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Thursday, September 18, 2003
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SCI may not see sell-off hurdles
WHILE the Supreme Court judgment in the disinvestment of HPCL and BPCL has cast its shadow on the Government's privatisation programme, it is unlikely to affect the sale of Shipping Corporation of India (SCI), which was incorporated under the ... More

S&P sees positive trends
INTERNATIONAL ratings services, Standard & Poor's on Wednesday said the "generally positive trends have become apparent in the third quarter of 2003" in Asian countries, including India. The comments are contained in a review of Asia-Pacific ... More

Oil marketing cos looking forward to price reduction
WITH crude oil prices dropping to a four-month low, hovering in the range of $27 per barrel, public sector oil marketing companies will have to undertake a reduction in prices of petrol and diesel if this southward price trend continues till ... More

Beware! SEBI can track you by your fingerprints
IF you're a participant in the securities market, you may soon be tracked and identified by your fingerprints. The Securities and Exchange Board of India is understood to be working on a system that enables fingerprint identification of all ... More

Fallout of SC verdict on HPCL, BPCL divestment — Finance Ministry allays fears over fiscal deficit target
PUTTING up a brave front, the Finance Ministry today said that it was premature to conclude that the Supreme Court's ruling against privatisation of HPCL and BPLC without seeking Parliamentary approval would lead to slippages in the Centre's ... More

Kiran, Komal join the board of SWC, SABMiller joint venture
THE Jumbo Group has booked a seat for the two daughters of the late Manu Chhabria on the board of Shaw Wallace's joint venture with SABMiller. Ms Kiran Chhabria, the youngest among the three daughters of the Chhabria estate, who has had no ... More


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