Ships Recycling Bill sails through in Rajya Sabha
The Bill, passed by the Lok Sabha last week, will make for India’s accession to the Hong Kong Convention that enlists environmentally sound conditions of ship recycling. Till now only the guidelines of the SC passed in 2013, as code on hazardous waste management were being followed. Those guidelines have been dovetailed with The Hong Kong Convention 2009.
Goyal says tit for tat to countries discriminating with Indian companies
"When we took the stand not to be a part of RCEP, one of the major s...
Duggal may be chairman of Shriram Group Companies, again
Shriram Capital is the holding company for the financial services and insurance enti...
IBC to be amended to protect new owners of bankrupt companies
The Cabinet is likely to approve relevant changes to the three-year-old Insolvency and Bankruptcy Code at the earliest. This will bring much-needed confidence to buyers of distressed assets, acquirers who were otherwise wary about the over-reach of the investigative authorities. Amendments to the IBC, which came into effect in December 2016, will require eventual parliamentary approval.
Mobile companies seek review of duty on parts as imports from Vietnam soar
India has imported mobile phone components worth more than $1 billion from Vietnam — with which India has a free trade agreement (FTA) —in the first half of this fiscal alone, compared to $800 million in the whole of 2018-19 and just over $600 million in FY18, an industry association of companies making handset in India has informed the government.
Equity market rewards companies with good consolidated numbers. Here are 4 such stocks
Standalone numbers of companies operating with subsidiaries can present an incomplete picture. Markets reward companies that perform better as a group. Consolidated numbers provide a better picture of a group’s strengths or weaknesses.
Suraksha Realty hopeful of getting favourable vote of lenders, home buyers on Jaypee bid
A Committee of Creditors (CoC) on Saturday decided that home buyers and lenders of Jaypee Infratech will vote on the bids of state-owned NBCC Ltd and private sector firm Suraksha Realty at the same time.
Onion ships coming next week, Amit Shah told
Earlier, finance minister Nirmala Sitharaman informed Parliament that the government has taken steps to rein in onion prices and has initiated steps to improve technology for its better storage. On Thursday, opposition parties staged a protest over the rising onion prices in the Parliament premises.
Yamaha's BS-VI compliant YZF-R15 3.0 model comes to India, starting at Rs 1.45 lakh
The bike will be available in three colour options.
India Inc foreign borrowings jump over two-fold to $3.41 billion in Oct
Indian cos had raised $1.41 billion in borrowings from overseas markets in October 2018.
How companies can manage the ‘brand slowdown’
The slowdown is not as much of a worry as is the perception of the slowdown. Perception is a reasonable multiple of the actual slowdown that is biting our markets currently.
Taxpayers need to be careful while assessing provisions in tax laws
This ordinance provided for significant tax cuts for domestic companies.
Live your 'Ford Vs Ferrari' dream: Superformance GT40 offers the real-time experience, literally, at $180K
A 2017 Ford GT sold for $1.815 million at Mecum’s auction in Indiana in 2018.
Sudarshan Chemical back on the radar of institutional investors
Existing capacity utilisation is north of 70 per cent.
Facebook sues Chinese company over ad fraud
Facebook blamed ILikeAd Media International Company and two individuals associated with the company — Chen Xiao Cong and Huang Tao — for the fraud. The defendants deceived people into installing malware available on the Internet. This malware then enabled the defendants to compromise people’s Facebook accounts and run deceptive ads promoting items.
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