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Wednesday, February 04, 2004
Industry hails interim budget
NEW DELHI, FEB. 3. The Indian industry today welcomed the Interim Budget saying that it would further boost an upbeat economic sentiment. All the leading associations representing the industry including the Confederation of Indian Industry (CII), ...
Tea, shipping units to benefit
MUMBAI, FEB. 3.The interim budget 2004 presented by the Union Finance Minister, Jaswant Singh, and his indication that India has emerged as a major global economic power, has elicited a positive response from Indian industry. Homi Khusrokhan, ...
No cheer for bourses
MUMBAI, FEB. 3.Agriculture and farming is alien to the Indian stock markets and a budget (albeit an interim budget) that gave thrust to these failed to enthuse market participants. Moving in an intra-day range of 165 points, the Bombay Stock ...
Budget silent on job creation - AITUC
NEW DELHI, FEB. 3.The All India Trade Union Congress (AITUC) has described the interim budget as a statement of intents as nothing concrete had been said in it for eradicating poverty and unemployment. "It is a political statement that has been ...
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