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Success Story of KVIC

A Record year for KVIC: Rs 10193.34 Crores Turnover, 14.39 % Growth and 66.45 lakhs New Jobs The Soft Hearted Giant  KVIC has now beaten the best among the consumer giants in size and proved that growth can be achieved by...

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Say No To Rupee Convertibility

Government of India is proceeding step-by-step toward making the rupee fully convertible into foreign currencies. That would make it possible for Indian citizens to buy dollars for capital investment in the New York Stock...

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Next WTO head will not be European

The next head of the World Trade Organization will certainly come from somewhere other than Europe, EU Trade Commissioner Karel De Gucht said . Pascal Lamy, a French national who has served two four-year terms as WTO director...

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FDI Inflows Will Rebound, Really?

UNCTAD has pointed out in the World Investment Report 2003 that FDI inflows to the developing countries have fallen from $246 billion in 2000 to $162 billion in 2002. UNCTAD predicts that FDI flows will stabilise in 2003, and...

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India Shall be Built by us, not by the US

Without Foreign Direct Investment of $ 10 billions every year, we cannot achieve 8% growth’, said an ´expert’. He wanted the full opening of the country to FDI. See what is happening today. We are actually growing when FDI is...

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WTO: Dispute Settlement

WTO HEARINGS ON ZEROING DISPUTE OPENED TO THE PUBLIC At the request of the parties in the dispute “United States — Continued Existence and Application of Zeroing Methodology” (DS350), the Panel has agreed to start its meeting...

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The Moment of Truth

Pascal Lamy Forgive this brief intrusion into your busy days, but I thought it prudent to update you on our Doha Round negotiations in advance of your meeting later this month in Geneva. Each of you has informed me that your...

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