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PMO likely to discuss Posco with Odisha government today

PMO likely to discuss Posco with Odisha government today

25 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The Prime Minister's Office is likely to take up the issue of steel giant Posco's proposed USD 10.5-billion integrated steel plant in Jagatsinghpur with the Odisha government and the company officials today.

PMO,   Posco,   Odisha government,   steel giant,   FDI,   Latest Business News,  
Onion prices rise to Rs 60 per kg in wholesale market

Onion prices rise to Rs 60 per kg in wholesale market

24 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Wholesale onion prices today increased to Rs 60 per kg at Azadpur market in the national capital despite improved supplies on account of imports from neighbouring countries.

Onion price,   wholesale market,   Azadpur mandi,   Surender Budhiraja,   retail markets,   Latest Business News,  
Market crash dampens mood for Indian Oil stake sale

Market crash dampens mood for Indian Oil stake sale

24 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The carnage in the global equities market had its effect on stake sale in the state-run oil refiner-retailer Indian Oil Corporation that was subscribed around 55 percent, four hours after bidding began at 9:15 pm.

Indian Oil Corporation,   retail investors,   oil refining and marketing,   BSE Sensex,   latest business news,  
Wholesale onion prices jump to Rs 57 per kg at Lasalgaon

Wholesale onion prices jump to Rs 57 per kg at Lasalgaon

22 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Wholesale onion prices today rose to Rs 57 per kg at Lasalgaon in Maharashtra, Asia's biggest onion market, which could further spike retail prices in most parts of the country adding to consumers' woes.

onion price,   wholesale,   Lasalgaon,   NHRDF,   retail price,   Latest Business News,  
Deutsche Bank mulling selling India <strong>retail</strong> operations: Report

Deutsche Bank mulling selling India retail operations: Report

20 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Deutsche Bank is mulling selling its retail operations in the country as it undergoes a massive restructuring plan, as media reported.

Deutsche Bank,   selling,   retail operations,   banking business,   Financial Year 2015,   Latest World News,  
Centre hikes onion MEP to USD 700 per tonne to check price rise

Centre hikes onion MEP to USD 700 per tonne to check price rise

22 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The government today hiked the minimum export price of onions sharply by USD 275 per tonne to curb shipments and boost domestic supply to control spiraling retail prices that have touched up to Rs 80 per kg.

Centre,   Onion MEP,   Price rise of Onion,   Government,   Domestic supply,   Retail prices,   Latest Business News,  
No immediate plan for <strong>FDI</strong> in coffee, rubber plantation: Government, India China trade

No immediate plan for FDI in coffee, rubber plantation: Government, India China trade

19 Aug 2015

New Delhi: The government today said there is no 'immediate plan' to permit foreign direct investment in the country's coffee and rubber plantation sector.

FDI,   coffee,   rubber plantation,   foreign direct investment,   national rubber policy,   latest business news,  
Coffee stocks up as government weighs <strong>FDI</strong> in its plantation

Coffee stocks up as government weighs FDI in its plantation

18 Aug 2015

Mumbai: Coffee stocks today surged up to 12 percent as the government considers allowing foreign direct investment (FDI) in the commodity's plantation sector.

Coffee stocks,   foreign investment,   coffee exports,   Tata Global Beverages,   latest bussiness news,  
Andhra Bank to raise Rs 3,000 crore in FY16: MD

Andhra Bank to raise Rs 3,000 crore in FY16: MD

19 Aug 2015

Chennai: State run Andhra Bank plans to raise Rs 3,000 crore through various instruments including Qualified Institutional Placements as part of meeting its capital requirement, a top official said today.

Andhra Bank,   Qualified Institutional Placements,   retail loan portfolio,   Satish Kumar Kalra,   latest business news,  
<strong>Retail</strong> inflation hits multi-year low of 3.78 percent in July

Retail inflation hits multi-year low of 3.78 percent in July

12 Aug 2015

New Delhi: Retail inflation fell to multi-year low of 3.78 percent in July on account of cheaper food prices, including of vegetables, fruits and cereals. The retail inflation based on Consumer Price Index (CPI) was at 5.40 percent in June 2015. In July 2014, CPI based retail inflation was as high as 7.39 percent.

Retail inflation,   Retail,   Food prices,   vegetables,   fruits,   Consumer Price Index,   CPI,   Latest Business News,  

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