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Monday, January 17, 2005
New policy benefits only incidental
Consumers benefit from the policy changes in telecom and civil aviation. But the benefits are incidental at present, says C. R. L. Narasimhan.
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WEEK IN FINANCIAL MARKETS
Bourses remain in correction mode
THE STOCK markets continued to witness persistent selling last week despite encouraging quarterly results by corporates. Foreign institutional investors slowed down their purchases significantly for the second week in succession. There were ...
TAX FORUM QUESTIONS & ANSWERS
Foreign contributions for tsunami relief: regulations are relaxed
QUESTION: Voluntary agencies are able to mobilise funds from non-residents for tsunami relief. Some of the institutions would like to undertake relief by themselves, while others would like to channelise the same through the relief funds ...
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