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Thursday , September 4 , 2014
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Formula to end WTO impasse

India wants a dynamic base year, preferably a three-year average, to calculate the amount of farm subsidy that the World Trade Organisation can allow. ...   | Read..
 

Gas price panel flooded with ideas

Stakeholders are tossing a wide variety of options before the gas price panel, which has only till the end of this month to come out with a pricing norm to satisfy the nu...   | Read..
 

Hiccup amid hurrah

Global rating agencies remain cautious even as the economy grew at its best pace in more than two years during the first quarter of the current fiscal. ...   | Read..
 

Bourses continue to march forward

The doubting Thomases may be fearing an impending correction, but stock prices continue to chug along. The key indices today created new records on the back of sustained ...   | Read..
 

Twin demands of coal unions to hurt output

Coal India Ltd may face a disruption in production and offtake later this month, with the five major trade unions serving a two-day “work to rule” ultimatum, ...   | Read..
 

Air traffic grows 6%

The International Air Transport Association (IATA) today said India’s domestic passenger traffic grew 6 per cent in July helped by the “business- friendly sta...   | Read..
 
Formula to end WTO impasse


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French handbag harmony

A long and bitter battle that has gripped the luxury goods industry and pitted two of France’...   | Read..
 
 
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