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Govt to further liberalise FDI policy:


Pranab
04-03-2011
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee
today said the government is
considering further liberalisation of
FDI policy for meeting the
ambitious USD one trillion fund
requirement in the next five years
for infrastructure development.
"Discussions are underway to also
liberalise the FDI policy,"
Mukherjee said at an IIF event
here. The move comes in the
backdrop of a slowdown in the
foreign dire
India can be a $5 trillion
economy by 2025: Mukesh Ambani

04-03-2011
The power packed conference at
the Institute of International
Finance Summit had
Reliance Chairman Mukesh Ambani
and Citigroup CEO Vikram Pandit in
conversation with KV Kamath, the
Non-Executive Chairman of ICICI
Bank, playing the moderator. Both
Mukesh Ambani and Vikram Pandit
spoke on what they think of the
India story, and the global
economy. Ambani firmly believes
that India
Nectar Lifesciences targets Rs
1300cr revenues in FY12
04-03-2011
In an interview with CNBC-TV18,
Dinesh Dua, CEO of Nectar
Lifesciences said,"We are looking
at about close to Rs 1,300 plus
crore topline for the next year."
  The company is planning to
scale up its formulations business
close to about Rs 250 crore in
future. It is likely to secure orders
worth Rs 100 crore.   Below
is the verbatim transcript of Dua's
interview with Re
Sensex remains vulnerable due to
oil pressures: Enam
01-03-2011
Here are experts equity calls
for the day on how the markets are
expected to trade: Nandan
Chakraborty, Enam: Given the
current adverse backdrop in
liquidity and commodity prices, the
Budget has done what was in its
control, to alleviate pressures on
interest rates & rupee. It has
implicitly committed to most of its
reform agenda. The Sensex
remains vulnerable in the near-
term du
Union Budget FY2011-12:
Fundsupermart.com India
28-02-2011
Reaction on Union Budget FY2011-
12, Renu Pothen, Research
Manager, Fundsupermart.com
India. å…¸he Union Budget FY2011-
12 has bought some cheer to the
markets in spite of the fact that the
same was presented in the
backdrop of negative macro-
economic factors. The
governmentç—´ measures to curb
inflationary pressures and fiscal
consolidation are a step in the right
direction. The huge emphasis given
Union Budget 2011-2012: FM's take
on key issues
28-02-2011
Union Budget 2011-12 comes
against the backdrop of high
inflation, tight liquidity, high
interest rate, industrial slowdown,
delayed reforms and negative
market sentiment. Combating all
this, Finance Minister Pranab
Mukherjee has something for
everyone. Have a look at what the
Finance Minister has to say this
minute: Current a/c gap a concern
due to composition of FX flows
Investment in fertilis
Budget 2011: Partial relief for
cement sector
28-02-2011
Cement industry currently faces
multiple challenges both internal
and external. On one hand,
demand is moderating especially in
the North region and muted to
negative growth in Southern
region, industry is also facing
higher input and fuel costs. The
situation was also aggravated due
to hike in diesel prices, making
transport cost (freight) dearer.
With low demand in over supply
regime, industry
Budget 2011: A dampener for
capital goods sector
28-02-2011
The capital goods industry has
witnessed a dramatic slowdown in
recent times due to the inability of
the local manufacturers to meet
the growing demand, while their
Chinese counterparts sell
equipment which is relatively
inexpensive and readily available.
Chinese equipment makers, much
like other exporters from China,
also benefit from the low interest
rates and an undervalued currency
to boost e
Budget 2011: Cos Bill to be
presented in Parliament
28-02-2011
The Companies Bill 2009, which
seeks to replace a half-a-century-
old Act, will be presented in
Parliament in the ongoing Budget
session, Finance Minister Pranab
Mukherjee today said. The new
Companies Bill, which was tabled in
the backdrop of the Rs 14,000
crore Satyam fraud, promises
greater shareholder democracy
and stricter corporate governance
norms. "The Companies Bill
introduced in Parl
FM announces Budget 2011-2012
28-02-2011
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee
is clearly the man of the moment
as he presents the Union
Budget 2011-12 in Parliament. The
budget comes against the
backdrop of high inflation, tight
liquidity, high interest rate,
industrial slowdown, delayed
reforms and negative market
sentiment. To watch Pranab
Mukherjee presenting the Union
Budget 2011-12 live, click here.
