The Telegraph
Tuesday , October 3 , 2017

Easier terms for $5bn credit to Dhaka

Finance minister Arun Jaitley will arrive in Dhaka tomorrow to finalise the terms of a fresh $5-billion line of credit to Bangladesh. New Delhi is expected to ease the terms to improve Bangladesh's...   | Read..

Fitch cuts growth forecast

Fitch Ratings has lowered India's economic growth forecast for the current financial year to 6.9 per cent from 7.4 per cent after GDP growth "unexpectedly...   | Read..

Crude from US arrives

India today got its first consignment of US crude with state-owned Indian Oil Corporation (IOC) importing 1.6 million barrels of oil at Paradip in Odisha.   | Read..

Matix unit to take off soon

Matix Fertiliser will start commercial production at its urea plant in Panagarh, Burdwan in two weeks, kicking off operations in the largest industrial project during the...   | Read..

Deal debacle spells telecom trouble

The failure of the Reliance Communications-Aircel merger may spell even more bad news for the telecom industry, already grappling with extreme rivalry among the lead...   | Read..

Plan to allow phone calls and Net access on a flight

Airlines in India could soon be allowed to offer mobile telephony and internet services on flights.   | Read..
Easier terms for $5bn credit to Dhaka

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