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Thursday, October 07, 2004
Germany keen to boost bilateral trade
NEW DELHI, OCT. 6.Germany today exuded confidence that its trade with India could be doubled to 10 billion euro in the next six years but said that the Indian bureaucracy would have to become more efficient if the desired growth in trade and ...
Haldia Petro plans overseas equity issue
KOLKATA, OCT. 6 .The Haldia Petrochemicals Ltd (HPL) is planning to tap the overseas equity market for its proposed initial public offering. Sources told The Hindu that the exact proportion that would be offered to foreign investors ...
UTI Retirement Plan declares bonus
NEW DELHI, OCT. 6.UTI Retirement Benefit Plan (UTI-RBP) has declared a bonus in the ratio of 1.5 units for every ten units held of face value of Rs.10 each. The record date for the bonus is October 29, stated a UTI Mutual Fund news release. ...
Sensex drops 45 points on profit taking
MUMBAI, OCT. 6. The market fell sharply after midsession and ended down by another 45 points due to fairly heavy sell-off by domestic financial institutions and operators coupled with a sudden slowdown in foreign institutional investor ...
LG sets up unit in Pune
MUMBAI, OCT. 6.LG Electronics India has announced the operations of its second greenfield facility at Ranjangaon in Pune today. This plant is in addition to the current manufacturing facility at Greater Noida in Uttar Pradesh. A wholly owned ...
New versions of Toyota Camry launched
BANGALORE, OCT. 6.Toyota Kirloskar Motor Private Limited (TKM), maker of the popular Qualis multi-purpose vehicle (MPV), aims to reach sales of 1,200 Camry cars for this calendar year, the company's Vice Chairman, Vikram Kirloskar, told reporters ...
NTPC offer opens today
MUMBAI, OCT. 6.The bidding for the National Thermal Power Corporation's (NTPC) mega initial public offer (IPO) for 86.58 crore equity shares with a price band of Rs. 52-62 per share will open tomorrow. The bidding under a 100 per cent book-built ...
IOC to step up retail investment
COIMBATORE: Indian Oil Corporation has proposed to step up its investment in retail vending to a tune of Rs. 1,600 crores all over India and Tamil Nadu would get a share of nearly Rs. 145 crores, the Director (Marketing) of IOC, N. G. Kannan, ...
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