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Global financial market losses at $50 tln, says ADB (Cached) 10.3.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
The global financial crisis slashed the value of financial assets worldwide by $50 trillion last year, a study commissioned by the Asian Development Bank said on Monday.
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Global economy to shrink for first time after World War-II (Cached) 10.3.2009 Financial Express: Front Page
The global economy is likely to shrink for the first time since World War II, with growth at least five percentage points below potential and is also likely to have long-term implications for developing countries, the World Bank has said.
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Crusade of the water warriors (Cached) 10.3.2009 Hindu: Book Review
The fierce global justice movement to resist corporate control of a resource that everyone has a right to
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Global markets lost $ 50 trillion (Cached) 10.3.2009 Hindu: Business
NEW DELHI: The ongoing global financial crisis slashed the value of financial assets across the world by a whopping $50 trillion in 2008 and the hardest hit was the developing Asian market among other emerging regions, a study by ...
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‘South Asian nations can weather the crisis’ (Cached) 10.3.2009 Hindu: Business
Scope for further reduction of interest rates in India
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NHAI mulls road safety zone in Uttar Pradesh (Cached) 10.3.2009 HBL: Logistics
Chennai, March 9 A road safety zone (RSZ) concept that will integrate several systems, including an emergency response system, operated from a central control centre (CCC) is to be implemented for a road section of about 120 km between Jhansi and
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Scope for more rate cuts in India, Sri Lanka: ADB study (Cached) 10.3.2009 HBL: Industry & Economy
New Delhi, March 9 South-Asian countries can weather the global financial crisis by taking both short- and long-term measures to stimulate their economies, says a new study commissioned by the Asian Development Bank (ADB).
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Fears of protectionism as India's exports dip: World Bank (Cached) 9.3.2009 New Kerala: Business India
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'Over five lakh people in India lose jobs in three months' (Cached) 9.3.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
'Over five lakh people in India lose jobs in three months'
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Satyam effect: ADB study stresses on family-run business monitoring (Cached) 9.3.2009 ET: Indicators

India ranked fifth among the six nations in South Asian countries in terms of 'Ease of Doing Business' and 122nd in the world. India's biggest wealth creators

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Fears of protectionism as India's exports dip: World Bank (Cached) 9.3.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Fears of protectionism as India's exports dip: World Bank
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Satyam effect: ADB study stresses on family run business monitoring (Cached) 9.3.2009 Hindu: Breaking News
Satyam effect: ADB study stresses on family run business monitoring
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Global economy will shrink in 2009: WB (Cached) 9.3.2009 Financial Express
Global economy will shrink in 2009: WB
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India loses 5 lakh jobs in 3 months (Cached) 9.3.2009 Financial Express
India loses 5 lakh jobs in 3 months
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Developing world may need $700 bn: WB (Cached) 9.3.2009 Financial Express
Developing world may need $700 bn: WB
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‘Global financial market loses $50 trillion’ (Cached) 9.3.2009 Financial Express
‘Global financial market loses $50 trillion’
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Global economy to shrink, India loses half a million jobs (Cached) 9.3.2009 New Indian Express
Global economy to shrink, India loses half a million jobs
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Global financial market losses $50 trillion (Cached) 9.3.2009 New Indian Express
Global financial market losses $50 trillion
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$50,000,000,000,000 down the drain (Cached) 9.3.2009 Rediff: Business
The global financial crisis slashed the value of financial assets worldwide by a massive $50 trillion last year, with developing Asia suffering more than other emerging market regions.
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India next to US in anti-dumping measures (Cached) 9.3.2009 Rediff: Business
With protectionism emerging as a major threat to the global trade flow, data compiled by World Bank shows that India is next only to the US in terms of new anti-dumping measures imposed by their respective governments.
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