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As China sneezes, this is how the govt can protect India Inc

A govt-industry task force must be set up to to tackle the situation and avoid industry closures.

cox kings ltd q4 results

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Banks get no respite as Q3 slippages rise

State Bank of India saw its slippages — new bad loans — almost double sequentially to Rs 16,525 crore. Likewise, Axis Bank recognised slippages of Rs 6,214 crore in the December quarter. Kotak Mahindra Bank put new additions in bad loans at Rs 1,062 crore in the third quarter.

PwC to do forensic audit of Cox & Kings

As per the company’s most recent annual report of 2018, total debt stood at Rs 3,983 crore. The banke...

Cox & Kings Financial gives up NBFC licence

Cox & Kings Financial Service had announced after its board meeting on September 13 that it has d...

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