blockbuster deal to acquire Ranbaxy Laboratories, Sun Pharma today announced that it was buying US-based Pharmalucence Inc for an undisclosed amount....   | Read..

Exports jump 10% in June

Exports rose 10.22 per cent in June to $26.4 billion from $24.02 billion in the same month last year on account of a strong growth in demand for engineering goods, readym...   | Read..

Honda recall move

Honda Cars India Ltd will be recalling around 1,338 units of its premium sedan Accord and sports utility vehicle CR-V manufactured between 2002 and 2003 to replace a faul...   | Read..

Rate-cut jitters for housing finance firms

Housing finance companies may be in a disadvantageous position vis--vis banks following the RBI’s decision to let banks raise loans for affordable housing on conce...   | Read..

Reality check on airports

A leading aviation think-tank has welcomed the budget proposals to build more airports, while listing the pitfalls that can derail the exercise....   | Read..
High duty on gold to stay

 Press Releases

Online store to sell metals

Switzerland-based Trafigura has launched an online store in India to sell aluminium, copper and oth...   | Read..

ASUS eyes bigger pie

Taiwanese computer hardware maker ASUS aims to garner a 5 per cent share of the smartphone mark...   | Read..



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