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Thursday, May 01, 2003
Pay dirt from iron ore
A WHOLE LOT of issues will have to be sorted out by the Centre and the iron ore producing States if the country is to cash in on the improved export prospects for the mineral highlighted in recent reports on the strengthening global demand, ... More
Monitary and Credit Policy 2003-04 Contra-indicated prescriptions
Everything in the RBI's Credit Policy appears predicated to the government's borrowing needs. For, nothing else explains the Bank Rate and CRR cut in the current milieu. But, then, the RBI's policy pronouncements in the last seven-eight years have be en marked by such contradictions says A. Seshan. More
Exim Policy 2003-04 Can it help sustain export growth?
The modified Exim Policy (2003-04) can be considered exporter-friendly and oriented towards carrying second-generation trade policy reforms further in line with the WTO stipulations. Conversely, many observe that it has failed to give the required p ush to sustain the high growth of exports. More
The driver's seat
IT WAS Day 10 of the recent truckers' strike. The normally busy transporters yard close to Thiruvananthapuram's bustling Chalai market was quiet. Some two dozen trucks of different sizes were packed into it, their engines silent and their cargo ... More
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