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Thursday, May 29, 2003
Blackwill's concern over adverse trade balance
MUMBAI, MAY 28.The top U.S. concern about its relations with India now is not so much about strained relations between two nuclear powers in South Asia but the stagnated American exports to India and the latter's exports surpassing the former by ...
U.S. Congressman allays fears over outsourcing curbs
NEW DELHI, MAY 28.The U.S. Congressman, Jay Inslee, today sought to downplay India's fears over the introduction of certain bills proposing to restrict outsourcing to India observing that they were "more of discussion pieces than legislative ...
Top global IT trainer comes to India
BANGALORE, MAY 28.The world's largest information technology training provider, New Horizons Computer Learning Centres, has come to India and will offer three tiers of courses, both short and long term, starting from June. The Anaheim, ...
Banks allowed to return capital at face value
NEW DELHI, MAY 28.The Government today said banks would be allowed to return equity at face value and as of now there was no proposal of attaching a premium. "As of now, there is no proposal from the Government to charge premium on equity ...
TECI to play crucial role in Tyco's global operations
BANGALORE, MAY 28.Increased outsourcing of components and products from Tyco Electronics Corporation India (P) Ltd. coupled with business from its European affiliates will buoy TECI's strapping growth estimated at 20 per cent for the coming year. ...
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