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Resistance over the sale of a national asset in Zimbabwe could yet derail Essar's Africa foray A bankrupt state-owned steel mill, an Indian industrial conglomerate, and a divided government comprise the cast of Zimbabwe's biggest privatisation deal
Beijing will build four power centers by the end of 2014 to replace coal with natural gas in heating and power generation, municipal authorities said Saturday. Construction of the centers is part of the city's efforts to optimize energy mix and
Chief executive believes sitting on cement laurels won't give you piles of cash. Constructive: PPC chief Ketso Gordhan has shown his faith in the company by recently spending about R13-million on shares in the cement conglomerate. (Oupa Nkosi, M&G)
Without a better understanding of inflation, policymakers are shooting in the dark and could end up making costly policy mistakes with huge unwanted consequences. India's inflation has been persistently high and has risen in the last five years to
Government's rice procurement declined marginally by 3 per cent to 34.1 million tonnes in the 2012-13 marketing year that ended last month due to sluggish purchases from Andhra Pradesh and Tamil Nadu. Consequently, rice procurement fell short of the
Saleable steel production registered a growth of 4 percent with a production of 6.5 million tonnes in Apr-Sept.'13, making it the highest ever H-1 production of saleable steel. Rourkela Steel Plant in Aug during H-1 and is under stabilization...
Coal India Ltd (CIL), on Monday, closed the first-half of current fiscal with a production of 200.5 million tonnes, which was 4.7 per cent higher than the same period in the previous year. Aided mostly by Orissa-based Mahanadi Coalfields, production
And in an interview with Lateline last week he quoted figures to back up the claim. "The strange thing about the carbon tax was that emissions went up, not down, from 560 to 637 million tonnes," Mr Hunt said...The carbon price "doesn't work", "doesn'
The department of economic affairs (DEA) is lobbying with Iran for a memorandum of understanding on rupee payments. The ministry of petroleum is keen to prune the oil import bill by about $8.47 billion through 100 per cent rupee payment to Iran set
The main business income of China's petrochemical industry grew 9.9 percent to 6.60 trillion yuan ($1.07 trillion) in the first seven months of 2013, said the country's top economic planner on Wednesday...January to August reached 317.16 million