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NewsApp NewsApp (Free) Read news as it happens Available on Rediff News All News T he Reserve Bank of India has raised the foreign institutional investors' sub-limit in government bonds by $5 billion, after the existing $20-billion limit was
NewsApp NewsApp (Free) Read news as it happens Available on Rediff News All News D ubai-based low cost airline flydubai will operate direct flights to Mumbai from October 28, bringing the total number of destinations served by the carrier in
S ome of the significant acquisitions ones in recent years have been in the oil and gas space, its chosen area of focus, and in the key markets of America and Europe. Business Standard had reported in April that Wipro, whose financial performance has
T here's almost no economic measure by which we are not better off today than we were when I came into office -- that 52 straight months of job growth; 10 million jobs created; this past year, the biggest drop in unemployment in 30 years," he argued.
H elped by the government's budget moves and the Reserve Bank's (RBI's) recent notification on affordable housing, the big names in the segment are gearing for new project launches. An investment of Rs 5,000 crore (Rs 50 billion) is estimated for the
Local carrier TransAsia Airways (6702) shares plummeted to its daily trading limits at NT$11.1 per share in Thursday's opening session after its Flight GE 222, an ATR-72 aircraft, crashed during an emergency landing in Penghu a day earlier, killing
Investment advisory firm Goldman Sachs has become lukewarm about the Indian markets. The US-based brokerage house said Indian market valuations have become less compelling and the next leg of the market rally won't be as sharp as the first half of
Australia had reduced overseas direct aid (ODA) when it was one of the richest nations in the world. "The Australian government promised to increase ODA to 0.5 per cent (of GDP)," Geldof said. "The Australian people gave their word to the poorest
India brings in growth for Apple; sales of iPad up 45% Share More For the third quarter results ended June, Apple reported 45% growth in year-on-year sales of iPads in India. Apple's top management acknowledged in the earnings call that strong demand
Taipei, July 24 (CNA) J.P. Morgan Chase & Co., the second-largest U.S. mortgage lender, raised its forecast for Taiwan's gross domestic product (GDP) growth in 2014 to 3.8 percent from 3.5 percent Thursday on the back of strong economic data in June.