Union Budget 2011: FM speaks on
fiscal consolidation
28-02-2011
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee
is clearly the man of the moment
as he presents the Union
Budget 2011-12 in Parliament. The
budget comes against the
backdrop of high inflation, tight
liquidity, high interest rate,
industrial slowdown, delayed
reforms and negative market
sentiment. Finance Minister Pranab
Mukherjee said,埜e are reaching
the end of reamarkable fiscal year
in a globalised
Union Budget 2011-2012: Key
updates
28-02-2011
Finance Minister Pranab Mukherjee
is presenting the Union Budget for
the financial year 2011-12, against
the backdrop of high inflation, tight
liquidity, high interest rate,
industrial slowdown, delayed
reforms and negative market
sentiment. Here are the latest
updates: MF can accept
subscription foreign investors who
meet KYC norms Discussions
underway to relax FDI policy To
introduce Public D
Global cues to take precedence
post-budget: Raamdeo Agrawal
28-02-2011
The market has been a tad
subdued over the past few days.
Despite this, Raamdeo Agrawal
director and co-founder of Motilal
Oswal Financial Services feels
earning expectations are not
cracked. He believes global events
would take precedence from
tomorrow as open-ended promises
have less belief now. Below is a
verbatim transcript of his exclusive
interview with CNBC-TV18's
Udayan Mukherjee and Mital
Cement sector: What are the key
challenges?
26-02-2011
Cement industry currently faces
multiple challenges both internal
and external. On one hand,
demand is moderating especially in
the North region and muted to
negative growth in Southern
region, industry is also facing
higher input and fuel costs. The
situation was also aggravated due
to hike in diesel prices, making
transport cost (freight) dearer.
With low demand in over supply
regime, industry
Eco Survey: Aviation industry saw
strong recovery in 2010
26-02-2011
The civil aviation industry, which
was hit hard by the global financial
meltdown and high fuel cost, saw a
strong recovery in 2010 with the
domestic passenger traffic rising
19% to 515.3 crore, the Economic
Survey said today. In 2009, the
traffic was 433 crore. "The civil
aviation sector in India has
resumed a higher trajectory of
growth after emerging from
adverse impact of global financial
The strategies to lure portable
customers
26-02-2011
As of February 23rd, 3.15 million
subscribers have opted to swap
their service provider. Though
that's less than half a per cent of
India's 750 million subscribers,
telecom companies are taking no
chances. Besides aggressive
advertising - ad budgets across
board are up by about 20%, new
players like Uninor and Videocon
are slashing tariffs even further.
CNBC-TV18's special show
Storyboard analyse
Budget 2011-12: The aam aadmi
wishlist
25-02-2011
Onion prices and the
Commonwealth Games scam have
already moved from the front
page. Beyond  an
update on the 2G scam, what the
masses now look forward to, is
probably 'Budget 2011'. The
individuals are apprehensive as to
whether the Finance Minister (FM)
will come up with ideas to curb
inflation or would they have to
continue being victims of inflation.
During the year,
Inflation will not drop significantly
in India: RBS
24-02-2011
Emil Wolter, Head of Regional
Asian Equity Strategist at RBS told
CNBC-TV18 that the fiscal deficit in
India has become very challenging.
He sees fiscal deficit touching 7% if
crude continues to remain at
elevated levels. While he sees the
Indian markets underperforming,
he finds that Indian markets have
the potential to rise 30% from
current levels in the next 18
months. On Indiaç—´ inflation woe
View on Budget 2011: ING
Investment Management India
24-02-2011
View on Budget 2011, by
Ramanathan K, Investment Officer
Single Manager Investments of ING
Investment Management India.
General expectation from the
budget? We expect the budget to
be a tight rope balance on the
fiscal deficit side. As per the fiscal
deficit reduction roadmap the
deficit is to be cut to 4.8% of GDP.
Higher claims on subsidies (food,
fertilizer and oil), pressures to
increase soci