The Telegraph
Thursday , September 14 , 2017

End of the road for export subsidies

India will have to rework its customs duty structure and drop the duty drawback subsidy to its exporters as a WTO exercise has found the country's per capita income to be above a threshold that...   | Read..

SK to help Airtel in tech fight

Bharti Airtel today threw down the gauntlet at Reliance Jio when it joined hands with South Korea's SK Telecom to build the most advanced network in the country and...   | Read..

Billion-dollar public issue after 7 years

SBI Life Insurance Co will launch next week what will be the country's first billion-dollar initial public offering since 2010, paving the way for a record-setting year for...   | Read..

Tata Chem close to selling Haldia unit

Tata Chemicals is in an "advance stage of discussions and negotiations" with Calcutta-born NRI billionaire Sri Prakash Lohia's Indorama Corporation to sell its...   | Read..

Keventer gets Singapore cash

Singapore-based private equity firm Mandala Capital is infusing $25 million (Rs 170 crore) into Calcutta-based Keventer Agro in one of the largest foreign direct...   | Read..

Shakti powers CIL auction

Coal India will allocate 27.18 million tonnes every year to power producers who have participated in its first auction under the Centre's fuel linkage distribution scheme...   | Read..

Global meet in city

Horasis Asia Meeting - the global business conference being organised by the Indian Chamber of Commerce and co-hosted by the Bengal government on November 26-27 in Calcutta...   | Read..

Ericsson in tussle with R-Com

Ericsson India Private Ltd (Ericsson) has dragged Anil Ambani-owned Reliance Communications (R-Com) to the National Company Law Tribunal (NCLT)   | Read..
End of the road for export subsidies

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