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Excel demerger move set to boost agro-chemical export prospects
EXCEL Industries Ltd's move to demerge its agro-chemical division into a separate entity and induct a strategic investor is expected to boost its export prospects in the area of agro-chemicals. The induction of Australia-based Nufarm Limited ... More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS


ICICI arm, L&T in race for EPIL stakes
ICICI Venture, a wholly-owned subsidiary of ICICI Ltd, is among the various corporations which have bid for the 74 per cent stake in the public sector Engineering Projects India Ltd (EPIL). The Central Government holds 90 per cent ... More

ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES


Motorola, HP may strike deals with Reliance Comm
CLOSE on the heels of Qualcomm's strategic equity investment in Reliance Communications Ltd (RCL), two other ``big fish'' - Motorola and Hewlett-Packard - are likely to strike similar multi-million dollar deals with the telecom arm of ... More

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TTK group aims to shed flab and flex its muscles
`Our research shows that NRIs do a lot of transactions in India in their effort to maintain links with the country and there exists a need for a professional organisation to meet their service needs here. We are offering services in healthcare, finan cial, legal, property and some special services.' More

OUTLOOK


Honda Siel `to break even this fiscal'
HONDA Siel Cars India Ltd would break even this financial year, selling about 10,000 cars, after which it is aiming for a marginal growth in sales in 2002-03, a top company official has said. Honda Siel is also conducting feasibility studies ... More

PERFORMANCE


Batata posts fastest growth at 133 pc
THE Birla-Tata-AT&T combine (Batata) has emerged as the fastest growing group in 2001 as per the Cellular Operators Association of India (COAI), registering a growth of 133 per cent as against the industry growth of 72 per cent. With a total ... More

ANNOUNCEMENTS


VIA Tech plans to offer `affordable' PCs -- To set up New Delhi office by March
CHIPS set major VIA Technologies Inc of Taiwan, has identified India and China as markets with huge potential for low-priced, entry-level personal computers. With a view to meeting the PC needs of the burgeoning price-sensitive, middle-class ... More

L&T, Grasim joint study to cut production cost
CEMENT majors Larsen & Toubro Ltd and Grasim Industries Ltd have initiated a joint study to find out ways of reducing production cost. This is stated to create a synergy, to begin with, in the operations of the two companies. According to Mr ... More

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