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Friday, August 15, 2003
Investor protection guidelines tightened
MUMBAI, AUG. 14. In a move to keep off fly-by-night operators, the Securities and Exchange Board of India today tightened its disclosure and investor protection (DIP) guidelines, making it necessary for companies to have minimum net tangible ...
Pak. market regulator seeks SEBI help
MUMBAI, AUG. 14. The Securities and Exchange Commission of Pakistan (SECP) has evinced interest in sending its officials for skill development and training to its Indian counterpart SEBI and also study the system of dynamic margining for stock ...
'Arbitrage not to influence NRI funds'
MUMBAI, AUG. 14. The Reserve Bank of India Governor, Bimal Jalan, today said that `arbitrage' per se was unlikely to have been a primary factor in influencing remittances or investment decisions by non-resident Indians (NRIs) or foreign entities ...
Rolls-Royce to expand business in South
KOCHI, AUG. 14. Global major Rolls-Royce which supplies military engines under licence to Hindustan Aeronautics, Bangalore, is all set to expand its presence there. In an interview here today, the Managing Director, Tim Jones, said his company ...
Intel initiative in grid computing
MUMBAI, AUG. 14. The grid computing and high performance computing (HPC) movement in India is receiving a major nudge from leading chipmaker Intel Inc. These are perceived as the next big wave in distributed computing and Intel is partnering ...
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