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Telecom forbearance under test

Forbearance has been a watchword with the telecom regulator since September 2002 when Trai first decided to allow market forces to determine the rates that cellular mobile telephony operators could...   | Read..
 

Default time bomb ticking

Bankers have warned the Centre of the possibility of defaults in the telecom sector.   | Read..
 

US price pressure crimps pharma

The pharma industry, under the constant glare of the US drug regulator, has to contend now with pricing pressures in the American market.   | Read..
 

Power trade with neighbours to grow

Indian power exchanges, trading in electricity at market rates, are upbeat on cross-border sales involving Nepal, Bangladesh, Bhutan and Myanmar.   | Read..
 

Thrust on 200 items to charge up exports

The country's exports could increase about $80 billion if the government continues with its incentives and pushes the shipments of products such as milled rice, processed...   | Read..
 

Rules on peer lending

The Reserve Bank is expected to come out by June-July with the guidelines to regulate the domestic peer-to-peer (P2P) lending market.   | Read..
 
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