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Sri Lanka seeks USD 500-mn loan from India for fuel purchases amid forex crisis

Sri Lanka Cabinet has approved seeking a 500 Million Dollar loan from the Exim Bank of India for the purchase of petroleum products

Time to focus on value-added exports: Piyush Goyal

Piyush Goyal said that despite supply chains having been strained amid global challenges, we have done exceedingly well in terms of exports and other parameters

Export duty on low-grade iron ore to have adverse ramifications: Miners’ body

Miners body FIMI on Monday sought to withdraw the government's decision to impose the export duty on low-grade iron ore

RBI constitutes panel to review customer service in banks, NBFCs

RBI has set up a committee to evaluate the efficacy, adequacy and quality of customer service in banks, NBFCs, and other entities

WEF Chief Economists warn of dire human consequences from global economy fragmentation

WEF's Chief Economists Outlook report on Monday warned of dire human consequences from the fragmentation of the global economy

ONGC becomes 1st downstream company to trade domestic gas on Indian Gas Exchange

Maharatns oil PSU, ONGC has become the first exploration and production (E&P) company in India to trade domestic gas on Indian Gas Exchange

These TATA companies to install 7 MWp solar rooftop expansion project in Pune

Tata Power & Tata Motors have joined hands for the development of a 7 MWp solar rooftop project at Tata Motors’ Passenger Vehicle Plant in Pune

CREDAI, NAREDCO expect steel prices to come down after govt’s measures

Realtors' bodies CREDAI and NAREDCO have hailed the government's measures to bring down the prices of steel and cement

Steel prices likely to fall by up to 15% in domestic market: EEPC

Steel product prices, which were continuously rising in the domestic market, are expected to fall by 10-15% due to duty-related measures taken by the government

Non-payment of TDS not a ground for initiation of insolvency process: NCLAT

NCLAT has held that dues on account of non-payment of TDS can’t be a ground to initiate insolvency proceedings against any company

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