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Thursday, June 06, 2002
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ACCOUNTING STANDARDS


Good-bye ROI, hello EVA
ON May 2, Mr B. Muthuraman, Managing Director, Tata Steel, unveiled the company's "Vision 2007" statement, the highlight of which was the company's move towards becoming an economic value-adding company within the next five years. Does this mean ... More

EDITORIAL


Tackling evasion
IT IS ABOUT a week since the Finance Minister, Mr Yashwant Sinha, put the Income-Tax Department on notice and expressed concern about the low tax collections. And palpable results are audible, if not visible. An analysis by the Central Board of ... More

ACCOUNTANCY


Before cracks become chasms
THEY do everything bigger in Texas — even the bankruptcies. Enron's crash has demonstrated to the markets that size is no impediment to failure. And, more significantly, it shows that the presence of hotshot auditors is no guarantee that ... More

Sense of proportion
CONSIDER a scenario where a company has five directors and Group A has 51 per cent of the shares and Group B the remaining 49 per cent. In the absence of a system of proportional representation, all the five directors can be the nominees of Group ... More

Miffed member
THERE is a mail in my inbox from a reader, Mr S. Natarajan of Bangalore. He has cited at least three instances that merit the attention of the CA Institute. In brief, these relate to the language of fee reminder notice, empanelment for bank ... More

WTO


US throws spanner in Doha Round
THE BUSH Administration does not practise what it preaches. Washington under successive administrations has flouted multilateral rules and discipline at will, because it has regards itself as being above all nations, which can dictate ... More

IT-ENABLED SERVICES


IT-enabled services market -- Unlimited opportunities lie ahead
THE information technology enabled services (ITeSs) market is emerging as a key business opportunity for the export-driven IT software and services segment. Nasscom (National Association of Software and Service Companies) projects global ... More

LETTERS


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    Chennai Container Terminal issue -- Ministry stays clear of P&O-TAMP face-off

    `Dramatic turnaround' for Tata Engg in Q4

    In Depth
    Gender Justice
    Simple Economics
    Guide to derivatives

    Looking back
    May. 26-Jun. 1
    Challenges before the Railways

    `Counter religious divide with economic progress' -- Mr Abraham Koshy, IIM, Ahmedabad

    Water privatisation -- Torrent of trouble

    Why India lags in wealth generation

    Prepaying external debt: Quite necessary


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