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Buddha shakes off socialism, embraces capitalism 4.1.2008 The Statesman
Buddha shakes off socialism, embraces capitalism
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HP CEO is Businessperson of 2007 4.1.2008 New Indian Express
HP CEO is Businessperson of 2007
Tata Steel, SAIL form venture for coal mining 4.1.2008 Hindu: Business
Cooperation may extend to other areas of mutual interest
Steel cos scout for coking coal assets abroad 4.1.2008 ET: Steel
The special purpose vehicle (SPV) formed by PSU biggies - SAIL, NTPC, Rashtriya Ispat Nigam (RINL), National Mineral Development (NMDC) and Coal India (CIL) - have appointed an investment banker to assist them in scouting for prospective coking coal assets abroad.
Volatile movement 4.1.2008 HBL: Markets
Thursday’s trading activity witnessed volatile movement. The sentiment reading of the tradable counters changed to bullish. Bear move on Friday is likely to change the sentiment reading in their favour. On the contrary, the current ...
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Fresh boost for Tata group in UK with Ford deal 4.1.2008 HBL: Corporate
Mumbai, Jan. 3 The Land Rover-Jaguar deal is expected to reinforce the United Kingdom as the key overseas destination for the Tata Group. The UK is already the largest overseas market for the group, contributing 15 per cent of group’s ...
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SAIL, Tata Steel in 50:50 pact to mine coal blocks 4.1.2008 HBL: Industry & Economy
To secure assured supplies to meet increasing needs
Tata, SAIL form JV to mine coal 4.1.2008 ndtv.business
The state-owned Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) and Tata Steel will jointly undertake coal mining in India. They agreed here Thursday to set up a
We also magnify steel 3.1.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
When Tata Steel ran its legendary ad campaign announcing that "We also make steel", the country sat up and applauded.
SAIL, Tata JV for coal mining 3.1.2008 Financial Express: Front Page
The country's top two steel producers Steel Authority of India Ltd and Tata Steel on Thursday signed an agreement for setting up a 50:50 joint venture for coal mining within India.
Tata Steel, SAIL form coal mining JV 3.1.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
In continuing the trend of mergers and acquisitions in the domestic steel sector...
Lakshmi Mittal, Ratan Tata, Mukesh among Businesspersons of 2007 3.1.2008 The Indian Express -- Front Page
Mark Hurd, CEO of the world's largest technology company Hewlett-Packard...
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SAIL, Tata join hands to mine coal 3.1.2008 Asian Age: Business
By OUR CORRESPONDENT New Delhi, Jan. 3: Steel Authority of India Limited (SAIL) and Tata Steel on Thursday signed an agreement to form a joint venture company for coal mining in India. Both SAIL and Tata Steel will hold 50 per cent stake each in the JV. SAIL chairman, Mr S.K. Roongta, said that the JV has identified four coking coal blocks in Jharkhand with reserves of around 600 million tonnes and these blocks are under evaluation by a joint working group of both the companies. He said that on allotment of blocks, the JV will develop and carry out mining operations for the captive use of SAIL and Tata Steel. Mr Roongta said that both the companies are expanding their steel making capacities and require to secure sources of raw material like ...
Tata Steel, SAIL team up to search for coal 3.1.2008 Mint: Latest
To protect themselves from new investors in the sector, unlikely partnerships such as this are being formed
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Tata Steel, SAIL form JV for coal mining 3.1.2008 Business Standard
Tata Steel, SAIL form JV for coal mining
HP's Hurd beats Ambani, Tata and Mittal 3.1.2008 Financial Express
HP's Hurd beats Ambani, Tata and Mittal
Tata Steel, SAIL join hands to mine coal 3.1.2008 DNA: Money
The state-owned SAIL and Tata Steel will jointly undertake coal mining in India. They agreed to set up a joint venture company for this purpose.
Tata Steel, SAIL join hands to mine coal 3.1.2008 India E-News: Asia
The state-owned Steel Authority of India Ltd (SAIL) and Tata Steel will jointly undertake coal mining in India. They agreed here Thursday to set up a joint venture company for this purpose.
SAIL, Tata Steel form JV to buy coal blocks 3.1.2008 Sify Finance
Tata Steel and state-run Steel Authority of India Ltd have formed an equal joint venture to acquire and develop coal blocks in India, the two companies said in a statement on Thursday.
SAIL, Tata Steel form JV to buy coal blocks 3.1.2008 Mint: Latest
SAIL’s chairman S.K. Roongta and Tata Steel’s managing director B. Muthuraman signed the agreement
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