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OVERSEAS BORROWINGS


Reliance to raise $250 m via syndicated loan
RELIANCE Industries Ltd (RIL) has re-entered the offshore debt markets with a mandate for a fresh 5-year $250 million multi-currency syndicated loan. The mandate for this transaction has been awarded to six of RIL's relationship banks. This ... More

CCL Products gets shareholders' nod for FCCB issue
THE shareholders of CCL Products (India) Ltd, formerly known as Continental Coffee Ltd, have at the extraordinary general meeting held on Friday approved a resolution to raise funds to the tune of $20 million through issue of foreign currency ... More

MERGERS & ACQUISITIONS


Grasim plans to acquire Canadian pulp mill
GRASIM Industries said it plans to acquire the Canada-based St Anne Nackawic Pulp Mill in partnership with Tembec Inc. Grasim will invest Rs 32 crore to acquire 45 per cent in the 750-tonnes-a-day company. The Grasim-Tembec joint venture ... More

NEW PROJECTS


Gamesa Pioneer to invest Rs 100 cr to make wind turbines
GAMESA Pioneer Wind India Pvt Ltd., a joint venture between Gamesa Eolica of Spain, a leading manufacturer of wind turbines, and the Pioneer Asia group of Sivakasi, Tamil Nadu, will invest about Rs 100 crore in a facility to manufacture wind ... More

ALLIANCES & JOINT VENTURES


Ipca Labs forms 50:50 venture with Chinese co
IPCA Laboratories has entered into a 50:50 joint venture with Chongqing Holley Holding Co Ltd of China to market artemisinin-based active pharmaceutical ingredients and its formulations across the world. Bulk drugs and formulations required by ... More

OUTLOOK


Cost saving measures to help bottomline growth: Hind Lever
HINDUSTAN Lever Ltd, which reported a 14.58-per cent decline in its first quarter profit-after-tax (before exceptional items) to Rs 258.72 crore, expects its actions on cost reduction, judicial pricing and strengthening of brands to help towards ... More

PERFORMANCE


Tube Investments rides on strong demand in auto sector, exports
TUBE Investments of India Ltd, a Murugappa group company, has exploited the strong demand in auto sector and exports to sustain its performance during 2004-05 and plans to double its tube making capacity. According to a press release from the ... More

PEOPLE


Chaba named GM India President
GENERAL Motors Asia Pacific on Friday announced that it would appoint Mr Rajeev Chaba as the President and Managing Director of its India unit, replacing Mr Aditya Vij. Mr Chaba, who is the Chief Operating Officer of General Motors India Ltd, ... More
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